The Michael Jackson mystery
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Entertainment US Jackson - Jury resumes deliberation for seventh day, fans continue to mass
NAME: US JACKSON 130605Nx TAPE: EF05/0519 IN_TIME: 10:33:58:03 DURATION: 00:02:22:17 SOURCES: APTN/POOL DATELINE: Santa Maria, 13 June 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: POOL 1. Jury vans arrive at courthouse APTN 2. Wide exterior shot of courthouse 3. Police officers outside courthouse 4. Jackson supporters and opponents holding signs and chanting across the street from courthouse 5. Police officers lined up outside courthouse 6. Various shots of press staked out outside courthouse 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Diane Dimond, Court TV Correspondent: "It takes a jury time to get to know their rhythm. They have been together for 14 weeks, but they weren't allowed to talk about any of this. So to me, after a 14 week trial, this is not an overly long deliberation. Having said that, I'll tell you, only the Robert Blake case in recent memory, has a jury gone this long and actually acquitted, so I would think the state's probably feeling pretty good right now. However, if it goes on too long, the state's going to get worried about a hung jury." 8. Shots of fans and protestors outside courthouse 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Stacy Philliips, Jackson Fan: "I hope the jury comes in today, because I would really love to be here for it, but I just want the jury to take their time and really give a fair trial here." 10. SOUNDBITE: (Swedish) Janet Manbrink, Jackson fan from Sweden: "Michael, I'm sorry we haven't learned anything in two-thousand years." 11. Various shots of Jackson protesters outside courthouse STORYLINE: Jurors in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial resumed deliberations Monday, their seventh day of talks on the 10-count indictment against the pop star. The jurors had already spent more than 28 hours behind closed doors since getting the case on June 3. The panel has deliberated on weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (1530 GMT to 2130 GMT), with several brief breaks daily and two shortened days. Following a news report late last week that jurors have asked several questions and requested to have portions of testimony by Jackson's accuser read back, a media attorney asked the judge Monday to release records and to allow access to any future proceedings. The news report by CNN was attributed to unidentified sources. It indicated there have been at least three meetings between attorneys and the judge. Early in deliberations there was one announcement by the trial media pool coordinator that there had been a jury question, but there was no word on what the question was or its resolution. A media protest filed at that time will not be heard until Thursday. Court-TV reporter Diane Dimond (DI-mond) said in her estimation, seven days is not an "overly long deliberation, " but added that, if recent history is any indication, the prosecution is probably "feeling pretty good right now." A dozen or so fans returned to the courthouse, carrying signs and chanting "Jackson is innocent." They were joined by a handful of Jackson opponents, as well. The 46-year-old popstar is charged with molesting a 13-year-old boy in 2003, giving him alcohol and conspiring to hold the young cancer survivor and his family against their will to get them to rebut a damaging television documentary about the pop star.
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Entertainment US Jackson - Charges expected later against pop superstar
TAPE: EF03/1130 IN_TIME: 21:24:38 DURATION: 2:35 SOURCES: ABC/Pool/APTN RESTRICTIONS: Part No access internet DATELINE: California - 18 Dec 2003/File SHOTLIST: APTN File - Los Angeles 1. Close-up Michael Jackson getting out of a car ABC - No Access Internet Santa Barbara - December 18, 2003 2. SOUNDBITE: (English) Diane Dimond, Court TV reporter: "I think that as far as the gritty details, I think the titillation factor will be kept down in the papers that we see filed today. Lewd and lascivious acts, multiple acts, we already know that, the District Attorney has said that. But I might also say to look for charges of endangering the welfare of a child, contributing to the delinquency of a minor. As you indicate, there are these allegations that Michael Jackson himself gave this 12 year old cancer patient both alcohol and sleeping pills while they were having this relationship." ABC - No Access Internet Santa Barbara - November 18, 2003 3. Aerial shot of Neverland Ranch 4. Sheriff's car drives out of gates at Neverland Ranch 5. Aerial view of police cars at ranch POOL Santa Barbara - November 20, 2003 6. Jackson convoy arrives at Santa Barbara County main jail gates 7. Jackson leaves car wearing handcuffs ABC - No Access Internet Santa Barbara - December 18, 2003 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Diane Dimond, Court TV reporter "Well I know the prosecution wants him to come forward and testify - will he do that? I think it is doubtful. They could force him, they could subpoena him, but how would that look for the prosecution having a reluctant victim on the stand and someone who took multi-millions of dollars from Michal Jackson. I can imagine that Mark Geragos would jump all over that young man." APTN File - Los Angeles 9. Close-up Michael Jackson getting out of car 10. Various views of Santa Barbara County Sheriff's website announcing news conference Thursday and where charges will be published STORYLINE: Prosecutors in Los Angeles say they will file criminal charges against pop star Michael Jackson on Thursday. Sources familiar with the