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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:14 min | 3 weeks ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"Although by 1998, people were kind of forgetting that he was the best player in baseball. The focus the spotlight has left Barry Bonds a little bit by the time we get to 98. And then in 98, it entirely shifts away from him. And he has another great year. He's always great. He hits 37 home runs. I think he finishes in the top 5 for the MVP balloting again. Top ten and yet he's looking around, and he's saying, wow, somebody hit 33 home runs more than I hit? You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out, of course what was going on in baseball. So Maguire and so so they are these national global sensations. They are credited with saving the game of baseball after the strike in 94 as well. But of course, Jeremy, what happens next is that Barry Bonds shows up to spring training in 99 in and he looks different. The way he appeared, the way his body had changed. The way he performed at that age when normal human bodies are eroding, they're falling apart. What was the reaction like at that point, Jeremy? There was a lot of naivete, right? Among those, including me who were covering the game at that point. It wasn't immediately assumed like, oh, he's bigger. He must be doing this. I'm sure there were many people who did. I don't remember what I thought I was in around him at that time. But it was like, boy, he got big. Maybe it's just andro. Who knows who was saying that, but you couldn't miss the physical transformation that was taking place. We'd have to wait a little while to see how much his game had transformed. But physically, it was apparent, and it would become more apparent than Barry Bonds had decided at this age that he was going to show up with a different kind of body that he'd ever had before. So this is now almost 20 years ago, Jeremy. That's how old we are now. But over the next 5 seasons, after dealing with some injuries in 99, this is when this is when he transcends space and time, right? This is when he breaks Mark McGuire's single season home run record. This is when he wins four straight MVPs. What do you even compare Perry bonds to over that stretch of time? Look, there's no comparison, right? I mean, I'm a baseball stats geek. But I never thought anybody would ever come close to the 8 47 and 8 46 slugging percentages that Babe Ruth put up in 1920 and 1921. They're basically a hundred points higher maybe they also had Barry Bonds slugs 8 63 in 2001. He hit 73 home runs. Next year he bets three 70. We're talking about 68 intentional walks. In 2004, okay? That's the year that he's turning 40. The season in which he turns 40, he has a 6 O 9 on base percentage. Walks more than 200 times. The things he was doing were far more extraordinary and unlikely than what Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa did in 1998. So as Barry Bonds is breaking records and he's doing it under a shadow that did not that did not dampen the enthusiasm for Maguire and Sosa. Let's be clear about that too. Bond is doing this as there is increased skepticism, Jeremy. How would you characterize the changing attitudes around performance enhancing drugs in sports and in baseball specifically in American culture at this time? Everybody's over the Maguire so so home run chase hangover and that feel good story, has started to sour or entirely soured. Four month old milk. Now the blinders are off, right? And so when Barry Bonds is doing these things in O one O two O three O four, there is a skepticism and there is a cynicism by the way, it turned out to be justified. And by the way, some of this is happening as he is in the middle of this enormous steroids investigation that's going on out in the Bay Area, the Bay Area, laboratory cooperative balco, Victor Conti, all that stuff. He's right in the middle of this. So he's doing these things while he is under this cloud of suspicion and so it's being processed in a different way. But it's still absolutely mind boggling. What he's doing. So this is where the media, I mean, where we become a character, Jeremy. As bonds is being called to testify about his relationship with Victor Conti, his nutritionist. Greg Anderson, his trainer, as he's now in the center of this congressional probe and the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting on grand jury testimony, the media, we're here for all of this. No doubt about it. Bonds testifies in December of 2003. I think it's 365 days later that the San Francisco Chronicle breaks the story huge news with bonds grand jury testimony in which he says that he did use these substances, the cream and the clear that were designer steroids created by balco, he did use them, but he was told that they were flaxseed oil and a bomb for arthritis. And I mean, I remember having these discussions, you know, you know, in our shows on ESPN, what does it mean? How do we now assess Barry Bonds? All that stuff, as everyone was in sports because, you know, he's not just now in possession of the single season home run record. He is homing in on the all time home run record. And the media confronts him the first time they have a chance to three months later, spring training 2005 and it's an extraordinary moment. I do think so much scrutiny comes from the fact that you're about to pass David. Babe Ruth is one of the greatest baseball players ever and Babe Ruth ain't black either. Hi, I'm black. Black, we go through a little bit more. That's the truth. He says that as a black player in the game, being covered by largely white media, he is not being given the same benefit of the doubt that others were given, he basically says, without saying it in these words, you guys know what was going on in the game. All you guys lied. All of y'all. Should you have asterisk behind your name? When your closets clean, they come clean somebody else's..

