I read the dissenting opinion of the one guy out of three who voted not strip Landis. Pretty strong arguments this guy makes about the shoddy and unprofessional tactics of the testing lab. Its worth a read. If you go to velonews and click on the articles , the have a link for the dissenting opinion. Whether he's guilty or not, I agree with the dissenter that you should not ruin an athletes name, his means of earning a living and strip them of their accomplishments unless there is absolute certainty. The testing methods were not done properly at all and there is proven evidence in the test results of fraud. Each test had 9 steps to them. The 9 steps are independent of each other and apply only for that test. The testing lab was taking the individual steps from the 3 tests and switching them from test to test to prove their results. For example they would take step 4 from test 1 and plug it into the results of test 2. A lot of very questionable goings on. You can't ruin an athletes reputation with crap like that. If hes guilty, catch him legally. The other two judges say there was enough evidence to judge him even though the unprofessional standards existed in the case.