Category: Baseball Published on Tuesday, 19 June 2012 10:26 Written by Lee Davis
“Mr. Clemens, you are free to go,” said Judge Reggie Walton.
Today a feral jury in Washinton DC found Roger Clemens not guilty of all counts for his 2008 testimony before congress. Unlike many others called to testify that year, Clemens adamantly denied having ever used performance enhancing drugs. The verdict was a resounding rejection of the government’s case by the jury. This was the second time Clemens was tried, the first case having been declared a mistrial last year by Judge Reggie Walton after prosecutors failed to redact evidence before trial. The government failed to prove that Clemens lied to congress.
“I’ve put a lot of hard work into that career,” Roger Clemens told the assembled after today’s verdict.
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