Baseless animosity, distasteful mockery and falsified hearsays – Michael Jackson was probably one of the few celebrities who lived most of his life under the unfair scrutiny of many, amidst having bathed in the glory of superstardom. The media’s biased reporting against MJ had helped shape a sensationalized image of the King of Pop which has misled people to believe in nothing but the distorted truth. Despite the overwhelming negativity attached to the superstar’s name, there are believers who have strongly supported the unadulterated truth and adamantly fought for justice surrounding controversies that plagued MJ’s life. All hail the believers, supporters and loyalists...all hail The King’s Army of Defense!
|| THE ARMY GENERALS ||
The team that led the Kingdom to victory…
(from L to R) THOMAS MESEREAU, ROBERT SANGER, SUSAN YU and JESUS CASTILLO
The General of the Army
Tom Mesereau is an American lawyer who defended Michael Jackson in the 2005 CM trial. MJ was found NOT GUILTY on ALL 14 accounts.
“Everybody was hoping to profit off his destruction. It was terrible. It’s one of my proudest moments in my lifetime….just acquitting him, vindicating him. In retrospect now, he only had approximately 4 more years to live, at least he was there to be with his kids and just to be vindicated. The trial was so unjust. The case was so unjust and lacking in credibility.” – Tom Mesereau’s thoughts on the 2005 trial
“Michael Jackson was one of the nicest, kindest people I’ve ever met. He really wanted to do more than just be a musical genius. He wanted to heal and change the world through love, through kindness, through art and through music and I do believe the world’s a better place because he was with us.” – T-Mez on Michael Jackson
Susan Yu is Tom Mesereau’s co-counsel and founding partner of Mesereau and Yu LLP which is a small general practice law firm in California. She was part of Mesereau’s defense team during the 2005 Michael Jackson trial.
ROBERT M. SANGER
Robert M. Sanger is a Santa Barbara-based criminal defense lawyer who was part of the Michael Jackson defense team in the 2005 CM trial.
“Michael, first of all, was an extremely kind individual...he felt that by using his celebrity and money, he could make a difference in the lives of children.” - Robert Sanger’s reaction on Michael’s death
Like Mesereau, Yu and Sanger; Jesus Castillo, a California-based private investigator, was part of the 2005 Michael Jackson trial defense team.
“It’s heartbreaking. All indications were that he was bouncing back...We did all that work and won the case, and now he was going to go out there and sing again”– Jesus Castillo on Michael Jackson’s death
|| THE UNSUNG HERO||
The person who exuded fairness in bringing detailed and SUBSTANTIATED courtroom accounts concerning the 2005 Michael Jackson trial...
author of the critically acclaimed book ‘Michael Jackson Conspiracy’
A criminal profiler and journalist, Aphrodite Jones has provided commentaries about psychological profiles of criminals and victims on different TV and radio shows for over a decade.
Originally Posted by Aphrodite Jones.com
In her book ‘Michael Jackson Conspiracy’
, Jones examines the media’s role in the court of public opinion, using evidence and exhibits from the highly-charged molestation trial against Michael Jackson. Over 2,200 credentialed media were reporting live from Santa Maria, and many were reporting with bias, in anticipation of a guilty verdict. When all the dust settled, and the media realized the Santa Barbara DA had no case, Jones saw that the “Emperor had no clothes,” that DA Tom Sneddon was on a witch hunt for Jackson, and Jones was the only journalist to come out with a tell-all.
In Michael Jackson Conspiracy, Jones proves that the media used all its power to sway public opinion, regardless of the facts being presented in court.
The book is a scathing indictment of the media that earned her an “Outstanding Journalist” Award from the Brookins A.M.E. Church in Los Angeles, and has garnered attention from countries all over the world, from Germany to New Zealand; from France to China.
