In a trial that seemed to lower the bar for weirdness with every passing day, it should come as no surprise that jury deliberations have taken an unexpected twist.
Tinfoil Hat Pundit has learned the jury in the Michael Jackson child molestation case has asked the judge for a "little leeway" in their deliberations.
Specifically, they'd like permission to deliver a verdict other than "Guilty" or "Not Guilty."
A family member of Juror #7, speaking on condition of anonymity, tells us the jury has asked the judge if they can instead find Jackson "Guilty by Reason of Insanity."
"Look, we all know he did it," said the family member. "And we all know he's crazy. But he ain't that crazy."
If allowed, the new "Guilty by Reason of Insanity" verdict would set a new, and some say dangerous, precedent.
Noted defense attorney Allen Dirtowitz said it would make his job "insanely more difficult." Prosecutors, however, are said to be crazy about the idea.