The legal team who prosecuted Michael Jackson on child molestation charges still believe the singer is a threat to children, despite his acquittal on all counts on Monday (13JUN05).
The THRILLER hitmaker was found not guilty on 10 counts of child molestation and conspiring to commit child abduction, false imprisonment and extortion after his four month court trial, but Santa Barbara County Senior Deputy District Attorney RON ZONEN believes boys in Jackson's company are still at risk.
Zonen says, "Whether he poses a threat to children in the future is, of course, entirely up to him.
"If he brings kids back into his bedroom and even into his bed, then yes, there's probably a high likelihood that he will pose a threat or danger to the child."19/06/2005 21:16