low expectations wrote:
Her illogical statements talk only about close associations.
Clearly you're not a professional thinker either. That's okay. No doubt a lack of nuance makes life nice and simple.
There's nothing illogical in her statements. She's never been closely associated with Brown's falsifying of documents. You can play six degrees of separation to try to implicate any athlete to obfuscate from the inappropriate actions of NOP, but you aren't able to point out any real hypocrisy. People see through the BS of trying to blame other athletes of being skeptical of those coached by Salazar.
I did point out the hypocrisy. She's playing 6 degrees of separation to say that people should point the finger at all NOP athletes. I can play 6 degrees of separation to say that people should point the finger at her.
Feel free to point out where the Panel decision found any doping violations for NOP athletes (Magness doesn't count). Then again, if your reading ability is as solid as your grounding in logic, it may take a while for you to read it. I'll save you the trouble. Nada.
Her point was not six degrees of separation. It's one - the athletes' coach. She thinks it is reasonable to be suspicious of anyone who chose to run for a coach under investigation that has now received a 4 year ban for violating anti-doping regulations. This is not the same as her being coached by Wetmore who "sent athletes to Dr. Brown", whatever that means. Hypocrisy requires comparable examples, which these are not. And yet you are accusing others of a lack of nuance - ha!
Salazar was found to have violated trafficking, tampering, and administration - all doping violations. Maybe you can get an audiobook version of the report findings.