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SBD/Issue 205/Law & Politics
Federal Grand Jury Dismissed Without Indicting Barry Bonds
Published July 21, 2006
|Grand Jury Dismissed
Without Indicting Bonds
GIANT PROBLEM? Giants Managing General Partner Peter Magowan said that the investigation into Bonds “was not necessarily a burden to the organization, but conceded a conclusion to it would be welcome.” Magowan: “Until he is indicted, if he is, nothing really has changed from where it’s been. I think all of us would like to see a resolution. I mean, everybody in baseball. I’m sure the commissioner would like to see one, I’m sure Barry would like to see one, I’m sure our fans would like to see one” (L.A. TIMES, 7/21).