After a two-year doping investigation that triggered plenty speculation and gossip, fed prosecutors in Los Angeles decided to end their probe into Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong without filing charges, the Los Angeles Times reported. 
The media relentlessly reported on the probe and the folks who appeared before the grand jury.
But on Friday, the U.S. Attorney’s office announced it was over.
The LA Times reported that U.S. Atty. Andre Birotte Jr. praised the work of investigators, but fell short of explaining why the probe ended in a whimper.
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