I don't think cheating in cycling was all that bad.
I think his willful lying about it for years was bad.
I think he has done tremendous good for Cancer research and that he was a phenomenal talent.
But he was the best and most intense cheater. He made it a goal to be the best cheater. And he won with that. That's a little more than the average guy taking a few PEDs. This was a scripted drug-induced ride to the top of the Cycling world and to millions and millions of dollars.
Anyways, with the ridiculous level of new proof out there was just curious if people were backing off their pious claims of his innocence now.