BronXBombers51 wrote: Splendid61 wrote:
Neither could I. Putting criminals behind bars is what they are supposed to do.
Why don't they start with Rafael Palmeiro then. Shouldn't there be a perjury case against him?
Or Gary Sheffield? He said the same exact thing that Bonds did, in the same court.
its all about what you can prove.
they had an inquiry on the palmeiro matter. they dont have proof he did roids before the congressional meeting, only that he did roids afterwards.
sort of the same story for sheff. they cant prove sheff knew it was roids. sheff says he was told by bonds/balco that it was legal.
there is not evidence for a case against either of them. the feds think they have enough evidence against bonds, but apparently they cant make anderson talk.