Jackson Does Not Oppose Broadcasting of Aug 16 Hearing MJEOL Bullet #177 In late breaking news, a slew of court documents have been released; one of which concern Michael Jacksons reply to the medias request to broadcast the hearing on Aug 16 2004. Set to testify at that hearing among others is Tom Sneddon, the current district attorney of Santa Barbara. In case youve been living on Mars since Nov 18, 2003, youll know that Sneddon is the lead prosecutor trying this case against Jackson. Sneddon and others have apparently been involved in unlawful, illegal searches, violating attorney-client privilege, dragging their feet in handing over documents to the defense, breaking the gag order (which he requested), and other prosecutorial misconduct.
Currently awaiting information regarding the following: Please be advised that at 5:00 PM PDT on AUGUST 13, 2004, the Superior Court posted the following documents on its special media website: * Order Authorizing Sealing of Motion to Authorize Release of Attorney General’s Conclusions Regarding Its Investigation into Defendant’s Allegations of Continue Reading
:globe More information was released today in court documents from Jackson’s legal team concerning illegal searches. Apparently, the “Affiant”, Paul Zelis, may have cited boilerplate information regarding pedofiles–which had nothing specifically to do with Jackson–to get some of the search warrants, including the one to search Jacksn’s Neverland Ranch. Further, Continue Reading
Disney Saved by Mary Poppins Friday, August 13, 2004 By Roger Friedman [b][Jackson] Source: Family Was not Coerced into Making Video[/b] Monday will be quite a day for Michael Jackson in court. His arch nemesis, Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon, will have to testify about whether he knew in Continue Reading