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A federal jury Wednesday convicted former San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds of one count of obstruction of justice. Jurors had deadlocked 11-1 in favor of convicting Bonds on a count charging him with lying about whether he had been injected by Greg Anderson, his personal trainer.
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Home run king Barry Bonds smiles and flashes a "V" sign to passing children as his lawyer Alan Ruby speaks to the media at the Federal Building in San Francisco on April 13, 2011 A jury convicted Bonds on obstruction of justice charges but hung on the perjury charges . UPI/Terry Schmitt
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