Kirk Radomski’s Plea Bargain, Excerpts and Comments

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Kirk Radomski’s Plea Bargain, Excerpts and Comments

The following quotes are taken word for word from Kirk Radomski’s Plea Agreement signed by Radomski, Assistant United States Attorney, Matthew Perrella, and Radomski’s attorney, John Reilly on April 28, 2007.

From section entitled The Defendant’s Promises

Beginning in 1995 and continuing through until December 14, 2005 when a search warrant was executed at my residence, I distributed anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs, including Human Growth Hormone and Clenbuterol, as well as amphetamines, to dozens of current and former Major League Baseball players (on teams spread throughout Major league Baseball) and associates. I deposited the payments for theose anabolic steroids into my personal bank account and I then used the proceeds to finance my residence, which was the base of operation, warehouse, and communication center for my anabolic steroid-dealing business.


During my past employment in Major League Baseball I developed contacts with Major League Baseball players throughout the country to hwom I subsequently distributed anabolic steroids and athletic performance-enhancing drugs. I had personal contact with some of my baseball drug clents, but consultled and conducted drug transactions with others over the telephone and the mail.


On December 7, 2005, I received an order for anabolic steroids that I believed was for a friend of a prior steroid cuastomer who wanted to have the steroids shipped to San Jose, California. I shipped a package containing two vials of deca-durabolin and two vials of testosterone, both anabolic steroids, to the San Jose address. I knew that these items were anabolic steroids and that it was illegal for me to distribute them.


I agree to cooperate with the U.S. Attorney’s Office before and after I am sentenced. My cooperation will include, but will not be limited to, the following:


a. I will respond truthfully and completely to any and all questions put to me, whether in interviews, before a grand jury or at any trial or other proceeding;


b. I will provide all documents and other material asked for by the government;


c. I will testify truthfully at any grand jury, court or other proceeding as requested by the government;

D and E are omitted because they deal with Radomski’s sentencing and his surrendering of assets.

f. I will not reveal my cooperation, or any information related to it, to anyone without prior consent of the government.


g. I will paricipate in undercover activitiesunder the supervision of law enforcement agents of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.


h. I will cooperate with non-governmental anti-doping agencies at the direction of the government. I understand that this cooperation may include interviews, statements, or other proceedings.

Radomski appears to have totally given everything up to the government. He’s already been working with investigators, and though he has promised not to reveal information without the goverment’s consent, a grand jury or the Mitchel Investigation could reveal the scope of his dealings.

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