As someone who has no skin in the game, I believe the truth lies somewhere in the middle between the two sides RE: public opinion.
There were media outlets and skaters who did not agree with the result. We saw that play out in real time on Twitter and other social media outlets. However, those same skaters and media outlets also could understand how/why she won. The two concepts are not mutually exclusive.
The fact is that media outlets have other assignments and stories to do. There wasn't anything worth investigating with the scoring and there are other stories/deadlines to tackle. THAT said, it's not unusual for reporters (if they are so inclined) to go back and investigate something and for things to come in the open months and years later. Not saying that is necessarily the case here, but I've seen it happen regarding other sports scandals/incidents.
All the cheaters conspirators need to consider the SP judging as well. There were different judges in the two events, and in BOTH, they gave Adelina very high marks.
While I don't agree with much of what he says, I do understand and respect his viewpoint.