Let's get a few things straight, LRC mob:
1) The focus of this thread is on Frank Meza cheating (and his methods) and his self promotion of using these falsified performances. It is especially important because he is claiming and promoting a world class marathon performance.
2) Nobody should be leaving negative reviews on his businesses/etc. That completely oversteps the line. The focus is on him cheating at marathons, not medical malpractice.
3) Derek's articles are journalistic pieces focusing on the facts of Frank Meza's marathon performances. They aren't slanderous and don't promote the above activity under point 2 of negative reviews.
4) If you struggle with keeping the above perspectives, take a deep breath and walk away because at the end of the day this is about holding Meza accountable around claiming world class marathon performances. Leaving negative reviews on businesses is wrong. Dragging his family into it is wrong, unless you have some proof of them being accomplices (I haven't seen any presented). The logical gymnastics being performed to try to claim them banditing marathons (if that is even true) is completely irrelevant and minor compared to the focus of this thread. In fact, banditing used to be part of the culture of large city marathons.
To summarize, I would say keep the focus on Frank's performances and accountability around them, not online reviews of his business or practice which are a huge overstep. Otherwise you be crazy.