The prosecution screwed up, trying to advance evidence that was previously deemed inadmissable. Who knows, the gov counsel may have even taken a bribe to do just that.
Good quote from the judge on how much this cost tax payers and some pundits weighed in on if there will be a retrial. Looks like there will be a hearing, and then a chance for the prosecution to respond.
On one hand I'm tired of the steroid news, tax payer dollars going after it, but on the other, our legal system can't let people lie. It falls apart if they don't see it through to a verdict. Seems really dumb that prosecution showed the evidence they were told they couldn't.
The said only Lawyers who are still in college would make that mistake! oops
Best I can tell the only thing our government is good at is spending money and blowing things up with bombs....
well ok I have a story you would like. When wells was on baltimore I was like 12 I asked for his autograph and the 40ish guy said "ya orson come and sign" Well replied " dont call me orson" The guy said Ok Orson, then well replied " If this kid want here Id knock you out" Top wich I said "go ahead I dont care" then we both laughed. To bad he didnt hit him I would of been on tv lol
I wonder if DNA infested needles and bloody cotton balls aren't enough... I guess we'll see.
Living close to the Balco lab we hear a lot about this and Barry Bonds. There are some rumors the feds have tons of evidence on a huge number of major league players and they have been waiting for these high profile cases to play out. Looks like they'll have to wait longer.
by Mary Craig 6 years ago
Do you think they should continue to prosecute Roger Clemens?Do you think enough is enough? The time and money spent prosecuting this athlete for something that is long gone has been enormous. Isn't it time to pack it in?
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
I saw a bit of Roger getting questioned today. Wild. It was very sensational with two men sitting side by side getting questioned and one is clearly lying. The one question I wanted to hear is if Roger thought it was possible that he had been injected with HGH and didn't know it.
by mintinfo 5 years ago
Should Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, and Sammy Sosa be voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame?The Baseball Hall of Fame ballot for 2013 was just released. Given these players alleged steroid involvement, should they be voted in the Hall?
by Bruce A. Beaudet 6 years ago
Will Roger Clemens get into the Baseball Hall of Fame on the first ballot?Give a detailed answer.
by matsplat15 8 years ago
Where is roger clemens and should he be inducted into the hall of fame
by prettydarkhorse 6 years ago
Acquitted of perjury, obstruction of justice and lying to Congress!http://www.chron.com/news/article/Baseb … 642785.phpCan he still be inducted, I mean Hall Of Fame for example?http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/i-tea … bled=false
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