The Smoking Gun posted hundreds of the pages of grand jury testimony online Wednesday, exposing information that the jury used to indict Jackson, including testimony from 41 witnesses and surveillance-taped evidence.
"We're still going through the stuff and we'll continue to post more," The Smoking Gun reporter Joseph Jesselli told CBS News.com.
Last month, the site ranby the 13-year-old Jackson accuser and his family.
Under an order by Judge Rodney Melville, the thousands of pages of police and court documents remain under seal almost a year after the Santa Barbara grand jury voted to indict Michael Jackson on charges that he molested a boy and conspired with several associates to falsely imprison the child and his family at the singer's Neverland Ranch.
Some of the best tidbits, the pages of which are posted on the site, include testimony from dozens of witnesses, including bodyguards, flight attendants, child welfare employees and a comedy club owner.
The documents include:
In the PI's office, detectives found two surveillance tapes with footage of the boy and his family after they left Neverland in mid-February and after the family left the ranch a second time — for good — in March 2003. The Smoking Gun writes: "For investigators, the surveillance videos provided key corroboration of the family's claims that they were stalked and harassed by Jackson representatives after bolting Neverland."
The Smoking Gun's added analysis: "Jackson has been charged with four felony counts of providing booze to the accuser, a cancer survivor who lost his spleen and a kidney to the disease."
The Smoking Gun is known for publishing police, FBI and court documents obtained through sources or Freedom of Information acts, and has become a background source for many journalists. It made a name for itself in the Jackson case by publishing the 1993 testimony of the teenage boy who sued Michael Jackson for sexual battery and emotional distress.
The site, launched in 1997 by former Village Voice reporters, is now owned by Court TV.