Since when are the drug dealers NOT the big fish??:
Anthony Bosch found himself in a bathroom stall of a Miami nightclub, drawing blood from Alex Rodriguez with a crowd of party-goers nearby, when he came to the conclusion: “I don’t get paid enough.” In other words, the $12,000 a month that the performance-enhancing-drug peddler was getting from the Yankee star somehow wasn’t worth it. But that didn’t stop him.
The following is a script from “The Case of Alex Rodriguez” which aired on Jan. 12, 2014. Scott Pelley is the correspondent. Michael Radutzky, Emily Rand and Andrew Bast, producers.
Yesterday, Alex Rodriguez, considered one of the best baseball players of all time, was hit with the longest doping suspension in history. After a contentious private hearing, Major League Baseball’s arbitration judge took the Yankee third baseman out of the game all of next season. This, despite the fact that there is no positive drug test for Rodriguez. After the decision, Rodriguez repeated that he has never taken performance-enhancing drugs in the years that he’s played for New York.
Tonight, you are going to hear details of the evidence for the first time — much of it from Anthony Bosch, who ran a secret doping practice for pro athletes. It was last summer, after Bosch was exposed, that Rodriguez and 13 others, all Bosch’s clients, were suspended. All accepted their penalties except Rodriguez who appealed. In Rodriguez’s appeal hearing, Tony Bosch testified for five days, behind closed doors. Tonight, he speaks publicly for the first time.
Since the user has grown to heights of over 100 Million by the use of the drug… that’s when.