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“Zero,” Laveroni replied.
The government’s rebuttal witnesses included two who already had testified in the trial. FBI toxicologist Cynthia Morris-Kukoski countered a defense expert’s opinions about the waste McNamee said he stored in and around a crumpled beer can after an alleged steroids injection of Clemens in 2001. The defense has repeatedly referred to the evidence as “garbage.”
“One man’s garbage,” Morris-Kukoski’s said, “is another man’s find.”
The combative nature of the trial was exemplified by the testimony of Ed Blake, a DNA expert from Forensic Analytical Sciences. Blake took issue with some of the opinions expressed by the defense’s DNA expert. That drew several challenges from Clemens lawyer Michael Attanasio during cross-examination.
“You’re trying to confuse this jury,” Blake told Attanasio. “And you’re trying to confuse me.”
• AP sports writer Joseph White contributed to this report.
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