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post #1 of 23
Thread Starter 
I was speechless when I read this article. Anyone who is charged with child molestation, which is just one step below homicide, and can act in this fashion, is either totally callous, or gaga.
http://www.cnn.com/2004/LAW/01/16/ja...ent/index.html
post #2 of 23
Guilty or not I don't think he cares anymore, he seems to be doing everything he can to make the public dislike him. I don't think he's doing it on purpose, he just doesn't seem to realise it's showing him in a bad light, just like being 20 minutes late, just like accusing the police of dislocating his shoulder and 10 minutes later waving enthusiastically to his fans. Whether he's guilty or not (I don't know which) there's a sad inevitability that he will end up destroying himself one way or another.
post #3 of 23
God, that man makes me sick.
post #4 of 23
Climbing on top of an SUV and dancing, with dislocated shoulders and in constant pain - whatta guy!
post #5 of 23
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Originally posted by Kiwideus
God, that man makes me sick.
Kick the font up a few sizes, bold it, italicize it, underline it, and I will agree with you 100%. I am at the point where I am wishing he is found guilty.
post #6 of 23
I would just like to say one thing.

I LOVE the judge!! He's pulling rank and it's fantastic.
post #7 of 23
OK I have had enough, I'm really starting to believe how sick this man is, I do like his music but his behavior puts a new spin on life, I rekon he should be put behind bars for life.
post #8 of 23
He seems to be going out of his way, to prejudice the potential jury pool - AGAINST him. Even if his attorneys request and get a change of venue, WHERE are they going to find anyone who hasn't seen or heard about MJ's bizarre behavior?

I'm glad to see that the judge isn't going to be an Ito and allow the publicity to affect the way that he controls his courtroom. P***ing off the judge, right from the get-go, is NOT a shrewd legal maneuver.

WHEN are celebrities going to learn that the law applies to EVERYONE? Here, in Tucson, Diana Ross finally gave up her whining and accepted a plea deal in her DUI case. It only took a year!
post #9 of 23
"won courtroom seats in a lottery?" Gag me! Talk about a circus and they have come to see the head monkey.
post #10 of 23
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Originally posted by hissy
"won courtroom seats in a lottery?" Gag me! Talk about a circus and they have come to see the head monkey.
Seriously. What attorney would let a client get away with that behavior? I think maybe the lawyers could plead insanity.....for themselves.
post #11 of 23
I ran across this, on my local homepage and found it amusing:

Jackson Late for a Very Important Date Top Stories
January 18 2004 04:35:53 AM EST
Michael Jackson traded his tired and true moonwalk for his new and updated perp walk again on Friday when he went to court to plead not guilty to child-molestation charges.
The bad news is that he was 21 minutes late for his own arraignment before Judge Rodney Melville. The good news is that his nose did not set off the metal detectors. Oddly enough, neither did the giant metallic "ER" crest (emblem of the Queen of England) emblazoned on his jacket. The insignia did, however, confirm to the world that the King of Pop is actually the queen - of England.

Jacko's parents (otherwise known as the Queen mum and King of Pop's pop), as well as his sister, Janet, and his brother Jermaine, who's royal lineage was passed on to his son Jermajesty were all present. Jermaine, who's career has been floundering since his baby brother reached puberty, is now luckily is enjoying a whole new career as Michael's mouthpiece - and a real royal pain he is.

In case you were wondering, the medal around Jacko's neck was from the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, and the one on his chest was from Her Majesty's Royal Transportation Corps. In other words, this white bird wanted to fly the hell outta there!

Jackson's true Norma Desmond moment came, however, when he emerged from the courthouse into a mob of well-wishers, justice seekers, reporters and curiosity seekers. Someone asked him what he thought of the crowd. His answer: "I love it. I love it."

Ready for his close-up, Mr. DeMille. Or maybe that's Judge Melville.
post #12 of 23
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by katl8e
I ran across this, on my local homepage and found it amusing:

Jackson Late for a Very Important Date Top Stories
January 18 2004 04:35:53 AM EST
Michael Jackson traded his tired and true moonwalk for his new and updated perp walk again on Friday when he went to court to plead not guilty to child-molestation charges.
The bad news is that he was 21 minutes late for his own arraignment before Judge Rodney Melville. The good news is that his nose did not set off the metal detectors. Oddly enough, neither did the giant metallic "ER" crest (emblem of the Queen of England) emblazoned on his jacket. The insignia did, however, confirm to the world that the King of Pop is actually the queen - of England.

Jacko's parents (otherwise known as the Queen mum and King of Pop's pop), as well as his sister, Janet, and his brother Jermaine, who's royal lineage was passed on to his son Jermajesty were all present. Jermaine, who's career has been floundering since his baby brother reached puberty, is now luckily is enjoying a whole new career as Michael's mouthpiece - and a real royal pain he is.

