Now Goodman has fired back with a new document filed to the Attorney General’s office dated from April 11, with a response in regards to Diaz’s alleged falsification of the pre-fight questionnaire.
Goodman states that the “complaint does not allege any facts support that Diaz violated a rule.”
The document goes on to state that the “after the fact allegations impugning Diaz’s character serve to distract from the core issue that Nevada does not prohibit inactive marijuana metabolites.”
The statement once again points out, as in the original complaint, that marijuana metabolites are not a prohibited substance under the rules adapted by the Nevada State Athletic Commission from WADA (World Anti-Doping Agency).
The second part of the document filed on Wednesday answers the charge from the Attorney General’s office that Diaz lied on his original fight application filled out prior to his bout with Carlos Condit in February.
The document states “Diaz met the required standard, reasonable interpretation of commonly understood phrases to the best of his knowledge.” This is in reference to Diaz not disclosing any usage of medicinal marijuana on his pre-fight medical questionnaire.
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