You didn't have a question about his old test data. You stated that if he was 5.7w/kg back in 2007 it would mean he'd have a 'big engine'.What I alluded to (actually what I said) was that as an injured rider it would be totally normal for him to give his bike to the uninjured rider (who, as we know was a sprinter, had a chance to win the stage as it was flat).
I never alluded to it meaning he was clean - as I have said, the picture is an irrelevance trooped out by Hog as an argument against my perfectly reasonable question about the old test data.
Which I replied that would mean at 70kg in 2007 he would have average watts of around 400w for a FTP test.
This would be impossible that he produced these type of numbers if the test was conducted properly.
What is most worrying is you still don't have a handle on how the value is generated and how weight plays a part in that figure.