Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, October 08, 2004

Personal Animosity

The motion to dismiss Tom Sneddon, as prosecutor in the Michael Jackson trial, was partly unsealed yesterday.

It seems that Jackson's team feel that Sneddon's case is personal. Sneddon, in their view, has quote:

"abandoned his role as public prosecutor, and is motivated by personal animosity toward the singer."

They believe that Sneddon's handling of the investigation has revealed a conflict of interest, that prevents the singer from obtaining a fair trial.

They go on to allege that Sneddon has a vendetta against Jackson, which dates back to the 1993 molestation investigation which failed.

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