BBC`s Matt Slater blog, comments removal.

May 24, 2010
BBC moderation is a joke, I post as Betarider over there and have had more posts moderated out than actually appear, this story, the Ohurugu thing and Steve Cram the last olympics year, I was even warned with a permanant IP ban from the BBC. When I went back to the BBC to question it, I got the same story about the moderation that Matt Slater has put there today, yet the BBC shout about the Integrity of their online services .......yeah right!

What sort of evidence could cook Armstrong's goose? Unless something has changed with regard to the numerous tests which Armstrong has undergone, there's nothing there. They're clean. The only thing which springs to mind is something like a used, dirty syringe containing a prohibited substance which has Armstrong's DNA on it. See Roger Clemens. If something like that surfaces, he's in a world of trouble.

Aside from that, the only evidence would be eyewitness testimony and confessions of one or more individuals who have either supplied or injected Lance. However, that's not hard evidence, in my opinion. It's the sort of thing defense lawyers thrive on and can chew up. It becomes a "he said, she said" situation. If that's all it is, I think he'll come out of this intact.