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Prosecutor: Roger Clemens Lied to Congress about Drug Use

Steven Durham, a longtime federal prosecutor in Washington, was back in a familiar place Monday afternoon: standing before a jury, recounting the storied sports career of Roger Clemens. Durham called Clemens a fierce competitor, a Major League Baseball pitching great....
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