A name hardly known outside of circles that follow the allegations against Jackson, Aphrodite Jones became the pin-up girl of Jackson defenders after she wrote a book detailing how Jackson was “railroaded” during the 2005 trial.
During the trial she was a reporter and she said herself that during the entire proceedings she was convinced that Jackson was guilty.
“The reason I’m pressing you is because by saying what you’re saying, you are deliberately muddying the waters here, because that’s what you’re doing – you’re leaving it unclear about your thoughts.
Is that fair to Michael Jackson or do you have something that you know?
Not to be deterred, Liz Hayes presses on: “As a friend, someone that was his closest friend, I would have expected you to say “absolutely not”.” “Well, sometimes expectations are not always satisfied,” Murray continues.