The assistant U.S. attorney says the home run king took steroids to make him strong but couldn't admit it because it was too humiliating. Defense lawyers say the government pursued him because he refused to be intimidated.
A federal prosecutor told jurors in the Barry Bonds perjury trial Thursday that the former San Francisco Giant lied under oath to protect a "powerful secret," but Bonds' lawyers countered that the government relentlessly pursued the home run king because he refused to be intimidated and "subservient."
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