Did you not read the BBC News article:SilentAssassin said:This is another good example of how badly certain details are passed off as fact.
Contemporary to the time, reporting simple facts with no allegations.The International Cycling Union, the UCI, confirmed newspaper reports on Wednesday that small amounts of corticoids were found in a urine sample taken from Armstrong.
The positive in 1999 for corticosteroids is fact, not simply an allegation.
Confirmed by the UCI at the time as reported by the BBC.
Nothing to argue against. He had a positive test and based purely on facts, claims that he didn't are incorrect.