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Topic - Cristina Arguedas
The eight women and four men sat in the jury box for more than 4 1/2 hours Thursday, listening to angry arguments from federal prosecutors and Barry Bonds' attorneys at the end of a 12-day trial that exposed the dark world of baseball's steroids era.
The eight women and four men sat in the jury box for more than 4 1/2 hours, listening to angry arguments from federal prosecutors and Barry Bonds' attorneys at the end of a 12-day trial that exposed the dark world of baseball's Steroids Era.
Kimberly Bell, her voice cracking, looked out at the court room and talked about the final stretch of her nine-year relationship with Barry Bonds.
"They have the power to end careers and to ruin lives," she said to the jury, her voice quavering. "And nobody gets to test that evidence unless they have the wherewithal and internal strength to come to a jury trial - to you."
"This prosecution in its zeal to go after Barry Bonds will forgive anybody anything, including perjury and mortgage fraud," Arguedas said. "They will forgive it if somebody is willing to say something bad about Barry Bonds."