For those few of you who check this daily--sorry about yesterday--I've been on the road again. I'm in Wisconsin now, watching from afar as the Michael Jackson case goes to the jury. I have to say, from the little I read about the summations, I don't like the tone or the structure of how they went down. The last thing you want to do in a case like this as the defense is structure this as a referendum on MJ or a swearing contest between him and the boy. This should be a one hour acquittal. The charges represent a reprehensible witch-hunt and rest on an appalling lack of evidence.

I just hope the jury sees this case for the crap it is--not because I like Michael Jackson--but because it is precisely this sort of witch hunt that threatens all of us.

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