Skip to comments.Lawyers: Jacko Still a Threat
Posted on 06/18/2005 5:24:18 AM PDT by somerville
SANTA BARBARA,Calif. - Michael Jackson's prosecutors said Friday they still believe the pop star could be a danger to children, despite his acquittal on charges of molesting a boy two years ago....Santa Barbara County District Attorney Tom Sneddon and his two lead deputies said in an interview with the Associated Press..."They don't even stop when they get treatment.. This is a sickness that is very, very difficult to cure."
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I think one of the reasons he was looking so frail by the end of the trial, is because he knows that he is going to be under the microscope for a long time. He's going to have a harder time getting little Johnny alone to play with him.
Is this the same Sneddon who started his carreer as a high school coach watching young boys take showers in the locker room and frequently sent deputies into citizens homes looking for child porn and now won't return photo's he specifically had taken of Jackson's genitals?
He has a lifetime pass to diddle all the boys from dysfuntional families that he can get by hook or crook.
Please state your source for this information--something others can look up and judge the quality and content for themselves. Otherwise, I suspect it's just Jackson-supporter blather.
Thanks for the Maureen Orth assessment. Scary.
He will molest again, and I believe the next time he will be convicted.
Yes, seems like Jackson supporter blather. I notice he hasn't returned to give his source.
Seems off the wall to me.
What's your source for this please ?
Also, Sneddon doesn't have the photos. They're in the hands of the sheriff.
Would be very interested to see your evidence backing up your claim about Sneddon.Otherwise, I will assume it's just pro-Jackson blather.
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