Did you happen to notice Christian Hesch post on here or Kevin Hadsell. Ironically, I had not even heard of Hadsell as I don't get on LR that much anymore either. But it does go to show you that runners have a short memory, especially for those who own up to their mistakes and make amends.
I have yet to hear anything reasonable about what can/should be done. Should we not publish cheaters? What if simply the publishing of cheaters pushes some people too far? We need to simply let people behave poorly? I think it is reasonable to say withhold publication until some reasonable state of equipoise is reached where the facts on both sides are there and discussion should be had.
In fact, the initial thread didn't start out of speculation on cheating, but as testament to a great run. It was only after further scrutiny that people called it into question and then found credible evidence of cheating. Should we not send out any congratulations for fear of what it might lead to if the performance turns out to be fraudulent? Feel free to respond, but you might not be happy with how people might view your response. I am fairly certain most people fall into the camp that Dr. Meza is the sole one responsible for this and for the reasons that have been put forth on this entire thread (not simply mob mentality).
I will simply read this and other posts on this topic from now on. Everything has basically been said. I think after some time it might be good to do a thorough summary of what happened to make sure to capture what exactly went on from all fronts. And if LR is so inclined, it might be a good idea to make a public formal statement about their thoughts on this matter specifically or generally and if any future changes will or should be made in their opinion based on what has transpired.