The jury in the Michael Jackson trial were treated to another video of the inside of one of the protagonists homes. This time it was not the unrestrained/decadent opulence of Neverland, but the more humble interior of Janet Jackson's (nee Arvizo's) apartment in East LA.
The footage was shot by a private investigator, Bradley Miller, who worked for Michael Jackson; it was found in the investigator's office.
Seemingly the video was made in February 2003, whilst the Arvizos were allegedly being held captive at Neverland.
Why on earth would Jackson want to video the inside of their apartment?
Part of the video showed men cleaning out, and removing, furniture from the Arvizo's apartment. "Cucarachas," one of the men remarked, apparently referring to an insect problem.
The prosecution believe that the Jackson associates took the Arvizo's items, and kept them after the family left Neverland.
This case gets more bizarre, day by day.