Accuser Now Says He Molested Michael JacksonTestimony surprises chagrinned prosecution who expected opposite testimony
Jackson's accuser (left) surprised a Los Angeles courtroom
by confessing to "wanton acts against Michael Jackson." This
is the third consecutive witness for the prosecution to deliver
devastating testimony in direct contradiction to earlier depositions.
Los Angeles--The unnamed accuser in the Michael Jackson trial stunned the prosecution this afternoon, when his expected testimony of molestation at the hands of King of Pop, Michael Jackson, took a sudden and unexpected turn.
"The reality is, there is a good Michael Jackson, and a bad Michael Jackson. I molested the good Michael Jackson," he said.
The testimony comes on the heels of Jackson's second wife, Debbie Rowe, who appeared also to do a 180 on the testimony expected by the prosecution, and seems to greatly hinder the case. Legal experts also agree.
"What we have here, is the primary witness, the alleged molestee, saying that he is now the perpetrator," said one expert. There is literally no case left, as there is no one else in the courtroom saying they were molested."
Jackson's legal team said the sudden and unsolicited changes on the part of key witnesses are welcome, and that they expect a "literal flood" of people coming forward in the next few days, with anecdotal accounts of how they have also molested Michael Jackson.
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