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Tuesday 06, Jan 2009


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racehorse-steroidsIn time for the New Year, New York has set a new law limiting the use of anabolic steroids in race horses. Steroids basically have the same effects on humans and horses, except that it may cause a young horse’s skeleton to give way due to sudden increase in bulk. Just this week, New York has started fresh with this new law at hand.

“This is a good idea,” he said. “I had stopped using them with most of my horses because they were shipping to states where they were already banned. They help a horse eat a little bit, but I haven’t missed them. I just had the best year I’ve ever had, and I basically did it steroid free. I found out they don’t make that much of a difference.”

Other trainers saw things differently, however. Some veterans claimed that even if steroids don’t increase speed, they help increase endurance, size, and with the horses’ appetites.

Racing fans and trainers are yet to see the differences in the horses and in the games. As one fan had pointed out, the racing committee should get rid of all drugs. Getting rid of steroid use is one way to start.

Sunday 04, Jan 2009


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horse-steroidsIn its aim to protect natural resources, New York now has new laws including selling of excess energy to other customers and limiting the use of steroids on race horses.

Saturday 03, Jan 2009


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steroids-arrestDavid M. Herstein, a 23 year old man, was arrested last December 12 for dealing anabolic steroids in Mahopac, Carmen area, New York. Herstein sold steroids to Sheriff Donald B. Smith who was doing undercover work for the Putnam County Sheriff’s narcotic enforcement unit.

Sheriff Smith had arranged several deals with Herstein, including the purchase of steroids both in oral and injectable forms. Herstein was taken into custody after he had made his deliveries to Smith. Investigations of Herstein’s illegal trade started earlier this year when the police received information of a man selling steroids. Apparently, Herstein has also been involved in a similar case during the middle of 2008, when he was charged with seventh degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. The detail of this is as follows:

The local police found more than 1,100 pills and eight bottles of injectable steroids in the possession of Herstein. Information on the progress of the case was released by the police only recently. Herstein will face trial on January 5 in Carmel Town Court. He will face a seven-year prison term if found guilty and may pay fines up to $10,000.

Friday 04, Apr 2008

  2 New York men caught with personal steroid amounts

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staten-island-steroidsThat’s the problem with the USA legal and justice system, the police searched these 2 cars for no reason other then them being in front of a bookstore after closing? how is this suspicious. The cops say the men were “acting furtively”, that’s why they decided to illegally search their car for drugs or weapons. The Acting furtively excuse is commonly used by authorities to remove civil rights from individuals. In the end, the 2 guys were caught with a whoooooping $800 of steroids, do you know how much $800 of anabolic steroids is? exactly 4 vials of steroids. That’s right 4 vials of steroids, something an individual bodybuilder would go through in about a 12 week cycle. Now these 2 will be faced with CRIMINAL possession of controlled substance for something they couldn’t even get a cycle out of. Let’s face it, they’d need at least 10 vials of steroids do run a steroid cycle for the 2 of them, so this means they barely had enough for 1 steroid cycle and both of them are being arrested.

Two Staten Island men caught hanging out in the Barnes & Noble parking lot after the New Springville store had closed Sunday had a stash of steroids in their car, police alleged.

Cops got wise to the car’s occupants — Scott J. Sceppe, 29, of the 700 block of Post Avenue in West Brighton, and Steven P. Parascondola, 29, of the 300 block of Kramer Avenue in Rossville — after they spotted the duo “acting furtively” in their car at about 9:00 p.m., a police source said.

The store was closed for the night, and the two men were parked next to a second, vacant car, the source alleged.

When police searched the car, they found about $800 worth of steroids — pills, bottles and a liquid capsule of testosterone and other substances, court papers allege.

Both men were charged with three counts each of fifth- and seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance.