Beer Can Evidence Not Just From Clemens, McNamee Tells Jury

Law360, Washington (May 18, 2012, 6:37 PM EDT) -- Roger Clemens' former strength coach Brian McNamee told jurors on Friday that medical waste he had accumulated and stored in a crushed beer can that tied the pitching legend to performance-enhancing drug use contained injection materials for other ballplayers besides Clemens.

Under a third day of cross-examination, McNamee admitted he initially stored a used needle, performance-enhancing drugs and blood-stained cotton balls from an August steroid injection — given to Clemens at his New York apartment — in a crushed Miller Lite beer can he obtained from...
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USA v. CLEMENS


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1:10-cr-00223

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District Of Columbia

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August 19, 2010

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