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-- No matter how hard I try in my night-school chemistry classes, for the life of me I still can't figure out a way to not only spike urine samples, but then un-triple-seal that container and re-triple-seal it well enough to fool a lab.
It isn't so long now since Ryan Braun won his appeal and got his 50-game suspension overturned and what he still hasn't explained - even as he apparently thinks his story should be the one in "Les Miserables" — is how Dino Laurenzi Jr. was enough of a scientific genius to do all that.
Spike two samples perfectly.
Un-seal and re-seal the containers.
Fool the testers at the lab.
I mean, if Laurenzi can do all that, he's wasting his time on urine samples, the guy ought to be an art thief figuring out a way to rob the Met.
How did he do it?
And why did he do it?
Here's one more: If Ryan Braun thinks that somebody associated with Major League Baseball tampered with a drug test, how come he didn't call in the FBI first thing?
By the way?
Braun might not have the best lawyer out there, but he does seem to have the loudest in this guy Cornwell.
Cornwell issued a statement the other day saying Laurenzi was trying to "re-litigate" the case.
Laurenzi isn't the one on trial, no matter how much Braun and his lawyer and his agents and crisis managers want him to be.
Braun is the one who tested positive and still hasn't explained to anybody how synthetic testosterone, at high levels, got into his sample.
Because if you believe that Dino Laurenzi put it there, you also believe in the tooth fairy.
The more Braun and his people keep talking, the more they won't shut up, the more legs this story will have.
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