Reem With A View

"Names and attributes must be accommodated to the essence of things, and not the essence to the names, since things come first and names afterwards." – Galileo

Michael Jackson (1958 – 2009)

Michael Jackson Moonwalk

Michael Jackson Moonwalk

Michael Jackson was the  world’s greatest entertainer… ever.

Watch his breakout ‘Moonwalk’ during a performance of “Billie Jean” on Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever on March 25, 1983  on youtube below:

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Michael Jackson is Innocent.


So there IS justice in America after all.


Jury confident over verdict
From correspondents in Santa Maria, California
June 14, 2005
From: Agence France-Presse

THE eight women and four men who declared Michael Jackson innocent of child molestation today said they had studied the evidence carefully and were confident of their decision.

“We the jury throughly and meticulously studied the testimony and evidence presented,” the panel said in a statement read out in court after they acquitted Jackson.
“Following the jury instructions we confidently came to our verdict.”

They said they hoped their verdict would be a testament to the American justice system.

The panel also pleaded with the army of more than 1400 journalists covering the case to respect their privacy.

Judge Rodney Melville gave the panel final instructions and said they could now speak to other people about the case, including the media.

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End of Innocence – The Jackson (Mis)trial

Michael Jackson may be weird. But is he guilty?

Anyone who has followed the trial closely and gone through the prosecution’s arguments can come to only one conclusion: this whole thing was a farce, a mistrial and Michael Jackson is clearly not guilty. Period.

The whole circus boils down to Jackson’s word against the word of the accuser’s mom.

There is a GIGANTIC amount of reasonable doubt.

The essence of the prosecution can be summed up in the shocking statment by Ronald J. Zonen, the deputy district attorney, who led the prosecution in the closing arguments – “Why would Mr. Jackson do it? Because he could”.


The prosecution’s entire case is resting on the possibility that Michael Jackson “COULD” have committed a crime.
Sufferring from “Peter Pan syndrome” doesn’t make you an automatic “paedophile”.

This…in 21st century AMERICA…the self-proclaimed land of Justice and Liberty. Where the Constitution declares anyone accused of any crime as Innocent until proven guilty.

Based on the prosecution’s logic, EVERY single American should be in prison, including the Judge, Jury and Advocates.
After all, everyone COULD commit murder, theft, rape…right?
Do you have a kitchen knife? Then you COULD slash somebody, right?
Do you have testosterone? Then you COULD commit rape, right?

Unbelievable argument!

If the Jury can do ONE thing which can restore dignity to the courts and ensure reason prevails in American society, then they should throw this case out and declare it as a farce, maybe even penalising the prosecution for causing so much mental distress to Michael Jackson and also ask the vile Tom Sneddon to pick up Jackson’s legal fees.

Anything less, is a blow to innocence and any chance of finding Neverland.

– Reem

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