I think both decisions were the right ones, but they should have come down harder on Contador and banned him for the entire season at the least. He failed the doping test.
The next test they have to approve is for plastizers in the blood. That is one of the things that convinced me that Contador was guilty. The theory that he doped during training, stored his blood and transfused during the Tour causing the low levels of banned substance and plastizers in his blood is very credible.
Some of the stories about Armstrong were way beyond belief, like him lying down in the aisle of the team bus while going down from a mountain stage and getting IV bags of doping junk transfused into him.
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