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By adamg - 8/2/09 - 12:45 pm

The Globe Spotlight team reports.

By adamg - 3/12/08 - 9:19 am

The Globe injects the news:

As many as a dozen officers have been summoned to appear before a federal grand jury investigating steroid use and after-hours parties in the Boston Police Department - an offshoot of a probe that led to the convictions of three patrolmen last year, according to three law enforcement officials familiar with the case.

By tblade - 9/1/07 - 4:12 pm

Yes: any substance that has harmful effects on a players’ health should be banned. And Harrison should be punished for breaking the rules. And I’d love to see harmful steroids and supplements eliminated.

First, many of us break the rules every day - stealing from work, lying on taxes, speeding, intentionally running red lights, watching or listening to copyrighted material online, bloging at work thus stealing company time, etc, and no one calls us "liars, cheaters, and thieves" - yet we are.

By adamg - 6/22/06 - 10:45 pm

Now that a marginal player from back in the day has admitted to shooting up (to a non-local media outlet), David Scott wonders if the local papers will do some investigative work:

... The Steroids Scandal has been barely played out in Boston and that needs to change.

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