1. Michael Jackson''s car pulling up to courthouse
2. Cameramen taking pictures
3. Jackson getting out of his car with his mother and Germaine Jackson, then giving the V-sign to his supporters who are chanting their support while another chants in support of the accuser, UPSOUND (English) "Innocent!" and "Those are my private parts!"
4. Jackson''s attorney arriving outside of courthouse, UPSOUND (English) "Those are my private parts!"
5. Sketch of courtroom proceedings; MUST COURTESY: Sketch by Bill Robles
6. Sketch of Michael Jackson and attorney Thomas Mesereau; MUST COURTESY: Sketch by Bill Robles
7. Sketch of Judge Rodney Melville; MUST COURTESY: Sketch by Bill Robles
8. Sketch of Michael Jackson; MUST COURTESY: Sketch by Bill Robles
9. Sketch of District Attorney Thomas Sneddon; MUST COURTESY: Sketch by Bill Robles
10. Wide of media centre outside of courthouse
11. Reporters and technicians at the media centre
12. Wide of people standing outside of courtroom with signs
13. Close up of sign, reading "We Believe And Support Victims of Child Sexual Abuse!"
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Nicole Jackson, Michael Jackson fan:
"I do believe that if there was evidence in ''93 they would have convicted him. But the same lawyer for this case is the one that brokered the multi-million dollar settlement in ''93, and they didn''t prosecute. So, that''s obstruction of justice. If there was evidence, but Michael was innocent, that''s why there was nothing to book him for back in ''93."
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Gary Coleman, actor and radio personality:
"These are people in a court process that need to have their time and their day and their due justice whatever that justice may be without our input, without our interruptions, without our interruption on that. And, the less of us, and the less of them that are here, the more likely the process is going to be fair in there for them."
16. Wide of sheriff''s deputies standing outside of courthouse
17. Man holding sign outside of the courthouse, reading "Don''t Be Moved by That Babbling Fool"
A prosecutor laid out the child molestation and conspiracy case against Michael Jackson on Monday, saying his 15-year-old accuser was abused and employees tried to silence him and his family by warning that his mother could be killed.
In his opening statement, District Attorney Thomas Sneddon said Jackson showed the boy - then aged 10 - adult material on various websites from the first time he stayed at Neverland in 2000.
Arriving at the Santa Maria, California courthouse with his mother and brother Germaine Jackson, the pop super star gave a V-sign to a small group of supporters waiting outside of the courthouse.
Another person in the crowd shouted "Those are my private parts!" in support of Jackson''s accuser.
Opening statements began after Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville read the indictment to the jury, revealing the names of five unindicted alleged co-conspirators.
All are Jackson employees.
The judge also read 28 overt acts allegedly committed in a conspiracy surrounding the alleged molestation of the boy, a cancer patient, at Jackson''s Neverland ranch and a purported attempt to keep his family silent.
The jury, chosen with unusual speed, is a hometown group of eight women and four men. Most jurors are white, Jackson is black.
Since buying the ranch in 1988, Jackson has invited thousands of people to his theme park of a home, which includes an arcade, trains, rides and a zoo.