22 animals have died at competitions last year and the only one focused on is the one that has a necropsy and toxicology performed by one of the top clinics in the nation clearing any wrongdoing. Humble was tested for over 1100 substances.
As you well know, there are substances that you can't test for, or will not show up on a tox screen. I read Humble's entire necropsy report and it did not say anyone was "cleared of any wrongdoing".
I also find it odd that you are accusing others of major wrongdoing when there is zero evidence of it, when you apparently have a habit of threatening to sue others for the exact same thing. Hypocritical much?
Lets make it simple. In the old Westerns, the 'good guys' wore white hats. They cared about others, told the truth, spoke softly and stood for honesty and justice.
The 'bad guys' wore black hats. They were devious, lied, stole ( horses, cattle, money, etc) and were fond of ambushing folk. History doesn't lie. Everyone review your pattern of behavior, look in the mirror and figure out what color your hat is. This makes it easy to figure out what color other folks hats are, as well. Actions always speak louder....