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Kevin V. Ryan Esq.

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January 2007: "Officials say the removals include... Kevin V. Ryan in San Francisco, who has handled the probe into a lab at the center of a sports doping scandal involving baseball player Barry Bonds and other athletes."


RoleNameTypeLast Updated
Organization Executive (past or present) Justice Department/Department of Justice (DOJ) Organization Jan 31, 2007
Opponent (past or present) Barry Bonds Person Jan 31, 2007
Opponent (past or present) Subordinate of (past or present) Alberto R. Gonzales Esq. Person Jan 31, 2007

Articles and Resources

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Apr 28, 2007 Former Mets Employee Sold Steroids To Players

QUOTE: A former employee of the New York Mets admitted to distributing a variety of performance-enhancing drugs, including anabolic steroids and human growth hormone, to dozens of Major League Baseball players over a 10-year period beginning in 1995, according to a felony plea agreement filed in federal court Friday.

Washington Post
Jan 19, 2007 Prosecutor Firings Not Political, Gonzales Says: Attorney General Acknowledges, Defends Actions

QUOTE: Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales acknowledged yesterday that some U.S. attorneys have been asked to resign their posts in recent weeks because of performance issues, but he denied any political motives....Gonzales's remarks in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee came in response to questions from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) and other lawmakers about the forced removals of at least six U.S. attorneys, including several who have overseen some of the government's highest-profile corruption prosecutions.

Washington Post