Another Police Raid In The Jackson Case
Police in Santa Barbara, California, have executed another two search warrants in connection with the Michael Jackson child molestation case.
American scandal show CELEBRITY JUSTICE, which broke the news about first raid on Jackson's California home, has learned the Santa Monica headquarters of charter plane company XTRA JET and Jackson's primary travel agency, Air APPARENT, were raided at the end of last week (05MAR04).
Xtra Jet authorities agreed to hand over flight records and a passenger profile of Jackson, who used the company to fly from Las Vegas, Nevada, to Santa Barbara to hand himself over to police.
The profile describes Jackson's preferences on flights he took aboard Xtra Jet, including the fact that he enjoys KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN and that his children like chocolate chip cookies.
Sources claim investigators are especially interested in the Xtra Jet flight record of a trip Jackson's child molestation accuser GAVIN ARVIZO and his family took to Florida last year (03).
As for Air Apparent, insiders claim investigators have seized various flight records as they search for more information about a mystery trip a Jackson confidante and a private investigator for the singer took to Brazil in January, 2003.
Sources say sheriff's investigators believe Jackson's entourage may have tried to secretly get the accuser and his family out of the country to avoid problems for the singer.07/03/2004 10:11