Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Tuesday, August 09, 2005

Another Juror Admits Mistake

I don't know what has got into some of the jury from the Michael Jackson child molestation trial, but a few of them seem to have had a sudden attack of guilt.

Katharina Carls, a third juror from the Jackson trial, has apologised for clearing Jackson.

She now insists that she believes that he was guilty of sexually abusing a teenage cancer sufferer.

Why say this now?

Why did she not vote him guilty when she was in the jury room?

Carls is the third juror to question Jackson's innocence; Eleanor Cook and Ray Hultman both, oddly enough, in the process of writing books about the trial have said that they think that Jackson was guilty as well.


If they really believed that, then they should have said so during the trial.


  1. Anonymous6:13 PM

    Get a grip Ken. They couldn't and shouldn't vote guilty based on how they "feel" or what they "believe". They need to vote as they did...based on the evidence, which was put together very badly by the prosecution. It isn't their fault Sneddon didn't have his act together. The jurors did their jobs as they were told. If jurors in all trials disregarded the evidence and based on how they "felt" we might as well toss the justice system out the window and go back to the Wild Wild West...the Spanish Inquisition...Say, there's a great one! You can't get better than basing a judgement on "feelings" than that! Or..maybe you'd prefer lynchings based on how certain groups in the south "felt" about a person because of his or her ethnicity? Don't get me going Ken. What you had to say was a load of "who shot John."

  2. Anom

    Read my post again

    You will see that my comment shows that I don't believe in their new found "views" on his guilt, and that I dont think they should now be trying to undermine the credibility of their verdict.