Prosecution Rests in Michael Jackson Case
Jackson Trial Update
Wednesday May 4, 2005
The prosecution rested today in the Michael Jackson trial. Every reporter I've seen (except one I muted because she's been overly biased since day 1 and isn't really a journalist, she just plays one on tv) has said the prosecution fell way short of what it needs to get a conviction against Michael Jackson.
My view: Terrible job by the prosecution. They didn't fulfill the promises they made in opening and just about every one of their witnesses had enough baggage to sink the Titanic. If there's a "man overboard" here, it's DA Tom Sneddon, not Michael Jackson.
The only thing that could redeem this case from the garbage dump is if Michael Jackson testifies and comes across poorly. Earth to Michael: Stay off the stand.
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