IOC will Lochte be no extra penalties for fabricated robbery in Rio
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The international olympic committee (IOC) will Ryan Lochte no further penalties for his role in the fabricated robbery in Rio de Janeiro.
The 32-year-old swimmer came up together with three other members of the American team that he was in a taxi being robbed by armed individuals posing as agents.
Lochte was on it for ten months, suspended by the Us swimming federation and the world cup of 2017 to pass. According to the IOC is that “adequate” and is an extra punishment is not necessary.
Also the four-month suspension that the three other swimmers imposed, is acceptable according to the global news headline. Both Lochte, Jimmy Feigen, Gunnar Bentz, as Jack Conger may not with the olympic team on a visit to the American president Barack Obama.
Video: U.s. swimmers captured on security camera
From camera images showed that the quartet vandalism had been done at a Brazilian gas station. After some urging, decided the swimmers to compensate for the damage and the loss of the money to declare, made it armed robbery.
Lochte, six-time olympic champion, lost by the incident already has several sponsors.
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