Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, August 04, 2005

Guilty as Sin

It seems that the desire for money and fame is proving to be a little too much for some of the members of the Jackson child molestation jury.

Two of the jurors, who acquitted Michael Jackson of child molestation charges, now say that they think that Jackson was guilty.

Needless to say, this sudden volte face is immaculately timed to coincide with the announcement that they are writing a couple of books.

"Guilty As Sin, Free as a Bird" is the title chosen by Eleanor Cook.

Whilst co juror Ray Hultman will write "The Deliberator", along with former Jackson family friend and author Stacy Brown.

In interviews immediately after the verdict, Cook supported the verdicts and castigated Gavin Arvizo's mother.


"Don't snap your fingers at me, lady!".

The jurors had originally made a pact not to talk about what went on in the jury room. However, it seems that loyalty to money and fame proves hard to resist.

It seems that there is also going to be a movie about the jurors' experiences.

Doesn't this blatant money making and attention seeking, by the so called impartial jury, invalidate the verdict?

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:49 AM

    It sounds to me like Ms. Cook should be looking inside and making some changes instead of lashing out and collecting money. Do you thnk she will donate all her book deal income to kids in troubled homes? I doubt it. Probably not even a penny. After all. What kind of woman would let a pedophile go? Please. Leave the man alone. You have cost him enough. At least he has done some very positive things for many children and adults.