[b]Judge Bars Release of Jackson Jet Tape[/b] By TIM MOLLOY LOS ANGELES – A Superior Court judge Tuesday issued a temporary order barring a company that leases corporate jets from releasing secretly videotaped footage of Michael Jackson talking to attorney Mark Geragos as they flew from Las Vegas to Santa Barbara for Jackson’s surrender to police. The tape’s existence came to light when representatives of Santa Monica-based XtraJet showed it to several news organizations, saying they had found two videotapes aboard one of their jets and wanted to know whether it was legal to distribute or sell them. “What we understand is that there were possibly two cameras positioned in the cabin,” said attorney Brian Kabateck, who is representing Jackson. He said an XtraJet attorney denied in court that the company placed the cameras in the plane, “and we think that’s just ridiculous.” Charter company officials had told the Los Angeles Times they were trying to determine who videotaped Jackson and Geragos. Fox Network reported Monday that the tapes showed Jackson looking “calm, often smiling or laughing.” Meanwhile, an attorney who represented the mother of Michael Jackson’s accuser in her divorce from the child’s father said the family never indicated to him that Jackson had sexually abused the boy. [url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?showtopic=11075&st=0&]Full Story >>[/url]

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