SURPRISE WITNESS CALLED IN MICHAEL JACKSON TRIAL
In a significant legal setback for the prosecution case in the Michael Jackson trial, Judge Rodney Melville allowed the defence to call a surprise witness.
A shocked California courtroom gasped in astonishment when former Iraqi dictator, Saddam Hussein, took the stand to give evidence on Jackson’s behalf. Saddam was a regular guest at Michael Jackson’s Neverland ranch during the 1980’s.
Speaking in a confident voice, Saddam told the court that, “At no time did I see my great friend, Michael, sexually assault any boy that visited him. I did see some boys being fed to the guard dogs because they had been naughty, but that is normal behaviour, where I come from”.
On cross-examination, Saddam Hussein said that he had, “Known Michael Jackson a long time. I even knew him when he was black and had a nose. Allah has blessed this man, I can assure you that at no time did Michael behave inappropriately with a boy. I know he is a bit of a weirdo, but that is expected for one who has lived all his life in the USA. If the jury find him guilty, Allah will roast their stomachs in hell”.
The trial continues with more witnesses to be called.