Take that Sneddon

it's hard to get a sense of just how outrageous some of the crap judge Melville has allowed into evidence is, but today's testimony by McCauley Culkin gies you a pretty good idea.
Not only did the judge allow unbelievably predjudicial prior allegations into evidence, he allowed them in through the back door. So here's the defense presenting the supposed victim to deny the allegations. It's so Alice in Wonderland, or maybe Michael in Neverland.

And once again, I LOVE that the prosecutors are so absurdly rigid that they still seem to think everyone was molested whether they remember it or not. 'Must have been while they were sleeping.'

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