Prosecution Evidence Not Incriminating as Claimed – MJEOL Bullet #253

Prosecution Evidence Not Incriminating as Claimed – MJEOL Bullet #253 MARCH 16 2005 — At the risk of once again using an overly used phrase, there were more bombshells in court, this time cited by Michael Jackson’s defense attorney Robert Sanger through his cross-examination of police detective Steve Robel. Robel testified yesterday as to items seized from Jackson’s Neverland Ranch. He had claimed that they took adult material from a box at the foot of Jackson’s bed. Today (March 16 2005), the defense revealed more devastating information to the prosecution’s case. The fingerprint that so many pro-prosecution pundits like to point to as proof of guilt may have gotten put on that magazine in front of the grand jury and not during the time the accuser claims he was shown it by Jackson. According to a report from MSNBC’s Jennifer London, the defense brought out in court that the magazine with the accuser’s fingerprint on it wasn’t tested for fingerprints until summer 2004, AFTER the grand jury had already handed down an indictment. From London’s report:

JENNIFER LONDON: …However, under cross-examination today, one of the detectives revealed that fingerprints of the accuser were not lifted from one of the magazines until after the grand jury proceedings. The significance: the defense claims the accuser’s fingerprints got on that magazine because he touched it during the grand jury testimony. (see vid)

There was also more information about this adult material. Some of the magazines prosecutors entered into evidence wasn’t dated until 4 months AFTER the alleged “molestation” was supposed to have occurred. That would make the publication date anywhere from June 2003 to July 2003. As you know, this was long after the accusing family had left Neverland for good. More from London’s report:

LONDON: …One of the investigators did say that on a couple of the magazines, the publication dates were at least 4 months after the prosecution says the alleged molestation occurred.

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[b]MJEOL Bullet #253 Preview:[/b] MARCH 16 2005 — To once again use an overly used phrase, there were more bombshells in court. This time, outed by Michael Jackson defense attorney Robert Sanger under cross-examination (cross) of police detective Steve Robel. Through his cross, the defense showed that this so-called “incriminating” Continue Reading