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By Michael Widlanski
Leveling the battlefield to aid terrorists enables evil to fight on
Topic - Stevie Hoskins
In March 2003, Barry Bonds' business partner and personal trainer stood in front of the slugger's locker in the San Francisco Giants clubhouse and appeared to discuss steroids and needles.
Lawyers for Barry Bonds want to bar slugger Jason Giambi and other former pro athletes from testifying at his perjury trial scheduled to begin March 21.
"Never," he said.
Hoskins says he secretly recorded the conversation in March 2003 to convince Bonds' father that his son was taking steroids.