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Reveal

Reveal

02:21 min | 4 months ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Reveal

"Commissioner wasn't even there. The president never called the spell of the home run race had been broken. The magic had run out. Bonds was a black man in a whitewash sport and fans held him to a different standard. Think about it mcgwire. Bonds both looked as if they were taking steroids when they broke the record but only with bonds with people willing to see that possibility to let it ruin the moment his sports writer howard bryant the public say okay. We're done celebrating celebrating because it was bonds for they done celebrating because he was black where they done celebrating because this particular. Yeah it was probably all the today. We're looking back at baseball's steroid era with our partners from a legion of sports. Their new podcast crushed. Looks at what happens when your love of a sport is built on a major league lie. Joan mason host of crushed brings us back to the summer. It all started to unravel in the summer of two thousand one jeff. Novitsky was glued to his television. A lifelong fan of bay area sports. He couldn't believe what he was. Seeing from barry bonds he was baseball royalty. The son of a giants legend the godson of hall of famer. Willie mays he'd been the best player in baseball for more than a decade ever. Since he was a speedy live five to a player who could do anything everything but over the past few years bonds had remade his game and his body. he was a home run machine so novitsky wedged himself into the packed stands and san francisco anytime he could score a ticket. He kept showing up for games standing with the crowd to cheer bonds hoping for a new home run king but the next year things became complicated. You see novitsky was an ira special agents and in two thousand two. He got a tip about the case that would make his career father's really good friend. The high school track and field coach in the san francisco bay area and he actually just a casual conversation. Started talking about this place in burlington california called laboratories falco. It stood for the bay area laboratory cooperative and claimed to.

