Here we go again wrote:
casual obsever wrote:
The meat from the food truck she frequently ate at was tested and found to have Zeranol
Is this true? First time I hear it.
USADA didn't say that in their public statement:
"USADA gathered evidence from Wilson, which included reviewing her dietary habits and food purchase receipts.
USADA further relied on reports from multiple independent experts on zeranol in the food supply and environment, including the use of zeranol as a legal growth promotant in beef cattle in the U.S"
a) Wilson ate beef.
b) Beef may contain zeronal, according to experts.
That's much weaker evidence than what you claimed. In fact, USADA should have tested that beef from that food truck (?) instead of just thinking that it might have contained zeranol. One wonders why they chose not to do that.
Food truck, really? Google says:
No results found for ajee wilson "food truck" zeranol.
She tested positive at the Millrose Games, true dopers are usually not caught at meets.
"Plain and simple", trackroach seems to be a fanboi apologist, and nothing more.
I am simply being reasonable, the facts don't suggest Wilson is a doper and the people who know her and/or the facts don't think she is a doper. Besides a few people from the LRC, I don't know of anyone who actually thinks Wilson is a doper. I suspect a zero tolerance staunch anti-doping approach is a knee-jerk reaction to assume there is a fire behind every little bit of smoke. There are certainly athletes who dope and never get caught; athletes who get caught and make outrageous excuses; athletes inadvertently dope...all of the above are true.
You don't know anyone that thinks she is a doper? How about all agents pissed off at the USATF champs last year. I guess you're unaware of the meeting that went down. Lots of people know and think she is dirty. Athletes included!
By the way, she still won't name the "restaurant" she got the tainted meet from. I wonder why? hmmmmmmmm