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A Jury Of His Peers

by | 21st, February 2005

‘MICHAEL Jackson – or, indeed, anyone who looks like Michael Jackson – has yet to take the stand at the trial of the century.

‘And I believe that one day a pig will make it to the moon’

But even before the prosecution has uttered a single word or the defence has risen an objection, many Americans have made up their minds as to Jacko’s guilt or innocence.

And the word is that he is innocent. At least that’s the word in Liz Taylor’s house. To put this word in context, Taylor’s ruling goes: ‘I believe Michael is absolutely innocent.’

Not content with using just one judge, the Enquirer takes the case to the appeal court and hears Debbie Allen of the New York City High School for the Performing Arts say: ‘I have no idea what this is about, but I’m sure he will prevail.’

But Rosie O’Donnell is less than impressed and wants us all to know it. ‘He’s a freak,’ says she, ‘and not in a nice way.’

It’s all just soooo confusing. But before we tie Jacko’s hands, toss him in a creek and see if he floats, Michael J Fox speaks up for the judicial system.

‘Hopefully, the legal system will find out what happened, but in the meantime, it’s just sad. There are children involved.’

Although the extent of their involvement remains to be seen…’

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