Thanks for posting this. You're 100% spot on, and this is key. The reactions of Boogerd and Pereiro are as if they'd been attacked, and in some abstract way they have been. But certainly in the case of Boogerd it wasn't some kind of attack as if Landis singled him out for revenge. He just told a story that illustrated how things work, and Boogerd was the example. He just doesn't care any more about protecting people.sniper said:In my humble opinion, Floyd hasn't viciously, not even deliberately, implicated Boogerd or Pereiro.
These were just digressions. Context. Nothing more, nothing less.
And Kimmage understood that correctly, else Boogerd's and Pereiro's names would have been in the Sunday Times article.
That he named the riders just adds more credence to the story.