The French media should not insinuate things unless they can substantiate that suspicion
Suspecting someone of wrongdoing does not justify witch-hunting them BEFORE evidence is presented
everything the French serious
media have said was always highly documented (contrary to what some Americans think about Armstrong case, and maybe now the Spaniards, because the French documents were not presented to them), although you should know that it's often hard to definitely "prove" that someone is a doper : I think that the media in the world often talk about suspicious facts in politics and many other topics, even when there's no definite judiciary evidence, remember Strauss-Kahn ? it's been talked about a lot in France and in the USA and in many other countries, he has not had any sentence, even not any trial, yet.
Saying the French have a 'revolutionary culture' or 'suspicious' nature is not an explanation for their behaviour
I didn't speak of the French media here, this sentence was about the "public opinion" which is clearly different in France from what it is in Spain and the USA
(and also in Switzerland