Michael Jackson's defense attorney is again trying to refute charges that a young boy and his family were held against their will at Jackson's estate.
The Jackson attorney has resumed questioning a former security guard at the pop star's Neverland ranch -- who yesterday testified that there had been an instruction not to let the boy leave.
The two are going over records detailing activities at Jackson's estate at around the time when Jackson's accuser and his family were allegedly held.
One entry shows that the boy was taken for medical treatment, after being hit by a golf cart driven by a relative of actor Marlon Brando. The child was not seriously injured. Another entry shows the entire family left the Neverland estate, and returned a few hours later.
Prosecutors allege that Jackson wanted to hold the family captive so they would make a video rebutting a damaging documentary about the pop star.
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