July 16, 2008

Receipts Show Clemens Received HGH From Radomski

Daily News:
Confessed drug supplier Kirk Radomski has provided documentary evidence to the government showing that he shipped drugs to the Texas home of Roger Clemens, who is under investigation for perjury after telling Congress he never used steroids or human growth hormone.

According to sources with close knowledge of the investigation, Radomski has discovered shipping receipts for a package of two kits of human growth hormone that he sent in late 2002 or 2003 to Clemens at the pitcher's palatial mansion in Houston. ...

"I can't imagine that there's any truth to that at all," said [Clemens' lawyer, Rusty] Hardin. "We'll find out one day Roger never received or took the stuff." ...
Sure we will, Rusty. You run along now.

5 comments:

redsock said...

ESPN:
Convicted steroid distributor Kirk Radomski told ESPN.com that while he was moving a broken television off a dresser in the bedroom of his Long Island home last Sunday night, he found a shipping receipt for human growth hormone that he claims to have sent to Clemens' Houston home in 2002 or 2003. Radomski said he found that receipt, along with "seven or eight others" for shipments to other baseball players, under the TV.

Jack Marshall said...

This is death by a million cuts. I've never liked Roger as a personality, but boy, I feel badly about where this is going.

9casey said...

Jack Marshall said...
This is death by a million cuts. I've never liked Roger as a personality, but boy, I feel badly about where this is going.


Why? you're not goin'

L-girl said...

This is death by a million cuts.

That must be why Allan enjoys it so much.

redsock said...

This is death by a million cuts.

We are nowhere near a million cuts. But I hope we get there.

boy, I feel badly about where this is going

Why do you feel badly? Do you feel badly about where the Bonds case has gone?

Since you spare no hatred or disgust for Barry, I assume the same rules apply to Billy. Rampant cheating is rampant cheating, no?