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Thursday, 21 April 2005

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Look into my eyes

Look into my eyes, not around my eyes, but right into my eyes. Those are the words that reportedly hypnotised the jury in the Michael Jackson court case. The shocking scenes were reported by blind reporter Billy " can you help me please " Jones. Mr Jones was the only person left in the court room after Jackson lead the jury, court officials and members of the public gallery out of the court. The crowds outside the court room were treated to scenes reminiscent of a cross between the 80's TV hit show " Fame " and Jacksons " Thriller " video. Onlookers reported seeing Jackson dance out of the courtroom singing, fame, I'm gonna live forever, followed by the zombified throng that were attending the procedings. At this point it is thought that Billy Jones was reciting his catch phrase over and over.
After the singing, wobbling, slavering mass of people were corraled into busses, the Santa Maria Police Department were thrown into confusion. Police Chief, Billy Jones Snr. said " I didnt see a thing, can you help me please." Luckily an eagle eyed local TV crew realised that something was amiss. John "boy" Carson, a reporter for SMTV, raised the alarm, holding a hand over his bad eye he realised that his cousin, Billy Jones, was not among the people boarding the zombie convoy of busses. John told Police Chief Billy Jones, "they left cousin Billy behind, that aint fair daddy."
After seven hours, the convoy was eventually tracked down to the Neverland Ranch. Choppers circled overhead and pilots reported seeing Jackson sitting in his favourite tree while the stupefied crowd below acted out scenes from Peter Pan. Santa Maria Police Department attempted to enter the ranch. They were met by stern security guard, Hank Jones, who refused them entry and added, " Micheal who? I didnt see a thing "
The FBI were eventually brought in. A spokesman said, " we want to resolve this situation peacefully, the last thing we need here is a shoot out. We learned a lot from the Wako catastrophy, the last thing we want here is a Wako Jacko massacre.

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