Saturday, August 07, 2004

JACKO LEGAL SPATS: AN ONGOING COLLECTION: We know that due process is very important, but we're a little bit bemused as to why so much of the Michael Jackson's defence team energies are being directed towards administrative anomalies. We know that matters like their latest beef, claims that the prosecution haven't handed over all the paperwork, have some impact on their ability to do their work, but surely they realise that getting the charges dropped on a technicality will do nothing to clear their client in that all-important court of popular opinion? They believe he's innocent, and provably so - and yet seem to be desperate not to be given an opportunity to make that fact plain, in public, in clear sight. It's a rubbish strategy.


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