There’s one rather serious flaw with your plot that some sinister conspiracy is smearing Bolt’s name by constant mention of doping in connection with him: it’s not happening. He’s already been doing spectacularly at the games and appearing in the news constantly, and what do we find when looking online for anything about him?
Here is an article, from a New Zealand news source, about Bolt that doesn’t mention doping at all.
Here’s another from Canada that’s the same way.
Here’s the International Association of Athletics Federation’s page on Bolt. No mention of doping.
And here’s a USA Today article on Bolt. No mention of doping.
The same with this BBC article.
And with this article from the Times.
What does the Hindu, an Indian new source, have to say about Bolt? Nothing about drugs.
Here’s a whole series of articles from the Guardian about Bolt’s performance at the Olympics. Nothing about doping there.
Here is an article from the Telegraph from just before the Olympics started. Nothing about doping.
And this is a BBC account of one of the races Bolt ran in the other day at the Olympics. Nothing about doping in it.
The Japan Herald reported on the results of one of the Olympic runs and mentions Bolt but not doping.
Here’s a long article from Reuters reporting on the Olympics. Plenty in it about Bolt, nothing about doping.
Even Fox News manages to report on Bolt’s progress in Beijing without mentioning doping.
The official Olympics website doesn’t say a thing about Bolt and doping.
Here is the Wikipedia (that XXXX has said is a tool of the Illuminati) article on Bolt. It mentions nothing about doping.
And there are lots and lots and lots of other web pages showing Bolt’s progress in Beijing.
Here’s an article from the LA Times that mentions Bolt and emphasises that there is no evidence of him having used illegal drugs. That’s the only one that came up on my searches that so much as mentioned doping and Bolt in the same article. On every other website I went to there was no mention of it, even in the comments sections. And that’s when doing web searches for Usain Bolt, Bolt Olympics, Bolt Beijing, and several other such searches that could be reasonably expected from anybody looking for him, as well as from just looking through the recent sports news from various major media sources. So there is no sinister effort being made to keep connecting Usain Bolt to drugs. It’s simply not happening. And even when there was talk about a Jamaican runner being disqualified for doping back before the games started, it was always reported in connection with the fact that Bolt was not involved. This whole “conspiracy” never even got started.