Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Bonds Day 10: Lab Workers And Inaudible Tapes

((HT: KGO-TV))

Prosecutors are now arguing that the jury should hear the newly discovered-very old-secretly recorded Steve Hoskins tape recording of him and Bonds' orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Ting, allegedly discussing steroids back in 2003.

Much of the recording is inaudible, but the prosecution says there is enough on the tape to undercut Ting's testimony that he never had a conversation with Hoskins about Bonds and steroids.

U.S. District Judge Susan Illston says that her preliminary view was that much of the recording was inadmissible or irrelevant.

So much for that idea...
UCLA lab workers are supposed to be on the stand next talking about the analysis of a 2004 urine sample that was tested two years later in Los Angeles.

Who knew pee had a half-life...

Here's the morning report...

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