Apparently the chuckleheads from the Spanish doping agency showed up at the wrong hotel and have decided to make this an issue with Horner.
They, USADA, decided to do another "out of competition test" after the race ended. I am surmising that is in addition to the automatic test they did at the end of the stage, which is common practice for a race leader. Well, they showed up at the Radio Shack Leopard hotel and Horner's not there. Harrumph, harrumph...
According to the team, Horner updated his ADAMS database with his whereabouts, and is appears that the doping people assumed that he was still at the Radio Shack hotel. He wne to anothr hotel (and info says he updates this in the system) because his wife was staying elsewhere.
This stuff is really sad...and annoying. But of course, Horner came out in defense of Armstrong and peed in USADA's pool.
What I'd really like to know is why two tests in one day, assuming the end of race leader test that, like I said is standard common practice.
I am also assuming that, like the multiple computer systems I use every entry or edit is dated and marked.