Again with this? A rod and Clemens did not have answers for everything. Lance had much of the cycling culture hiding doping. And usually reporting begets reporting. The story builds as it did with Lance.
Epstein / BBC presented a report. Salazar addressed it. Maybe the rebuttal was not perfect or even great (too personal) but things presented by BBC were called into question and given context. It seems that much of what Salazar said has not been rebutted by further reporting or responses. There may be more to come.
Now we have further vague statements that the guys are cheats but no substance. That does not advance the story.
Maybe there will be a report one day. One way or the other,It would be nice to get the whole picture rather than have this out there forever.
Whether it was the right time for Kara to talk about this or not, we all know one thing for sure.
Whenever there is so much suspicious evidence and people testifying, the chances are that it is true. Look at Lance Armstrong, Clemens, A-Rod, etc etc.
Those guys denied it strongly for years and had an explanation for everything just like Salazar does. But multiple people don't start accusing you like that for no reason. You don't mail unmarked pills in hollowed out books if they are legit. It is what it is.