<br><br><br><blockquote>The mother of Michael Jackson's young molestation accuser claimed that she feared her children would be spirited away from the star's Neverland Ranch in a hot air balloon.<br><br>In some of the most bizarre testimony of Jackson's frequently surreal trial, the woman revealed that she told police she feared her three kids would vanish from Neverland into California's blue skies.<br><br>"Did you tell the sheriff that you thought your children might disappear in a hot air balloon from Neverland?" Jackson's lead lawyer Thomas Mesereau asked the woman under cross examination.<br><br><embed src="http://www.garyrog.50megs.com/midi/upupandaway.mid" width=320 height=25 controller="true" autoplay="false" type="video/quicktime"></blockquote><br><br>link<br><br>****************<br>[color:red]Fat people are harder to kidnap</font color=red>
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If you follow this trial you will find it is very very very very very bizarre.<br>I have been following it (don't know why).<br>The mother of the accuser pleaded the fifth.<br>Most of the prosecution witnesses are unbelievable.<br>The accuser can't get the facts or the timeline straight. <br>The only two things that are hurting Jacko at this time are his past offenses and some witnesses have seen the boys intoxicated.<br>One thing I am curious about and I am sure the jury is also...a former security guard said she saw Jackson groping Macaulay Culkin.<br>Culkin denies anything like that happened but he also said he won't testify.<br>I think the defense has to have Culkin testify to show that Michael is harmless.<br><br>I know that is more information than anybody wanted to know, I apologize.<br><br><br>
Loc: Pacific NW, USA
Personally I think that sounds weird enough to be something he would say. Then he is going to hook a wagon to his Hot Wheels® and take the kids along on a high speed chase down the freeway as fast as Bubbles can pedal.<br><br>
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