Opening Arguments Begin in Jackson Case Opening arguments begin in the child molestation case against Michael Jackson. The prosecution accuses Jackson of exposing a 13-year old boy to "strange sexual behavior." Jackson's attorneys counter that the boy's family is only after money and has no credibility.
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Opening Arguments Begin in Jackson Case

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Opening arguments begin in the child molestation case against Michael Jackson. The prosecution accuses Jackson of exposing a 13-year old boy to "strange sexual behavior." Jackson's attorneys counter that the boy's family is only after money and has no credibility.