That's right...you don't have access to the data, so you're just theorizing a conspiracy. There are no ABP sanctions for the U.S. runners, as well as runners from the UK, France, Germany, Japan, Canada, Australia, the Scandinavian countries, and even Mexico. Additionally, there also aren't any sanctions for runners from Kenya or Ethiopia. However, they're not part of the ABP program currently (due to no WADA-accredited Labs in the region to conduct the blood tests), so all bets are off for them (btw, they're the ones winning most of the medals/titles at major competitions).
So, your position is that WADA would ignore ABP irregularities from athletes from the U.S., UK, France, Germany, Japan, etc, and only recognize irregularities and sanction athletes from Russia (36), Morocco (10), Turkey (9), Ukraine (7), Spain (2), Portugal (2), Saudi Arabia (2) and few other countries? And why would WADA sanction a big fish & National hero like Marta Dominguez of Spain (multiple European & World Champion) and ignore anomalies with top icons from the U.S. & other countries? Makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. You're also wrong on the majority of the Russian ABP sanctions occuring after the scandal surfaced - well over 50% of them occurred before. And maybe some of the runners from the countries that have no sanctions are microdosing within the parameters of their ABP, or then again perhaps most are competing clean. I don't know and you certainly don't either. But what's evident is that many of the Russians were tripping their passports with full throttle 02-vector doping. For example, in the Shobukhova case WADA stated this:
"The ABP expert panel concluded that the athlete’s abnormal profile was likely the result
of the use of a prohibited substance or method, specifically blood manipulation with
“massive use of erythropoietin” associated with an autologous blood transfusion
strategy. One expert considered that two of the athlete’s hemoglobin values obtained in
October 2009 and October 2011, in strict correlation with the Chicago Marathon, which
Ms. Shobukhova won both years on 11 October 2009 and 09 October 2011, respectively,
were so high that they should be considered a medical emergency."
A "medical emergency?!" (i.e., polythecymia)...Unbelievable.
Facts are facts - and there are no ABP sanctions on runners from the U.S. and the aforementioned other countries. If your conspiracy platform is that WADA's ignoring irregularities with these country's athletes, then you're casting aspersions on WADA without any proof.