Jackson Wants Sneddon To Try Case Against Him

wants his nemeses, Santa Barbara County District Attorney Tom Sneddon, to personally try the case against him in open court, top legal sources tell the Drudge Report. “Don’t hide behind your office, Mr. Sneddon!” a top Jackson source challenged. In a dramatic high-stakes move, Jackson wants Sneddon to personally make opening arguments, claiming the case “would never have been brought without [Sneddon’s] ‘vendetta.'”

Secret Testimony In Jackson Case

January 26, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Tuesday night, “Prosecutors in the Michael Jackson case want the children’s testimony to be kept secret. To which Michael Jackson said, “Hey if these kids could keep a secret, I wouldn’t be here’.”

Mark Lester To Defend Jackson

January 25, 2005 – World Entertainment News Network reports that Mark Lester, famed for his role as ‘Oliver Twist’ in the hit 1960’s movie musical ‘Oliver!’, intends to give evidence in defense of Michael Jackson in his child molestation trial. “Michael is innocent,” Lester insisted. “I could be called as a witness because of what I know. I saw things that could be helpful to his case. The allegations against him are complete and utter nonsense.”

E! Reenacts Jackson Trial

January 19, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Tuesday night, “The E! Channel has announced they’re going to start broadcasting recreations of the Michael Jackson trial, using actors reading the transcripts. I believe the role of Michael will be played by La Toya Jackson. And the role of Michael’s young accuser will be played by David Spade.”

Jackson Likes High Security Environment

January 19, 2005 – Jay Leno joked during his Tonight Show monologue on Monday night, “According to court testimony, we’re finding out what life was like in Michael Jackson’s bedroom. Apparently it was heavily protected by locks, sensors and security devices. Wow! Michael likes to sleep in a high-security environment. Whew, he’s going to love prison. This will work out great.”

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6 thoughts on “Jackson Wants Sneddon To Try Case Against Him

  1. ihatehilarythemostofall says:

    Don’t worry Mikey, I’m sure the wing of prison you’ll be in will have maximum security. just don’t sleep on your stomach if you have a bunk bed buddy!

  2. shaggynscoobyfreak says:

    He’s rich, so, in order to get money, some people can make up stories. Apparently, the mother of the accuser is a greedy women, who lied in order to get money from charity. Michael is a bit special, his face and his strange ways, so it’s easy to attack him. Now, I thank you very much for wondering about my health, but I’m very healthy. Thank you and cool down. For now he’s not proven guilty, right?

  3. BLUEGEMINI7 says:

    Remember that just because he comes out “not guilty” it doesn’t mean he isn’t. The judicial system isn’t perfect, ya’ know? And again, I am not stating he is guilty either but he sure loves to hang around young boys. Can it all be a coincidence?

  4. Diamond_Queen_Japonica_8 says:

    This is why I only respect singers as artists and not as people. (continues)’, ‘They are not perfect, they are not appropriate role models, and they are not gods. In regards to MJ, I am a huge fan of his, I think he is an absolute legend, and I am proud of it. However, I only go so far as to respecting him as an artist and a humanitarian. Like many singers, things about his private life are too odd for me to accept as normal. Nevertheless, to me, he is still the reigning king of pop!

  5. popmaster167 says:

    I thought Sneddon was already the prosecution counsel? If he isn’t then who is? I haven’t been following this too much lately as it seems to just be dragging on and the whole thing is just getting monotonous. When is his bloody trial anyway? Its taking ages for it to come up.

  6. yosra says:

    Fu** you sick bastard Tom sendonn,,Burn in hell..

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