Originally Posted by Highlifeman21
That being said, the only logical next step for Clemens to continue to assert his innocence is by suing someone over this. Who, I don't exactly know. But he's gotta sue someone.
Or... take a lie detector test administered by a 3rd party. The tests might not be 100% accurate, but I am sure most experts will tell you that they are pretty darn good. Do this and pass... I will start believing. As a matter of fact, have 3 or 4 companies that do these tests give it to ya. Makes it more believable when multiple companies show that you are innocent. Once you pass, then sue away and I hope you win the case.
Sounds simple to me. These players have the time and I'd guess that MLB will pay (they can afford it) for the test in order to clear the names of those that are innocent. Sounds simple to me. However, I won't hold my breath waiting for those who claim innocence to do it. Why not? I have an idea.