The motion filed by the defense regarding Jim Thomas breaking the gag order. The judge refused to hold Thomas accountable for his OBVIOUS dissimination of prosecution and police leaks. But the defense makes some very important points about his involvement in this case. Motion Regarding Prosecutors/ Jim Thomas breaking Gag Continue Reading
Prosecutors Break Atty-Client Privilege… Again MJEOL Bullet #201 In what can only be called a deliberate seizure of material covered by the attorney-client privilege, police raided Michael Jacksons personal assistant where they seized defense work product. This time it was blatant and obvious.
In the defenses Emergency Application, Jackson attorney Robert Sanger is requesting that items recently seized from Jacksons personal assistant on September 15 2004, be sealed precisely because they are protected by attorney-client privilege.
It is much more than a coincidence that this raid took place the day before a very important 2-day hearing in this case. This is outrageously disgusting behavior that wont be appeased with a simple I made a mistake.
It is common knowledge to sheriffs deputies and prosecutors who Jacksons personal assistant is. The defense says that from the sheriffs department Property Form, some items seized definitely pertain to Jacksons attorneys and their representation of him in this current case. Those items include a fax from Jackson to his attorney Tom Mesereau and 3 (three) folders labeled Mesereau.
Emergecy Application b/c prosecutors seized atty-client privilege from Jackson’s personal assistant on Sept 15 2004. 5 pages Emergency Application; stamped Sept 16 2004