When President Bush mentioned steroids in his State of the Union, people wondered why he seemed interested in an unfolding criminal case involving a California drug lab and some of the country's best-known athletes. Now, J. Tony Serra, who's defending San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds' personal trainer, says he's figured it out. Serra says the government is rushing to trial and wants to get convictions so Bush can use the case to help win re-election.
Tony at the Bat
May 7, 2004
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