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Jackson has something to say after testimony leakage
www.chinaview.cn 2005-01-21 13:47:57

Jackson has some to say. US super rock star Michael Jackson has made a statement when interviewed by Geraldo Rivera for Fox News, and the video would be televised later.
US super rock star Michael Jackson has made a statement when interviewed by Geraldo Rivera for Fox News, and the video would be televised later. (Xinhua File photo)

    BEIJING, Jan. 21 (Xinhuanet) -- US super rock star Michael Jackson has made a statement when interviewed by Geraldo Rivera for Fox News, and the video would be televised later.

    The interview was about Jackson's personal life, but not the child molestation case he has been involved in, reported AP.

    Although there is a gag order on the case, Jackson's teen accuser's grand jury testimony was leaked to ABC News last week. As a response, the judge allowed Jackson to speak to the public in TV.

    But Fox News has not yet decided when to televise the tape.

British journalist Martin Bashir. [ Michael Jackson case]
British journalist Martin Bashir. (Photo: MTV news)

    Jackson has been indicted on 10 counts of child molestation and conspiracy stemming from accusations leveled against him by a now 15-year-old cancer survivor, who appeared with Jackson in a 2003 TV documentary featured the pop star admitting that he shared his bedroom with young boys, by British journalist Martin Bashir.

    Martin Bashir has asked that he not be called to testify during Jackson's trial.    (Agencies)

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