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Nobody who knows Judge Rodney Melville well was surprised at howcrisply the selection of the jury in the Michael Jackson case wentlast week. (Sydney Morning Herald — 1 March, 2005)
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Judge’s firm hand ensures onward march of Jackson’s trial
Judge’s firm hand ensures onward march of Jackson’s trial

The prosecutor outlines his multi-charge case against singerMichael Jackson as the long-awaited trial opens. (The Age — 2 hours ago)
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Prosecutors and defence lawyers in Michael Jackson’s child molestation case are today questionning potential alternate jurors, a step that could clear the way for opening statements as soon as next week. (The Australian — 25 February, 2005)
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Prosecutors and defence lawyers in Michael Jacksons child molestation case have questioned potential alternate jurors a step that could clear the way for opening statements in the high-profile tria (ABC News — 25 February, 2005)
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Jury selection has been completed in Michael Jackson’s trial on child-molestation charges, clearing the way for opening statements to begin Monday, the presiding judge announced Thursday. (CNN — 25 February, 2005)
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Michael Jackson has returned to his child molestation trial after suffering a flu-like illness and the judge apologised to would-be jurors assuring them the pop star had been genuinely sick Ja (ABC News — 22 hours ago)
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Selection ahead of schedule; openings could start by next week (MSNBC — 25 February, 2005)
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A judge says the trial of Michael Jackson on child abuse charges will begin on Monday morning. (BBC News — 25 February, 2005)
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A district attorney described in graphic detail to a jury Monday how pop superstar Michael Jackson allegedly sought to alter a teenager’s morals as part of a seduction scheme. (CNN — 6 hours ago)
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There are all sorts of ways in which the lives of the Michael Jackson trial’s jurors — the 12 chosen Wednesday and the eight alternates selected Thursday — intersect with the case. (MSNBC — 26 February, 2005)
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After showing a 13-year-old boy pornographic websites at his Neverland ranch, Michael Jackson turned to his six-year-old son, who was sleeping on a bed, and said, “Prince, you’re missing a lot of pussy”, the prosecution alleged yesterday on day one of the pop star’s child molestation trial. (The Australian — 1 hour ago)
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Pop star Michael Jackson showed a boy porn and plied him with wine in order to molest him, a US court hears. (BBC News — 21 minutes ago)
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