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"Extensive information": Hauke ​​and Baldauf in general



Seefeld – After yesterday's arrests during doping raids in Seefeld, both Austrian cross country skiers Max Hauke ​​and Dominik Baldauf and a Kazakhstan World Cup participant were launched this Thursday afternoon. The announcement was made by the office of Innsbruck.

"Athletes have their own blood doping and extensive information. Because, according to the current state of research, it can not be assumed that suspect athletes would be in great arrests, there are no grounds for preventive detention," according to a press release . Therefore, its launching had been ordered.

Suspicion of sports fraud

Against the athletes there is suspicion of sports fraud. Thus, they were suspicious, "despite the obligations and declarations contrary to the organizers, associations and sponsors that used a prohibited doping method and thus illegally won support or / or prize money or attempts to obtain," said the prosecutor.

However, the two Estonian athletes are still in prison. Your interrogations are still underway. In addition, both detainees in Seefeld accomplices of German sports medicine, against the Munich public prosecutor because of the suspicion of commercial doping and pandas, have been detected, which are still in custody.

The prosecution in Innsbruck will agree on Friday morning if, for the purposes of extradition to Germany, the transfer should be requested and transferred to the Innsbruck Prison.

Doctor "fully collaborates"

According to his lawyer, Dr. Mark S., who is in custody in Germany, collaborates with the investigating authorities. "The prison order against our client is executed. He is sent to the Munich-Stadelheim Prison and is fully collaborating with the investigating authorities. He is well in the situation," he cited portrait Attorney Andreas Kreysa.

Earlier, a magistrate in Erfurt decided not to raise the order against the doctor of Thuringia, but "to confirm the period of detention," as a spokesman for the prosecutor informed Munich. (TT.com)


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