The US Anti Doping Agency says it is going to move ahead with its Lance Armstrong investigation.
USADA says it will continue even though it has learned through the media, Armstrong has no plans to cooperate.
The agency says it has given the disgraced cyclist ample opportunity to assist and provide honest information.
Armstrong's attorney says he will not participate in what he calls USADA's efforts to selectively conduct prosecutions that only demonize selected individuals.
USADA says it wants to fulfill its promise to clean athletes and protect their right to compete on a drug free playing field.
Last month, Armstrong admitted he used performance enhancing drugs during his cycling career.
USADA stripped Armstrong of his seven Tour de France titles.