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|ON THE RECORD: MILES WERRE|
Click on the links below to hear excerpts of Mike Fish's interviews with Miles Werre:
A gift from a friend: Werre says he received a package of designer steroids from Patrick Arnold.
Under oath: Werre describes his role in the government probe of BALCO.
A virtual friendship: Meeting Patrick Arnold on a bodybuilding message board was kind of like Internet dating, Werre says. Well, sort of.
A legal gray area: Werre admits to being involved in the BALCO scheme, but claims he didn't do anything illegal.
As easy as cake: Werre describes how easy it is to mix designer steroids.
|ON THE RECORD: VICTOR CONTE|
|Victor Conte, the man who founded BALCO and supplied illegal performance-enhancing drugs to some of the world's greatest athletes, went to prison Thursday. ABC News' "Nightline" joined Conte on the drive to the minimum-security prison in Taft, Calif., where he will serve a four-month term. It was one year ago when Conte, in an interview with Martin Bashir on ABC News' "20/20" and in a first-person story in ESPN The Magazine, revealed the names of athletes he supplied with supplements. On Thursday's broadcast, Conte shared his views with Bashir on the recent congressional hearings, baseball's new drug-testing policy, and how athletes are still able to beat the system today. Click here to see Bashir's report. In an interview with ESPN.com's Mike Fish, Conte rebuts popular opinion that he snitched on accomplices and athletes in hopes of landing a lighter sentence.|