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Old Jun 4th 2005, 10:45 am
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I was wondering how much have people been following the Michael Jackson case.

Do you think he is guilty or a victim of hiw own entourage? Was the boy telling the truth or being manipulative? Personally I think that Jackson is guilty but I must confess to not having read ALL the trial data so I am probably swayed by media coverage. What I did think quite telling was when they showed the original police interview with the boy. The judge had directed the jury to watch not just what he said but his demeanor and body language. Apparently the boy had been very reticent to talk about it and was acting uncomfortable in a distressed manner just as a true victim would.

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Michael Jackson? is he the bloke that put the drugs in Ms Corbys boogieboard bag?
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Originally Posted by Anne4Terry
I was wondering how much have people been following the Michael Jackson case.

Do you think he is guilty or a victim of hiw own entourage? Was the boy telling the truth or being manipulative? Personally I think that Jackson is guilty but I must confess to not having read ALL the trial data so I am probably swayed by media coverage. What I did think quite telling was when they showed the original police interview with the boy. The judge had directed the jury to watch not just what he said but his demeanor and body language. Apparently the boy had been very reticent to talk about it and was acting uncomfortable in a distressed manner just as a true victim would.

Opinions please.

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Or was he uncomfortable as he was a child in a police interview because of this mother and a victim in that sense???
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Hang him, weird sicko.
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Hang him, weird sicko.
200 hours community service!! But then that would also apply to his hangers on who have to hold that bloody umbrella over him.

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No smoke without fire?? ,im of the same thinking-hes a weirdo,i feel sorry for his own kids & the upbringing they have been subjected to, by him.

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No smoke without fire?? ,im of the same thinking-hes a weirdo,i feel sorry for his own kids & the upbringing they have been subjected to, by him.

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I never jumped to conclusions. but, "in my opinion",

he's a harmless weirdo. I have a bad feeling about the family that are prosecuting him, I think they mey be moneygrabbers. But you would have thought after the last trial 10 years ago MJ would have learnt his leason, DONT HAVE KIDS ROUND FOR SLEEPOVERS!!

But apparently not. I'll feel sad for MJ if he gets hammered again. He already paid the Jodie chandler kid $20million, now he's looking at 20 years in jail.

I don't believe anyone is that stupid to do it twice, I think this new family are riding on the back of the last pay out he did, and aiming for the same. Even if he gets of with the criminal conviction, they'll come right back with a civil one. ( this is from an expert in US Law... NOT!!!! )

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I never jumped to conclusions. but, "in my opinion",

he's a harmless weirdo. I have a bad feeling about the family that are prosecuting him, I think they mey be moneygrabbers. But you would have thought after the last trial 10 years ago MJ would have learnt his leason, DONT HAVE KIDS ROUND FOR SLEEPOVERS!!

But apparently not. I'll feel sad for MJ if he gets hammered again. He already paid the Jodie chandler kid $20million, now he's looking at 20 years in jail.

I don't believe anyone is that stupid to do it twice, I think this new family are riding on the back of the last pay out he did, and aiming for the same. Even if he gets of with the criminal conviction, they'll come right back with a civil one. ( this is from an expert in US Law... NOT!!!! )

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Yeah, but maybe put in another way MJ is thinking my fans would never think that i would be stupid enough to do it twice? (there also have been more than two complaints put against him)
Im the same by only forming an opinion over what i hear & see via media,but something stinks

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He's a witch I tells ya, a witch
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Chemically castrate the paedophile.

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Yeah, but maybe put in another way MJ is thinking my fans would never think that i would be stupid enough to do it twice? (there also have been more than two complaints put against him)
Im the same by only forming an opinion over what i hear & see via media,but something stinks

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MrsJTLs opinion was that, after the last 'dodgey' let off, where he had to pay $20 million to stop the trial (thus earning him $100s millions in future record sales), would and should have been a HUGE warning sign to any parent. Don't let MJ have any time alone with your kids, never mind time in a bedroom, never mind sleep with him

Ahh, I reckon its a wind up, she saw the opportunity to stuff a really wealthy guy.

But as I said, what do I know, leave it to the jury,

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MrsJTLs opinion was that, after the last 'dodgey' let off, where he had to pay $20 million to stop the trial (thus earning him $100s millions in future record sales), would and should have been a HUGE warning sign to any parent. Don't let MJ have any time alone with your kids, never mind time in a bedroom, never mind sleep with him

Ahh, I reckon its a wind up, she saw the opportunity to stuff a really wealthy guy.

But as I said, what do I know, leave it to the jury,

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Ahhh... a jury? -bench of innocent people like you & i

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No 40 year bloke is stupid enough to have kids over for sleepovers unless they have an ulterior motive. His defence are saying he is naive but he isn't. He's already been through it once with Jordy chandler - he most definitely isn't naive.
Like most paedophiles he is convinced he is not doing anything wrong as he 'loves' the child involved and feels he is not hurting them. He has cleverly built a reputation for himself as a harmless eccentric.
I think he should go to jail otherwise every paedophile in the world will feel their depravity has been justified and accepted.
Unfortunately as Jackson is famous and therefore a hero in the States I fear it's unlikely he will be convicted. Remember O.J?
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I dont know if he's guilty or not, but I just cant see MJ in Jail..

I have tried to imagine it.. but my brain wont let me...

if he is found guilty what do you reckon will happen. Jail? Appeal then running away to Europe (ala Roman Polanski) or suicide?
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Its a good job he's not in UK and therefore would have the right to trial by "peers"

Who would they get? j-kay, bono, prince/~ , bowie, I cant name 12....

Its as unlikely as frank bough being caught for Cocaine posession and a southampton goalie proclaiming to be God.
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