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Ex-Bonds trainer Greg Anderson is set free

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By Anthony Caruso III

Greg Anderson, former Barry Bonds’ trainer, has been ordered to be released by a judge. Anderson was sent to prison on March 22nd, because he refused to testify in the Bonds case.

Anderson was released after the trail was over.

During the trail, the jurors heard about Anderson injecting Bonds. In the tapes, he said, “I move it all over the place,” which is to avoid cysts, according to the trial.

Greg Anderson (Getty Images)

Greg Anderson (Getty Images)

Bonds, who has been alleged to have taken steroids during his years with the San Francisco Giants, was in the court during this trail. The former MVP saw the prosecution play recordings during the trail.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Nedrow also handed out transcripts on Friday from conversations. They were not allowed to take the transcripts to the jury room when they deliberated.

“Everything that I’ve been doing at this point, it’s all undetectable,” Anderson said on the tape. “See, the stuff that I have …. we created it. And you can’t, you can’t buy it anywhere. You can’t get it anywhere else.”

Bonds has been charged with three counts of making false statements to a grand jury in 2003, according to the trial. The documents allege he knowingly received steroids and human-growth hormone’s from Anderson and for ‘saying he only allowed doctors to give him injections.’

He also faces one count of obstruction of justice over those three statements and four others he made to the grand jury that the prosecutors see as misleading or evasive.

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