Like I said earlier, they could very well be a bunch of guilty creeps. But without further testing you don't know why capsaicin was in their system. Now a lot of the articles are saying that capsaicin is an illegal substance because of it's pain relieving properties, which gives them an unfair advantage, not necessarily for soring. Either way it's wrong, but you can't go around announcing soring until you know all the facts. Banned specifications are often tricky. For example, bute is technically a banned substance. But it IS allowed 1 gram per 500 lbs 12 hrs prior to competition. But do people always know how to measure a correct gram? (packed or loosely packed scoop?) Do they know exactly how much their horse weighs? Or how quicky it will go through their system within 12 hours? Ludger Beerbaum was thought to be guilty when they found banned substances but was later cleared. I'm just saying you have to give people the benefit of the doubt until they can prove what they did was purposely wrong.