“Michael Jackson was a target-- not only of a DA with a vendetta, but of a media machine that presented him as being guilty in the "court of public opinion" while his trial was underway. It's really unfair (and backward) that the media chooses to ignore all the "Not Guilty" verdicts that came down in Santa Maria in 2005. For many people in the media, it's all about ratings, and they try to make it look like the "NOT GUILTY" verdicts never happened...” - AJ on media bias against MJ
“The recent statements broadcast on CNN involving the improprieties of the Catholic Church and comparisons to Michael Jackson are indicative of the media bias against Michael Jackson and people of color, in general. There was never any evidence to show that Jackson hurt any child. It borders on racism for CNN to fail to present the other side of the coin and to leave statements about Jackson’s alleged guilt to remain unchallenged. The truth is that Michael Jackson is innocent and was found not guilty.”- AJ on media bias against MJ
“People revere him now, true, as they should. But why does everyone stay away from the "elephant in the room" and leave so many minds to continue to wonder about his ethics and morals as a human being? Michael Jackson was an angel. Sent to us to heal the world and bring us all together as one color, one people. Somehow, his message got overshadowed by folks who had a mission to tear him down. Michael did not deserve this, and his fans know that. I ask you all then, KNOWING the truth, to help restore this "King" back to his rightful place. Michael Jackson deserves a solid reputation in death....even though he may have not enjoyed one in life.”- AJ on Michael Jackson
“I want the whole world to go see this film.... and I will shout from the rooftops... Michael Jackson is the single greatest performer who ever lived. THIS IS IT gives us proof of his genius, his perfection, his timing, his clarity, his greatness, and beyond all else, his sense of love for all things living on this planet.” - AJ on This Is It
The Heroine’s thoughts on the enemies:
“Tom Sneddon brought a criminal trial against Michael Jackson because he's a publicity hound; he just wanted the whole world to be watching him.”- AJ on Tom Snakedon
“As for Nancy Grace --who was able to launch her successful CNN show staring with the coverage of the Jackson trial -- she is loved by many and hated at the same time. Her reportage is so slanted -- it borders on criminal at times. That's just my opinion -- but there was a woman who killed herself after Grace made unfair accusations so I think that speaks volumes about Grace.”- AJ on Nancy Disgraced
|| THE LOYALISTS||
Friends of Michael Jackson who never left his side...
- Dame Elizabeth Taylor
''I believe Michael is absolutely innocent and that he will be vindicated.'' She went on to blast the media for their coverage of the scandal. ''Their whole reaction is that he is guilty. I thought the law was 'innocent until proven guilty,'' she said. ''I know he is innocent and I hope they all eat crow.''
Letter from Elizabeth Taylor (regarding the baby-dangling incident)
December 19, 2002
My beloved Michael,
I saw all the news on TV of you showing the baby - I also saw the tight grip you had under his armpits. The baby loves to be swung around, and I know you could see the sheer part of the curtain. It's a game for him and I know why you coverd his face. All celebrity kids are shielded from being recognized for an obvious reason - they're under constant threat from would-be kidnappers. I went through it as a child actress, Michael, and i know you did, too.
Michael, I have never seen a better or more loving parent. You are bringing your children up with singleminded love and manage to gently discipline them, as well. I have never seen two better behaved or lovable children. (including my own)
You are an exemplary father. You would no more take a chance with your children's safety than fly to the moon. If people could only see you with the children, and the time you spend with them, and the love. Not just pretty clothes and gifts, but pure unconditional love. And they respond so completely in kind.
If only you would let people see the real you more, but I understand how shy you are and you understand also how shy I am, but we are both professionals. I did my best to keep my kids away from the public eye, and they have grown up so beautifully. I am so proud of them, and yours are kids I am proud to know. They are so beautiful inside and out, like you.
Don't ever let them get you down, Michael. You're loved by too many, especially this kid. I love you just as much as I always have and understand you just as much as I always have. Don't hide. You haven't done anythging to be ashamed of. Be proud of how you are bringing up your children. God knows I am.
I love you with all my heart, and because I know you so well, I will always understand where others may not. But you know something: Screw the others!
All my love,
- Chris Tucker
- Macaulay Culkin
"I know Michael to be an incredible father, especially given the circumstances of living life in the public eye. I have had a chance to talk at length with Michael about what happened in Germany on that day. He expressed regret and was sincerely sorry for what had happened."
- Diana Ross
- Stevie Wonder
Stevie Wonder blasts Eminem for ridiculing Michael Jackson in his video “Just Lose It”.
