Michael Jackson Indicted By Grand Jury, Reports Say

May 2004
Jet;5/10/2004, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p32
Reports on the indictment of Michael Jackson by the grand jury that investigated child molestation allegations against him, according to news reports in 2004. Statement issued by his legal defense; Plea entered by Jackson in January.


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