Originally Posted by NJReds
I agree with Sea Ray here. Why are they wasting time and money on testing someone 500 times if it's completely discounted because 10 people said "I think I saw him do it."
Whether it's Lance Armstrong or anyone else, I don't understand the point/role of the testing process if it can be completely ignored.
I don't think it's ignored. It's supplemented because there is verifiable evidence that the test could have been cheated.
No test is taken as an absolute standard, especially if there's evidence someone cheated the test.
And again, Armstrong was (in theory) presumed innocent and was free to challenge the evidence given by those who accused im. He is choosing not to challenge the assertions and because he's not challenging the evidence provided against him, he's found guilty.