"Since the beginning, we have repeatedly said that the evidence on the individual athletes is what it is, and that many of these cases will not have enough evidence to be prosecuted," Niggli said. "If we have enough evidence to go forward, we will have no hesitation. But you have to be realistic."
"There are a thousand names, and for a number of them, the only thing McLaren's got is a name on a list," Niggli said. "If you can prosecute an athlete with a name on a list, perfect. But this is not the reality. There were thousands of samples destroyed in Moscow."