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Public Address 14/06/05 – Verdict

PUBLIC ADDRESS 14/06/05 - Verdict

But hardly innocent either ... | Jun 14, 2005 11:27
Russell Brown's Hard News

Michael Jackson has been found not guilty of a set of child molestation charges, and perhaps that was inevitable, given the huge doubt exposed in his trial as to the character of the accuser's mother in particular...,

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Mixed Metaphor Mania | Jun 13, 2005 23:48
Keith Ng on the election trail

Wow, that's true-believerism (TB) for you. While everyone else is roasting marshmellows over the flaming wreck formerly known as the ACT Party, the true-believers are deciding who should be boss over said flaming wreck...,

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