“Kicking someone when he’s down is not a good thing. I have much respect for his (Eminem) work, though I don’t think he’s as good as (late rapper) Tupac. But I was disappointed that he would let himself go to such a level. He has succeeded on the backs of people predominantly in that lower pay bracket, people of colour. So for him to come out like that is bulls**t.”
- Akon defends Michael jackson against E! reporter
- Geraldo Rivera
"Michael was a normal, competent father."
- Smokey Robinson
On ‘atrocious’ media coverage about Michael’s kids:
“And I think it’s a shame what they’ve done about [Jackson's] kids, talking about the DNA, who’s the real sperm donor, and blah, blah, blah. Those are kids, man. And Michael was their dad. No matter what comes up about the DNA, Michael was their father. So for them to do that, to run those kids through the mill like that, is atrocious as far as I’m concerned. It’s a ridiculous thing. They’re not thinking about [the fact] that these are kids that they’re doing this to, and what impact it’s going to have on their lives. They just want people to listen to whatever thing they’re doing.”
- Brett Ratner
“Michael was not only a great friend, but a true inspiration in my life. I will never forget his kindness to me, and his beautiful heart. He was the best father and truly loved his children. I will miss him.”
- Donald Trump
- Lionel Richie
- Debbie Rowe
"They say, 'I can't believe she left her children.' Left them? I did not leave my children. My children are with their father where they are supposed to be."
Asked why the children are not with her, she said, "I didn't do it to be a mother. Like I said, you earn that title. I did not change diapers. I didn’t get up in the middle of the night - even when I was there. Michael did it all."
"I am telling you that he is the most brilliant father. Almost before the baby needed something, he knew what it was. And that's not for me."
- Liza Minnelli
"It doesn't sound like him at all. The word dangling is what I would like to look into. I don't see a picture where he is dangling the child dangerously, I see him holding (him) up above a railing for the press to say hello to his kid."
- Teddy Riley
"MJ was a woman lover, trust! Dude gets in. I have only once told a close friend that I just couldn't believe how he gets in. He is a real dude. He's human. He has a child life in him. He deserves to be a baller and a player sometimes.
- Siedah Garrett
"I was asked by CNN, Entertainment Tonight, MSNBC, Hollywood Tonight, all these news media, they want me to talk about Michael.
and I'm thinking -- nobody was asking me to talk about Michael on Tuesday, on Wednesday. And now everyone wants to hear whatever dirt I have to offer to feed into this media madness. I have nothing to offer."
"I love you Michael."
- Wade Robson
Beyond the music, Wade says Michael was a friend and family man. "We talk so much about him as the pop legend, which is important," he says. "But we need to remember that he was a man and a father and that's what it's about. He was a wonderful father,"
- Omer Bhatti
- Gregory Peck
When accusations against the singer surfaced several years ago, Greg and Veronique praised the star in an open letter carried on Jackson's website.
Telling of the happy times the Pecks had spent with Jackson as well as with Prince Michael I and Paris (from his three-year marriage to his dermatology nurse Debbie Rowe) and Prince Michael II (by a surrogate mother), the Pecks said: ''We and our children, who are of your generation, have always admired you as a loving and caring father." Greg also gave a glowing video tribute to Jackson at the singer's 30th Anniversary Celebration held at Madison Square Gardens in 2001.
Gregory’s Letter to Michael:
You are recognized as a great artist all over the world, but very few know you as a father. We have been close friends and have known you over twenty-five years. We have spent many times together with you, Prince, Paris, and Prince Michael, who all play happily with our own grandchildren. We and our children, who are of your generation, have always admired you as a loving and caring father. Your children could not have a better father. They love you and respect you. You raised them with gentleness and kindness and genuine concern for their well-being. Their joy and love are a reflection of your attention and love as a parent. Those who criticize and judge you should do well to look into their own family life. We have seen you countless times as an attentive and devoted father, and we join your many friends who stand beside you and your family now.
Veronique and Greg
- Dave Dave
"I believe that Michael was a great person. He has never hurt a soul. I am happy to have been through all of these years, a dedicated friend."
