August 4, 2010 by staff
Barry Bonds, View slugger Barry Bonds was never known for being friendly with reporters, but now is giving money ahead of his trial for perjury.
Bonds foundation of cattle and 20,000 to the National Association of Black Journalists to finance “Entrepreneurship” Award to be named the Bay Area has long Ray Taliaferro station. Donate money rich athletes usually applaud, but this gift is stirring controversy. NABJ member Kenneth Cooper told The Associated Press Bonds is a controversial figure and journalists and their organizations must keep their distance.
The donation comes in the form of bonds is preparing for his trial on federal charges that he lied to a grand jury about steroid use. Bonds is leading the majors’ home run of all time, but their numbers were compiled in a monstrous cloud of suspicion. He was in the center of an investigation into the Bay Area Laboratory Cooperative, which was found to have supplied drugs to improve the performance of professional athletes. In 2003, Bonds’ trainer was indicted and later years that Bonds testified to a grand jury he used a substance he believed was only a balm made of linseed oil but that prosecutors say was a steroid.
A 2006 book. “Game of Shadows”, written by sports reporters Lance Williams and Mark Fainaru-Wada, Bonds allegedly used stanozolol and a host of other steroids.
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