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June 20, 2012

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Java Master

This case should never have been brought to trial. The Justice Department made a grave miscalculation in doing so, especially given the flimsy evidence. Clemens may well have used performance enhancing drugs, but the prosecutors--despite massive resources dedicated to investigating this case--simply were unable to prove their case. It is especially difficult to do so when your DNA evidence comes in a crumpled beer can and your star witnesses, Petite and McNamee, contradict themselves on the stand! Better luck next time?

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