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How do you feel about Michael Jackson? Got any info you want to share?

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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:00 am

Originally posted by aaliyah
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Post by EuphoricNostalgia » Sat May 07, 2005 1:00 am

well, as I can see...it all went well today. I'm glad the witnesses didn't break down during cross-examination! Just proves Snedshit really is dumb. lol.
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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:10 am

Joy Robson said she had been at Neverland with the boy and his mother but spoke to them only a few times.

On cross-examination she said, "My impression of (the mother) is she wanted to be mistress of Neverland. She would order the staff around like she owned it. My impression of (her) is she was a gold-digger."


WOW! Great testimony...that's exactly what Cynthia Bell (the flight attendant) and one of the cooks or maids said about Gavin Arviso.


"I don't know that she was close to Michael Jackson," the witness answered. "My personal knowledge of that weekend was Michael Jackson trying to elude (her) for that weekend."


Ha ha ha, another similarity with Gavin Arviso...Michael got to the point where he eluded him, too.


Joy Robson was followed to the stand by her daughter, Chantal Robson, a 26-year-old dancer


These children who interested Michael all had talent....

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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:35 am

Originally posted by NevaehDreamz
I don't care if we are considered blind. I really don't.

I understand the prosecution's point and I don't like it. It's bullshit, and it's going to be dismantled.

Michael held a family hostage because he needed money and he needed good PR. Michael told them that there were 'killers' after them and taunted them with death threats and such. Michael scripted all interviews that they ever gave saying positive things about him. Michael scripted the 9 hours of footage that Debbie Rowe gave. Michael was then going to send them off to Brazil and desert them...hoping the world would never hear from them ever again. Michael decided to top it off with a little molestation.

Okay. Next.
:thumbsup Love the summary! Also, I think the prosecution has moved over into "way unethical". It's one thing to genuinely believe that Michael is guilty of heinous actions and to attempt to prove that, but to keep on reaching beyond the threshhold of all rationality to put an obviously innocent man behind bars, for what, a political career, envy, what? In all honestly, at this point, how can the prosecution continue to believe that they actually do have a case? Is that justice? Is this the kind of system they want to put themselves behind? I think if Sneddon were actually worth his salt, he'd stop the whole proceeding and make a little speech, something along the line of "I sincerely apologize...when I started this thing, I honestly believed that Michael Jackson was guilty, but as this trial proceeded, I finally had to realize that I had been wrong, too zealous, and allowed myself to be taken in by professional crooks who used me like they used Mr. Jackson. Your honor, I ask that this case be dismissed and that Michael Jackson be declared innocent of all charges. That's the kind of justice I want to work for." But no, he has to pretend an art book is child porn (not something implicitely beautiful), he has to pretend that several years of Playboy are to "entice" little boys (instead of for the enjoyment of the subscriber), he has to pretend that adult witnesses who claim they were never molested must have been molested when they were asleep and therefore don't remember, and so on and so on. He ought to be ashamed of himself. His role ISN'T the same as the defense attorney's...the defense can do anything it can to get their client off, but the prosecutor can't morally do anything possible to get an innocent man convicted of a crime he didn't commit, and a crime that doesn't even make sense.

In Sneddon's tiny little mind, and it IS a tiny little mind, Michael is "guilty" of two things, (1) being a grown man, (2) sometimes sharing his bed with children. But that is NOT a crime. Now SOME grown men MIGHT have sex with the children they have in their beds. But this one did not, could not, and would not. I don't know why that isn't obvious by now. And even if it isn't obvious, what clearly IS obvious is that such has NOT been proven, and at this point, never will be. There is an absolute reasonable doubt, and no legitimate way to convict. But Sneddon wants a conviction more than he wants truth and justice. And for that, he's beneath contempt.

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Post by MJ_FAN_FOR_LIFE733 » Sat May 07, 2005 1:41 am

Originally posted by HeavenSent
Right.

...And notice so far that the defense witnesses don't look all shifty eyed and suspicious and shady. :lol:

I swear to God, some of the folks Sneddon put up there had 'triflng' written all over them. :lol:
Yeah, They're doing a GREAT JOB!!! :D :thumbsup :popcorn
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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:50 am

Originally posted by sunny2005
Hi there Heaven that was well said. Michael grew up in a large family with lots of brothers and sisters, he was use to sleeping with his brothers and sisters, and people have to realize that many people with different ethinic backgrounds and big families(myself included) see nothing wrong with Michael having friends over, young and old sleeping in his room, so what? only people with dirty minds think bad of it cause they have issues with their own nasty thoughts.
Sunny, you are absolutely right, I agree with you 100%! People need to look at their OWN thoughts and leave MJ out of THEIR dirty minds!

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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:52 am

Originally posted by aaliyah
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Ah, this brilliant cutie, I'm glad he's so happy. Gee, I wish I could afford to send him a case of the best champagne when this whole thing is over...not that he needs anything from me, but still, just to let him know how MUCH he is appreciated!

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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:55 am

Originally posted by Cristine87
Another great day in court for Michael! Notice that the witnesses didn't break down on cross-examination like in the prosecution's case.
Yeah, and not one "I don't remember" among them!

