When we last left our hero, he was shocked and upset at allegations that a DNA match confirmed that the Valv.Piti blood found in Fuentes' fridge did indeed belong to him. Since then, he's suggested that it's possible it is his blood, but if so it must date back to the days when Fuentes' sister was team doctor for Kelme. And the presence of EPO in the blood is a total puzzlement. Meanwhile, his lawyer got a second postponement for the hearing in Rome, which is now scheduled for tomorrow (Thursday).
the magistrate "expressly prohibits the use of evidence obtained in the commission of a crime for the investigation of other crimes, as in the case referred to the Spanish cyclist Alejandro Valverde ." The cyclist is not therefore obliged, at least from a legal point of view, to appear tomorrow before CONI.
UPDATE: CONI says Spanish court's objections are "unfounded," and that they acted "in full compliance with existing laws." [Well, we'd hardly expect them to say "Ooh, you're right--sorry about that."] More here.