Jacko: DA’s Witnesses Admit Lying
Friday, April 08, 2005
By Roger Friedman
The prosecution put on two witnesses yesterday in the Michael Jackson child molestation case, each determined to demolish the defense. At first their plan looked good. But then defense attorney Tom Mesereau came twirling on to the court, and the rest is history.
Mesereau’s big moment came at 9:35 a.m. PDT. With 10 minutes to go before the first break in the morning session, Mesereau knew that he had to act fast to counter allegations from former Neverland security guard Ralph Chacon. These included two instances of child molestation described in graphic detail by Chacon.
The episodes were so intense and unsavory that they sent Jackson’s mother Katherine Jackson fleeing from the courtroom.
That left only brother Tito Jackson to stand by the pop star during perhaps his worst-ever moments in a courtroom. (Father Joseph Jackson was in Las Vegas, according to sources, on business.)
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