Thursday, November 15, 2007

Bonds Indicted on perjury and obstuction charges

A federal grand jury in San Francisco has indicted Barry Bonds on perjury and obstruction of justice charges in the culmination of a four-year investigation. Bonds faces five counts total, 4 counts of perjury and one count of Obstruction of Justice. All of the chargers combined could bring up to a 30-year sentence. In order to prove their case the Fed must have "two witnesses or one witness and evidence". Did someone come forward? Did his trainer roll over on him? Why did the Fed wait this long as opposed to the Michael Vick?

Now the breaking news is that Greg Anderson, his former trainer, that has been in jail has suddenly been released, Anderson's attorney went live on ESPN and stated that his client said nothing to the Fed's and in fact is planning to sue the Fed's himself, as he was held in contempt because his testimony was crucial to the case.

2 comments:

HardKnoxLife said...

Bonds is a loser that needs to rot in the final years of his career. If Pete Rose has been flagged by MLB for so long for his involvement in gambling, certainly Bonds should be shunned longer, if not forever, for his involvement in using performance enhancing drugs. He must be the only guy on the planet to peak as he got older past his prime!! I want some of those genes for my baby!!! NOT!!

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