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Jackson late again.

For the second time in less than two weeks, Michael Jackson arrived late for his child molestation trial yesterday, walking slowly and stiffly into court.

But the judge ordered evidence to resume with no explanation of what transpired during a 45-minute delay.

Judge Rodney Melville ordered lawyers to continue questioning an investigator, sheriff's Sergeant Conn Abel, who was on the stand in Santa Maria, California, last week when the trial adjourned.

The pop star had been threatened with arrest on March 10 when he arrived more than an hour late in court after an early morning trip to a hospital for treatment of what his lawyers said was a back injury.

Despite the threat, Melville took no action that time.

No-cal Coke

COCA-Cola will launch a no-calorie version of its trademark soft drink called Coca-Cola Zero in the US in June. The drink will be sweetened partly with a blend of aspartame and acesulfame potassium.

Sad memories

A FEW hundred people gathered yesterday at the site of a Copenhagen school mistakenly bombed by RAF warplanes 60 years ago during an attack on the Nazi occupying forces' headquarters. Survivors recalled the horror of what became Denmark's worst wartime tragedy.
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Mar 22, 2005
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