TAS-CAS has suspended Iban Mayo 2 years for EPO, having taken 3 tries to get the B sample to "confirm" the A sample. Press release. The full Award is in French. We've posted a machine translation separately.
As Bill Hue wrote in a comment,
Three counter-analyses of an initial "A" met the "letter and spirit" of the WADA Code.
B sample now means C D E F etc on a single sample and B C D E etc on samples other than non-negative "A"s as long as it catches a doper. That is the letter and Spirit of the WADA Code.
Law.com puffs Landis CAS Arbiter David Rivkin's presence in Beijing.
We expect racejunkie to be searching the closet for the Cranky Pants. Ah, found them.
Brian Carnell thinks Berry is right.
Steroid Nation looks at Berry, picks some skeptical responses, and makes reference to the "impossible feat".
It might be good for folks to do some debate there on the assumptions made in some of the quoted bits that seem questionable.
The Questionable Authority is one of the blogs SN cites critical of Berry. It too makes some claims that could be, um, questioned.
TrueHoops at ESPN takes Berry at face value.