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Flooding before you address. Have to deal with the flooding before you address the problems that led to the flood of the first place. It's very, very hard to tell all these people that are getting money from stimulus that they shouldn't be getting it. In addition to that, You have a situation of divided government and one of the keys to any negotiation is to know when you're in a position of strength and you're in a position of weakness. The Republicans laid out their priorities in this negotiation, and even though the bill is filled with pork, there's a lot of things the Democrats didn't get. They wanted the bailout for the big cities and for the states, they didn't get that. The Democrats wanted the super giant stimulus, not because they wanted to have big checks sent out to the American public. They wanted a bailout. California They wanted a bailout. Illinois They wanted a bailout. New YORK Well, Mitch McConnell in the Republicans held firm and said, We're not going to do that. So a lot of the pork that they wanted to get Was it did there, but a lot of other pork is And it's all tied into the same giant bill. There's two ways to look at this. If you're a member of Congress, If you're in the house, you're in the Senate. You can, Despite the fact that there's a bunch of pork in it, vote for it knowing that hey, if it doesn't pass, we get nothing. Including some of the things that are in here that I actually like. Or you could vote No knowing that it's gonna pass anyway, so you can get up and bragged that you voted no. Ron Johnson gets a lot of grief for this. He voted no. A lot of people say rides a phony. Because he knew full well that it was going to pass that his. Nobody was 92 to 7 in the Senate. So he gets the boat now. Knowing full well that it's going to pass, so therefore nobody's mad at him for voting. No, because it all passed. There's no correct answer right this Let me tell you how giant this bill is. I mean, it's the omnibus spending bill that funds the government that was the that was the companion, and it creates all of the stimulus. I may have told you that there was an effort. In Congress that a lot of us in horse racing of working on forever and ever and ever and ever. We're trying to clean up horse racing. Good, which is a sport that has a lot of cheaters, said it trainers. Inventor cheat with drugs and the whole problem with it is is that the regulatory level at the state level they don't know how to they do testing for If a horse is a little bit too much of a pain killer, and all that doesn't it's the same problem that you had with regard to cycling. They were testing for substances that they knew about that really didn't have anything to do with performance enhancement. Performance enhancement often comes from things that you don't even know what a test for because they're often created in the lab. Just as with baseball. Remember the lab in San Francisco Bay Area Laboratory Corporation think BALCO. That's the one that bonds that all of the others use Belco but invent a synthetic steroid. It wasn't the actual steroid, but it was. It had the exact same properties. But if you tested for the steroid, you come up negative because it was manufactured in the lab they had, you know, one molecule different. It wouldn't test positive in the moment they became aware that they change off to something else. And horse racing. People use all sorts of medications that have nothing to do with the medication but have other effects where people don't even know to test for them because you don't know what the cheaters they're using. The whole thing with Lance Armstrong. People say he never passed the drug test drug tester often useless. They often don't detect cheaters. They're all sorts of people that we know that have cheated, inhuman sports that have never tested positive. They're simply using things that we don't know to test for. It's a big problem in horse racing. I mean, we catch a few people with drugs, but it's often minor stuff, and it's often just a mistake that you know a legitimate medication to help a horse with a sore throat didn't clear it system by the time that he ran a race, it's not allowable thing, but it's not the larger picture, so a lot of people have been pushing in horse racing. Get the U. S Anti Doping agency in charge of policing the sport. This is the organization that Cleaned up swimming. It cleaned up gymnastics. It clear that the world anti doping is what the Olympics use and it cleaned up cycling. U S Anti doping agency was the agency that caught Lance Armstrong. The guy that runs it. Travis Tiger believes that you don't catch people through testing. You believed catch people thrill putting together cases trying to develop sources. See if you can get people to share information. Try to encourage wiretapping if you can come up with a case that would go to the federal government because criminal activity occurs. All this stuff is illegal. If you're cheating in an event on which wagering occurs interstate, it's a federal felony. I mean, so people have been in horse racing. I'm taking too long displays haven't push any of the U. S Anti doping agency involved in not these rinky dink state. Racing commissions that have all these different rules and so forth and ended up a lot of this cheating to take place. Well, there's a lot of resistance to this bill and many people in horse racing. Trainers in the veteran areas that people that do the cheating they were against the reforms. Well, slowly but surely a consensus developed toward passing this thing and Requires federal legislation because it meant that the state racing agencies were no longer in charge of racing that you had to create. Respect. It isn't for the U. S. And I don't big agency to be involved in the overall scheme of things Nobody cares other than people involved in horse racing. Well there at the end of the legislative session. Believe they threw this into the stimulus bill. It's him there. It's gonna pass anyway. Hardly. Anybody in Congress was opposed to it. But rather than have 97 trillion votes and have one guy, hold it up one thing, so this thing is filled with everything under the sun. So you say, even it's in.

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on KTOK

"Now the o'reilly update brings you something you might not know fourteen years ago today baseball player Barry Bonds hit his seven hundred fifteenth home run breaking baby Bruce long time record one year later bonds would pass Hank Aaron becoming the top home run hitter of all time the San Francisco Giants outfielder was huge superstar but today bonds is in relative seclusion the day after Barry Bonds broke Ruth's record the word steroids and performance enhancing drugs were all over the news publications lined up to take shots at the new home run king the New York Post went with quote junk bonds baseball's worst kept secret was on a leash in two thousand three federal agents raided the offices of the San Francisco company called the bay area laboratory cooperative an anonymous tip claim the place of pushing performance enhancing drugs steroids to dozens of ball players its list of clients featured a lineup that included Barry Bonds to this day bonds did not this is taking steroids telling a grand jury never knowingly took in a legal drug that claim resulted in a perjury trial he was found guilty but appealed and won the appeal charges were dropped Barry Bonds retired in two thousand seven after twenty two seasons he won seven M. V. P. a warts and played in fourteen all star games an impressive list even before you add most home runs ever but bonds will never be inducted into the hall of fame and he's not the only one mark McGwire Sammy Sosa Roger Clemens Cooperstown will not be calling them anytime soon because all been accused of abusing steroids and here's something else you might not know before the bond scandal Major League Baseball had no official steroid policy owners unveiled a series of reforms after the steroid bonds thing the first time a players caught now eighty game suspension second time full season third time you're out of there three strikes and you are gone from Major League Baseball some fans believe that Barry Bonds and others should be in the hall of fame I do not if you cheat and I know there wasn't a steroid policy but taking drugs to boost your performance is cheating so if you cheat you should not be rewarded back after this when you venture outside face coverings may be required in the kind of face cover you use matters a lot the.

