I don't like Jake Shields enough to blindly defend him. If there was evidence that he tested positive for steroids, then you and I would not be having this discussion. As I said earlier, your consistently labelling your own scenario as 'much more likely' and 'common sense' doesn't make it either.
You call it the most possible scenario. You say it's common sense. And then you completely ignore the most relevant fact of all - that Jake was suspended for 6 months and not 1 year (which is standard as far as PED suspensions go). The one fact we actually have, and you ignore it. Funny how that works.