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Friday 15, Oct 2010

  HGH received by Clemens in mail

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HGH received by Clemens in mailKirk Radomski, the confessed drug supplier, has provided documentary evidence that he shipped drugs to Roger Clemens.

Clemens is presently facing perjury investigations after communicating to the Congress that he had never used steroids or performance enhancing drugs.

It was disclosed in the report that Radomski discovered shipping receipts for a package of two HGH kits sent to Clemens at house of the pitcher in Houston in 2002 or 2003.

Tuesday 28, Sep 2010

  David Justice says he never injected steroids

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David Justice says he never injected steroidsThe former Braves slugger, David Justice, has denied use of injected steroids and disclosed that he has his fear of needles.

This was after Kirk Radomski told George Mitchell that he sold human growth hormone to Justice; this revelation was made when Mitchell was in charge of the investigation about use of performance enhancing drugs in baseball.

Radomski told ESPN that a box of steroids and HGH were given to Justice during a ride to the airport after the former Braves slugger finished playing for the New York Yankees in the 2000 World Series.

Thursday 09, Sep 2010

  Pettitte to be key witness in Clemens perjury case

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Pettitte to be key witness in Clemens perjury caseAndy Pettitte, the Yankees hero, will be playing the role of supporting cast after Brian McNamee, the former trainer of Roger Clemens, revealed the complete truth.

Clemens is expected to plead not guilty and Pettitte is all set to become an important witness in the perjury case against Clemens.

Pettitte is believed to step off the mound and onto the stand of witnesses to testify against his pitching mentor.

Thursday 09, Sep 2010

  Clemens loses appeal against Brian McNamee

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Clemens loses appeal against Brian McNamee  Roger Clemens was denied the opportunity of resurrecting the explosive defamation suit he filed in Texas against Brian McNamee, his former trainer, in January of 2008. This was after Clemens learned about his former trainer accusing him of using performance enhancing drugs.

Clemens sued McNamee for statements appearing in report made by former Senator George Mitchell on use of performance enhancing drugs in baseball.

Clemens will now be facing criminal charges because of grand jury investigations into statements made by Clemens before Congress is February 2008.

Wednesday 08, Sep 2010

  Complete truth revealed by Brian McNamee

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Complete truth revealed by Brian McNameeBrian McNamee, an important figure in investigation by George Mitchell into steroid use in baseball, breathe a little easier after revealing the complete truth and putting an end to his involvement with sprawling steroid probe of the government.

McNamee‘s friend Kirk Radomski, the former Mets clubhouse attendant who supplied steroids to ballplayers, said Brian told the truth and what he was supposed to do.

Wednesday 11, Aug 2010

  David Segui testifies before jury investigation perjury case of Roger Clemens

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David Segui testifies before jury investigation perjury case of Roger ClemensDavid Segui became the latest former major leaguer to testify before the federal grand jury, which is investigating Roger Clemens for perjury.

Segui declined when asked to discuss his testimony before the media while leaving the room of grand jury on the third floor of the federal courthouse in the shadow of the Capitol.

Clemens’ former trainer Brian McNamee said before former Sen. George Mitchell that he injected steroids and HGH at least 16 times to the seven-time Cy Young Award winner, which was vehemently denied by Clemens.

Wednesday 28, Jul 2010

  Jose Canseco could be the wild card in perjury investigations

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Jose Canseco could be the wild card in perjury investigationsBrian McNamee, the former trainer of Roger Clemens, said that a June 1998 barbeque at Jose Canseco’s house was one of the most pivotal moments in baseball career of Clemens as this was the time and place when he plunged deeper into use of steroids.

However, Canseco has been saying for two years that Clemens didn’t attended the shindig at his home in South Florida, which cast doubt on Clemens’s credibility and raising questions about the Mitchell Report on baseball and steroids.

It is worth noting here that Jose Canseco has never been sued for the allegations in this book and its follow-up version, “Vindicated“.

Sunday 25, Jul 2010

  Lawyer of Roger Clemens keen to hear Brian McNamee

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Lawyer of Roger Clemens keen to hear Brian McNameeRusty Hardin, the lawyer hired by Roger Clemens for defending himself against claims that he made use of steroids, recently said that he is more than keen to hear what Brian McNamee has to say when he will be appearing before the Washington, D.C., grand jury investigating Roger Clemens for perjury.

It is worth noting here that Hardin called McNamee “a colossal liar” after the Mitchell report was released two-and-a-half years ago.

The Department of Justice was asked by Congress for identifying if Clemens perjured himself after making a communication to the lawmakers that he never used performance enhancing drugs.

Tuesday 15, Jun 2010

  Claims of Clemens revisited

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Claims of Clemens revisitedRusty Hardin, the lawyer hired by Roger Clemens to defend himself from claims that he used steroids, recently said that he is eager to hear what Brian McNamee has to say when he appear before the Washington, D.C., grand jury investigating Roger Clemens for perjury.

It is strange to notice the completely changed behavior of Clemens‘ attorney after he called McNamee “a colossal liar” after the Mitchell report was released two-and-a-half years ago.

Congress asked the Department of Justice to ascertain if Clemens perjured himself after communicating to the lawmakers that he never used performance enhancing drugs.

Wednesday 09, Jun 2010

  Sosa perjury charges not to be pursued by Congress

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Sosa perjury charges not to be pursued by CongressAccording to The Associated Press, former Major League slugger Sammy Sosa will not be facing an investigation for perjury.

It was reported by The Associated Press that the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform said that the panel will not be having the Justice Department look into whether Sosa lied during a March 2005 hearing before the Congress.

Committee spokeswoman Jenny Thalheimer Rosenberg told The AP that there will be no action against Sosa.

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