Sadly, I doubt this can help anyone. After a hearing is completed, and all of the evidence presented, it is too late to try to present new evidence. Second, a hearing focuses on the facts at hand. What happened in one lab is not especially relevent to what happens in another lab.
Based on what the testimony of the French lab technician, the French doping lab may be the worst in the world ("I threw out the machine's results and substituting my guess of what the results ought to be because the machine is broken a lot, and I don't trust the results from the machine"). I don't know how folks in the room didn't fall on the floor laughing during her testimony.