Date: Thursday, April 22, 2004 Statement by Michael Jackson’s Attorneys in Response to the Announcement of an Indictment If the Grand Jury issues an indictment, on Friday, April 30, 2004, Mr. Michael Jackson will appear in court in Santa Maria, California at which time he will enter a plea of NOT guilty to the charges. Mr. Jackson and his attorneys remind the public that an indictment is merely a formal “accusation.” We also remind the public that Michael Jackson, like any other person accused of a crime, is “presumed to be innocent.” Mr. Jackson and his attorneys are confident that after a trial on these charges, Mr. Jackson will be fully exonerated and that the allegations contained in the indictment will be shown to be patently false. In this case, Mr. Jackson is not just “presumed” to be innocent but is in fact innocent. Michael is looking forward to his day in court and wishes to thank the millions of fans throughout the world who continue to support him during this difficult period. :nav Source: http://www.mjjsource.com —————————————————————————————– MJEOL, Alright yall, it’s on now! Michael Jackson is FINALLY going to get his unfettered chance to prove his innocence in a court of law once and for all. There will be no settlements, no pleas, and the prosecution no longer has any entity to hide behind. Have faith in Mark Geragos and Ben Brafman, Mr. Sanger, Mr. Cochran and the rest of his legal team. They are about to bust open the doors of what’s really behind this case, what’s been going on with the way the prosecution has gone about trying this case, and ALL motivations behind it. So, in WWF style, LET’S GET READY TO RUUUMMBBBLLLLLEEEEE. -whiser :smile

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