No DNA, Lies, Possible Welfare Fraud & A Trip to Australia – MJEOL Bullet #217
Stunning new revelations revealed in court during a two-day hearing
Extremely damaging information came out in court during a two day (Nov 4 and 5 2004) hearing in the Michael Jackson “case”.
Among the most explosive issue is the fact that there was no DNA of the accuser found on Jackson’s mattress. Police had seized the mattress in desperate hopes of confirming claims made by the accuser.
It was brought out in court that Tom Sneddon may have flown to Australia in search of another accuser and may have allowed civil attorney Larry Feldman to lie to grand jurors to secure an indictment.
Also the accuser’s mother may be guilty of welfare fraud as new revelations came out in court. Besides hail-Mary attempts to claim the defense is somehow “orchestrating” fan-organized events in an effort to get a change of venue, prosecutors showed other signs that they are beyond ‘removal’-status.
They are on a fast-track to needing a thorough investigation from a larger agency into their beyond-biased behavior, some observers have openly complained.
What’s worse is there has yet to be one sufficient reprimand for their behavior by the current judge in the case, Rodney Melville. This was discussed earlier in MJEOL Bullet #216: Judge Again Allows Prosecutors to Invade Defense Camp.