Jury To Get Lesson On Neverland

Jackson jury gets lesson on Neverland

A sheriff's photographer continues testifying today about Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch, described by prosecutors as the scene of the crime.

Yesterday, public relations specialist Ann Kite's testimony supported the prosecution's belief that the family which eventually accused Jackson of child molestation was improperly held at the ranch. Ultimately, the family made a film praising Jackson. Kite said one Jackson lawyer told her the mother wouldn't be a problem anymore because she could be made to look like a money-hungry liar. But Kite acknowledged she doesn't know if Jackson was directing the actions of his team or even knew what they were doing. She said Jackson's aides seemed not to be protecting him. The defense implied that proves Jackson was not conspiring with them against the family that became his accusers.