More Disgusting Leaks from a Frightened Set of Desperate Prosecutors – MJEOL Bullet #236 JAN 13 2005 — Just when you thought prosecutors in the Michael Jackson “case” couldn’t get any worse, they go and surprise you. After leaking sealed court documents to a website, someone has now leaked testimony from the grand jury transcripts; three guesses as to who it was. After being handed somewhat of a defeat yesterday (Jan 12 2005) by the judge–who ruled that prosecutors will have to stand or fall on this current “case” alone for the time being–now comes more back-alley leaks. This time to ABC News. Cynthia McFadden is reporting that she was allowed to read the grand jury transcripts and she even reports some of the testimony from the one-sided process where there are no defense attorneys to offer up cross-examination. For the record, during the grand jury process, there are no defense attorneys, there are no probative questions concerning the truthfulness of the allegations being made, and there is no judge to keep his hands around the throat of prosecutors to keep them from lying or allowing others to lie on the stand. The nonsense that was allowed to go on during the grand jury process was discussed in a previous 3-part MJEOL Bullet. This is pure and utterly disgusting jury pool tainting at it’s finest. These set of prosecutors are so incredibly desperate to convict Jackson that they actually have the gall to try this non-existent “case” in the media like a bunch of wimpy-ass cry babies; afraid to actually take their medicine in a court of law and have their “witnesses” face Jackson’s attorneys’ blistering cross-examination.
Police Seek Additional Alleged Jackson Victims January 7, 2005 :camera VIDEO Exclusive: Just three weeks before the scheduled start of Michael Jackson’s child molestation trial, “Celebrity Justice” has learned Santa Barbara investigators are trying to nail down an old case against the pop star that first investigated more than a Continue Reading
Judge Wants Prosecutors to Stick to the Current Case Wednesday, 12 January 2005 SANTA MARIA, CA Today, Santa Maria Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville decided not to rule on the Prosecution’s motion to bring in alleged prior acts’ of abuse, at this time. Prosecutors are attempting to present evidence Continue Reading
MJ Hearing Mulls Alleged Prior Offenses Wednesday, January 12, 2005 PHOTOS SANTA MARIA, Calif. Michael Jackson’s (search) prosecutors have asked to keep the courtroom open during hearings on whether to admit into evidence allegations of prior sexual offenses by the singer. The parties were due in court Wednesday to Continue Reading
BREAKING NEWS (Jan 12 2005) — The judge in the Michael Jackson “case” has refused to allow prosecutors to use unsubstantiated claims in the current “case” before the court. The current “case” is that of the accuser who was seen in the Martin Bashir “documentary” in early 2003. He is Continue Reading
Jan. 29, 2004 Naval station hosts Sea Cadets Corps BY JO2(SW/AW) TERRANCE JEFFERSON More than 40 sea cadets from the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets Corps spent their holiday season learning how to become naval leaders in the Petty Officers Leadership Academy held recently at Naval Station Norfolk, building C-9. This Continue Reading