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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Andre Berto
Andre Berto's thick hands drum out a rhythm on the table, and his words accelerate slightly as he proclaims his innocence. Even after a failed doping test earlier this year, the former welterweight champion insists he has always been a clean fighter.
Berto has said his urine samples contained only minuscule evidence of nandrolone, an anabolic steroid that sometimes can be detected 18 months after its use, making it an exceptionally poor choice for any aspiring dopers.
On Tuesday, Berto said he and Conte "are still friends. He's a good guy. Everything he does is legit nowadays."