"I found my first source in a supplement store without online help," he told Mic . "Traditionally, people would be approached by the shady bodybuilder in a gym for steroid sales, and who knows what kind of quality that product is, not to mention what kind of information is available through him." Because of the Internet, he argued, today's steroid users are more intelligent. Moreover, the quality, purity and reliability of steroids are improving. More drugs are "what the label actually says" they are, Eric said. Subreddits like SteroidSourceTalk — "the cooler, gayer cousin of /r/steroids" — provide comprehensive reviews of steroid vendors. They put more power and resources in the buyer's hands.
Kelly’s sentence was 2 – consecutive sentences of 3 to 13 years for arson, battery with a deadly weapon resulting in significant harm. Her earliest eligible release is in 2015 as she serves out her sentence at the Florence McClure Women’s Correctional Facility in Nevada. Meanwhile, Craig Titus was convicted in 2008 with Murder in the Second Degree, Arson in the First Degree, and Kidnapping in the First Degree. His sentence was 21 to 55 years behind prison and he’s serving out his sentence at both Ely Nevada Correctional Facility and under special supervision due to his erratic mental state and ability to overpower prison personnel.
Last week, Joe Morgan sent a letter to voters lobbying for them to keep steroid users out of the Hall of Fame. This is the most transparent evidence we've seen of the Hall's gerrymandering to keep Clemens and Bonds, in particular, from being elected. Given that many performance-enhancing drug users have already been inducted, the Hall of Fame's targeting of those two players (and Sosa and McGwire) seems strange -- particularly for an institution that had long served as a museum, impartial in presenting history. The folks who oversee the place will have to make their own peace with the decision to publicly demonize a very small handful of players for the sins of generations of baseball PED users.