The age of indifference
So, do indictments make us care more that our athletic icons might be pulp-enriched?
Or, as has been the drift to date, do we continue to ignore the BALCO case and the inferences they spark as irrelevant to the show we all crave?
An open question, still.
The grand jury in the BALCO case returned a 120-page, four-way indictment Thursday of the firm's president, Victor Conte, its vice president, James Valente, famed track coach Remy Korchemny, and Barry Bonds' personal trainer, ...
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