Yes more about Wacko Jacko
Live from the opening statements in the Jackson trial.
MARCH 1--TSG continues with our dispatches from the Santa Maria courthouse, so check back regularly for the most up-to-date accounts of arguments
delivered by Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon and Jackson lawyer Thomas Mesereau.
Today, Mesereau resumes his opening statement.
8:35 AM PST: Resuming his opening statement, Mesereau came out blasting this morning, aiming his fire at the accuser and his siblings, saying that
while the children were initially well behaved, they became "out of control" while in residence at Jackson's Neverland Ranch. Mesereau told jurors
* Broke into the estate's wine cellar
* Broke into a refrigerator
* Stole alcohol that Jackson had ordered for guests (and were found drunk by ranch employees)
At Neverland's amusement park, they were discovered at the top of a ferris wheel, where they threw objects at elephants and people.
·Addressing the stash of porno magazines discovered in his home during a November 2003 raid, Mesereau said, "Mr. Jackson will freely admit that he
does read girly magazines from time to time." But, Mesereau added, Jackson kept titles like Playboy and Hustler in a briefcase. When the accuser and
his brother removed magazines from the briefcase, Mesereau said, Jackson took them back from the boys (this would seem to serve as the defense
explanation for why the fingerprints of Jackson and the boys were recovered from the magazines).
He also noted that forensic investigators did not discover the accuser's DNA in Jackson's bedroom, where multiple acts of molestation allegedly