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eBay Special: Jackson Jury Notes

Is it a mere coincidence that on the day Michael Jackson announces a debt refinancing to stave off bankruptcy, juror notes from his molestation trial appear for sale on eBay? Probably. But for a minimum bid of $500 (no takers as of this writing), you could own the juror notebooks of a Santa Maria, Calif., resident described as alternate juror number two in the trial. Here's the description:

"These are in good condition. I was alternate # 2 in the Michael Jackson Trial. I sat in the jury box for the duration of the trial. I have my original notes and badge and official certificate that says juror # 207 in the Michael Joe Jackson Trial signed by Judge Melville."

What else could you ask for: A piece of legal history and pop history, all in one. ("Good Get" award to BizarreBids.com.)

Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on April 14, 2006 at 10:28 AM | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0)

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