Thumbnail sketches of the jurors who will decide whether pitcher Roger Clemens lied to Congress when he denied using performance-enhancing drugs. The information comes from public statements by the jurors themselves during jury selection in the case last week. U.S. Judge Reggie Walton told the jurors not to have any exposure to media coverage of the case. It was not immediately disclosed which four are alternates.
Seat 1: Female, single, supermarket cashier for five years. Says, ''I'm not a big fan of sports, period.'' Never heard of Clemens, and says, ''If he did indulge, I believe he should be penalized.''
Seat 2: Female, plays golf, not a baseball fan, but watches golf, tennis and the Super Bowl. Recently retired, she has worked at an association for psychologists and as an elementary school teacher.
Seat 3: Female, program analyst with Washington D.C. Department of Human Services since 2000. Took prelaw classes and considered going to law school. Never heard of Clemens and do...