Witnesses say nothing improper happened

[b]Witnesses say nothing improper happened[/b] By Quintin Cushner/Staff Writer Two men who shared a bed with Michael Jackson as children during the 1990s testified Thursday that nothing improper occurred between them and the entertainer. Both said they consider the singer a close friend. Santa Barbara County prosecutors had claimed that Continue Reading

Jackson defense opens case

[b]Jackson defense opens case after losing bid for acquittal [/b] By Linda Deutsch ASSOCIATED PRESS 2:26 p.m. May 5, 2005 SANTA MARIA – Two young men testified in Michael Jackson’s defense Thursday that as children they spent considerable time with the pop star and he never molested or inappropriately touched Continue Reading

Witness: MJ Never Touched Me

[b]Witness: MJ Never Touched Me[/b] Thursday, May 05, 2005 SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Michael Jackson’s defense team began its case Thursday, calling a celebrity witness who testified the pop star never touched him inappropriately. Wade Robson (search), who spent time with Jackson as a child, denied the singer committed sex Continue Reading

Art Books Turned into ‘child porn’ by Desperate Prosecution – MB #262

Art Books Turned into ‘child porn’ by Desperate Prosecution – MB #262 Unbelievably desperate prosecutors now trying to turn two 1960s art books into ‘child porn’ MAY 1 2005 — Prosecutors have been scrambling in the past few days to put as much distance between Debbie Rowe’s explosive testimony and the end of their “case” as possible. The prosecution has introduced 2 art books seized from Neverland in 1993….yeah, we’re back to 1993…again. They hope that the jury will overlook the fact that these books are legal, available for purchase, and really have nothing to do with either the 1993 allegation or the 2003 allegation. Just when you thought it couldn’t get more ridiculous, the prosecution always takes it one step further. One of the books is called “The Boy: A Photographic Essay” and consists of photographs taken on the set of the classic movie Lord of the Flies. The other is called “Boys will be Boys” published in the 1960s….yeah, the 1960s. To be clear, none of this is child pornography. But the prosecution wants the jury to believe otherwise.