I understand what that means. It means Mosquera was hiding EPO with that masking agent, just like his teammate Da Pena who, unlike Mosquera, tested positive for EPO.
What I was saying is that the Spanish federation is not consistent in their decisions (like most of them anyway) and that Mosquera tested positive for a substance that doesn't necessarily carry a full suspension. In fact, Oscar Sevilla tested positive for the same substance and was banned for... 6 months!
Now off you go into my ignore list again, Miss conspiracy theorist
Using a masking agent for blood doping should of course be treated as blood doping.
Mosquera fully deserved a 2-year ban, regardless of Sevilla's sentence. Two wrongs don't make a right!
What you call "conspiracy theories" are documented facts, corroborating witness testimonies and information from mainstream sources and highly credible sources (FBI reports, NYPD reports, 1500 architects & engineers, former CIA/FBI agents/officers/directors, world authorities on anthrax, DoD reports, the Project for the New American Century, the Office for Special Plans, pulitzer-prize winning journalists, the MSM, etc).