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Source:  CBS Miami

It’s been six years since the Biogenesis steroid scandal rocked Major League Baseball.

While Alex Rodriguez’s fight against the MLB ended up becoming the biggest story, all of this began with Tony Bosch and his anti-aging clinic in Miami.

Filmmaker Billy Corben documents all of this in his new film “Screwball,” and he says Miami is the perfect place for a scandal like this to take place.

“It’s America’s Casa Blanca.  If it appears on the outside as this lawless place where everyone and everything is for sale, that’s because it is a lawless place where everyone and everything are for sale,” said Corben in an interview with CBS Miami. “The reality very much matches the perception.  When you have a city that thrives on a predominately gray market economy, gray market people fit in just fine there.”

Read the story at CBS Miami.

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