If it wasn't bad enough that Jama Aden's athletes are even allowed to compete in the Olympics, this is what the IAAF wrote about Dibaba in their event preview of the women's 1500m (https://www.iaaf.org/competitions/olympic-games/the-xxxi-olympic-games-5771/news/preview/women/1500-metres):
"The world champion has had something of a disrupted season. After breaking the world indoor mile record and winning the world indoor 3000m title at the start of the year, the Ethiopian delayed the start to her outdoor campaign due to a troublesome toe injury."
Something of a disrupted season? Is that what it's called when you have to go into hiding because the world found out your coach is a drug mule? When Aden was arrested the IAAF were so eager to claim credit, saying it was the result of a three year investigation by them. So now why are they trying to sweep it under the rug again?
Are you seriously telling me that some shady conduct by anti-doping officials is enough grounds to ban a whole nation, but when a coach is caught with a HUGE SUPPLY OF F*KING EPO it's not reasonable to indefinitely ban his training group while the investigation continues?