Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, July 08, 2005

Another Investigation Into Jackson

Santa Barbara County District Attorney's office is still refusing to return evidence, that it seized from Michael Jackson's Neverland in 2003 and 2004.

Attorney Stephen Dunkle, who is working for Jackson lawyer Robert Sanger, filed a declaration that requested a return Jackson's property.

It seems that the prosecution is dragging its heals on returning the evidence, as it is hoping to try again via another investigation.

The DA's office responded to the request by saying:

"Certain of the property seized from Neverland is contraband. Certain of that property may not belong to Mr. Jackson. Other items may have relevance in the event of another investigation."


"One just knows that defendant's counsel would assert that the order [to return Jackson's property] covers photographs taken of Mr. Jackson's person in 1994, in connection with the investigation of his reported molestation [of the boy in the 1994 Chandler case]."

There is an old saying, that seems applicable in this case, "put up, or shut up".

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous10:45 AM

    I use to think that once a Jury comes in with a verdict,that the Trial was over.That was years ago.In the past 14 years,my opinions had changed.It should have changed years earlier.I am a sometimes optimist.I know that some people want to prolong a case after they lost it.And the D.A.s office has lost more than their case against Michael Jackson;they've lost their minds.