LOS ANGELES - As the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician continues, the defense team have been increasingly fearful not about the loss of medical license or possible jail time of eternity, but that the doctor's name would be changed legally to Michael Jackson doctor.
In what has been described by O.J. Simpson as the next marquee black man case of the decade, prosecutors hope the glove won't acquit this round about. Thus far, in each cross-examination, prosecutors have been able to dispel physician testimony by winning a stare down competition at some point in their line of questioning.
Despite such shrewd practices of the prosecutors, the defense team have not flinched whatsoever due to their confidence in their remaining lineup of witnesses. In addition to the testimony of the cardiologist, anesthesiologist, and dermatologist, the defense team planned on introducing an orthopedic, gynecologist, radiologist, chiropractor, and an acupuncturist in hopes to confuse the jury with medical jargon.
And the plan has worked thus far. The judge himself has asked three times that the witnesses use layman terms to describe the machinery, drugs, and conditions they used to help the king of popsicles. However, by the third request the judge threatened to revoke the name of Michael Jackson's doctor and rename him legally Michael Jackson's doctor if the medical jargon continued.
Unfortunately, we were not able to reach the prosecution team for comment but the defense team told us that the more the jurors exhibit puzzled faces the better chance they have of winning the case. They hope, if the medical jargon tactic failed, then the gynecologist would need to provide substantiated evidence that Michael Jackson was a transgender.
In unrelated news, the Jackson Four will begin their second season of reality television as soon as their father ends their indefinite grounding.