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Michael Jackson innocent in the eyes of fifth-graders
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The Sun - Baltimore, Md.
Author: Crockett, Sandra
Date: Feb 22, 1994
Start Page: 2.D
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"I think he's innocent," agrees Breyann Corbin, 10. "[Michael Jackson] can have anybody he wants. He wouldn't have to sneak around."

The Jackson who received the most scorn was LaToya, the sole family member who said her brother was guilty. "That LaToya, she just wants to be the famous one," [Wayne Lee] says.

Of course, a few of the 10- and 11-year-olds were left wondering about Mr. Jackson's guilt or innocence after he paid the settlement. "At first, I thought he was innocent. But when he went and paid all of that money, it made him look guilty," says Justin Mills, 10.

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