Sinkewitz: Police raid

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02.08.2007/ German Federal Police (BKA) raided Patrick Sinkewitz's house this morning. The German rider admitted to have taken testosoterone on Monday. 

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Patrick Sinkewitz: is being investigated by German Federal Police (picture: Cyclingheroes)

As reported Patrick Sinkewitz admitted to have taken a gel with testosterone on Monday and was immediatly fired by the T-Mobile team. But the German rider could face trouble from the German authorities as well.

German Federal Police (BKA searched the home of Sinkwitz in Künzell (Germany) this morning. The news about the police raid was confirmed by the BKA and Sinkewitz lawyer, Michael Lehner.

Lehner told German newsagency DPA: The raid is not a new quality, but rather ordered and carried out as a matter of routine in the investigation against mister Sinkewitz."

Lehner continued by saying: "Mister Sinkewitz has nothing to hide and will answer all questions that will be asked to him."

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