CNN reported Thursday that the federal government is investigating whether Bonds committed perjury during his grand jury testimony in the BALCO case in 2003.
Multiple sources told CNN that a federal grand jury has been hearing evidence for more than a month about whether Bonds perjured himself during his Dec. 4, 2003, testimony. CNN reporter Ted Rowlands told ESPN Radio on Thursday night that it took a month for the network to get corroborating sources for the story.
The U.S. attorney’s office in San Francisco would neither confirm nor deny to CNN that a grand jury is sitting.
So we have the Balco grand jury testimony, which was leaked, and now someone has leaked that another grand jury is looking to see if Bonds committed perjury.
Not much else to say. The Bonds story is coming to a head now, I think.
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