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Friday, March 31, 2006
 
Ex-Con Denies Giving Bonds Steroids

Victor Conte, founder of BALCO, speaking on the steps of his home a few hours after being released from prison, denies he supplied Barry Bonds with steroids. Obviously, with witnesses like that behind Bonds, we might as well call off the George Mitchell-led steroids probe right now.





3 Comments:

That's crazy. Victor Conte belongs behind bars

Blogger Matt J -- 3/31/2006 10:46 AM  


It is crazy, and yes he does.

But -- the Conte thing does call some of the Shadows evidence into question. I am not saying that Bonds is innocent; but I do believe that the authors have been very aggressive in deciding which evidence is reliable and which is not.

Conte has freely admitted -- on network television, and while still facing charges -- to giving steroids to a number of athletes, including America's top track stars and a number of NFL players. In that interview 15 months ago, when asked a direct question about Bonds, he said that he had no specific knowledge about Bonds' drug use.

Why would this attention-seeking glory hound, who was so anxious to claim credit for the performances of Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery, lie to protect Barry Bonds? It doesn't make sense. I think he is probably telling the truth on this issue. He gave his products to Anderson, but never to Bonds, and never saw Bonds using them.

Blogger Amateur -- 3/31/2006 12:24 PM  


thank you

Anonymous kurtlar -- 2/11/2009 1:06 PM  


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