Some more facts:
1) The 4 kinds of EPO was reportedly found in other rooms, not Aden's.
2) One of the Spanish newspaper reports said that the disposed syringes did not contain EPO, or other doping substances. This would support claims of vitamin injections (something Torrence -- and Driouch? -- also told us) and does not support claims of EPO.
3) There are two separate areas of concern, Spanish Law, and WADA's rules. Spain can investigate him, arrest him and find him guilty of harming athletes, with substances and methods which are NOT banned by the IAAF or WADA. WADA can find athletes guilty of doping, and Spain will not prosecute the athletes.
4) Tips, surveillance, arrests, trials, can end up one of two ways: guilty or innocent, depending on the strength of the evidence. At this point, the evidence linking Aden to the EPO doesn't look strong.
Looks like we still need more FACTS to stop the spin.
trash fish wrote:
I refuse to let someone spin this any other way. a yarn being spun that aden is some type of victim to "jealous" people or "terrorists" is comedic at best. the above are FACTS.