- Azja Pryor
Excerpts from Chris Tucker's ex-girlfriend's Open Letter to the Arvizo Family
Shame on you!
This man did nothing but help your family in their darkest hour. I know Michael was just like my family. We were all pulled into your woeful stories and shared your familyʼs plight as Gavin fought for his life during his battle with cancer. Gavin, you told me that Michael's love helped cure you of cancer. Your entire family praised Michael privately to everyone who would listen, yet turned against him so viciously in public. I have remained silent for many years, but I can no longer do so. Right now I struggle to find the words to adequately write this letter, as I am so filled with anger towards you and pain for the Jackson family.
Read the whole letter HERE
- Marlon Brando (angry over media's negative MJ stories)
"I'm angry, especially now, because he's not here to defend himself.
"And he was such a good person, a loving person. Every time - anyone who knew him or had any kind of relationship or whatever, you knew - he always ended your conversation or meeting with, I love you, see you. It was always love."
- Miko Brando
- The Malniks
- Steve Harvey
Steve Harvey rips Bill O'Reilly
Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugzQI...eature=related
Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxKXZ...eature=related
- Jennifer Batten (MJ’s guitarist during the Bad and Dangerous World Tours)
MJ was the greatest entertainer of our time--creative in every way, and a good hearted caring person as well.
- Emmanuel Lewis (defends Michael after Bashir's interview)
"None of that, any of that, makes any of it the truth. And I don't get it, don't this I ever will. He's always been a friend, not just of me, but my whole entire family."
- Stephanie Mills [in a radio interview]
Do you think that Michael Jackson is guilty?
"No. No, I don't think he's guilty. No."
|| THE SUPPORTERS ||
- Rick James (CNN interview)
PHILLIPS: You're looking good. Now, you and I were talking yesterday, we were talking a little bit this morning. You're in support of Michael Jackson. Tell me why.
JAMES: Because I love him. I think he's fantastic. I love his whole family. I've been knowing Michael since he was a kid. I've know his whole family. I know his mother. I know his father. I know the brothers. I know the sisters. And I have nothing but complete love, and respect and admiration for the whole family.
PHILLIPS: So, Rick, why do you think authorities are going after Michael Jackson?
JAMES: Because he's black, he's rich and he's famous, and they got nothing else better to do.
PHILLIPS: Has Michael ever talked openly with you about his relationship with children, or his love for children, or even Neverland?
JAMES: Look, Michael loves children, OK? I mean, to be -- I mean, I look at it like this. I mean, all this pedophile crap, you know, why didn't they go after Elvis Presley? He was the biggest pedophile at all. He had Priscilla when she was 14, 15. Why didn't they go after Jerry Lee Lewis. He the second biggest pedophile of all. He married his first cousin. She was 13 years old. Why don't they go after Santa Claus? Why don't they do psychology references on him? They don't know who he is. He's 100,000 different cities and kids sit on his lap, telling him what they want for Christmas.
PHILLIPS: I don't know, Rick, i've sat on Santa Claus' lap, i've never had any issues with Santa Claus.
JAMES: But never mind, Santa Claus, what about Elvis? They didn't do anything to him. He had Priscilla when she was 14, 15 years old. Nobody said a damn thing. Then as soon as you get famous and black, they go after you.
PHILLIPS: Well, let me ask you, let me ask you, you know the documentary that came out, OK, on BBC with Michael Jackson. He talked openly about, hey, I love children, we sleep in the same bed, it's nothing sexual, I just love them and like to take care of them. Is there anything wrong with that? Do you see anything wrong with that?
JAMES: There ain't nothing wrong with that. Look, I have a house, 8,000 square feet. I have children come by. I have grandchildren. They come by and they bring their friends. They sleep in my room. I got a great big giant bedroom. They watch TV. They lay on the floor. Sometimes I wake up, kids are laying in my bed because they're scared or something, whatever. I have candles going. What, what does that make me, a pedophile, because kids follow my bed, fall to sleep, whatever? I love kids. I'm (UNINTELLIGIBLE) pedophile as Larry King. I mean, come on now.
PHILLIPS: All right, so have you ever talked with Michael? Have you ever consulted him? Has he ever come to you for advice?