In case you were wondering, the medal around Jacko's neck was from the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, and the one on his chest was from Her Majesty's Royal Transportation Corps. In other words, this white bird wanted to fly the hell outta there!

Jackson's true Norma Desmond moment came, however, when he emerged from the courthouse into a mob of well-wishers, justice seekers, reporters and curiosity seekers. Someone asked him what he thought of the crowd. His answer: "I love it. I love it."

Ready for his close-up, Mr. DeMille. Or maybe that's Judge Melville.
ROFL
post #13 of 23
I truly believe that MJ is out of touch with reality and has been so the majority of his life. Any grown man that build himself a mansion such as Neverland and swears that he has children over because he loves them, yet cannot provide a lifestyle to have his own children has more than a few screws loose. I've seen interviews where he swears he really loves children - the scary part about those interviews is that he truly appears to believe himself. His actions are totally disconnected from reality.

As much as I'd like to see him in prison, I do think he is insane. I only hope that if they find him insane, that he is locked up for a LONG time in a place geared towards the criminally insane. He needs to be removed from society.
post #14 of 23
I think there is definitely something wrong with MJ. It seems like he's living in a fantasy world, where any crowd to see him is good news, no matter what the circumstances. He is like a little kid, who just wants attention for everything he does.

I also think that the "fans" who traveled from other countries have some problems. The man is a freak show, and they are there making him think it's ok.
post #15 of 23
I am so glad people are finally seeing him for the freak that he is, and will stop buying that noise he calls music. I have never been a fan, and always suspected there was something wrong with him.
I cannot believe all those people that don't even know him saying "he is so full of love, you can hear healing in the songs he sings." What a steamimg load! It might be even a little different if he wrote any of them.
post #16 of 23
Now would that be songs like "Beat It" "Don't Stop to You Get Enough" those types of songs?
post #17 of 23
I don't care much for MJ.. but I do his music it's one of my fave CD's and it's in our Falcon so whenever we go out, it's what we listen to. It's sad he chose to coat him self in makeup and add plastic because he was so talented. Now he's just a freak.

Where does Michael Jackson pick his nose?

From a cataloge(sp?)
post #18 of 23
Psychic: Jackson Denied Abusing Children


JERUSALEM (AP) - Psychic Uri Geller defended his friend Michael Jackson on Sunday, saying the pop singer denied under hypnosis three years ago that he had sexually abused children.

Geller, best known for his claimed telekinetic ability to bend spoons, told Israel's Army Radio that he hypnotized Jackson when the two were alone in a recording studio at an undisclosed location.

The hypnosis would have taken place before Jackson is alleged to have molested a cancer-stricken boy invited to his Neverland Ranch.

``I told him that that if he would let me, I would hypnotize him,'' Geller told the radio. ``He said, 'Okay, let's give it a try.'''

He said he asked Jackson about persistent rumors that he had abused children.

``He answered me under deep hypnosis that he had never touched a child in a sexual way,'' Geller said. ``He said - and here I'm using his exact words - 'My relations with children are very beautiful.'''

Geller said he was convinced Jackson was telling him the truth.

``I'm a good hypnotist, and I know who is trying to mislead me ... `` he said. ``I can see straight into the subject's eyes ... (Jackson) didn't fool me, I'm absolutely sure of it.''

Geller said he did not seek Jackson's permission to ask about the abuse allegations during the hypnosis, but that he posed the question because he was about to introduce Jackson to his family and wanted to be sure the singer was innocent.

Geller was born and raised in Israel and has lived in Europe since 1972.

Jackson faces seven counts alleging lewd or lascivious acts upon a child under 14 and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent. He has pleaded innocent.


post #19 of 23
What an interesting article.

Quote:
``He answered me under deep hypnosis that he had never touched a child in a sexual way,'' Geller said. ``He said - and here I'm using his exact words - 'My relations with children are very beautiful.'''
Does this mean he's innocent, or that he's more deluded than previously thought? I'm not sure I trust Uri Geller anyway, he seems to be a publicity hungry type of person to me, but that's just my opinion.

As well as that he's been friends with MJ for ages so it's in his interests that he be found innocent, if MJ is found guilty his close friends may find the media asking if they knew, how much they knew and why they didn't speak out about it.
post #20 of 23
The Amazing Randi debunked Uri Geller, years ago. He's nothing but a leech, looking to cash in on all of the notoriety.
post #21 of 23
I was trying to remember the name of the person who debunked Uri - thanks for the reminder Cindy
post #22 of 23
Uri needs to generate some income - bending spoons isn't exactly a marketable skill!
post #23 of 23
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``He answered me under deep hypnosis that he had never touched a child in a sexual way,'' Geller said. ``He said - and here I'm using his exact words - 'My relations with children are very beautiful.'''

Not quite the answer we were looking for is it!
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