On Trial: Jackson for the Defense

Yu, Ting; Bell, Carrie; Biermann, Rachel; Chiu, Alexis; Davis, Caris; Fleeman, Michael; Hamm, Liza; Morehouse, Macon; Norman, Pete; Rizzo, Monica; Swertlow, Frank; Trischitta, Linda
December 2002
People;12/16/2002, Vol. 58 Issue 25, p20
Reports on Michael Jackson and his behavior during a trial in the Santa Maria, California court room over the cancellation of concerts in Sydney, Australia and Honolulu, Hawaii in 1999. Description of Jackson as wacky and flamboyant during the trial; Details of his behavior; How Jackson made faces at the camera while on the stand.


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