The jury was selected Monday -- and Tuesday the real work of the Barry Bonds criminal trial began with someone going to prison.
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No crime has been charged against Lance Armstrong. No government authority has stepped forward to charge the cyclist. His trial is filled with the same mystery that swirled around Kafka's The Trial.
Cyclists may not be the only ones who have broken rules.
Bonds has long been accused of taking steroids to achieve greatness on the field of play. Now the United States Court of Appeals has definitively ruled that Bonds' main antagonist, Jeff Novitsky, also let the ends justify the means.
Memo to Lance: Drug investigations are built on the testimony and evidence of people who take drugs. They are rarely nice. They often lie, but their testimony often leads to snaring the big fish.
Clemens' biggest strategic blunder was demanding a hearing in front of the Congressional sub-committee that had poked its nose into the affairs of Major League Baseball. He got his wish.
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