fangio wrote:You really are being ridiculous, the football ones were in a country with a massive problem with clenbuterol in cattle, where literally hundreds of people failed.
I see that you say that you are not saying that anyone who claims they ate contaminted meat shoudl eb let off. Well from all of your posts implying Preistly shoudl be let off that is exactly what you are suggesting. Preistly has provided not one bit of evidence that he ate contaminated meat, not a shred of it, in a country with no record fo a problem. Apart from blame the meat what exactly has he done to evidence it?
If you are not saying that people shodl be let off for just suggesting it was the meat then I look forward to you saying Preistly should remain banned.
Please make clear were I have implied Priestly should be let of.
Please tell me how many innocent can be justifiable convicted on the alter of strict liability.
Why has WADA done a u turn on being responsible for what you eat and note they have never accepted contamination in other areas ?