Jackson’s Lawyers Want Motions Sealed TIM MOLLOY Associated Press LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson’s attorneys asked a judge Tuesday to seal several motions in the case, including their request that the indictment against the pop star be thrown out. The request continued a pattern of secrecy in the case. The Continue Reading
[b]Santa Maria city attorney closes out 19-year tenure[/b] By Quintin Cushner/Staff Writer To understand why Santa Maria officials value departing City Attorney Art Montandon, one need only look at his role in eliminating the olfactory nuisance that was the Williams Feed Lot. Until 1996, Williams Feed Lot and its thousands Continue Reading
ET Continues to Highlight Defamatory Nonsense- MJEOL Bullet #160 Update Interview with fmr. detective meant to poison current jury pool Update: In MJEOL Bullet #83, it was reported that Entertainment Tonight (ET) ran an old interview with a former maid of Michael Jacksons who claimed that the singer did inappropriate things with her son and other children.In that report, ET repeatedly and purposely neglected to inform its audience that this maid, Blanca Francia, was paid $20,000 for that interview by the now defunct tabloid show Hard Copy.Police later found her accounts were not credible.Well, ET is at it again, this time with a two part interview with a retired detective who was involved in the 1993 case, Bill Dworin.
Posted on Mon, Jun. 28, 2004 Cambria did not violate meeting law, judge rules Decision means district can recover legal costs from watchdog group that claimed the public’s right to know was violated Kathe Tanner The Tribune CAMBRIA – A Superior Court judge has ruled that the Cambria Community Services Continue Reading
Accusers Family Spoke to Media When Allegedly Kidnapped & After MJEOL Bullet #159 It has come to MJEOLs attention that the current accusing family was speaking to the media during the time when they were allegedly being kidnapped and conspired against to keep quiet by Jacksons employees, according to prosecutors.The Sunday Herald, in a report dated in Feb 2003, reported the family as saying some very flattering things about Jackson at a time when they were supposed to be abducted and being conspired against for their silence.Those things include the accuser calling Jackson daddy and plans to travel the world with him.
Accusers Mother Allowed Kids to Drink, Jackson Not Present MJEOL Bullet #158 Explosive new information in the Michael Jackson case involved the accuser, his family, and alcohol.ABC News is reporting that there are witnesses who saw the accusers mother allowing her children to drink alcohol at Jacksons Neverland Ranch when Jackson was away from the premises.These witnesses are also willing to testify to as much.This speaks to the heart of the allegations leveled against Jackson since prosecutors will actually claim the accuser would be plied with alcohol in order to be molested.
[b]Media lawyer rapped in Jackson case[/b] Fri 25 June, 2004 21:58 By Dan Whitcomb SANTA MARIA, California (Reuters) – A lawyer for news organisations covering the Michael Jackson child molestation case has urged the court to lift a “blanket of secrecy” over the proceedings, prompting a sharp rebuke from the Continue Reading
Judge In Jackson Case Refuses To Unseal Transcript Judge Exasperated With Challenge Of Handling Superstar’s Case POSTED: 10:06 am PDT June 25, 2004 UPDATED: 10:13 am PDT June 25, 2004 LOS ANGELES — The judge in the child molestation case against Michael Jackson rebuffed requests from a news media attorney Continue Reading
[i]The following is a transcript of the Jackson segment which aired today, June 24 2004 on ABC’s Good Morning America:[/i] [b]Good Morning America[/b] Jessica Yellin June 24, 2004 JESSICA YELLIN: For the first time, ABC News has learned how Michael Jackson could respond to some of the most explosive charges Continue Reading
Jury continues deliberations in wrongful death suit By Quintin Cushner – Staff Writer 6/23/04 A Santa Barbara County Superior Court jury in Santa Maria this morning continued deliberations in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by a Lompoc widow against a local doctor. Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville sent the civil Continue Reading