Jackson Attorneys Blast One-sided Grand Jury Leaks – MJJSOURCE.COM

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Thursday, January 13 2005 Statement of Attorney Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr. – January 13, 2005 Thursday, 13 January 2005 (Approved by the Court on 1/13/05 at 3:00 p.m.) Mr. JacksonÂ’s lead Defense Counsel Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr., releases the following statement in response to the leaking of the Grand Jury testimony: We strongly object to the “leak” of the Grand Jury testimony in this case. This Grand Jury material had been ordered sealed by Judge Melville in open court. The witnesses who testified before the Grand Jury were never subjected to cross-examination or impeachment by the defense. By law, no judge or defense lawyer was allowed to be present in the Grand Jury room. Furthermore, the defense had no opportunity to call its own witnesses to refute or criticize this one-sided proceeding. This case will be won in the courtroom and not through “leaks” in the media. When he has his day in court, Michael Jackson will be acquitted and vindicated. Source: MJJSOURCE.COM

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