JAMES: Why should I talk to Michael about something that's so ridiculous? I mean, it's ridiculous. What should I say to Michael? Well, Mike, tell me something, how's pedophile-ization going? Is it in, or is it out? I mean, it's ridiculous. It's so stupid.
PHILLIPS: All right, Rick, let's talk about his future. Let's talk about you right now. You went through...
JAMES: Wait a minute. I just got one more thing to say.
PHILLIPS: OK, go ahead, go ahead.
JAMES: I think this D.A. in Santa Barbara, I think he had a serious hard-on for Michael, and I think he won't rest until he just rocks Michael's world. Well, you know something, it's never going to happen. These accusations are clearly lies. These accusations are lies, they're untrue, and it's not going to happen. Michael's world will not be rocked. Because as soon as court hits -- if Michael's guilty of anything, it's the Peter Pan syndrome, the same thing I'm guilty of, the same thing you're probably guilty of, the same thing a lot of people are guilty of. We do not want to grow up. We do not want to get old. We love children. We will do anything for children. If it means building -- I wish I could have Never Neverland. I'd have children there every day.
PHILLIPS: So you see -- how do you see Michael's future? You were convicted back in the '90s and you are back on track with your career. If, indeed, Michael faces a conviction here, how do you see his future?
JAMES: I don't even see him -- No. 1, it's too hypothetical -- it's too ridiculous -- it's too much of a hypothetical situation. I don't see him convicted in anything like this. I mean, he loves children. He loves children. Look at all he's done for children. Look at what he's done. He's changed the world for children. God doesn't bless someone like Michael Jackson who changes the world for children. He has given children a better day. He's given children a better light. He's given children smiles on their faces. He's given children hope. Do you think God would bless a pedophile with something like that?
PHILLIPS: Well, Rick, you do continue to be a super freak, and thanks for giving us a super interview.
JAMES: I will be a super freak, and it ain't got nothing to do with children or nothing, just like Michael Jackson has nothing to do with children. It has to do with L-O-V-E -- love.
- Nicole Richie (goddaughter to Michael)
said she used to sleep in the same room as Jackson and that nothing inappropriate ever occured. ''It was like, absolutely nothing more than just an adult kind of wanting to be a kid again,'' She echoed the claim from Jackson's camp that the raid on Neverland was timed to coincide with the release of Jackson's ''Number Ones'' CD, a claim Santa Barbara district attorney Tom Sneddon has denied. ''I do think it is very convenient that his album came out and all this stuff is happening. I definitely do think that's very convenient, it really hurts me to see that his whole life is ruined.''
- Missy Elliott
''He's my biggest influence so that's why I'm very defensive, I'm ready to fight about Michael Jackson, so we pray to God he didn't do it, 'cause I might go to jail trying to defend him.''
- LL Cool J
''I'm a fan. I support him a hundred zillion percent, until I see evidence, I'm not going to be convinced. I'm not going to be brainwashed.''
- Alicia Keys
''I'm upset at the way he's being treated in the media, I think they're really trying to slander his name, and I really think that's unfair for the way that he's contributed to the American culture since the day he was born. I think he deserves much more than that. This is someone's life, and I don't think he should be reduced to a joke. He's far more than that.''
- Madonna (defends Michael after Bashir's interview; saying that MJ was used by Bashir for his own benefit)
"I dont like it, I don't like people humiliating other people like that. It doesn't seem right and fair. Publicly humiliating someone for your own game will only come back to haunt you, I can assure you all these people will be sorry. God's going to have his revenge."
- Pete Townshend (guitarist for rock ‘n’ roll band The Who)
"I was pleased Michael was cleared. His feathers may be badly burned, and he may be damaged in other ways too, but he is something of an angel."
- Barry Gibb
"As a father of five, it was obvious to Linda and I that you were all very happy and that they love you as much as you love them."
- Arnold Schwarzenegger
''I know that Michael Jackson is innocent and I put my full trust in him''
“I’ve always looked up to Michael and I always will. There will never be another Michael Jackson. Him giving me the opportunity to be on stage with him says a lot for how much he respects me as an artist. It was a great moment for me.”
