List of charges in USA vs. Roger Clemens

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List of charges in USA vs. Roger Clemens

From Comcast SportsNetThe specific charges against Roger Clemens in U.S. District Court relating to his sworn deposition to the staff of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Feb. 5, 2008, and his testimony before the committee on Feb. 13, 2008:Count 1) Obstructed Congress when he:(1) Said in his deposition he never used human growth hormone.(2) Said in his deposition he never spoke to Brian McNamee about using HGH.(3) Said in his deposition of HGH "I couldn't tell you the first thing about it."(4) Testified at the hearing he had never taken HGH.(5) Said in his deposition he had never used steroids.(6) Testified at the hearing he had never taken steroids.(7) Said in his deposition McNamee injected him with vitamin B12.(8) Said in his deposition "four or five needles" of B12 would be "already lined up ready to go" in the trainers' room after games.(9) Testified at the hearing McNamee injected him with vitamin B12.(10) Said in his deposition McNamee injected him with lidocaine.(11) Testified at the hearing McNamee injected him with lidocaine.(12) Testified at the hearing Andy Pettitte "misheard" or "misremember(ed)" that Clemens told Pettitte in 1999 or 2000 that Clemens had taken HGH.(13) Said in his deposition McNamee injected Clemens' wife Debbie inside Clemens' home in Houston without Clemens' prior knowledge or approval.(14) Said in his deposition he had "no idea" George Mitchell wanted to talk with him for his steroids investigation.(15) Said in his deposition he was not at Jose Canseco's house on or about June 9, 1998.Count 2) Made false statements in his deposition when he denied using HGH.Count 3) Made false statements in his deposition when he denied using steroids.Count 4) Made false statements in his deposition when he said McNamee injected him with vitamin B12 four-to-six times in 1998 in Toronto and in New York.Count 5) Committed perjury when he testified at the hearing he had never received HGH from McNamee.Count 6) Committed perjury when he testified at the hearing he had never taken steroids.

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