This is the end of road for Armstrong and his expensive legal team to fight doping charges. One organization witch hunting a man is unfair, but given the magnitude of dishonesty and fraud (planning and executing a systematic drug plan - with much circumstantial than clinching evidence), I think the USADA is to be given full compliment due to pursuing the case.
I had watched on tv some of his ultra dominant tour wins. The French were maintaining all along that Armstrong had doped. His former team mates Hamilton, Landis and 8 others have all testified against Armstrong. Public perception has also changed, where earlier they gave Armstrong the benefit of doubt, as last of Tour wins has faded from Public memory, now it is bad news for sponsors of Armstrong. This is indeed a lesson to those who disregard the long term for short term wins. Armstrong would never have dreamed that his country agency will continue to pursue the case and win and ruin his future, which is a kind of right justice for the better good of sport.