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Jackson Defense says "Amen" to Immunity witness!
Tom Sneddon gave "use" immunity to Vincent Amen, in the hope of getting juicy dirt on Michael Jackson, in the continuing effort to lock him up. Mr. Amen then told the prosecutors the truth and they decided not to call him. Why? His testimony completely destroys the prosecutionís conspiracy case, and in doing that, the Arvizo family is so utterly discredited that any conviction on any count becomes impossible.
In his vendetta against Mr. Jackson, Sneddon has given credence to a conglomeration of whack-jobs and weirdos, all of whom were easily shown by the defense to be completely incredible. Even Judge Rodney Melville, in denying the defenseís motion to direct an acquittal without a defense presentation, made it clear that he personally found the prosecution witnesses to be less than credible, but left that question of fact for the jury.
"What happens every time one looks at this case is another difficulty for the prosecution. Witness discredited, witness arrested, key witness obviously lies on stand and jury ignores her."
What happens every time one looks at this case is another difficulty for the prosecution. Witness discredited, witness arrested, key witness obviously lies on stand and jury ignores her. Where does Michael Jackson stand? On the backfiring line. Sneddon is ready with a firing squad of rifles pointed squarely at his own face. Actually, Iíll go a tad further. Every time one of these witnesses ruins this case a but more, they are rehabilitating Michael Jacksonís career! This parade of discreditation is debunking the notion that Mr. Jackson is a child molester. As this case becomes more disastrous, Mr. Jackson is being shown to be a sweet and innocent Peter Pan who misses his lost childhood.
When he is acquitted, Michael Jackson will be financially a little better off (he has apparently sold cash-bleeding Neverland for $35 million), and he will be plastered with offers to tour the world, and his next album will sell well. Heíll end up keeping his interest in the Beatlesí and Elvisí songs, and he will be set for life. So Michael Jackson will indirectly have Tom Sneddon to thank for solving his financial problems.