The Roger Clemens protagonists are now arguing about whom attended what party and what they discussed. Incredible. However the saying "Falsis in uno, falsis in omnibus", means that if McNamee is wrong about one issue, his entire testimony might be discredited.
First McNamee said Clemens attended a Toronto bash thrown by Jose Canseco; steroids were discussed...maybe. (Did Debbie Canseco discuss HGH with all the other wives?)
Then Clemens says no he didn't party hardy with Jose (Rotoworld).
His two biggest pieces of evidence are a tape of a game's broadcast where the announcers mention that Clemens didn't attend the party, and an affidavit from Canseco saying he wasn't there. Of course, it's worth mentioning that Canseco reportedly told Magglio Ordonez he would keep him "clear" of steroid charges if Ordonez invested in a film Canseco was promoting.
Then McNamee says he did (Newsday):
Jose CansecoMcNamee's recollection involves Clemens' wife, Debbie, and Jessica Canseco, who at the time was the wife ofClemens' teammate. Although McNamee was not in the room at the time, he says Clemens later told him about how the two women were comparing their own physiques, discussing who had the better build, the sources say.
Meanwhile Canseco says Clemens didn't attend his party.
Canseco is now calling McNamee a liar. In a phone interview, he says, referring to McNamee, "I think he was pressured by someone into saying (that). I'm 1000 percent sure Roger never showed up at the party. We didn't talk then."
Did Jose get Roger to "invest" in his little film venture? Good recruiting ploy, huh?
BTW, what did Canseco say about Clemens in "Juiced":
“It was the pitchers who really kept that ‘B12’ joke going. For example, I’ve never seen Roger Clemens do steroids, and he never told me that he did. But we’ve talked about what steroids could do for you, in which combinations, and I’ve heard him use the phrase ‘B12 shot’ in respect to others.”