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Later today president trump will be signing an executive order relating to social media companies the White House said the president would be using his executive authority as it pertains to social media companies word of the executive order came as Mr trump sharply criticized Twitter for putting a fact check warning on two of his tweets this week he complained that the company is interfering in the twenty twenty election and is trying to silence conservative voices what else correspondent Greg Clugston with that report also a town hall dot com China's legislature has endorsed a national security law for Hong Kong BBC correspondent James Robbins reporting on objections raised by the US Britain Canada and Australia to the action it doesn't look as if the Chinese are necessarily going to back down dot we've only seen Walton not cool the decisive steps taken by Beijing in other words they still have to put flesh on a detailed draw off tool the principal all of reining in Hong Kong all the imposing a security apparatus on it from China that hasn't yet been put in place but these four countries are hoping they could still be talked back from the brink of national people's Congress approved the bill the vote was two thousand eight hundred seventy eight to one with the six of sanctions in line with the high profile but largely ceremonial bodies custom of near unanimous support for all legal changes but are decided by the ruling Communist Party this just in the Boston marathon has been cancelled the race had been postponed from April to September fourteenth because of the pandemic but is now cancelled altogether on Wall Street the Dow had one hundred twenty eight points now the S. and P. is up twenty four more on these stories at town hall dot com now the o'reilly update brings you something you might not know fourteen years ago today baseball player Barry Bonds hit his seven hundred fifteenth home run breaking Babe Ruth's longtime record one year later bonds would pass Hank Aaron becoming the top home run hitter of all time the San Francisco Giants outfielder was huge superstar but today bonds is in relative seclusion the day after Barry Bonds broke Ruth's record the word steroids and performance enhancing drugs were all over the news publications lined up to take shots at the new home run king the New York Post went with quote junk bonds baseball's worst kept secret was on a leash in two thousand three federal agents raided the offices of the San Francisco company called the bay area laboratory cooperative an anonymous tip claim the places pushing performance enhancing drugs steroids to dozens of ball players its list of clients featured a lineup that included Barry Bonds to this day bonds did not this is taking steroids telling a grand jury never knowingly took in a legal drug that claim resulted in a perjury trial he was found guilty but appealed and won the appeal charges were dropped Barry Bonds retired in two thousand seven after twenty two seasons he won seven M. V. P. awards and played in fourteen all star games an impressive list even before you add at most home runs ever but bonds will never be inducted into hall of fame and he's not the only one mark McGwire Sammy Sosa Roger Clemens Cooperstown will not be calling them anytime soon because all been accused of abusing steroids and here's something else you might opt out before the bond scandal Major League Baseball had no official steroid policy owners unveiled a series of reforms after the steroid bonds thing the first time a players caught now eighty game suspension second time full season third time you're out of there three strikes and you are gone from Major League Baseball some fans believe that Barry Bonds and others should be in the hall of fame I do not if you cheat and I know there wasn't a steroid policy but taking drugs to boost your performance is cheating so if you cheat you should not be rewarded back after this when you venture outside face coverings may be required in the kind of face cover you use matters a lot the boomer naturals protective face cover.