- Phil Collins
''The reason why Michael feels so connected with children is because when children see him they see a human being. When adults see him they just see money.''
- Whoopi Goldberg
"He would never hurt a child; this is the last person in the world, because to him the children were the only people that understood him."
Whoopie Goldberg defends MJ against Peter King
- Bette Midler (2003)
"I was a fan and I remain a fan"
- Kurt Cobain (Nirvana, 1993)
Kurt Cobain says "I feel sorry for him" and was ignored by Kurt Loder (interviewer).
Loder keeps trying to bait them into saying something negative, but got nothing.
- Seth Green (Austin Powers)
"There's two kinds of people in the world, MJ fans and losers."
- Amy Winehouse
"I could never decide whether I wanted to be MJ or marry him. I don't care what people say because he's a f-----g genius!"
- Dionne Warwick
"I've watched him grow to become the icon that he is and I wouldn't even consider believing the claims against him."
- Jon Stewart
"Can we please stop calling him Jacko now?"
- Allen Iverson (NBA player)
"Michael Jackson was a gift from God, and all thorugh his life for 40 years all people did was criticize him."
- David Pack
Grammy winning recording artist, producer, and music director[
"I did not find Michael weird, messed up, or anything you’ve ever heard about him. I want to say that I feel all of the allegations ever charged against Michael were false, and that in my discernment, he did not have the capacity to ever do anything except love children and let them know he would do anything to stand up for them, and help them. Just look at the magnificent work he did on their behalf in writing and co-producing “We Are The World,” and the 39 charities for children he gave to generously. That was Michael. I believe that during his trials he related to the suffering of Christ, and prayed for intervention, because he was being accused over what he loved most—children. This caused him perhaps more pain than anything in his life."
- Ron Artest (NBA player)
Ron Artest had just signed with the LA Lakers so he gets to choose a new number. And as a tribute to Michael Jackson, he chose the number 37 -- the number of weeks Thriller stayed at the top of the charts
- Ken Griffey Jr. (Baseball player)
As a tribute to the King of Pop, he wore a single white glove on his first at-bat.
- Katie Burrell
"I believe people don't want to know the truth. It must be horrible to imagine that someone that was so villified in the media could actually be innocent. Ignorance is bliss and those who aren't informed can make ignorant statements and not feel bad about it. That's what irks me about the news. They know the truth and it's just straight up lying."
ARE YOU READY FOR THE TRUTH?
Editor's Note: This is a paper she wrote for her English 305w class at Northern Arizona University. I wrote that paper w/ the intent on targeting the reader's pathos. In order to understand what truly happened to Michael Jackson, one must understand all the trials and tribulations he himself has been through from the result of direct and inflammatory lies motivated by greed and fame(media).
I also created this site for all those who are wondering why the King Of Pop got acquitted. Ever catch yourself thinking "How" or "Why did he get off?" Truth be told, Michael Jackson could have been VINDICATED had the media done their job. Unfortunately, he was just 'acquitted' of the charges. SEE THE TRUTH FOR YOURSELVES!
Check out the media transcripts and reports while searching the court transcripts.
Hopefully, if I wasn't able to convice you, you'll at least learn to not believe everything you hear. Especially in the media.
The inconsistencies will BLOW your mind!
Read Katie Burrell's essay HERE
- Chris Apostle and Cory Rooney (former Sony executives)
Hollywood and the Music Industry abandoned Michael when he needed them, but showed up to support a murderer:
“I don’t really think the music industry has taken a deep enough look at what Michael Jackson meant to everybody, all of us artists, producers, actors, actresses, all of us, entertainment as a whole. I don’t think that they took a deep enough look because everyone is too busy with their head up their own butt. When Michael was on trial, nobody…nobody stopped to go and support him at the trial.”
“The guy is acquitted on ten counts of child molestation. No one said, ‘Sorry Michael.’ No one said, ‘Michael, we knew you were innocent.’ No one did a BET tribute to him then. Nobody played his music and did a marathon then. Nobody rallied up and did a concert. Why should Michael have to go on tour to raise money? How come all of the artists didn’t band together and say, ‘Hey! You know what? Let’s do a tour like Michael did the We Are The World Tour and let’s raise some money. Let’s get this thing going.’ No one did that. Tookie Williams is the founder of the crips gang. You know the crips and the bloods?”
