Friday, March 04, 2005


Bedroom eyes

There mere thought of getting a tour of Michael Jackson's bedroom sends shivers down my spine, and not in a good way.
Jurors in the Michael Jackson case got their first look Thursday at the singer's master bedroom suite where he allegedly molested a 13-year-old boy.

The panel was shown videotape from a Nov. 18, 2003, raid of Jackson's Neverland ranch that included shots of his cluttered bedroom, but none of the sexually explicit magazines that Santa Barbara County District Attorney Thomas Sneddon has said were found in the suite.

The video, shot by Sheriff's Department photographer Albert Lafferty, showed a sparkling bedspread, pictures of Marilyn Monroe and Shirley Temple, several TVs and stacks of videos.

Two rooms that investigators called the "doll room" and the "toy room" were filled with dolls, mannequins and figurines of such characters as Bat Man, Superman and C-3PO, Boba Fett and R2-D2 from "Star Wars."

The close-up look into the location of the alleged crime came a day after a prosecution witness said under cross-examination that she believed some of the alleged co-conspirators in a scheme against his accuser's family may actually have been plotting against Jackson.

The most amazing thing about the Jackson case is that there is a massive amount of evidence that Jackson could be one of the biggest child molesters of all time. The bad thing is that the evidence doesn't match the crime. A good way to describe this, and run a parallel, is that there was a shooting inside of a house, and the wife was killed. The husband was home at the time, and he is an avid gun collector, owner of 50-plus guns of varied calibers. Only once SID runs a ballistics test, the bullet that killed the wife doesn't match any of the guns in the house, and there is no gunshot residue on the husband. That's exactly what we're looking at with Jackson --- an overwhelming amount of evidence that is nothing more than heresay at this point in time.

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