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mikhayl wrote:DK wrote:I was under the impression that GJT is sealed until the judge publicly allows it to be seen (if at all). Can you verify this?
Here's a recent case I found on the subject: Link
According to that, testimony that does not reveal witness or jury names can be released under the Freedom of Information Act.
Any lawyers on here?
Some document entries reflect payments for drugs for Bonds: $1,500 for two boxes of growth hormone; $450 for a bottle of Depotestosterone; $100 for 100 Clomiphene pills; $200 for the Cream and the Clear. Other entries reflect Bonds's drug cycle: For February 2002, a calendar showed alternating days of the Cream, the Clear and growth hormone followed by "Clow," or Clomid.
A document labeled "BLB 2003" listed cities where the Giants played away games in 2003, with notations for the use of growth hormone, the Clear, the Cream and insulin on specific days. Other documents associated with Bonds referred to the use of trenbolone and "beans," the Mexican steroid. At Anderson's apartment, and in a search of BALCO's trash, the agents also found evidence of Bonds's blood being sent to drug labs for steroid testing.
DK wrote:a book written by two San Francisco Chronicle reporters at the forefront of reporting on the BALCO steroid distribution scandal.
Yawn... When I see something with any sort of validity maybe I'll listen. This is just a couple of tabloid writers trying to sell books.
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