If Michael Jackson had been convicted of child abuse in his 2005 case there's a chance he might have fled the country.
Jermaine Jackson told the London Times that his family was not going to let their Michael go down for a crime they feel he didn't commit.
"If they were going to sit and crucify my brother for something that he didn't do, America deserves us not to come back here," Jackson, 56, told the paper. "At the end of the day, this is supposed to be the land of the brave, home of the free, democracy, freedom of speech. All that is required is a day's notice, and this DC8 (jet) will have Michael heading east -- to Bahrain -- to start a new life away from the scam of American justice."
Jackson was found not guilty on all charges at the end of the trial. He had been charged with molesting 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo, giving alcohol to a minor and conspiring to kidnap him and his family.