Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, June 16, 2005

Jackson To Sue Sneddon?

Tom Mesereau, Michael Jackson's defence attorney, is reportedly urging Jackson to go back to court and sue Tom Sneddon for "malicious prosecution".

I would have though that the best thing for Jackson would be to get away from lawyers and courts for a while, and to make an attempt to rebuild his brand.

I note that there are also rumours that he may sue Martin Bashir, in London, for his 2003 documentary.

Mesereau made his suggestion, about suing Sneddon, on Larry King Live.


"Do I think this was done maliciously and unfairly? Absolutely...I think that he was treated in a way that no one else would have been similarly treated. It's because he's a mega-celebrity."


"I think their biggest problem was they were not objective about their case, they believed things they wanted to believe, they tried to prove theories that were absurd and they tried to demonise Michael Jackson."

Sometimes though, even in victory, it is better to get on with your life and let the dust settle.


  1. Anonymous4:28 PM

    I just wanted to congratulate Michael on his victory.....I think the whole thing was wrong, and like his family, blame the media for such ridiculous accusations.....I will no longer be watching Court TV or anything else to do with Nancy Grace.....she should change her name to "DISGRACE".