Monday started the week with another outbreak of fighting, between the defence and prosecution teams in the forthcoming Michael Jackson trial.
Michael Jackson's defence team on Monday noted that Tom Sneddon, for the prosecution, had violated a gag order.
They cite the remarks made by Sneddon to a recent district Attorneys' conference. He was quoted as saying that "We sent letters to some people saying we intended to call them as witnesses in order to keep them off TV."
Tom Sneddon denies that this broke the gag order.
So it seems, as I have already noted on this site, that the trial is going to be dominated by diversions relating to the gagging order rather than the issues that are meant to be discussed; namely, is Michael Jackson guilty of child molestation or not?
Take the gag off say I!