[b]DA Tactic: Discredit DCFS Investigation? – MJEOL Bullet #40[/b] District Attorney Tom Sneddon’s case was largely panned by news agencies around the world after an incredibly damaging memo surfaced concluding that the allegations against Jackson are “unfounded.” However, a new tactic has surfaced the day after: discredit the investigation done by the Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS). Despite reports that trained DCFS professionals talked to the family—more than once, separately from each other, and on more than one occasion—reporters and news agencies sympathetic to the prosecution (Court TV, Celebrity Justice, Catherine Crier, Jerry Nachman, Paula Zahn etc.) have made reports attempting to cast doubts on the validity of the DCFS/LAPD investigation… By accounts from those close to the family, Jackson would not be in-charge of anyone else’s child/children and not have another person or persons there 24 hours a day in case of emergencies; even when they are asleep in his room. To understand that point, you must understand the logistics of these occasional Neverland “sleepovers.” Note these two quotes from Jackson family attorney Brian Oxman, via a transcript of his appearance on Fox news the show hosted by Bill O’Reilly in March of this year:

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OXMAN: It’s — and the door is wide open here because it’s like a physician who examines a female patient. They always have a female attendant present. What Martin Bashir didn’t show you was the female attendants or the adult attendants who were present. Michael has them there to protect not only the children but himself as well.

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OXMAN: He slept on the floor, and what Bashir left out was that in the next room [b]with the doors wide open, in an anteroom, are guards there 24 hours a day[/b]

-[url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?showtopic=2719]Snippets of Brian Oxman’s Appearance on O’Reilly Factor[/url] Thus, to understand why the mother would have said, during the investigation, her son “slept in the same room” as Jackson and also say the children “were never alone” with Jackson, one must understand the previous point. :4pinned READ FULL REPORT >> =================================== FULL REPORT =================================== [b]DA Tactic: Discredit DCFS Investigation? – MJEOL Bullet #40[/b] District Attorney Tom Sneddon’s case was largely panned by news agencies around the world after an incredibly damaging summary memo surfaced concluding that the allegations against Jackson are “unfounded.” However, a new tactic has surfaced the day after: discredit the investigation done by the Department of Children & Family Services (DCFS). Despite reports that trained DCFS professionals talked to the family—more than once, separately from each other, and on more than one occasion—reporters and news agencies sympathetic to the prosecution (Court TV, Celebrity Justice, Catherine Crier, Jerry Nachman, Paula Zahn etc.) have made reports attempting to cast doubts on the validity of the DCFS/LAPD investigation. There has been no independent corroboration that anyone affiliated with Michael Jackson accompanied DCFS investigators to interview the family. If this were the case, it would have more than likely also been reported in the summary memo. Celebrity Justice is now claiming that the civil attorney for the accuser and the psychiatrist, involved with the family, personally went down to the department to report “child abuse” by Jackson, and were turned away by social workers who “refused to take a report.” If you are wondering what else was left out of this recounting of information, you are not alone. Celebrity Justice has a history of not being averse to “selective reporting.” A slew of questions can be asked regarding this story: Why, if this recounting is accurate, would two social workers deem it unnecessary to file a report? Why didn’t the psychiatrist make a phone call, instead of meeting up with a civil attorney and going down to the department offices? Why are these allegations being reported by the exact same attorney and the same psychiatrist (as reports are revealing) who were also involved in the 1993 allegations? How is this apparently destitute family able to afford an extremely high-priced attorney and a high-priced psychiatrist? How did the situation escalate from a mother seeing a civil attorney, to her child—at the behest of that civil attorney—having an appointment with a psychiatrist? Why was the child being interviewed by a psychiatrist to begin with? I could go on. Catherine Crier (Court TV) appeared on MSNBC’s Hardball (Dec 10) attempting to explain away the findings of the DCFS and play down how this will affect the DA’s case. Crier says her “sources” say the police found evidence of a Jackson aide coaching the family to say nice things about Jackson. This, of course, is unconfirmed. And considering the source, the story may in fact be untrue. However, if anything remotely like that was found during the police raid at Neverland, it could be a matter of interpretation. This unknown person, who may or may not exist, could have been simply asking questions. And those investigating Jackson would probably interpret it in a matter consistent with what they already believed to have happened. Hence, the “coaching the family” story. In yet another surprisingly disappointing analytical debate, Chris Matthews tried to play a game of “gotcha” to discredit the actual memo. He insulted the person who wrote it and attempted to overstate the importance of what appeared to him as an inconsistency in the memo itself. He obviously has no understanding as to how things work at Neverland. By accounts from those close to the family, Jackson would not be in-charge of anyone else’s child/children and not have another person or persons there 24 hours a day in case of emergencies; even when they are asleep in his room. To understand that point, you must understand the logistics of these occasional Neverland “sleepovers.” Note these two quotes from Jackson family attorney Brian Oxman, via a transcript of his appearance on Fox news the show hosted by Bill O’Reilly in March of this year:

OXMAN: It’s — and the door is wide open here because it’s like a physician who examines a female patient. They always have a female attendant present. What Martin Bashir didn’t show you was the female attendants or the adult attendants who were present. Michael has them there to protect not only the children but himself as well.

OXMAN: He slept on the floor, and what Bashir left out was that in the next room [b]with the doors wide open, in an anteroom, are guards there 24 hours a day[/b]

-[url=http://forum.mjeol.com/index.php?showtopic=2719]Snippet of Brian Oxman’s Appearance on O’Reilly Factor[/url] Thus, to understand why the mother would have said, during the investigation, her son “slept in the same room” as Jackson and also say the children “were never alone” with Jackson, one must understand the previous point. If Sneddon is attempting to set the DCFS in a bad light in order to disparage this highly damaging information, it does not appear to be working. The memo and its findings cannot be easily explained-away by trying to discredit trained professionals who are a neutral 3rd party to molestation investigations. The move could backfire and blow up in his face. -MJEOL

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