Two Indicted in Jackson Recording Case

[b]Two Indicted in Jackson Recording Case[/b] [i]Two People Are Indicted for Allegedly Recording Michael Jackson With His Lawyer[/i] By CHRIS T. NGUYEN Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES – Two men were indicted on federal charges of secretly recording Michael Jackson two years ago as he flew to Santa Barbara with his attorney to surrender in a child-molestation investigation. Jeffrey Borer and Arvel Jett Reeves used two digital camcorders and remote microphones to record “a professional entertainer and his attorney” as the pair traveled on a private jet from Las Vegas to Santa Barbara in November 2003, according to a three-count indictment filed Wednesday. The two were charged with conspiracy, endeavoring to intercept oral communication and witness tampering in an alleged scheme between Nov. 19, 2003 and Nov. 21, 2003.