An eleven-year-old boy may have just struck out pitching legend Roger Clemens. Photos have surfaced from a party given by Jose Canseco in 1998 — taken by one of the children. They purportedly show Clemens at the party, which Clemens vehemently denied in sworn testimony in hearings on the use of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball. Baseball legend Jose Canseco may also be at risk in this disclosure.
Canseco also swore in an affidavit that Clemens did not attend the party and insisted that he never heard Clemens even mention such drugs during their long association. It was testimony offered to rebut the statements of Clemens’ former trainer Brian McNamee.
According to McNamee, Clemens first discussed the use of steroids after McNamee saw Canseco and Clemens at a June 1998 party.
This type of evidence is not welcomed news for Clemens who is thought to be under criminal investigation. He has sued McNamee for defamation, click here
If indicted, his decision to testify without immunity may be viewed as one of the great legal blunders in congressional investigations, click here.
What is clear is that future Conseco parties will be strictly adults-only.
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