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Post by maintenant » Sat May 07, 2005 1:57 am

Originally posted by HotMJ!
Speaking of, this book is recommended by pediatricians, doctors, and the La Leche League. It's a good book!



The Family Bed: An Age Old Concept in Child Rearing
by Tine Thevenin
1st edition, January 1976 (many editions, reprints since)


130 page book. Contents:



* available @Amazon.com:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/ ... 14-5338406
Good recommendation!

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Post by sunny2005 » Sat May 07, 2005 3:48 am

Originally posted by maintenant
Sunny, you are absolutely right, I agree with you 100%! People need to look at their OWN thoughts and leave MJ out of THEIR dirty minds!
Amen to that!
Since this trial, this is the first time I ever heard of such a big to do about sleeping in the same bed as a friends and children do with their friends like a slumber party, I never knew the government system had such nasty foul thoughts of something that is so innocent. Sneddon has looked at everything under a microscope and twisted it into something foul out of his own horrors in his own nasty worldly thoughts. Sneddon is the one who needs to address his own issues with his own perversed mind and check himself into the nearest mental health facitlities and lay off of Michael once and for all. You heard the Robson mother say, that Michaels heart is pure
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Post by sunny2005 » Sat May 07, 2005 3:51 am

Originally Posted by HotMJ!
Speaking of, this book is recommended by pediatricians, doctors, and the La Leche League. It's a good book!



The Family Bed: An Age Old Concept in Child Rearing
by Tine Thevenin
1st edition, January 1976 (many editions, reprints since)


130 page book. Contents:



* available @Amazon.com:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/A...8797814-5338406


This is excellent info, thank you for sharing this! It would be great if the defense could use something like this in their case as well.
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Post by frozen rose » Sat May 07, 2005 4:01 am

Yeah I agree. Just because SOME people have DIRTY MINDS doesn't mean that Michael is one of them. You hear that Sneddon? NOTHING inapproiate happened! See! The truth will always come through lies, good triumphs over evil, as always. She up yours SnedDUMB! ha!
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Post by Cristine87 » Sat May 07, 2005 10:21 am

Originally posted by maintenant
:thumbsup Love the summary! Also, I think the prosecution has moved over into "way unethical". It's one thing to genuinely believe that Michael is guilty of heinous actions and to attempt to prove that, but to keep on reaching beyond the threshhold of all rationality to put an obviously innocent man behind bars, for what, a political career, envy, what? In all honestly, at this point, how can the prosecution continue to believe that they actually do have a case? Is that justice? Is this the kind of system they want to put themselves behind? I think if Sneddon were actually worth his salt, he'd stop the whole proceeding and make a little speech, something along the line of "I sincerely apologize...when I started this thing, I honestly believed that Michael Jackson was guilty, but as this trial proceeded, I finally had to realize that I had been wrong, too zealous, and allowed myself to be taken in by professional crooks who used me like they used Mr. Jackson. Your honor, I ask that this case be dismissed and that Michael Jackson be declared innocent of all charges. That's the kind of justice I want to work for." But no, he has to pretend an art book is child porn (not something implicitely beautiful), he has to pretend that several years of Playboy are to "entice" little boys (instead of for the enjoyment of the subscriber), he has to pretend that adult witnesses who claim they were never molested must have been molested when they were asleep and therefore don't remember, and so on and so on. He ought to be ashamed of himself. His role ISN'T the same as the defense attorney's...the defense can do anything it can to get their client off, but the prosecutor can't morally do anything possible to get an innocent man convicted of a crime he didn't commit, and a crime that doesn't even make sense.

In Sneddon's tiny little mind, and it IS a tiny little mind, Michael is "guilty" of two things, (1) being a grown man, (2) sometimes sharing his bed with children. But that is NOT a crime. Now SOME grown men MIGHT have sex with the children they have in their beds. But this one did not, could not, and would not. I don't know why that isn't obvious by now. And even if it isn't obvious, what clearly IS obvious is that such has NOT been proven, and at this point, never will be. There is an absolute reasonable doubt, and no legitimate way to convict. But Sneddon wants a conviction more than he wants truth and justice. And for that, he's beneath contempt.
Amen, I love that whole post! I love how the media keeps twisting this whole thing. I keep hearing things like " that might make the jury uncomfortable" "If I were a juror I would be uncomfortable". Well, you're not a juror & you don't know what they're thinking. This ain't nothin', wait til we get a few more weeks in to the defense's case!

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Post by koprulestheworld » Sat May 07, 2005 11:49 am

Originally posted by Cristine87
Amen, I love that whole post! I love how the media keeps twisting this whole thing. I keep hearing things like " that might make the jury uncomfortable" "If I were a juror I would be uncomfortable". Well, you're not a juror & you don't know what they're thinking. This ain't nothin', wait til we get a few more weeks in to the defense's case!

Just wait!! This a taste of what ahead for the MJteam. In coming weeks you will start to hear bigger bombshells the the DA lol.

Only if jordy would call T-mez and would say" Ok here what happen"

but what are the chances of that??? * dreams*

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Post by MJISHOT » Sat May 07, 2005 1:50 pm

^^ ohh

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