August 5, 2005-- Posted at 4:55 PM CDT
NEW YORK (AP)_ Their verdict said not-guilty. But their books may say something else.
Two of the jurors in the Michael Jackson child molestation case are said to be writing books. And the New York Daily News reports that the books will say at least three members of the panel first thought Jackson was guilty -- before changing their minds and acquitting the pop star on all charges last June.
An executive with an entertainment company is quoted as saying the title of one of the books about the Jackson trial will be: "Guilty as Sin, Free as a Bird."
The books promise an insider's look at what went on behind the scenes at the trial.
by Oscar Wells Gabriel II
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