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Former major league pitcher Roger Clemens was found not guilty Monday on all charges of lying to Congress in 2008, the latest blow to the government's prosecution of athletes for allegedly using performance-enhancing substances.

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How do we get them to stop wasting money on this stuff?
Why are they in the business of policing baseball anyway?
Doesn't the government have better things to worry about than frickin baseball players?? I coulda built a nice damn mansion for what they spent on this crap.
Congress calling somebody else a liar, now that's funny!!
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