Indictments Issued in Sports Steroids Scandal A California federal grand jury hands down a 42-count indictment against four men who allegedly ran an illegal steroid-distribution network. The men include the founder of BALCO, a controversial San Francisco laboratory, and the personal trainer for baseball superstar Barry Bonds. Crusaders against doping in sports praise the action. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.
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Indictments Issued in Sports Steroids Scandal

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Indictments Issued in Sports Steroids Scandal

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A California federal grand jury hands down a 42-count indictment against four men who allegedly ran an illegal steroid-distribution network. The men include the founder of BALCO, a controversial San Francisco laboratory, and the personal trainer for baseball superstar Barry Bonds. Crusaders against doping in sports praise the action. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.

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