Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Shine, Jun 18, 2012.
guilty or not guilty?
he's a guilty fukhead that i always hated, however for congress to get involved when mlb didn't even give a shit is a waste of taxdollars. & no jury will find him guilty of stupid shit, i'm sure the defense muddied up the waters enough for reasonable doubt for the rich famous athlete to walk.
What Stripes said.....
what stripes, lumpy and BCM said
what everyone said, fry that redneck faggit
I don't care...his '87 Topps still won't be worth shit either way.
I'm not shocked.
Complete waste of taxpayer $$$.
Not guilty on all counts. Pettitte forgotti....
No surprise at all.....Stripes nailed it.
It's good to see our fucking gubmint is dealing with the important stuff....steeeroids in baseball...
After eight weeks, 46 witnesses, two dozing jurors and an estimated $2-3 million spent in taxpayer money, the Roger Clemens trial is finally over.
The verdict: Not guilty on three counts of making false statements, not guilty on two counts of perjury and not guilty on one count of obstruction. The charges stemmed from testimony that Clemens made in Feb. 2008, telling a Congressional committee that he had never taken steroids or HGH.
Clemens faced a maximum sentence of 30 years and a $1.5 million fine if he had been convicted on all six counts.
Meh, what's another 2/3 million when we're gonna pump another trillion down the Euro-toilet in the coming months
a waste of valuable time and money--He's a scumbag, but a fucking waste of time and money
90 federal agents wasted on this bullshit. some tiny dicked prosecutor who couldn't make his 4th grade little league team or get his dick sucked by a cheerleader in high school got a hard on for him
thats funny (sad) as hell. how long was the jury out? probably as soon as the free lunch was over...
Can do no wrong, in my eyes. Oh, and i would fuck him in a heartbeat
I feel the same about Ken Caminiti.
Except the fucking part
Look at Barry Bonds. After all the shit that went down, all they got him on was obstruction of justice and he'll likely do no time. Nothing but a huge waste of tax dollars going after something that really isn't enforced.