Please explain

Floyd Landis has frequently been described as a dirtbag, but that’s on his better days. Personally, I really don’t care who has been doping when it comes to road racing. But I read an article like this one, on Velonation, and I have to wonder one thing – who would believe Floyd in the first place? He spent so much time denying his drug use, then came out and claims that everyone else did it too. Why is it that when he was obviously lying, no one believed him, but now that he’s admitted to lying, and there is a reason to question his motives, suddenly folks are starting to listen?

Please explain.

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Because he had every incentive to lie, and now he doesn’t… Seems pretty obvious.

Plus why should he be the scapegoat for a practice that is sports-wide?

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