The governing body have been after him for years, and providing a virtual amnesty for other cyclists who may have doped in past tours, being allowed to get away with it without anyone finding out as long as they catch Armstrong just stinks of hipocrisy.
That wont happen.
There has never been a concrete positive test sample, only speculation.
Negative, old sport! Feel free to look at the evidence that's in the public domain before swallowing Armstrong's propaganda and regurgitating it on this forum.
Some of the blood they tested is now years old, the margin for error is substantial.
Correct (well, the first half, not the second). It was also tested years ago. What is your point?
I don't know what to think about his innocence or not.
He can't be bothered to spend his fortune fighting a case which is virtually settled the moment the hearing begins.
I think he hopes the evidence wont be made public now.
There will always be speculation.
In this case, we are dealing with direct witness testimony from at least 12 people and analytical data.
Regardless, it's a sad, sad day for cycling.
A proven (since many years ago) doper finally getting sanctioned and stripped of his titles is