There is something surreal about this "trial" in Spain. I can't believe that anyone, least of all WADA would take it seriously. Here we have a situation where it is known that Fuentes had clients from a variety of sports, received death threats etc, and the culprits will get away with it! Why have the trial?
As a lawyer, I am embarrassed at what passes for legal scrutiny these days, and how such a blatant disregard for ethics & the application of the law can be promoted. This trial is a farce. It makes a mockery of justice. The culprits did not just tie the hands of Fuentes, but of the legal process, and all that follows from it. If WADA can't get the full facts, exactly what will they learn?
The reality is that sport, including tennis, appears to be governed by vested interests that have implications reaching beyond the sport. If a Mafia like system governs investigative powers, I say the sports governing bodies should have the balls to say so & to admit that they have no powers to counteract what has happened. The question arises, do they have the power to deal with what might happen in the future. On current evidence, the answer is, no. In which case, those sportsmen that have integrity might find themselves in the minority. Money talks. And if integrity is irrelevant, why have it?