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He is the founder and president of the Bay Area Laboratory cooperative better known as Valco and he developed the banned steroid. T H G with the help of bodybuilding chemist. Patrick Arnold now pursuant to a plea bargain struck with prosecutors. He entered guilty pleas in July of two thousand five to one count of conspiracy to distribute steroids and a second count of laundering portion of a check. He was sentenced to spend four months in prison. And another four on house arrest in an interview with Martin Bashir of ABC's twenty twenty. He admitted to running dough programs which have broken Olympic records as well as revealing that and the quote is the whole history of the Games is just full of corruption. Cover up performance enhancing drug use in an interview implicated among others five time. Olympic. Gold Medalist Marion Jones. And her partner. Tim Montgomery Kelly White who later then admitted to using performance enhancing drugs British athlete. Dwain Chambers and NFL player Bill Romanowski. He has written a book called Balch. Oh the straight dope on Barry Bonds. Mary and what we can do to save sports with the CO author. Nason Gendron Victor. What are you trying to do with the book? What would you like to accomplish with this book? Well I offered a prescription for helping to create a more level playing field for the young athletes of the future. That's the basic idea is to present not just to the anti-doping authorities but To The fans as well the adulterated truth regarding the specifics of of how we did what we did. And you know it's a cat and mouse game between the Anti-doping authorities and and the athletes that choose to use drugs and so I decided that I would lay it all out there in great detail regarding the drugs that are being used. The dosages the brands the methods of delivery various techniques that I called duck and dodge. How they they They're allowed to miss tests in any given eighteen month period but how they use this to use anabolic steroids and other drugs in the preparation for major championships. An Olympic sport like world championships and Olympic Games. I would assume that you're a realist now. Having said that what makes you believe that even with this book even telling the authorities what is happening in what can be done actually is going to change anything you know. I have to tell you that. I've been very disappointed with my Excuse me with my attempts at communicating with the United States Anti Doping Agency as well as the World Anti Doping Agency Assad and water I met with Dick Pound in December of two thousand seven before he stepped down as the chairman and I provided him with a lot of specific information and at a later point when I tried to follow up to find out what had been done with that information. I discovered that they just handed it over to what they call the appropriate anti-doping federation in various countries. The problem with that is a lot of the information had to do for example. The countries in the Caribbean and I found out because they didn't have An independent anti-doping Federation that basically. Nothing happened with this information and I was informed that Water basically make rules and has the World Anti Doping Code and they re recruit other federations but They don't do testing and they don't do any type of investigations so all they do is make up rules and pass on information that comes to them. But they're really not much in terms of tracking down leads from people that they would receive like myself or Wayne Chambers for example. I'm going to assume again another realist question. And that is the fact that you would not have gotten into this if you thought you would have gotten caught. That's absolutely true. Even though I didn't know there were risks involved. Okay now having said that knowing how much was going on before you did get caught. What makes you think they can ever catch up and get ahead of this? Well I believe that I have a lot of very good ideas. And and the fact that from two thousand through two thousand and three so basically a four year period I was tap dancing on the forehead of these anti-doping officials Many athletes were using as many as seven or eight or nine different performance enhancing drugs and of course. Nobody was testing positive. And the reason basically as a lot of people know that Finally somebody sent in a sample of referenced To use out of that got passed onto Don Catlin at the Olympic testing laboratory down at UCLA. And if that hadn't happened I don't know that even today there would still not be the use of these undetectable steroids but it was trevor ground. The coach for Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery who for lots of reasons at one point I kick them to the curb so to speak And started working with another group of athletes and It was kind of a East Coast. West Coast Gang War. That went on and they dropped dime on me so to speak and and turned in the material but it was very very hypocritical because Trevor Graham. His many in his camp were also using performance enhancing drugs and had been for many years. Even at that time he'd had at least ten athletes that had tested positive. Let me put this into perspective for justice. Second I mean you know as well as I do the VALCO and you have been the kind of the focal point. Ground Zero for what they say is performance enhancing drugs. But would you already alluded to there? Were athletes already. That were cheating. How much of this going outside going on outside from people beyond balcony? What was it what was happening before? Belco well this has been going on as far as I understand since the nineteen fifties and sixties at at the Olympic level of support. I read a book called drugs or politics that was by Robert. Voy who was the chief medical officer for the United States Olympic