So how is it with doctor-patient confidentiality? Is that something for Freeman & BC to hide behind? The records keeping he'll get done for, but the Testogel?
This is where it becomes murky - Theoretically if UKAD can prove that testogel was on the premises used by Freeman in his role as an athlete support person under the WADA code, then even if Freeman can prove it was for a staff member or even his own side business, he has broken the code - Parent/confidentiality should not come into play.
My pragmatic head says the possession of Freeman during competition has been proved already with the 5 months delay of returning the stuff. I can't believe there has ever been a point in calendar where none of Freeman's athletes weren't competing for 5 months. I'm sure Freeman says though he wasn't really possesing the stuff, he just forgot/lost them for 5 months and accidentally found again and immediately returned.
The conclusion of Sam is that it need to be proved it was in connection to Athlete, but actually the clause itself he quoted says in connection to Athlete OR competition OR training. Any one of those 3 will do. I would say the posession is in connection to training at least, in case the stuff was 5 months in the training center. Sure Freeman will though say he immediately transferred the juice to his home and forgot to closet for 5 months.