- — Tabakman Law (@TabakmanLaw)Mon, Jun 18 2012 20:45:45
- — Karen Townsend (@penguinponders)Mon, Jun 18 2012 21:08:48Clemens not known as emotional guy. That was telling of the stress released after 5 yrs of this battle for him. Then group hug with family.
- There was joy,
- — Fabio's World (@FABIOMAKINMOVES)Mon, Jun 18 2012 21:38:39I'm glad that Roger Clemens was not found guilty of using steroids Cause if he was guilty then the 05 Astros pennant probably be taken away
- — José Rodriguez (@JoseeRozay)Mon, Jun 18 2012 21:31:09Roger Clemens is the best pitcher of all time in my book. Steroids or no steroids he was a very talented baseball player.
- — Terrence DeVault (@TerrenceDeVault)Mon, Jun 18 2012 22:51:29I'm happy with the #Clemens verdict. He never got caught. The rat he was dealing with got caught. Dropped Rogers name. But kept Roger's $$$.
- Many people focused on the cost of the trail,
- — Chris Jackson (@ChrisCJackson)Mon, Jun 18 2012 22:48:35I think the government should issue individual $300 tax refunds like in Futurama as an apology for the Clemens and John Edwards trials.
- — Robert Mitchell (@RLM1979)Mon, Jun 18 2012 22:30:14Roger Clemens found not guilty. 2012 financial meltdown, 2 wars and they're going after people for cheating at throwing a ball.
- There was some speculation about the Hall of Fame, attempts at humor, and other thoughts
- — Edward Gonzalez (@edwardg89)Mon, Jun 18 2012 21:55:13Roger Clemens took steroids for years while playing games; Pete Rose betted on games for 2 months, yet he can never enter the HoF.
- — Nuckin' Futjob (@thislawthatlaw)Mon, Jun 18 2012 22:51:31Clemens, Bonds, Sosa all become eligible for #halloffame next year, along with Mike Piazza, (nearly hit by his bat by roid-enraged Clemens)
- — Marc Rogers (@Whiskey_Nelson)Mon, Jun 18 2012 22:38:528 weeks, 2-3 million spent and Roger Clemens is acquitted. Now maybe the government will focus on something important, like Lance Armstrong.
Tweets of the Day: June 18, 2012
After a long trial Roger Clemens was acquitted of all six counts of lying to Congress. Texans react to the news.