„To the jury foreman in the second trial: "Mr. Rodriguez? Can I ask you a question? What do you think a grown man up in his 40s is doing sleeping with one little boy after the next, all by himself, locked up in his bedroom, every night? That doesn't bother you? It bothers me."“

—  Nancy Grace, " Jacko Not Guilty: "I'm Having A Little Crow Sandwich," CNN's Nancy Grace Says https://web.archive.org/web/20100807182604/http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/cnn/jacko_not_guilty_im_having_a_little_crow_sandwich_cnns_nancy_grace_says_22536.asp", TVNewser.com (Jun 14, 2005).
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