http://www.sfgate.com/ndnvideos/?nd...=45981&sitesection=mysastory_top&vid=31285803 This link was titled, Proof Ryan Lochte lied about being robbed. I'm putting this on the politics page since suddenly the "robbery" story from the Olympics has turned in to a"white man privledge" or "What about the people who complained about Gabby Douglas's frowny face" story. What am I missing here? At best, isn't the truth of this robbery at least somewhere in the middle? No, no one pulled up to their taxi and made the swimmers lay down on the street, but, a man does point a gun in to the taxi, the swimmers get out, at various points with their hands raised, and hand money over. Then, the swimmers are escorted to a dark alley, where they sit down, again, sometimes raising their hands, and seem to give more things over to a man/men? It seems to me a case of drunk swimmers, perhaps not understanding directions (if they indeed destroyed property) to pay for the damage, OR, some corrupt people taking advantage of US athletes, then trying to shame them in front of the world. I know the whole truth will never be fully known, but I am amazed at how quickly people have turned against these men, with little facts, and how quickly this has become a "what if these were black athletes" and "oh, here goes the white privilege". If I am in a South American country, and someone points a gun in my face, and doesn't let me go, I call that robbery. And, in order to keep my self out of a prison not on US soil, you better believe I would say whatever got me home.