American swimmers who claimed being robbed in Rio are in trouble now

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Contradictions in the testimonies given by the supposed victims have been identified. The swimmers said they departed France House at about 4 a.m., while a surveillance video showed they checked back in to the athletes village at 6:56 a.m., the judge wrote. The judge  even observed and retained that they did not appear to be physically or psychologically shaken by the alleged crime, at their arrival in the Olympic Village. In other words, investigators want to determine whether they are guilty of filing a false police report, which can lead to six months detention or a fine. Feigen is still in Rio but Lochte is back home in America.. The police have not found evidence to support the swimmers’ account of the incident because the swimmers were unable to provide key details in police interviews.

UPDATE:
Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz were removed from their flight to the United States by Brazilian authorities

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