Dimond’s Reporting Heads Jackson Story Friday January 02, 2004 1:58pm NEW YORK (AP) – A few months ago, reporter Diane Dimond told Court TV Chairman Henry Schleiff that she was working on a great story and would need him to commit money and manpower to help dig it out. But Continue Reading
Diane Dimond’s Suspicious Involvement? – MJEOL Bullet #54
In a new article from David Bauder of the Associated Press, it is revealed that Jackson “news” reporter and tabloid writer Diane Dimond went to Court TV chairman Henry Schleiff months before the police raided Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch.
According to the report, she told Schleiff she was “working on a great story,” and asked him to foot the bill by committing “money and manpower to help dig it out.”
Some have already found it incredibly strange that she was the sole reporter to break this current story, as well as being the first source for information about an arrest warrant, which no other reporter or news agency could independently verify before District Attorney Tom Sneddon’s first press conference confirming it.