Thursday, November 15, 2007
By Mike Steffanos
Looks like Barry Bonds was indicted today on 4 counts of perjury and obstruction of justice. Considering that the Feds are famous for not making high profile indictments unless they're 99.9% sure of a conviction, things are looking bad for MLB's home run king*.
The Feds have been pursuing Bonds for over 4 years. While it's hard to feel all that sorry for an arrogant multi-millionaire athlete like Barry, I'm curious if any of my readers join me in wondering if there wasn't a better use for all of the federal tax dollars spent on building a case against a baseball player.
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