The article went over a threat by a contractor who worked on the 400-way. Basically the author of the article claimed that the contractor wanted more money from BJ, and was threatening to release video showing 400-way participants doing drugs.
If I can find a copy of the editorial in machine-readable form I'll try to copy it here. If anyone wants to discuss it further I would recommend PM's or email due to the sensitive nature of the issue (i.e. possible legal action.)
Finally received my issue! What an §$"%%&"$! Even if he has open issues concerning money he should get - haw does this justify illegally videotaping folks who are not involved in the case. And even worse linking these two things together.
If he has a problem with drugs in the sport - O.K. - address it to USPA or whoever might be the right institution.
If he has a problem with business partners - O.K. - address it with him.
Putting the two things together is weak performance - to say it kind of nice.