I'm only halfway through it. I got to admit the fact that she refused to wear the carbon shoes really makes me believe she is much m ore likely to be guilty than if she did wear them.
It logically makes zero sense that you'd dope with drugs but not wear the shoes. Unless it's a super elaborate humble-brag type of coverrup. Yes I know this type of stories shouldn't impact the evidence but I'm just telling you my thoughts.
Why in the hell if you are looking to cut corners wouldn't you wear the Carbon Plates?
Again, I'm only halfway through it but it looks like she had a former lab employee testify on her behalf.
Do you mean less likely? I don't know how anyone reads this report and thinks she is not guilty, unless you believe her samples were tampered with (which she doesn't even suggest). Honestly, her defense was pretty weak (it could have been the pork offal!) and they didn't contest the actual findings of the lab, just what the result for her should be.
Rojo's comment. I meant much less likely.