Every time I see Robert Blake I always think of a bit he did on The Tonight Show with Carson where he was telling Johnny how he fell on hard times as a teenager after The Little Rascals gig and he became a Heroin addicted transvestite. Not a pretty picture. He's as messed up as Jacko, just in a different way.<br><br>
Jackson is messed up, but so far they haven't proven their case as a child molester.<br><br>It's possible that he's got a fetish for kids, but not everyone has to actually touch. It could be that just being around them is enough for him. It could be there's nothing physical sexual going on. <br><br>As it stands, the kids who have been on the stand have been shown to have a history of lying in order to defraud companys for money. This feels like another scam put together by their mother. <br><br>If Jackson is guilty, he should be punished big time. If he's not, then he's a victim of a cruel and life wrecking smear just so someone can get money<br><br>
Yeah I think both sides are kinda smarmy in that case. I figure he'll walk. I'm really surprised Blake got a not guilty. Since he doesn't have buckets of money. I thought he'd go down for it. Of course after Jacko's trial is over I wonder how low his reserves will be. <br><br>
Jacko is going to walk, just like Blake did. The problem here is California juries, and their reluctance to find a celebrity guilty beyond any doubt. <br><br>The instructions are beyond a reasonable doubt. By that standard, OJ, Blake, and Jacko are all guilty as sin. <br><br>
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