"The majority contradicted itself and presented outright lies as their justification for conviction"
Even though Floyd Landis is appealing to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Oscar Pereiro was given the yellow jersey for the 2006 Tour de France. There is the possibility that early next near Landis could win his appeal and be declared the 2006 TdF winner. Again. None of this is fair to Pereiro or Landis, but in their zeal to brand all accused as guilty, WAGA, UCI, and USADA (probably a few more acronyms I forgot) have continuously trampled over their own procedures and the rights of the riders.
As I've been saying for over a year, none of the Landis case has ever made any sense. The system is broken and the keepers of the system are more corrupt than the athletes they're pursuing:
“The decisive part of the Landis arbitration was the reliability of the IRMS tests. In the critical seven paragraphs of the award, the majority contradicted itself and presented outright lies as their justification for conviction. In saying the arguments of the Landis experts were "unsound and without any reasonable scientific basis", they have shown the dishonesty and duplicity that the WADA/CAS community will go to to protect their own interests to convict an athlete.
Read the rest of Seven Paragraphs at Trust But Verify for the full breakdown.