Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Michael Jackson's ex-wife is prosecution witness

The prosecution just had Michael Jackson's ex-wife testify against him. She was not a witness to any crimes, but she has a child visitation dispute with Jackson, and her testimony was just to badmouth him.

I am amazed that judges put up with prosecution witnesses like this. She adds nothing to the case against Jackson, except perhaps to suggest that Jackson is a weirdo. Everyone knows that Jackson is a weirdo. It is not a crime to be a weirdo.

I think that Jackson should be acquitted, based on what I have seen.

If I get prosecuted for some unrelated crime some day, is the DA going to chase down my ex-wife and ask her to tell the court about our marital or child-rearing disputes? It makes no sense to me. It is just not relevant evidence.

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