Sneddon Evasive on Stand, Admonished by Judge MJEOL Bullet #180 In reports today, it was reported that Tom Sneddon was admonished by the judge in the Jackson case for being evasive and arguing with defense attorney Tom Mesereau on the witness stand. MJJF On the Scene reporter says Sneddon was Continue Reading
Michael Jackson and family have arrived in court today to watch DA Tom Sneddon and others testify in court. Sneddon, always allowed to use the backdoor to enter the courthouse, arrived earlier today. Check out all the latest pics and news in the MJEOL FORUM: :check [url=http://forums.mjeol.com/showthread.php?t=547]http://forums.mjeol.com/showthread.php?t=547[/url]
Originally titled: Police “cleared” in One-sided Investigation? Not So Fast MJEOL Bullet #179 In an early report from the Lompoc Record, a sourceobviously from either law enforcement or prosecutorssays that the attorney general (AG) of California has cleared the sheriffs department of abuse leveled against them by Jackson.
Despite Jacksons obvious bruises and probable doctors report, attorney general Bill Lockyer has allegedly sided with the police. But, not so fast. More information is coming out surrounding the investigation. It turns out that this investigation was concluded, either purposely or not, without any statements from Jackson or any confirmed information telling his side of the story.
This information was leaked to take attention away from the fact that Sneddon has been caught on tape breaking the gag ordermisusing his power by sending letters to people around this case in order to keep them off tv defending Jackson; breaking attorney-client privilege; police executing warrantless searches of areas of Jacksons Neverland Ranch; and unlawful searches of a lawyers private investigators office. And who knows what else.
The judge, Rodney Melville, already rebuffed Sheriff Jim Andersons motion to release the findings of the attorney general. So, how coincidental after he gets spanked by the judge, the alleged findings are suddenly leaked to the press