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Topic: not guilty! (4 msgs / 72 lines)
1) From: Wandering Curmudgeon
See.. I would have won.   Not guilty on all counts.   I'm moving to Costa R=
ica

2) From: Bob
yeah, I'd say he moonwalked

3) From: Gene Smith
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Oh, calm down, John.  Jacko hits about the same place on the Manifest 
Evil-o-meter as people who don't flush in public toilets.  The questions I 
keep wondering about include: given his reputation, why would *any* parent 
let their kid anywhere near him?  Greed is the only answer I keep coming up 
with.  It's like in the scary movie (at least when you watch it in the sort 
of theaters I frequent) when a character is about to walk into some 
darkened chamber guaranteed to contain Somthing Really Really Bad, and the 
audience starts yelling "Look out!  Don't go in there!"
The other thing I wonder about is what the point of spending undoubtedly 
astonishing amounts of public money (and yes, I think there ought to be a 
published estimate) on pursuing Public Weirdo No.1?  Again, the only anwer 
I can come up with is greed.  In this case it would be political greed - 
nailing Michael Jackson would pretty much guarantee a sucessful 
rest-of-your-political-life, not to mention national celebrity.
The good news is that now that the trial is over we can, as a culture, get 
back to the important questions facing us...  Like what becomes of the 
Runaway Bride and whether or not the Paris Hilton Wedding Night Video will 
be available on the internet.
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

4) From: Michael Dhabolt
Gene
 NAILED IT.
 Mike (just plain)
 On 6/13/05, Gene Smith  wrote: 
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