case also said that the District Attorney Tom Sneddon had agreed to delay the arraignment a week to January 16 and return Jackson's passport to allow him to travel overseas. Jackson, who has declared his innocence, is free on three (m) million US dollars bail. The charges pending against Jackson are expected to detail for the first time allegations involving a boy with cancer, now 14, who slept over at Neverland several times. The boy appeared with Jackson in a British documentary that aired on American television in February. At a news conference last month, Sneddon appeared jovial, made wisecracks and appeared to revel in the attention surrounding the case. Soon afterwards someone leaked an official memo showing that Jackson was cleared by Los Angeles County child welfare investigators last February of molestation claims involving the same boy. Sneddon said he knew about the memo but didn't consider it important to his case. This week, the prosecutor's office brought in a Hollywood public relations firm to handle media enquiries. The case has been in the headlines ever since a battalion of sheriff's deputies swooped down on Jackson's 2,600-acre (1,040-hectare) estate with search warrants and spent hours carrying off boxes of evidence. News reports immediately recalled a 1993 case against Jackson involving another boy. That case collapsed when the boy received a reported settlement of 15 (m) million to 20 (m) million US dollars and refused to testify against Jackson. Court TV reporter Diane Dimond says although the prosecutors would like to have the second boy testify, it would be difficult seeing as he had reached an out of court settlement. Jackson is expected to return to the Neverland Ranch this weekend, the first time in over a month.
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Entertainment US Jackson Reactions 1 - Reactions from Jurors, lawyers and fans
NAME: US REAX2 140605E TAPE: EF05/0522 IN_TIME: 10:30:10:10 DURATION: 00:03:45:17 SOURCES: APTN/POOL DATELINE: Various - 13 June 2005 RESTRICTIONS: SHOTLIST: POOL Santa Maria, California 1. Michael Jackson walking out of courtroom after "not guilty" verdict 2. Various shots of Jackson and entourage walking out of courthouse, towards black SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle) APTN Santa Maria, California 3. Jackson puts his hand on his heart and blows kisses to fans as he walks towards his SUV POOL Santa Maria, California 4. Jackson's chief defence attorney Thomas Mesereau Jr. hugging Jackson family members outside of SUV after Jackson gets in APTN Santa Maria, California 5. Jackson's convoy drives away from courthouse 6. Shots of Jackson fans screaming and holding signs POOL Santa Maria, California 7. Wide shot of prosecutors walking into news conference 8. SOUNDBITE (English): Tom Sneddon, Santa Barbara County District Attorney: "Obviously, we're disappointed in the verdict, but we work everyday in a system of justice, we believe in the system of justice. I've been a prosecutor for 37 years and in 37 years, I've never quarrelled with a jury's verdict and I'm not going to start today." POOL Santa Maria, California 9. SOUNDBITE (English): Juror number 1: "I can't really point to any one specific item right now, I mean, there were tons of evidence to consider, to pick one item out is really difficult. I would just say that we considered all of the evidence and of course, since it was a criminal trial, it had to be beyond a reasonable doubt and in looking at all of the evidence and not just one specific item, that's the conclusion we arrived at. And I think we really worked hard and were very careful in making that decision." Los Olivos, California APTN 10. Wide shot of fans outside Neverland ranch 11. Close-up of flag/pull out person waving flag 12. Mid shot woman reading Santa Maria Times with headline "not guilty" 13. Close-up baby girl with headband "Innocent, just like me" 14. Mid shot of Joe Jackson greeting fans 15. Mid shot of fans cheering 16. Mid shot of Joe Jackson shaking fans hands 17. Mid shot of people cheering 18. SOUNDBITE (English): Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's Father: "We want to thank our fans for all the support they gave us. Diane Dimond (Court TV reporter) and Nancy Grace (Court TV talkshow hosts) were not good to us at all." 19. Fans cheering Joe Jackson 20. Close-up of Santa Maria Times headline "Michael Jackson Not Guilty" JACKSON REACTIONS After months of deliberation and courtroom drama, people in the US and the all over the world were transfixed on Monday as the jury announced the verdict in the Michael Jackson case. Jackson, looking drawn, walked out of court minutes later to shrieks from fans, waved weakly and blew a kiss before being driven home to his Neverland ranch, as applauding fans chased after his convoy as it disappeared behind the bunting-decorated gates. Jackson went to bed "trying to get back his strength," his father, Joe, said later as he greeted and thanked fans for their support. Joe also lashed out at media analysts Nancy Grace and Diane Dimond saying they "were not good to us at all." At a Los Angeles record store, some customers stood angrily in disbelief while others cheered and clapped. And from New York's Time Square, people watched from the large screen as the verdict of "not guilty" was read out for each of the ten counts brought against the 46 year-old pop star. Michael Jackson was found not guilty on all 10 counts by a Santa Maria Jury of eight women and four men. Jackson was accused of molesting a 13 year-old cancer survivor at his Neverland ranch, vindicating the pop star who insisted he was the victim of mother-and-son fraudsters and a prosecutor with a vendetta.
