Thats according to former trial and jury consultant Bonnie Russell, who says if a juror laughs at a joke like How do we know Michael is guilty? Several children have fingered him, then its a good indication of what the person thinks of Jackson.
She says Jacksons lawyers will have people strategically placed in the courtroom and hallway to overhear if these kinds of jokes are being told and taking notes on who cracks knee-slappers like What did Michael Jacksons lawyer say when the singer said he was feeling poorly? Why didnt you tell me about Lee before this?
However, she says jokes like How can you tell if Michael has company? Theres a Big Wheel parked outside his house, or Why did Jackson place a phone call to Boyz- II-Men? He thought it was a delivery service, are more acceptable to laugh and gigglers wont get the suspicious eye from Jacksons observers.
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