Asinine Theories, Inadmissible Info Permeate Prosecution Case- MJEOL Bullet #170 The defense in the Michael Jackson case has launched salvo after stinging salvo against the prosecutions actions, theories, and execution of this case since before police ransacked Jacksons Neverland Ranch. In a defense motion filed July 23 2004, the defense contends that the grand jury process was racked with misconduct, speculation, inadmissible innuendo and incorrect instructions. What has also come to light is that a mysterious PR person who testified in front of the grand jury only worked for those around Jackson for less than 3 weeks. Whats more, shes never even met Jackson. From her speculation comes some of the barrage of unfounded speculation of what Jackson could or may have done concerning the bizarre conspiracy charge.
Jackson document released By The Record Staff 7/29/04 A heavily edited prosecution motion to quash subpoenas against three witnesses in the Michael Jackson child molestation case was released by the court late Wednesday. Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville denied the motion during Tuesday’s hearing in the case. The subpoenas appear Continue Reading
HARTMANN GETS LIFE: Rejecting a defense motion for a new trial, Judge Thomas Adams on Tuesday ordered a life sentence without possibility of parole for Martin Hartmann (pictured), convicted of murdering Clinton Risetter by setting him on fire two years ago. Hartmann, who suffers from mental illness, confessed to police Continue Reading
:globe In very late breaking news (“late” b/c most of the media has all but refused to report it), it seems that Jackson’s defense attorneys have presented evidence in court showing that police and prosecutors KNEW Private Investigator Bradley Miller worked for Mark Geragos BEFORE they raided his office. Furthermore, Continue Reading
Conspiracy a tough sell in Jackson case 7/29/04 By DAWN HOBBS NEWS-PRESS STAFF WRITER Some legal experts questioned Wednesday whether a jury will buy the conspiracy described by prosecutors in the Michael Jackson case — that the making of a video to better his image led to abduction, imprisonment and Continue Reading
County Lines for July 29, 2004 Santa Maria Speedy appeal request denied A request by media companies to speed an appeal of the secrecy in the Michael Jackson case was denied Wednesday. The 2nd District Court of Appeal in Ventura rejected the media’s request without comment. Though the request to Continue Reading