Frank had a good run. Not literally, of course, but getting away with his cheating for years before it all blew up and Inside Edition rang his doorbell.
It's clear that a lot of work went into meticulously lowering his times little by little each year, and ensuring he had believable split times for the most part. The bicycle, the change of clothes, etc, it shows a man dedicated to his craft.
Compared to the usual idiots who go out at 10 minute pace, speed up to 4:50 pace for the middle 12 miles which just happen to include an out and back section and then revert back to 10 minute pace for the big finish... Frank gave us a cheater worth catching.
Look at stupid Mike Rossi. He cheated at a race with zero on course timing mats, and still managed to f*ck it up but finishing 20 minutes faster than he needed to for his precious BQ, thus eclipsing his documented 10K PR pace for the marathon. Rossi didn't even bother to cheat at shorter distances in his build up. Amateur.
So, Frank, honestly I thank you.