Film-makers Barry Shaw and Dana Gedrick live in California, quite near to Santa Maria. When Michael’s trial came there, they decided to film it, thinking they would have an interesting few weeks.
They initially filmed the fans, the media and the reporters, but soon came to realise that what they saw reported did not seem to be what they actually witnessed. They saw the media report their own personal feelings, regardless of what was actually happening inside and outside the courtroom, with no apparent thought of the principle of ‘innocent until proved guilty.’
They published a DVD of their findings called, ‘The Trials Of Michael Jackson.’ The more people see this film, the more chance that they will realise that Michael was completely innocent of any crime.
If you would like to know more about the film and where to get a copy, please click here.