Saturday, July 10, 2004

CLEARLY, FRIDAYS ARE SET ASIDE IN AMERICAN COURTS FOR DEALING WITH THE FAMOUS: After a busy week for the Michael Jackson case, which is proceeding under a veil of secrecy only challenged by that couple fucking on stage in Norway for its sense of privacy, Jacko has been slapped down by the judge for yakking away about the case where he didn't touch the kid but gave him millions anyway. Judge Rodney Melville conceeded that the earlier case might be on the edges of his ban on participants talking about the case in public, but warned Jackson not to do it again. He was probably just thankful that this time the defence team had done its work in public rather than leaking stuff to Fox News Channel.

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