More PED Problems for Clemens
Just when you thought the Roger Clemens story was hitting a quiet patch, along comes a leak to the New York Times, from a federal probe into possible Clemens perjury, that says substances from performance enhancing drugs were found on the syringes, vials and gauze pads former Clemens trainer Brian McNamee turned over to authorities.
Why is that so significant? Because we reported right here last month that blood in those syringes contained Clemens DNA.
Understandaby, Clemens' lawyer, Rusty Hardin, is returning phone calls seeking comment. After all, what do you say when your client is caught red (blood cell) handed? Given his prior steadfast denials, it's going to be extrordinarily hard for Clemens to avoid a conviction of perjuring himself, if the government decides to prosecute.
What do people think? Is there a way out for Clemens? Will Hardin use a tampering defense? Or is the Rocket too cooked to avoid some kind of future conviction?
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