Right, I thought, at first, that the second test was a rerun of the confirmatory testing using the remaining sample. That not being the case, enjoy your suspension Hebrew Hammer.
Is he guilty? Mindfactedly yes.
But of course, I welcome the process by which his lawyers make up flimsy assed excuses and try their best to find flaws in the chain of custody or the equipment calibration or whatever, because it is exactly those challenges that create the incentive to keep the testing process secure, controlled and reliable. Everyone benefits by that pushback.