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Fans celebrate after Jackson acquitted
www.chinaview.cn 2005-06-15 09:37:04

Pop star Michael Jackson leaves the Santa Barbara County Courthouse after being found not guilty on all ten counts of child molestation in Santa Maria, California, June 13, 2005. (Xinhua/AFP photo)


Michael Jackson fans cried out of joy at the entrance of Neverland Ranch after Michael Jackson was found not guilty on all charges June 13, 2005. (Xinhua/AFP photo)

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