This certaintly deserves a new post...
Francesco Ricci Bitti, president of the International Tennis Federation (10.02.2012): "I think that Spain should have a found the way to disclose all the Operation Puerto. Right now it wouldn't be this perception, this feeling...It was not a mistake, (but) this was not good for sport in Spain, the fact that they weren't able to disclose all the aspects of the Operation Puerto."
While I'm shocked that Bitti talked about this at all, it's pretty rich coming from the ITF given their own disclosure policies: here and here.
Update: An interview with Lionel Dutemple, a writer for Les Guignols. He talks about the doping sketches involving Spanish athletes that aired this week. Dutemple is of the opinion that because Spanish athletes are held in such high esteem in their home country, they lack the perspective to deal with the satire presented in the skits. Further, he makes clear that the show is a comedy through caricature, and not journalism. Last, he hints that there may be more ridicule to come next week.