Look, I think Lance doped all through his career just like the rest of pro peleton. Pro cycling should be considered entertainment first and foremost, just like pro wrestling. But this USADA report is a bit of a joke.
Start with the very first paragraph that USPS had the "most sophisticated, professionalized, and successful doping program the sport has ever seen." That may or may not be true, but we certainly can't find evidence to support it in the body of the report, because that's not what USADA actually investigated. They didn't compare USPS' program to ONCE's or T-Mobile to get the kind of evidence to back up such an assertion. So why make such a hyperbolic statement right off the bat? This sort of sensationalism unfortunately carries right through the rest of the report.
Same with TT's trumping up of the "eyewitness" part of the evidence. When you actually look through the report there's precious little "eyewitnessing". Lots of "I heard this" or "someone told me that". Never is there an "I saw Lance use PEDs". No new scientific evidence. The same old 1999 testosterone test and (still unconfirmed) Tour de Suisse unreported positive still stand as the most compelling "hard" evidence. Just like they did before this report.
How much tax money did this just cost?