APRIL 29 2005 (5:00 PM) — Prosecutors are scrambling today to put as much distance between Debbie Rowe’s testimony and the end of their “case” as possible. Another setback for the prosecution today. Us Weekly “nut” Ian Drew has been disqualified as a witness because of the vagueness of his Continue Reading
Media Pundits Look Foolish After Explosive Rowe Testimony MJEOL Bullet #261 Now excuses are being made for her not testifying to what prosecutors promised APRIL 29 2005 In the media, Debbie Rowe has suddenly transformed from devastating nightmare of a witness to the defense, to the ultimate fan who didnt tell the truth because she still loves Jackson. What a difference a few days make! It is astonishingly infuriating to see how some media pundits have turned Rowe into a Jackson-obsessed ultimate fan who only testified as she did because she wants to be with Jackson again. Other legal analysts proclaim that the District Attorney must have been spun by Rowe. Hey, here are a few ideas: Maybe she said what she said on the stand because its the damn truth? How about that analysis? Maybe the DA heard what he WANTED to hear instead of what she actually said? Or worse, maybe the DA wanted to backdoor her into this trial and she didnt really say what he claimed she said. How is it that the public is admonished by these pro-prosecution pundits to accept what a witness alleging abuse has to say at face value, but were suppose to disregard Rowes testimony because it contradicts what prosecutors promised? The majority of the media had promised that Rowes testimony would be a bombshell. That it would be explosive, and could be devastating to Jackson. It was a bombshell, alright .a bombshell for the defense. And since these talking heads cant deal with that, they have to try to spin it away.