Jack Clark, the former St. Louis slugger who is being sued by another former St. Louis star, Albert Pujols, over steroids allegations, is taking a surprising, defiant stance: He’s telling Pujols to take a lie detector test. This, I did not expect:
Jack Clark, days after being sued for defamation for accusing Albert Pujols of using steroids, is offering to take a lie-detector test if Pujols does the same.
The offer was made in a letter sent today from Clark’s attorney to Pujols’ legal team.
So Clark is refusing to back down. Interesting. He’s now put the onus on Pujols – prove to me you didn’t use steroids, in an era when many of the best baseball players did. That takes some brass ones.
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