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California / Jackson Molestation Trial #782787

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 2005
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Today's testimony from the accuser at the Michael Jackson molestation trial noted.

(Santa Maria: Jim Avila) Jackson's late arrival at this crucial court date due to back problems reviewed; scenes shown of Jackson outside the courthouse; details given of the accuser's story of two molestations in the Neverland bedroom & of the defense's aggressive approach towards the accuser. [Jackson attorney Brian OXMAN†- explains Jackson tripped & fell hurting his back.] [AP special correspondent Linda DEUTSCH†- describes Jackson's pale & wan appearance.] [Loyola University law school professor Laurie LEVENSON†- says it was personal inside {the courtroom}.]

Jennings, Peter;
Avila, Jim

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