I really get the feeling there is a kind of linch mob mentality here. I am not seeing the kind of evidence that really puts a hole in your gut and says these guys were doping. It seems more like a coach doing everything in his power to ride the edge or the line something that is very common at the elite level. A S is, in my opinion, very typical in that respect and perhaps did cross the line however I need real proof of something to go along with the mob. All of these things come down to morals and opinion and that is not law. I think the people speaking against him have bones to pick which makes them suspect especially Magness who I just don’t trust. Once there is a smoking gun I can follow behind I would say yes but I spend hours reading about this case and have nothing that really puts the nail in the coffin. I know there are drugs all over our sport at this level but there may always be.,.,look at the Chinese and Ma Duren in the 80’s and 90’s and the records are still in the books. I think an investigation may have been warranted and A S does exibit some behaviors that are cause for concern however I can argue that the other side wants to see justice for their own ends to justify failures they have made. I just hope that things work out for the truth. Salazar has been great for American and World class distance running in general and his presence will be missed. He was after all a great coach and rode the line of insanity and the bizarre that many of the greats do from there own drive for success. Nevertheless he should be proven guilty in a proper way and same with his athletes. The mob of justice has been wrong many times over, Nazi Germany being the best example. My point here is the truth is the end all and an open mind not to draw conclusions for personal reasons or biases.