I am outraged at the unethical, lying and scheming jurors Eleanor Cook who is 79 and Ray Hultman who is 62 years old. These two "elders" should know better than to put their personal fame and love of fortune above children who have been violated sexually.
According to a story from WPMI.com Eleanor has said,
Eleanor Cook, 79, said immediately after Jackson’s acquittal that she thought the singer may have molested other children, but not the accuser.
Her book, titled “Guilty As Sin, Free As A Bird,” is co-written by Larry Garrison (president of the book’s publisher Silver Creek Entertainment) and Cook’s granddaughter.
Absolutely disgusting! So to this unethical granny it’s okay to make money off of the pain of a child who she thinks may not have been molested by Jackson. It’s sick.
Yesterday on Nancy Grace’s television show, Jane Velez-Mitchell said the following,
Nancy, this is absolutely shocking and outrageous. Really disturbing stories about the jurors in the Michael Jackson case. The "New York Daily News" reports that two of the jurors who are writing books say that Michael Jackson, they believe, was guilty.
And in fact, one of the books is even called, "Guilty as Sin, Free as a Bird." That is being written reportedly by 79-year-old juror Eleanor Cook. And she is said to outline a whole slew of juror misconduct.
Get this. She says she snuck in a medical text right into jury deliberations in an attempt to show her fellow jurors that Michael Jackson fit the classic profile of a pedophile.
But she also goes on to say that she literally winked — winked — at Katherine Jackson, Michael Jackson`s mother, in court. And they even exchanged wardrobe tips and got to the point that they were wearing the same color to court on certain days.
But, Nancy, the most shocking and outrageous charge actually concerns you, because one juror reportedly snuck in a copy of a Court TV episode starring none other than yourself and your colleague, Diane Dimond. And the only reason they didn`t get it to play is they couldn`t get the VCR to work.
Now, I spoke to a source today very closely connected to this case, and that person confirmed there was, in fact, and in-camera, in-chambers hearing about that last incident. All sides attended and apparently decided, since nobody actually saw that videotape of Court TV, they were not going to expel the juror who brought it in. But pretty amazing and shocking stuff.
Silver Creek is also publishing a book by juror Ray Hultman, 62, who said on ABC’s Good Morning America following the trial that his vote to acquit “doesn’t change my feelings that he probably has molested boys at some point."
Hultman’s book, “The Deliberator,” will be co-written by former Jackson family friend and author Stacy Brown, who also co-wrote “The Man Behind the Mask” with Jackson’s former publicist Bob Jones.
Nancy Grace also played a clip of him the day the verdict came down on Jackson. Debra Opri, Nancy’s guest said this:
Number one, I`m disgusted, because two jurors admitted jury misconduct because they`re selling books. I spoke to Mr. Raymond Hultman the day of the verdict after he was on your show.
And I said to him, "Thank you for the time you took to deliberate." And he said to me, quote, "Well, ma`am, the evidence just wasn`t there. We couldn`t have gone any other way."
And then, two months later, this same man who seems to like the limelight from this case is out pandering a book. And he`s saying what he needs to say to get the book deal. Now, that "Daily News" article was a little incorrect.
The bottom line is that there is juror misconduct and this citizen would like to see these two, at a minimum, go to jail for their misconduct. They have made American citizens look like scoundrels, unethical, money-hungry and unloving and uncaring about children who are being violated by celebrity. This is an outrage and something needs to be done.
I will be following this story closely and will let you know what else I can find out.Powered by Sidelines