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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Ucla Olympic Analytical Laboratory
Prosecutors began day 10 of the Barry Bonds perjury trial trying to close the loop on the slugger's 2003 urine sample that tested positive for steroids.
A federal judge ruled jurors in the Barry Bonds trial may not hear a freshly rediscovered recording of two key witnesses _ ridiculed by the defense as a "miracle tape" _ as prosecutors rested their case against the home-run king Tuesday after 2 1/2 weeks and 25 witnesses.
Prosecutors in the federal case against Barry Bonds say a key witness has rediscovered the tape of a secretly recorded 15-minute conversation with the slugger's doctor, sparking a fight between the government and defense lawyers over whether the new material can be included at a trial years in the making.
Tears streaming from her eyes, Barry Bonds' former personal shopper became the first and only one of the government's 23 witnesses at his federal trial to say she saw the all-time home run leader getting an injection from his trainer.
As prosecutors moved closer to finishing their case against Barry Bonds, former major league infielder Randy Velarde described meeting the slugger's personal trainer outside spring training ballparks for injections of human growth hormone.