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In Roger Clemens Trial, Congressional Investigator Defends 2008 Hearing

A lead congressional investigator in the Roger Clemens case on Monday defended the propriety of the February 2008 hearing at which the former Major League Baseball star denied using performance enhancing drugs during his career. Phil Barnett, who was the...
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