Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Eddie Greenspan on Michael Jackson

From the Edmonton Sun:
If a jury says not guilty, that means, in law and in fact, the person found not guilty is innocent. Whether or not people have difficulty accepting this proposition, it is a central tenet in a free country...
You don't have to forget his unusual relationship with young boys, but you should remember what an acquittal means. It means that in life and in death, Jackson is an innocent man.
- Edward L. Greenspan

- Garry J. Wise, Toronto

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