But can we all agree that an anonymous lawsuit is a rather odd reaction for someone who has nothing to hide
that's a logical fallacy that you've got nothing to fear if you have nothing to hide
Exactly - if you were clean then you'd welcome a testing of the B sample.
it's funny on one hand, scary on another to read such comments
being an US citizen, and having all those endless crusades for democracy in your backyard, you should know where it (the democracy) starts and where it ends.
it concerns all of us, who live in modern democratic countries, where rules are set to be followed, not to be omitted. there's no 'good will' explenation here - by supporting accusations lacking any evidence and trying to dig an 'alternative' way through, you therefore act against democracy and the whole system that makes our lifes fat&comfy.
after policy has been tightened here nad there (in some countries) we've all whitnessed what a shorten leash means - i'm talking airport controls for instance, which clearly went out of control in many occasions. or look under how huge ostracizm the arabic population has gotten, e.g. students
so you shouldn't be suprised if they come knocking to your door saying smbd said smth about you having child porn on your PC
you say it's too far from this so-called anti-doping war? it's the same level of recklessness in interpretating the boundaries of law. and the same 'good will' excuse, or macchiavellic cliches like "it's the child porn owners who brake the rules" or "if he's innocent he has nothing to fear of".
that's what Stalin and those who took after him used to say too