If there's overwhelming lab evidence, this whole issue would have been settled years ago and the USADA wouldn't have to lay judgement.
To be fair, I wouldn't be surprised at all if he did it (you're all probably right about it). But there doesn't seem to be that one clear cut piece of evidence such as: failed test A in 2001.
Otherwise, I have no reason to trust Landis or LeMond or any other cyclist.
Armstrong doped. There is overwhelming lab evidence, and overwhelming testimony. I think that a majority of riders probably doped in that era. But I am sure that not every rider doped. There are more honest cyclists out there than Armstrong - who is still basically lying about what he did, by the way.