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Well written and well said! I couldn't agree with you more. Once Sneddon had an accusation, it was his responsibility to investigate. It was never his responsibility to persecute. With unlimited funds, he should have been able to unearth the obvious. A careful look at a calendar with a comparison of who was where when would have made clear that Jackson never had the opportunity to commit these crimes, and the case couldn't be won.