That has got to be the worst reason for wanting LA to fall.Dr. Maserati said:One of the worst things he did was to vigorously and ruthlessly try to intimidate and silence people like,
Betsy Andreu - for saying she was motivated by "bitterness, jealousy and hatred".
Greg LeMond - for getting Trek to cut him loose and comments over the years.
David Walsh - for calling him a "f**king troll"...
What other incidents were there?
Expressing his opinion?? What's wrong with that? (whether you agree with Betsys motivation or if he thinks DWalsh is a troll)
If anything, he could be guilty of breaking some law, like drug trafficking.
Every single competitive athlete will use whatever is at his/her disposal to be the "higher, faster, stronger" person in the field. The more world class, the more hard core these resources become. IMHO it's not healthy, but it is what it is.
So LA cheated "more" than everyone else? Yeah he did, he was more willing to take risks, sacrifice, whether it means more training hours, eating better, and doping better.
If he broke the rules or the law, then he should be punished.
Where do you draw the line? A "little" doping like Vino/Basso/Contador is ok?
If the logic behind the anti lance movement is that there's no level field, than everyone should ride only one type of bike, eat the same type of food, and follow the same training regimes. That's the only way that no one has "unfair" advantages.
That LA actually is an sociapath, a**hole, (which btw I happen to agree) shouldn't be the reason to bring him down.