Bonds story to be continued
SAN FRANCISCO -- It began as expected. The grand jurors got off the elevator around 9 a.m., filing into a room guarded by federal marshals. The people who would decide Barry Bonds' future were all different races and ages. Most were women.
Dozens of reporters stood around on the 17th floor, waiting for someone to announce an indictment. So far, so good.
Only, less than a half-hour into their meeting, the jurors went back to the elevators. Without an indictment. After two grand juries ...
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