Remember the Grimsley affidavit? (Yes: That one.) Well, the Associated Press has been suing that the public has a right to know the names that are in the affidavit, and the government says it's an ongoing investigation. (A very ongoing one.)

Anyway, a judge in Phoenix is set to rule on the case today. Even if he rules in favor of the AP, don't get too excited: The appeals process will surely draw out the process of revealing the names anyway.


Remember, the Los Angeles Times reported that two of the names in the document were Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte. They both angrily denied being in the document, but if it turned out that they were ... well, that would shift the conversation a little bit, now wouldn't it?

Judge Set To Rule On Grimsley Affidavit [Lion In Oil]