In keeping up with Roger Clemens' case, here's an article from ESPN explaining what will happen next in the developing story:
Brian McNamee's attorney, Earl Ward, defended his client's asking for immunity to testify before Congress and suggested that if Roger Clemens were to contradict McNamee's testimony, the pitcher likely would be indicted for lying under oath.
The source also told Quinn that Hardin is making "noises" about not turning over a taped conversation between McNamee and two investigators for Hardin's office recorded Dec. 12, the day before the Mitchell report was released. A source told Quinn all the issues surrounding Clemens' potential testimony will be raised Monday when Hardin meets with committee staffers in Washington, D.C.
McNamee's lawyers keep hinting there is additional evidence to back his account but won't go into details.
"We've always said there will be clear corroboration," Emery said. "Clear corroboration exists. And I won't say anything more."