Took me a while wrote:
Look, I am asking for definitive proof. Absence of positive evidence does not definitively prove cheating.
Sir, as a seasoned defense attorney, and much as it pains me to concede this point, the evidence presented thus far would in a court of law in the State of California meet not only the proponent's burden of production of evidence but also the "more likely than not" burden of proof applicable in a civil action. Moreover, any attempt by Meza and/or his co-conspirator(s) to assert claims against any individual who expresses an opinion that Meza has engaged in long-term, deliberate, and systematic cheating in multiple marathon events in flagrant violation of those events' express terms and conditions and rules of fair play would be frivolous and would immediately draw an anti-SLAPP motion which, when granted, would require a Meza to pay the proponent's attorney fees and costs. Sir, you may wish to caution Meza against such a course of action.