Floyd Landis posted some interesting information about his doping case recently.  Since he was basically declared guilty in public I guess making his appeal public is fitting.  It is also in keeping with his practice of publishing his training data - something most other riders would never do.  The presentation focuses on exposing the inconsistencies in the testing process.  When you look through it, it does look pretty bad - sample identification numbers apparently wrong, possible contamination of the sample, and 200%+ variation in test results for the same test on the same sample.

I really hope that Floyd is innocent of this but everything that has come out over the summer just makes me want to go and buy some "Dopers Suck" socks.  If Floyd turns out to be innocent, I'll get some "Bad Labs Suck" socks go go along with them.