Cle­mens back; com­mit­tee shown pho­tos of steroids

The Covington News - - Sports -

WASH­ING­TON — While Roger Cle­mens wrapped up his day of door-to-door lob­by­ing Congress, Brian McNamee’s at­tor­neys pre­sented two color pho­to­graphs of nee­dles, vials of testos­terone and other ev­i­dence turned over to the gov­ern­ment that they said Thurs­day will prove the for­mer per­sonal trainer in­jected the star pitcher with per­for­mance en­hancers.

McNamee headed straight for the exit, not speak­ing a word to re­porters, when he emerged from a seven-hour de­po­si­tion with lawyers from the House Com­mit­tee on Over­sight and Gov­ern­ment Re­form. His at­tor­neys wouldn’t dis­cuss the de­po­si­tion, but they did talk at length about the pic­tures they showed the com­mit­tee for the first time.

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