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  ALL Michael Jackson Latest News
Feburary 2005 The trial continues, Jury Selection, Delay, Illness, Resumes
However we only knowlingly report on articles that relate to Michael Jackson the artiste and we will not report on Michael Jacksons private life, private conversations and reports from any place where it has been stated that Mr Jackson is there on a private visit.
Michael Jackson is the biggest example of the utter rubbish these people write.
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  2005 trial of Michael Jackson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michael Jackson was indicted for conspiracy with five (unindicted) co-conspirators to abduct the accuser, his sister, and his brother, falsely imprison and extort the same children and their mother, and for sexually molesting the accuser.
Jackson was alleged of conspiracy with his aides to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion, in an attempt to control PR-damage caused by the documentary.
At approximately 2:25pm PDT (21:25 UTC) on June 13, 2005 the jury of the Superior Court of the State of California, held in and for the County of Santa Barbara, determined that Michael Jackson was not guilty on all counts.
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 Michael Jackson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jackson began his musical career at the age of five as lead singer of The Jackson 5 and made his first solo recordings in 1971 while remaining a member of the group.
Michael Jackson was born to Joseph and Katherine Jackson in Gary, Indiana.
Michael Jackson's lawyer Thomas Mesereau, who successfully defended him against allegations of child molestation in 2005, said "the charges are ridiculous on their face.
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 Michael Jackson Trial: 2005 child molestation trial of Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson stated in the documentary that several young children, especially pre-adolescent boys (including Macaulay Culkin when he was younger, his younger brother Kieran and sisters) have slept in the same bed as him, but he denies having had sex with any of them.
Michael Jackson is alleged of conspiracy with his aides to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion, in an attempt to control PR-damage caused by the documentary.
Michael Jackson denies; he claims that the accuser and his brother were sometimes “out of control” at Neverland, and read his magazines and drank his alcohol without permission.
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 Biography of Michael Jackson -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jackson is fond of animals: he owns a private zoo at Neverland, and was often seen with a chimpanzee named Bubbles and a snake called Muscles in the 1980s.
Jackson had suffered the same problem two decades earlier with a woman claiming Michael was a father of one of her fraternal twins, a story from which his memorable hit "Billie Jean" was derived.
Jackson's settling out of court brought suspicion among the media, some of whom claimed that Jackson avoided a trial because he was afraid he would have been proven guilty.
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 USATODAY.com - Jackson's trial to open Monday   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Jackson's fans are expected to besiege the courthouse in Santa Barbara County, 160 miles northwest of Los Angeles.
Jackson allegedly engaged in "lewd and lascivious acts" four times with a boy "under the age of 14," identified only as John Doe, from Feb. 20 to March 12, 2003.
Jackson allegedly plotted with five business associates, who were not indicted, to imprison the boy, his younger brother, sister and mother at the singer's Neverland ranch in an attempt to force them to tape video interviews denying any misconduct by Jackson.
www.usatoday.com /life/people/2005-01-27-jackson-usat_x.htm   (1315 words)

 MJ NEWS : March 21 2005 Trial Update #2.5 - Michael Jackson Discussion
Jackson apparently called at around 8:21AM and told his lawyer, Tom Mesereau, that was coming in but that he was running just a few minutes late.
Minutes after his arrival on Monday, a distressed-looking Jackson was helped from the courtroom with the aid of two people, one wearing a baseball jacket over medical scrubs, while prosecutors and defence lawyers met in the judge's chambers.
It was unclear why Jackson was almost late for the hearing or if the back injury he sustained on March 10 was the reason for his apparent pain.
www.mjnewsonline.com /board/showthread.php?t=16135   (1142 words)

 Michael Jackson Molestation Trial - Full Trial Coverage on Courttv.com
Another juror in the Michael Jackson case who initially favored a guilty verdict weighed in after two others expressed second thoughts, saying she believes the entertainer is a child molester but joined in the verdict exonerating him because of reasonable doubt.
Michael Jackson sought medical attention after his trial as he tried to recover from a back injury and dehydration, his lead attorney said Friday.
Jackson was sued by a 13-year-old boy and his family who accused him of molestation, but later settled before the case went to trial.
www.courttv.com /trials/jackson   (2518 words)