Committee up until Nineteen Ninety and thereafter Someone that I've met and chatted with on occasion was Dr Wade. Xm From Nine Hundred Ninety. Three two thousand and in Dhaka Voice Book. He says that were all sorts of positive drug tests. That were covered up. There was corruption and collusion between the testers and the athletes. They were being notified. They were being advised in terms of of the placement of the codes on. A and B samples. And and how to to get these cases tossed out on technicalities Wait extra said that between the decade between ninety and two thousand that There were one hundred positive drug tests fifty of those were covered up by Olympic governing body officials and out of those fifty nineteen were for athletes. That went on to win Olympic gold medals. So there's there's been an entire culture that's been going on for decades before Victor Conte Ever came along. Do you see a correlation and I'm smiling when I think and I hear about what you're saying between what was going on in athletics and also what has been going on in society with the banking meltdown. And what's happened on Wall Street? I mean I I see a direct correlation. I don't see any difference between the two to be honest. You're right you have to look at themselves. They there's you know breast augmentation and people getting those jobs and boob jobs and liposuction and You know a lot of things in terms of getting a better mate or a better job or making more money other. They're cutting corners and even in terms of the pharmacology The number one selling drug in the world is Viagra which is performance enhancement between the sheets in the business world a lot of conservatives are taking PROZAC. They call them the mental steroids. So I am saying in short that that people need to put this in the context of the fact that we're now living in a in a pharmacologically enhanced society. I know a lot of people are going to be listening to this. And they're going to be hearing an anachronism and what I mean by that. Is they're going to say well. Victory Conti must have been this very sophisticated chemist. When your background is anything but that you were involved with music you were involved with our power back in the seventies in the eighties. How does a guy go from music to where you ended up without? Go well when I was in high school and college. I was a track athlete so I always had an interest in performance enhancement and did compete myself through two years of college. Then I made that decision to move to Los Angeles and and become a professional musician. And from nineteen seventy until nineteen eighty-three. I play music On a total of eighteen different albums and CDs as they are called in the seventies there they were. They were albums but I had a couple of kids along the way and I just realized that it's hard at the end. I was playing with jazz pianist. Herbie Hancock and I remember telling my kids goodbye and and leaving for national tour and I was gone for five months and he'd call back and it's very difficult to try to raise kids and be in a different city every day and and travel around the country in the world so I decided to try to find another way to support my family and guy that had went to USC with my cousin have started a laboratory. It was actually on a facility down in Santa Barbara. A doctor Syon originally founded and owned the devising eyedrops corporation. You've got this facility and and put a I it P and a couple of Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometer there. There's many applications what he was doing. It was analyzing where oil they would. Drain the oil from jet engines and then based on the concentration of metals they would know under replace the parts of the didn't have inflight failure but he also knew that there were a few of these less than half a dozen in the United States that were being used in a medical application to analyze a blood and urine samples. So I put together a limited partnership and acquired the exclusive rights to this particular laboratories technology and he started sending abstracts out from about mineral testing and supplementation with athletes most of it from the eastern bloc and it just seemed that I had a knack soon as bacchus started within six months time. I was working with Alberto Salazar. Who At that? Time was a world record in the marathon and had won the New York City Marathon three times and and then shortly thereafter with Matt Biondi who won multiple gold medals at the Olympics and in Korea nineteen eighty-eight. I just started from there and went led to another and pretty soon. I was working with hundreds of elite athletes very interesting insights from Victor Coty the founder and president of Belco The bay area laboratory cooperative. We're talking about performance. Enhancing drugs will also talk more about his book as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on America's sports talk shows sports byline. It has been said that everyone has a book in them. But do you have the time or the ability to write your book. Maybe you picked up some skills or head a life experience that you'll want to pass on in the form of a book to help others. Maybe you WANNA leave autobiography for your family or maybe you built a successful business and you want to share your story at Dorrance Publishing Company. We.

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"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:20 min | 2 years ago

"bay area laboratory" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Is the founder and president of the bay area laboratory cooperative better known as belco, and he developed the banned steroid aids g with the help of bodybuilding chemist. Patrick Arnold now pursuant to a plea bargain struck with prosecutors he entered guilty pleas July of two.

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