Then, toolbelts can call players cheater for not taking their roids and letting their balls become normal size and heads normal.
I gives a rats ass if a beer gut Roger Clemens shot HGH or Test into his fat ass.
Roids give you a fat head, shrink your nuts and makes your liver rot so I give a shit if you hit a few extra homeruns...you will pay in the end.
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Clemens not committing to deposition with House committee
I'ma start throwing out Clemens shit before too much longer.
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More BALCO, but in the NFL.
Ex-NFL player Stubblefield pleads guilty in BALCO case
The Marion Jones sentence included the forged checks.
We'll see what happens with this one.
There isn't really anything new in this article about Clemens. I'm posting it because it explains some of the legalities. I thought it was interesting.
Among the differences is that a deposition is delivered under oath and an interview is not, although that isn't a major distinction, because it is a crime to lie to Congress. Waxman and Davis this week asked the Justice Department to investigate whether 2002 AL MVP Miguel Tejada made false statements to House committee staff when he was interviewed -- not under oath -- in connection with the Rafael Palmeiro perjury case in 2005. The FBI has opened a preliminary investigation.
"If you're not under oath, you might as well be, because you're subject to prosecution," Emery said.
With a deposition, the transcript is kept confidential until the committee chairman and ranking minority member agree to release it or if the committee votes to release it. With a transcribed interview, the committee may talk about its contents and release it at any time.
In addition, with a deposition, only one Democrat and one Republican may ask questions of the witness, whereas more members of committee staff are allowed to participate in an interview.
A witness may be accompanied only by an attorney at a deposition; a witness may request that others be present at an interview.
Clemens pressed by Congress, denies accusations by Pettitte, McNamee
A flat-panel television on each side wall of the hearing room showed evidence, including Pettitte's affidavit.
Pettitte, who was excused from testifying, said in a statement to the committee that Clemens admitted to him as long as 10 years ago that he used HGH. Waxman read from affidavits by Pettitte and Pettitte's wife, Laura, supporting the accusations.
"Andy Pettitte is my friend. He was my friend before this. He will be my friend after this and again. I think Andy has misheard," Clemens said. "I think he misremembers of our conversation."In the affidavit, Pettitte said that Clemens told him nearly 10 years ago that he used HGH. Pettitte also said Clemens backtracked when the subject of HGH came up again in conversation in 2005, before the same House committee held the first hearing on steroids in baseball.
Pettitte said in the affidavit that he asked Clemens in 2005 what he would do if asked about performance-enhancing substances, given his admission years earlier.
Pettitte said Clemens responded by saying Pettitte misunderstood the previous exchange in 1999 or 2000 and that, in fact, Clemens had been talking about HGH use by his wife in the original conversation.During an exchange between Waxman and Clemens about details of tracking down Clemens' former nanny for possible testimony, the pitcher's two lawyers stood and one, Rusty Hardin, interrupted Waxman.
After the committee asked last week for the nanny's name, Clemens spoke Sunday with the nanny for the first time in several years.
"There's always going to be a question whether you tried to influence her testimony," Waxman said.
Pointing a finger and speaking loudly, Hardin kept trying to get a word in, and Waxman kept cutting him off.
"I was doing y'all a favor," Clemens said. "I'm hurt by those statements that I would get in the way of finding anything you guys were looking for."
Judge in the Bonds perjury case delivers two blows
SAN FRANCISCO – The judge in the Barry Bonds perjury case delivered two blows to the government Friday, ordering prosecutors to redraft “duplicitous” counts in the indictment and ordering the unsealing of Bonds’ grand jury testimony.The government appeared at a loss to decide whether to edit the indictment or begin again with an entire new set of counts. Ilston granted Wilson’s request for a status hearing March 21, but added a stern warning.
Outside the federal building 10 minutes later, Bonds’ attorneys were shaking hands, clearly celebrating. Bonds wasn’t there, having been excused from attending by Ilston.
No one, not even the attorneys, was quite clear whether Bonds was still technically under a federal indictment – at least until the government shores up its case.
Said Riordan to the cameras: “Right this moment, there is not a valid indictment.”