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Marion Jones Announces Retirement After Pleading Guilty - 06 Oct 2007
Marion Jones Announces Retirement After Pleading Guilty - 06 Oct 2007
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October 06, 2007
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
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Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York...
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Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains
Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
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Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones (R) helps her mother Marion Toller up after she was knocked down by members of the news...
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Marion Jones helps her mother up after she was knocked down by members of the media as they arrived at...
Marion Jones (R) helps her mother Marion Toller up after she was knocked down by members of the news media as they arrived at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Jones is expected to plead guilty to lying to federal investigators about her steroid use before the 2000 Olympics, federal law enforcement sources said, which could strip her of the record five medals she won in the Sydney Games. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 06, 2007
Marion Jones (R) is embraced by her mother Marion (L) after making a statement to the media after leaving...
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Marion Jones embraced by mother Marion after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains
Marion Jones (R) is embraced by her mother Marion (L) after making a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Athletics superstar Marion Jones arrives at U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October...
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Athletics superstar Marion Jones arrives at U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York
Athletics superstar Marion Jones arrives at U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Jones likely will plead guilty on Friday to lying to federal investigators about her steroid use before the 2000 Olympics, federal law enforcement sources said, which could strip her of the record five medals she won in the Sydney Games. Jones would be the first athlete convicted in connection with the San Francisco-area laboratory BALCO, which is at the center of a doping scandal that has tarnished the reputations of leading athletes in baseball, football and athletics. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones (C) leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse to speak to the media in White Plains, New York October...
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Marion Jones leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse to speak to the media in White Plains
Marion Jones (C) leaves the U.S. Federal Courthouse to speak to the media in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 06, 2007
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains
Marion Jones speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones cries as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones cries as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains...
Marion Jones cries as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 06, 2007
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
The media swarms the car of Marion Jones after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New...
New York, UNITED STATES
The media swarms the car of Marion Jones after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New...
The media swarms the car of Marion Jones after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 06, 2007
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones cries as she makes a statement to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Triple Olympic champion Jones announced her retirement from athletics on Friday moments after pleading guilty to lying to federal investigators about her use of steroids. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in...
Marion Jones lowers her head while speaking to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones (R) helps her mother Marion Toller up after she was knocked down by members of the news...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones helps her mother up after she was knocked down by members of the media as they arrived at...
Marion Jones (R) helps her mother Marion Toller up after she was knocked down by members of the news media as they arrived at the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York, October 5, 2007. Jones is expected to plead guilty to lying to federal investigators about her steroid use before the 2000 Olympics, federal law enforcement sources said, which could strip her of the record five medals she won in the Sydney Games. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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October 05, 2007
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
New York, UNITED STATES
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White...
Marion Jones sheds tears as she speaks to the media after leaving the U.S. Federal Courthouse in White Plains, New York October 5, 2007. Jones pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to federal investigators and admitted to using steroids, which could cost her the five medals she won in the 2000 Sydney Olympics. At left is Jones' mother, Marion Toller. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
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