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If feds thought they could convict, they'd indict

There is only one reason Barry Bonds was not indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday, Roger Cossack says. The feds must believe they do not have enough evidence to convict him.

Updated: July 21, 2006, 1:44 AM ET
By Roger Cossack | ESPN.com

There can be only one reason Barry Bonds wasn't indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday: The feds must believe they don't have enough evidence to convict him.

The prosecutor only had to show that a crime was committed, then present a reason to believe that Bonds is the one who committed it. I think the problem the feds have is that their case is problematic without the testimony of Greg Anderson, Bonds' former personal trainer -- especially in San Francisco, where Bonds is greatly admired.

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