U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton left the question of a new trial up in the air. But he called a halt to the trial under way after prosecutors showed jurors evidence that he had ruled out – videotaped revelations that a teammate had said he’d told his wife Clemens confessed to using steroids.
Walton scolded prosecutors and said he couldn’t let the former All-Star pitcher face prison if convicted on such “extremely prejudicial” evidence.
So now they get to do the whole thing all over again… what a waste of tax dollars!
What do YOU think? Do you think Roger Clemens lied about his steroids use during his MLB career?
NEVER do what the idiot in this video clip did to his body.
Whether he was injecting synthol into his muscles or whether he just saved his pennies for some implants, he looks fucking ridiculous… don’t you think?
Big muscle is what this website is all about… but come on, Eeeeeeew!!!!!
Now that the damgage has been done, this guy should definitely consider getting some bicep and tricep implants too!
Because maybe then he would look like he actually trains!!!!
Incidence of anabolic androgenic steroids for non-therapeutic use is highly prevalent among young people.
Previously, AAS was only used widely among athletes who require greater muscular strength. Nowadays, even teens in their high school years were found to be long-term steroid users.
Improvement of appearance is the top motive for AAS use among bodybuilders, weightlifters and other athletes. For adolescents, it is the second most important motive.
Some of the side effects associated with non-medical steroids use were chronic liver damage, heart problems, and changes in secondary sexual characteristics, not to mention increased aggression, depression, irritability and mood swings.
A group of researchers obtained survey samples from a group of Norwegian high school students age 15 to 19 and conducted the study within a four-year period.
Results showed that involvement in power sports, frequent alcohol intoxication; cannabis use, sexual debut before the age of 15 and previous AAS use were indicators of future AAS use.
Researchers also found that males are more likely to use AAS than females.
Young age is also one predictor of anabolic androgenic steroid use.
This research is actually the first to conduct studies on predictors of future AAS use.