Friday, March 18, 2005

STILL, AT LEAST SHE DIDN'T SAY IT WAS LIKE KIDS: Jackson Trial update

OF COURSE IT WAS PLEASUREISLAND... IT HAD A FUN FAIR, DIDN'T IT?
We're kind of confused at the order the Jackson prosecution are wheeling out their witnesses - you'd have thought the accuser would have been either the big finish or the grand opening. Anyway, for whatever reason, next up after his "I told teachers he didn't touch me, but I didn't want to be known as Michael jackson's rapetoy boy" testimony was a policeman from the case who said Gavin ahd claimed five to seven cases of interference, but could only describe two in any detail. Then there was TV weatherman Fritz Coleman, who just popped up to counter the expected Leno attack on the family for being nasty and greedy. And now they've brought up KiKi Fournier, a housekeeper at the neverland ranch - which she described as a "pleasure island." While admitting she never saw Jackson give the infamous Jesus Juice to anmy kids, she did claim to have seen three or four kids pissed - presumably telling Jackson he was their best mate and hugging him. Kiki sounds far from impressed with the goings-on, which sound a little like those Channel 4 shows where they let kids have the run of a house:

Some would stay for weeks during school holidays, she said, eating what they wanted, staying up late to watch films and having food fights.

"Neverland became like Pinocchio's pleasure island without the parents," Ms Fournier told the jury.

"He [Michael Jackson] did let them have a free hand. They could get pretty rambunctious."



Of course, when Sky News show this they'll have a little 'Reconstruction' logo on it so you'll know...


The case continues.


1 comment:

Homes said...

Jacko is innocent

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