We're not buying it, Roger

Roger Clemens' "60 Minutes" interview and news conference were predictable, unconvincing and rife with unanswered questions. Story

Updated: January 8, 2008, 8:06 AM ET
By Jemele Hill | Page 2

You didn't believe that, did you?

Fraud-ger Clemens was about as believable as Michael Corleone when he tried to convince Kay he didn't kill Carlo.

Clemens did nothing to exonerate himself in his "60 Minutes" interview with Mike Wallace that aired Sunday night or in his overly defensive news conference Monday.

Anyone who has ever cheated in a relationship knows the best way to hide cheating is out in the open. That seems to be the defense Clemens is running. ...

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