He was still a damn good person and role model. The people that wanna shame him should be ashamed of themselves for being such pitiful jealous babies that throw a fit when someone is better then them.
Cheating and fraud are characteristics antithesis to the concept of being a "good person" and a "role model". Further, it's unfathomable that you could suggest people are jealous when it is patently apparent people are outraged that he defrauded the sport and brought shame to the US. You are clearly not being objective or rational. However, I cannot stop people deluding themselves as to his innocence and if people can't look at the situation objectively then I think that reflects poorly on them. It's no different to the people who believe who 9/11 was an inside job, that the moon landings were faked, that climate change isn't real or who believe Obama isn't really a US citizen - people would rather believe in a massive conspiracy than an inconvenient truth.
There seems to be a disconnect when it comes to people's opinions of celebrities and common sense. People invest emotionally in a brand and refuse to accept anything that tarnishes that image for embarrassment that they were deceived, that their judgement isn't perfect. The evidence strongly points to his guilt, hence why he was stripped of the medals - this isn't just the word of a few people against him. Could it all be an elaborate and extremely well orchestrated conspiracy against him? Sure, but there is no evidence to suggest that and evidence should always be the basis for a belief. If people are so outraged at the idea of eyewitness testimony then it may be time to petition the government for a complete overhaul of the criminal justice system, as I hear it's occasionally used in a court of law.