Agreed Deckard, I see no indication of those who support cheating. Well the article in question seems to imply that no actual hearing had taken place, team mates prepared to testify etc.. So if they are prepared to testify, that means they haven't as yet. Which means he is being judged as being guilty. Without due process having been gone through. Armstrong doesn't have to prove his innocence he is automatically presummed to be innoncent until a court has proven him guilty. The article doesn't say that he has been found guilty of the charge by a court. It mentions a two year federal investigation. No mention of a trial. As for cheating itself of course that is wrong.