McNamee deposition exhibit 2
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Evidence in McNamee deposition

McNamee deposition exhibit 2
Brian McNamee presented physical evidence to federal investigators in early January that may implicate Roger Clemens in the performance-enhancing drug controversy. Exhibit 2 from McNamee’s deposition shows a needle, gauze pads, and a beer can that McNamee’s lawyers said contained needles and other items associated with injections. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 4
Exhibit 4 is the dietary supplement SAMe. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 5
McNamee claims to have kept the evidence in Exhibit 5 for seven years out of fear that Clemens would deny use of performance-enhancing drugs if the issue were ever investigated. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 6
Exhibit 6. “He’s a New York City cop -- he thinks in terms of evidence,” said one of McNamee’s lawyers of the trainer’s collection. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 7
Exhibit 7. “This is waste material. . . . He’s a troubled man,” said Clemens’ lawyer on the physical evidence presented. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 8
Exhibit 8. Doping experts say that while steroids could still be detected in an old sample, problems could arise in proving that the traces of DNA and steroids came at the same time. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 9
Exhibit 9. If traces of blood are found on the needles or other evidence, Clemens could be asked by federal investigators to submit a DNA sample. (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
McNamee deposition exhibit 10
Exhibit 10. According to one member of Clemens’ legal team: “Any time that federal authorities make a request [for DNA], we’ll be glad to provide it for them. But they’re going to have to talk to us. It’s not going to be McNamee with a bunch of pictures of waste.” (Committee on Oversight and Government Reform)
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