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Friday, September 22, 2006

The Teflon Bonds

San Francisco Chronicle reporters Mark Fainaru-Wada and Lance Williams are headed to jail for their roles in the Barry Bonds-BALCO steroid case.

Bonds' personal trainer, Greg Anderson, practically lives in the federal penal system now because of his loyalty to Bonds.

So why is Bonds the one walking free, trying to keep his team in the NL wild-card race and why can't the U.S. judicial system find a way to bring him to trial? If not on steroids, than why not take a chance at the reported tax evasion that was made public in one of the two books written about Bonds in the past year.

This guy has more judicial lives than John Gotti. Throw anything up against Bonds' armor-covered body and watch it slide off like pancakes off a griddle. It's enough to make any baseball fan -- and student of the U.S. judicial system -- sick.


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