The Reverend Jesse Jackson put his two cents into the Michael Jackson trial on Thursday, again.
He appeared on the Abrams Report, and said that after the trial (assuming that Michael Jackson is not found guilty) Michael Jackson wishes to build a theme park in Africa.
Jesse Jackson claimed that Michael Jackson does have enough cash for such a project.
I would have thought that a more productive use of the money for the children of Africa would be on schools, agriculture and sanitation.
Theme parks serve no purpose, other than to take one's mind off reality.
As regards Michael Jackson's self confessed habit of sleeping with children, Jesse Jackson said:
"I think that some of what he has done is just on the edge. It is high risk. And now me and his family is very acutely aware of what has happened. And I think that this type risky behavior will never happen again. It shouldn't have happened in the first place, but certainly it will never happen again."
Read that a few times and you get the impression that, despite what the good Reverend says, he actually thinks that Michael Jackson is guilty.