You glossed over the fact that the athletes flew across the county to see an unethical doctor who would eventually be banned, manipulated their physical condition to obtain a certain result on a medical test, and received coaching from Salazar about what to say in order to receive chemically produced hormones in order to use them as a performance enhancing drug.
The negative publicity, eventually leading to a ban, on Salazar and his runners all began with his unethical use of thyroid hormone. You may not see it as unethical. However, Runners World, the New York Times, and the BBC and pretty much the entire running community, including the owners of this website view injections of chemically created hormones to artificially induce higher testosterone, lose weight and recover from workouts as being unethical and a form of cheating.
If you don’t see it as being unethical, you are entitled to your opinion. However, it would appear the general consensus, as noted by many media outlets, that it was highly unethical behavior.
You can keep posting to the contrary and bumping this to top, further shaming Solinsky and his use of thyroid hormone as a PED if you like.
Perhaps the owners of this website, since they posted the initial thread about Solinsky using thyroid hormone would reach out to Solinsky for comment.