Tuesday, April 18, 2006


The least-likely sounding of many of the claims of sexual abuse against Michael Jackson - that he lured a boy into his limo and held him for several days, only for the boy to forget this until Jacko was up on the most recent sex charges - have been rejected by a court:

oseph Bartucci accused Mr Jackson of sexually assaulting him in a limousine in 1984, claiming he had repressed the memory of the incident until 2003.

But the action was dismissed last week by US District Judge Eldon Fallon.

"We're pleased with the results," said Mr Jackson's spokesman. "It's time to get on to new and better things."

Mr Bartucci's lawyer said he was "basically shocked" by the ruling.

Yes... shocked. That must be shocking.

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