“They were trying to get him pardoned from the death penalty and half of Hollywood showed up for this man. What I can’t understand is like, ok people didn’t want to go near Michael Jackson when he was in trouble.”
Interviewer Chris Yandek: But they show up for a murderer.
Read the whole transcript HERE
: “But they show up for a guy who executed families. A little girl begged for her life and he executed her. They said because he wrote in his time in prison he wrote children’s books that he tried to turn his life around. He was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Well, how about the millions of children Michael Jackson has helped over the span of his career? Yet two children come with some false allegations and those two children become the two children that destroy him. It’s crazy. It makes me look at the entertainment business and just say I’m surrounded by a bunch of hypocrites.
Listen to the whole interview HERE
- Charles Thomson (his take on media coverage regarding EVAN CHANDLER’S DEATH and how it shows BIAS against Michael Jackson)
The evidence surrounding the 1993 allegations overwhelmingly supports Michael Jackson's innocence. It is for this reason that during the lengthy investigation, which continued for many months before Jackson's insurance carrier negotiated a settlement, Michael Jackson was never arrested and he was never charged with any crime.
The evidence overwhelmingly suggests that Evan Chandler masterminded the allegations as a money making scheme, believing it would help him to achieve his dream of working in Hollywood. Tape recorded telephone conversations heard him dismiss the boy's wellbeing as 'irrelevant' and claim that he was out to take Jackson for all he was worth. (Click here for Mary Fischer's GQ article, which contains transcripts of the telephone calls.)
Mary Fischer's evidence shows that as well as falsifying the sexual abuse of his own son in an elaborate extortion plot, when Jordan refused to play along Evan plied him with mind-altering drugs in a bid to trick him into believing that he was molested.
But even drugging a child as part of an extortion plot wasn't Evan Chandler's lowest point. That came when he petitioned the court to allow him to release an album of music about the supposed sexual abuse of his own son.
If Evan Chandler wanted justice, he got it two weeks ago.
As for the media, this latest incident cements once more the industry's almost total unwillingness to report fairly or accurately on Michael Jackson, particularly on the bogus allegations of sexual abuse that were levelled against him. None of the aforementioned information and evidence was included in any article about Chandler's suicide that I have read so far, despite the fact that I personally delivered it to at least one newspaper which has repeatedly paid me as a Jackson expert on other stories.
READ FULL BLOG ENTRY HERE
- Geraldine Hughes (a witness to extortion)
Author of the book "Redemption: The Truth Behind the Michael Jackson CM Allegations"
“They say you know someone by their music. "Heal the World", "Man in the Mirror," Make That Change, It Doesn’t Matter if You’re Black or White, what about the "Earth Song?" This is who MJ really is. A caring individual that cares not only about children, but about mankind all over the world.”
"Michael was so cautious. Michael has been cautious with letting kids sleep in his room. As a matter of fact, there has been no children that has slept in his room or his bed since ’93. Everybody seemed to think that’s something he’d been doing. No, he hasn’t. And he hired, he had an employee that he had hired, and this guy’s only job was, when children was at Michael’s house, was to supervise and to be a supervisor and keep an eye on the kids. So when they came back wanting to sleep in his room and in his bed, Michael told them, “Well, I’ll let you sleep in my bed, but I’m going to sleep on the floor and him and his supervisor, they bedded up on the floor and let the kids sleep in his bed. Those kids never slept with Michael, ever, never, and when they finally did get an opportunity to sleep in his room and in his bed, Michael, along with his hired supervisor, was on the floor. He had somebody there, witnessing."
"This is a spiritual attack, that's what this is. This attack right here comes straight from the pit of hell."
Read the exclusive, in-depth interview with author Geraldine Hughes, sharing the truth behind the Michael Jackson 1993 Child Molestation Allegations HERE , a must read.
Sources: All Michael Jackson, Reflections on the Dance , The Hollywood Gossip , BBC News
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