HIs word against that of the alleged victim. <br>Better to pay a large amount of money than to have it go to trial.<br>That is why MIchael Jackson is stupid. He is an easy target for people wanting to make money off the rich.<br>His lawyers warned him but Jacko is too stupid to listen.<br>He went on BBC and said that he went to bed with these kids. How stupid is that?<br>Michael Jackson is definitely guilty of stupidity.<br><br><br>
The fact that the prosecution raided the estate and confiscated a boatload of evidence is the reason there isn't a settlement this time around. They finally nailed him... if sanity prevails.<br><br>No doubt the accusers, this time around, look a bit shaky... but that's because they were in fact looking for some green. Doesn't make him any less guilty and the prosecution stated at the onset they were going to put an end to his buying his way out of mistakes.<br><br>my 2¢<br><br>
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If Jackson was that confident in his innocence all along, IMO, he should have gone to trial the very first time this came up and cleared his name....<br><br>Terry nailed it- this time he just had too much evidence piled up against him. Not gonna buy your way out of it this time, Mikey...<br><br>EDIT: I take that back, he probably *will*.<br><br><br>Back in Black...
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