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Former Olympian Shelby Houlihan's lawyer believes that she has been wronged. 

On Monday news broke that Houlihan, a Sioux City East High School graduate, had been suspended from competition for four years due to a positive test for the banned substance Nandrolone, an anabolic steroid that is sometimes found in pork. Houlihan blames the positive test result on a burrito that she consumed roughly 10 hours before giving a urine sample.

"First of all, the objective evidence supports her," Paul Greene of Global Sports Advocates said. "All of the urinary markers prove that this is what happened, and the rules weren’t followed. The rules are what they are."

With her suspension, Houlihan will not be going to the Olympics this year, and possibly not even in 2024.

Greene strongly believes in Houlihan's innocence.