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FBI and IRS Agents Raid Home in Slugger Barry Bonds Case

Trial is approaching and the feds are trying to put the hammer on Barry Bonds. Was the latest action a fishing expedition? We’ll soon find out when trial begins March 2 at 8:30  a.m.

By PAUL ELIAS
Associated Press Writer
SAN FRANCISCO — Some 20 federal agents on Wednesday morning raided the home of the mother-in-law of Barry Bonds’ personal trainer Greg Anderson.
Madeleine Gestas and her daughter Nicole Anderson, the trainer’s wife, are the target of a tax investigation that Anderson’s lawyer said is aimed at pressuring the trainer to testify at Bonds’ upcoming perjury trial.
Bonds, baseball’s career home run leader and a seven-time MVP, has pleaded not guilty to charges he lied to a federal grand jury in 2003 when he denied knowingly using performance-enhancing drugs.
“Even the mafia spares the women and children,” said attorney Mark Geragos, who represents Anderson.
Lead prosecutor Matthew Parrella didn’t immediately return a telephone call Wednesday.
Geragos said he believes the raid was in response to his refusal to tell prosecutors whether Anderson would testify. Geragos said he ignored a letter faxed to his Los Angeles office Monday by prosecutors that asked about Anderson’s plans for the Bonds’ trial.
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