Tuesday, February 3, 2009

CSI: Roger Clemens

With Grisham moving on, Warrick dead and the miniature killer off the streets, the CSI gang is now devoting it's time to testing Roger Clemens' blood.

Tests have linked Roger Clemens' DNA to blood in syringes that his former personal trainer says he used to inject the pitcher with performance-enhancing drugs, according to a report.
Of course, our favorite defense attorney, good ole boy Rusty Hardin, is already debunking the findings:
Clemens' lawyer, Rusty Hardin, told the Post that the DNA testing "won't matter at all."

"It will still be evidence fabricated by McNamee,"
Hardin was quoted as saying. "I would be dumbfounded if any responsible person ever found this to be reliable or credible evidence in any way."
Both McNamee and Clemens have had their credibility riddled with holes. Can we accept what McNamee turned over to be tested as unadulturated, test-worthy? If this evidence is accepted by the judge, will it ultimately doom Clemens? If it's not accepted, does Clemens walk free and clear? Does he drop the case? Does McNamee?

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