Make no mistake. I think the guy is a cheater and has cheated for years and years. There’s never been an issue of the jury still being out for me. I’m just assessing where the line is on what the punishment should be.
I think we are probably closer in agreement than you might think. I don't think his punishment for being a duplicitous cheater for a decade or more in running races should necessarily extend to his professional life of doctoring. However, I do believe when one has shown a propensity to such behavior in one area, it might and likely does extend to other areas of ones life.
No, I have not reached out to his employer or to the medical board. If he comes clean, I never will and can let it go. If he gets excoriated by some major national, or at a minimum a large local source like LA Times, than sure, his employer and members of medical board will likely be aware. But if this starts to die down, go away with not a peep of an admission or regret from Frank or public awareness due to major media coverage, than I might file an official complaint.