US Swimmers’ Disputed Robbery Claim Fuels Tension in Brazil – New York Times

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US Swimmers’ Disputed Robbery Claim Fuels Tension in Brazil
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Ryan Lochte and three other American swimmers claimed they were held up at gunpoint while taking a late-night taxi at the Rio Games, but the police said they lied. We retraced their steps that night. By SHANE O’NEILL on Publish Date August 18, 2016.
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