Given the new information from Richard Matsuura–the kid cited in the Vanity Fair article by Maureen Orth as a kid who was given wine in coke cans–do you think Orth should issue a public apology to him and his family? As you know, Matsuura gave an interview with NBC’s Mike […]Continue Reading
Matsuura Angry at Defamatory Vanity Fair Article – MJEOL Bullet #89
The boy, who is 18 now, cited in the latest defamatory Vanity Fair(VF) article by Maureen Orth – also known as Wack0 Orth0 by some of Jackson’s fans – has spoken out. In an interview with NBC’s Mike Taibbi, Richard Matsuura,the young man, tells the reporter that the Vanity Fair allegations are “completely false.”
The VF article claimed Matsuura was given wine in a soda can by Jackson’s people. There was much speculation if this young man would be used buy the prosecution to corroborate this current accuser’s allegation. Matsuura, who was 12 at the time, says that Jackson never said or did anything inappropriate to him whatsoever.
[b]THE MICHAEL JACKSON CHRONICLES: Will the Real Jackson Spokesperson Please Stand Up? [/b] by Tanya Kersey-Henley (Feb. 17, 2004) If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably totally confused by the steady stream of talking heads popping up on virtually every broadcast and cable news show and speaking for embattled pop […]Continue Reading