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US Jackson - WRAP Neverland fans, outside courtroom, vox pops
NAME: US JACKSON 080605N TAPE: EF05/0504 IN_TIME: 10:05:38:00 DURATION: 00:02:41:05 SOURCES: APTN/ABC DATELINE: Various, 7 June 2005 RESTRICTIONS: see script SHOTLIST: APTN Santa Maria, California, 7 June 2005 1. Exterior of courthouse 2. Media waiting for verdict 3. SOUNDBITE (English): Diane Dimond, Court TV: "It's a pretty complicated case. There's (issues of) lewdness and lascivious behaviour, there's giving alcohol to a minor with the idea of molesting them. But then there's this conspiracy charge and its got a lot of elements to it. Having said that, I think we might see a verdict this week, maybe?" 4. Wide shot of prayer service outside courthouse 5. Mid shot of people praying 6. Close-up of clutched hands 7. Close-up of woman praying 8. Wide shot of banner above prayer circle APTN Santa Maria, California, 7 June 2005 9. SOUNDBITE (English): Jackson Supporter: "Pretty confident, really upbeat, all the fans are upbeat, we know there is no chance of a conviction, whatsoever, it's how he's going to be acquitted, whether a hung jury or not guilty, personally I think hung jury, but either way as long as he walks way, I'm happy, I know he didn't do it, so that's enough for me." 10. Wide shot of people saying "We come to support Michael Jackson" 11. Various shots of doves brought to courthouse to be released in support of Michael Jackson 12. SOUNDBITE (English): Jackson supporter (who brought white doves): "To Michael, to hang in there, to be patient, we're all praying for him, so God is also with him, we love him, God loves him too, so the result is going to be positive, he will be innocent." 13. Close-up release of doves ABC - No access internet 14. Mid shot of Jesse Jackson leaving courthouse 15. File shot of Michael Jackson 16. SOUNDBITE (English): Reverend Jesse Jackson, Adviser to Michael Jackson: "I would suspect that during this period that his appetite would not be robust. He's operating really on the jet fumes of his spirit. He's not in a jubilant mood." APTN Los Olivos, California 17. Wide shot of fans gathered outside Neverland ranch 18. Medium shot of fans ++PLEASE NOTE SHOTS 19-21 ARE MUTE++ 19. Wide shot of sign "We are proud of you, Michael" 20. Medium shot of car with writing on it "Truth, Justice, Liberty." 21. Wide shot of fans gathered outside Neverland ranch STORYLINE: Michael Jackson was optimistic Tuesday as he awaited a decision by the jury in his child molestation and conspiracy case, Reverend Jesse Jackson said. The pop star's friend spoke to reporters gathered outside the courthouse in Santa Maria, California. Inside, the jury of eight women and four men completed a second full day of deliberation without announcing a verdict on the 10-count indictment against the singer. A verdict in the Jackson case will end not only the hugely publicised trial but also the noisy and colourful gatherings of fans who stand outside court to shout their support for the pop star. They come from both near and far. They dance to Michael Jackson's songs, write their own lyrics proclaiming his innocence, date each other, even lose their jobs for the cause. It has been a four-and-a-half-month-long gathering. One woman led a line of about 12 children dressed in black trousers, white shirts and black ties who performed a song that included the line, "We came to support Michael Jackson." Another opened a box of white doves as fans chanted "Innocent" and set the birds free. She hoped to do it again when the verdicts come. The 46 year-old singer is charged with molesting a 13 year-old boy in 2003, giving the boy alcohol and conspiring to hold his family captive. It is alleged he held them captive to get them to rebut a documentary in which Jackson appeared with the boy and said he let children into his bed but for non-sexual reasons.
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