 Jackson, Michael Joseph - Facts from the Encyclopedia - Yahoo! Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Offstage Jackson is known for various alleged eccentricities, for his sharp business acumen, and for a physical appearance that has changed radically over the years.
That trial, which began in 2005, was marked by sensational testimony and spellbound media coverage.
In 1995, Jackson married Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley; she initiated divorce proceedings the following year.
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 Michael Jackson :: Trial 2005 | Opinion
From the onset, according to polls, most American whites thought Michael Jackson was guilty while a majority of fls thought he wasn't.
I was then further convinced that Jackson had a major huddle to overcome before he could even talk about presumption of innocence or his freedom for that matter.
We got to this point where we supposedly know that Michael Jackson is a child molester by the mainstream media pounding its opinion till it is established as fact.
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 David Casteu - Saison 2005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Du 25 juin 2005 au 03 juillet 2005
Du 24 septembre 2005 au 02 octobre 2005
Du 09 novembre 2005 au 14 novembre 2005
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 MJTKOP.COM | News Archives - 2005 - 1 - Michael Jackson News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
NEWS: Michael Jackson's sister talks to 20/20 to defend her brother
TRIAL NEWS ARCHIVE: Defense Counsel Thomas A. Mesereau, Jr.
TRIAL NEWS ARCHIVE: Former Michael Jackson Accuser May Be Called To Testify In Current Case
www.mjtkop.com /home/modules/news/archive.php?year=2005&month=1   (550 words)

 Free Michael!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The good news is Michael Jackson is free to finally pursue the sexual activities we all know he, as a celebrity, is perfectly entitled to.
The right for Michael Jackson to sleep with young boys has been held up, and this vindictive prosecution has been shown to be what it really has been all along - just about jealousy of Michael and his freedom.
While this is far from a victory for the rest of us to sleep with young boys, we at freemichael.org promise you that we will continue the good fight against people like Tom Sneddon while supporting the right of Michael Jackson to sleep with young boys for as long and lovingly as he wants.
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 BBC NEWS | In Depth | Michael Jackson on trial
Singer Michael Jackson's mother says she feels sorry for the teenager who accused her son of child abuse.
US comic on how testifying at Jackson trial changed her life
BBC correspondents on the end of the Michael Jackson trial
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 politics - Center for Media and Democracy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Lewis Scooter Libby as "a senior adviser." In October 2005, Libby resigned from his position as Assistant to the President and Chief of Staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, after being indicted on five counts including obstruction of justice.
In December 2005, Doug Bandow resigned from both his role at the Cato Institute and as syndicated columnist with Copley News Service, after revelations that he had accepted payments from lobbyist Jack Abramoff.
Two opinion columnists and fellows at conservative think tanks have admitted to taking money from indicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff to write favorable columns about his clients.
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 News Index Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Pop star Michael Jackson has been acquitted of all charges he faced in his child molestation trial.
Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial have begun deliberating for the sixth day on charges that could send the pop star to prison for nearly 20 years.
Michael Jackson's lawyer said the pop singer will no longer share his bed with young boys, after the star was cleared of 10 child abuse charges.
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 If You Can't Beat It, Buy It: Bringing The Michael Jackson Trial Home - Pop Culture and Cool Stuff News from Send2Press ...
GoldenPalace.com has won the auction for the Keith Olbermann Michael Jackson Puppet Theatre for $15,099.
The "puppets" are actually the Popsicle sticks used on the Michael Jackson Puppet Theatre skit featured on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, and are autographed by the popular TV personality.
Your use of any information contained herein is done solely at your own risk, and you are fully responsible for using any information herein, or on sites mentioned or linked to in the article.
www.send2press.com /newswire/2005-05-0513-003.shtml   (1615 words)

 Michael Jackson Trial - MSNBC.com
Two jurors in the Michael Jackson trial told MSNBC's Rita Cosby that they believed the singer’s young accuser was sexually assaulted.
June 17: NBC's Mike Taibbi and son Matt, who covered the trial for Rolling Stone, look back at the case.
Click to see the latest pictures from the scene of Michael Jackson's trial.
www.msnbc.msn.com /id/3693064   (334 words)

 "The Michael Jackson Trial" (2005)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Plot Outline: Daily re-enactments and analysis of the Michael Jackson molestation trial of 2005.
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Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for "The Michael Jackson Trial" (2005)
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 CNN.com Special Report
Michael Jackson's lead defense attorney said Tuesday that he believes his client's behavior will change now that Jackson has been acquitted of charges including child molestation.
Jackson leaves hospital, after doctor said he'd stay
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