No problem responding to that.
The amount of income, prize money, is totally irrelevant.
It is NOT for me to prove. If I were representing the RD's and/or those runners who were alledgedly cheated out of a expected/declared monetary amount(in writing) for their finishing place, I would call it a field day.
My excuse for not showing up on video would be what?
If there is any evidence of cheating and not showing up at certain points along the course, there will then be reasonable doubt and the burden of proof now lays on his shoulders.
If someone was unjustfully cheated out of money that was rightfully theirs (earned by and followed by the rules) they will receive it.
It is the RD's discretion, they set the rules and he signed the entry form (always read the fine print) as did the other runners.
Any race that involved prize money that he won is now in play. Simply put, it's called credibility friend.
If you were disqualified from the number of races that I've read he has been, how much credibility would you have.
I can't make it any clearer, but respectfully that's the best I can do.