I certainly hope a story or article on this issue does get published. I think Michigan Runner Magazine should put this on the cover, with the headline "How to catch a cheater". There are so many instances of his malfeasance that the author would likely struggle to keep it within the word count parameters!
As for any publication fearing a lawsuit by Kip for defamation, libel, etc., I suspect those odds are slim to none. First, truth is an absolute defense to defamation / libel claims, and it would appear there is no question he fabricated races, and was disqualified from certain events. Publishing the fact that he was disqualified is not defamation - you're simply reporting a decision made by a race director. Second, and most importantly, Kip would have to come forward with proof that what was written was untrue. He would have to explain - with credibility and specificity - that he did indeed run the full course, why he was entered under false names, changed his clothes, is absent from pictures, etc. The detectives on this board did such a great job uncovering his fraud that it would be almost comical to watch Kip try and support his claim that he was defamed.
And just because his wife is an attorney doesn't mean he's got a free ticket to sue. I'm guessing he's kept this entire thing from his spouse entirely under wraps. If he wants to make a case out of it, he's going to have to let his wife know about all of this, and if she has an ounce of common sense, she'll see that he's not only been scamming the running community, but her as well.
My advice: write that story and hit the print key!