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MICHAEL JACKSON DEPARTS SANTA MARIA COURTHOUSE FOLLOWING ARRIAGNMENT

MICHAEL JACKSON DEPARTS SANTA MARIA COURTHOUSE FOLLOWING ARRIAGNMENT
Pop star Michael Jackson reaches for his umbrella as he leaves the Santa Maria Courthouse following his arraignment on sexual molestation charges on Jan 16, 2004, in Santa Maria, Calif. A mammoth collection of stage costumes, photographs, documents and props belonging to Jackson and his famous family were sold to a European buyer, after spending 18 months under wraps in the gritty shore city of Asbury Park, New Jersey. The collection was acquired by Henry V. Vaccaro after he payed off a storage and shipping bill owed by the Jackson family to an Oxnard, California warehouse. The unidentified buyer intends to display the collection in Europe and Japan. (UPI Photo/POOL)
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