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Roger Clemens Perjury Trial: You Can’t Make This Stuff Up

Someone is lying and someone may be convicted, and the real truth may never be known, but a former Yankee could end up in prison. Read More »

Judge Declares a Mistrial in Clemens Perjury Case  – Rocket’s Red Glare?

Prosecutors mishandled the case. The judge chided them that the errors made wouldn't be committed by law students. Read More »

Break the Chain of Lies

We must choose to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth or we will be bound by chains and buried forever. Read More »

Barry Bonds Guilty: The Home Run King Knocked Off Throne?

If Bonds is guilty, so is baseball and every fan who cheered as he rounded the bases. Read More »

Alleged Until Proven Guilty

It only takes one person willing to lie to bring charges against an innocent victim, along with a typhoon of chaos. Read More »