Lawyer says he has evidence of wrongdoing in Bonds probe
The attorney for Barry Bonds said Thursday he is prepared to go public with information that raises questions about the government's investigation of the baseball star unless interim U.S. Attorney Scott Schools takes what he deems appropriate action. A good place to start, he suggested, would be the dismissal of grand jury proceedings against Bonds.
Michael Rains, attorney for Bonds, declined to reveal what evidence of potential wrongdoing he's discovered, other than to confirm that he's provided ...
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