The guvmint’s case against Barold Lamarius Bonds

Playboy’s Jonathan Littman argues against the governments argument for persecuting Bonds et al.:

How did allegations of cheating in sports rise to the level of a federal crime and become a subject considered so critical that everyone from George W. Bush to Senator John McCain wanted to cast a stone at Bonds? Why did whatever Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Marion Jones said (or didn’t say) become worthy of a $55 million federal investigation? Why for more than half a decade did so many miss the hypocrisy and brutal irony of what may one day be looked upon as the biggest put-up job in all of sports? 

 (safe for work, minus the domain). H/t McCovey Chronicles.


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