Major Bombshells, Evasive Answers, & Odd Behavior MJEOL Bullet #200 Accusers mother seemed to have something to hide says certain courtroom observers The hearing held September 17 2004 provided a glimpse into the Michael Jackson case that many have not been privy to. Aside from learning that school officials send out deputies to pick up a large number of fans who skip school to see and support Michael Jackson, we learned a LOT of information during the hearing. Most importantly, for the first time, the public saw the accusers mother unsuccessfully try to talk her way out of very serious situations with far reaching implications. While some anti-Jackson media nuts were making jokes about Jackson, other people were watching the mother intently.
The accusers mother seemed to have terminal cases of selective memory, evasiveness and combativeness. She not only didnt want to answer questions, but took every opportunity to try to distract from the issue. The theme, according to courtroom observers, was I dont know; that is, when she wasnt asking Mesereau to repeat the question for the 6th or 7th time.
Wrapping herself around being chosen by God, she responded to very tough questions by Tom Mesereu, Jacksons defense attorney by telling what some observers call obvious lies.
At issue during the hearing was whether she knew private investigator Brad Miller worked for then-Jackson attorney Mark Geragos. If youll remember, previous reports from some prosecution-apologists claimed she had no idea who worked for whom and simply assumed Miller was part of Jacksons security team. Well, we found out in court last week that this is not true.