The man who produced the tv program on the Nike Oregon Project for the BBC has recently put a lengthy piece out on the BBC website where goes through the allegations and Salazar's response much like David Epstein did a few weeks ago, but in much more detail.
It's provides an excellent recap of everything and asks, "What questions remain?"
It's a must read for anyone interested in the Nike Oregon Project doping investigation.
PS. It kind of implies that Alberto Salazar's son, Alex, could face a doping ban which is kind of ironic. What if when all is said and done the only person reprimanded was Salazar's son, Alex, a support person?
Wada rule 2.6.2 stipulates that possession by an "athlete support person" of any prohibited substance or prohibited method is banned without a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) or other acceptable justification.