Ullrich agreement to be announced Monday?

Bonn, Germany, prosecutor Fred Apostel is preparing to announce an end to the investigation of Jan Ullrich this week, allegedly as early as Monday morning. German media reports speculate that he will announce a settlement involving a payment by Ullrich of anywhere from 300,000 to one million euros. It has also been announced that medications were taken into custody during the September 2006 search of Ullrich's house in Switzerland.

During that search, "not only electronic data and documents were taken, but also medications", Swiss public attorney Hans-Rüdi Graf told the Süddeutsche Zeitung. The newspaper addded that insiders said that the Germans who conducted the search would "surely not {have confiscated} aspirin", but that it was rather something "of significance".

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