Jackson Wrote Song Mocking Molestation Prosecutor

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Santa Barbara, Ca., district attorney Thomas W. Sneddon, Jr., often is called “Mad Dog,” connoting a reputation for persistence that marks his second attempt in a decade to prosecute the singer Michael Jackson for child molestation, the New York Times says. Jackson surrendered yesterday and is free on a $3 million bond. “He’s very tenacious,
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