People are 'jumping the gun' again. Dominguez is not guilty of doping in this case, but possibly guilty of facilitating doping, to some athletes. So it is 'guilt by association' but as far as we know, she took nothing illicit herself, and is clean.
With regard to Bezabeh, there is no proof, yet, that he doped, but it looks like he may have been coerced into saying that he possibly consumed something illicit. You have to remember that Bezabeh came from an impoverished background in Ethiopia, and is only semi literate, if that, and does not know his rights. He may have been coerced. It looks like he is a convenient scapegoat. Easy target.
Reyes Estevez, he has been around so long and tested zillions of times. Why would he dope, now, at the end of his career, when he is well past his best. He ran for years, at high level, and always passed with flying colors.
Those athletes will probably be vindicated. Let us not jump to conclusions.
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What part of systemic don't you understand. I have heard from one of the main players in this saga himself how the process would work. We are talking about not just the few doctors mentioned, but possibly dozens that were used to monitor the athletes on all their various cycles. There were even higher members of the Spanish Federation present on these "training camps in the mountains" where the main concern was never about getting caught, but athlete health & safety, ergo so many doctors. In Europe when they say "doping control" they mean DOPING CONTROL!