I think Lance has already paid more in legal fees than he could lose in any civil or criminal case. I still think it would make more sense for him to come clean now, although the best moment to do that has clearly passed.
It will be interesting to see if UCI now tries to punish those riders that admitted to cheating in their affidavits and who are still active, on top of the six month bans they received from USADA, and where they go with the Kimmage case.
If this happened in T&F, and if the IAAF used my money (through UKA membership fees) to go after a journalist who helped uncover doping, I would protest. I am surprised there aren't more amateur cyclists so annoyed by the UCI's behaviour that they stage a rebellion.
As for the Livestrong fundraising, you have to ask yourself if some of the money raised by Livestrong and spent partly on Armstrong himself, would not have gone to other charities and spent on cancer research instead. I think the verdict is still out, but even if the net effect of Livestrong is positive, Armstrong's behaviour as a cyclist remains indefensible.