Idiotic Ignorance from Lawmakers & Media?- MJEOL Bullet #116 Michael Jackson is in Washington DC continuing to help people around the world and to be honored by the African Ambassadors Spouses Association for his humanitarian efforts. Jackson has contributed over $50 million dollars to various charities worldwide thus far and […]Continue Reading
Sneddon Using Grand Jury as Cover? MJEOL Bullet #115 There has been much debate over the latest step by the prosecution in the Jackson case to convene a grand jury months after already arresting and charging Jackson. Some legal experts have openly questioned whether or not the grand jury […]Continue Reading
[b]Gary Dunlap Talks to MJJF Radio MJEOL Bullet #55[/b] REPOST [i]This information is reposted for those who may not be aware.[/i] Gary Dunlap, the attorney currently suing District Attorney Tom Sneddon for $10 million, gave an exclusive interview to [url=http://www.mjjforum.com]MJJF Talk Radio[/url]. Dunlap was prosecuted by Sneddon and later […]Continue Reading
Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 [img align=left]http://site.mjeol.com/beautiful_capitol2small.jpg[/img] [b]MJJSource EXCLUSIVE – Michael Jackson Meeting with Congressional Members Today[/b] According to Michael Jackson’s official spokesperson, Raymone Bain, Michael Jackson’s Washington, D.C. itinerary includes a visit to Capitol Hill. Today, March 30th, 2004, at 5 pm, Michael will be meeting with Congressional Members […]Continue Reading
Case “bleeding to death” with Doubt? – MJEOL Bullet #114
Civil rights attorney Avery Freedman appeared on CNN Live Saturday (March 27) along with defense attorney Richard Herman, to discuss the Jackson case during CNN’s legal roundtable. Freedman estimated that the grand jury would take about a week or so to hear evidence (alleged evidence) against Jackson.
It’s expected that the accuser and family members will testify in front of the grand jury. As you remember, this family already has a history of lying under oath in other cases before the current Jackson case.
[b]DMX vents on Michael Jackson, thinks of retiring[/b] Canadian Press [i]Sunday, March 28, 2004[/i] TORONTO (CP) – Rapper DMX doesn’t believe Michael Jackson is guilty. “Michael Jackson will always be the King of Pop for me, always,” he told a group of journalists in Los Angeles on the weekend where […]Continue Reading
[i]Date: Friday, March 26, 2004[/i] [b]Michael Jackson Comes To Washington, D.C.[/b] Recording Superstar Michael Jackson To Be Honored By The African Ambassadorsâ Spouses Association For His Worldwide Humanitarian Efforts, Particularly In Africa Thursday, April 1, 2004 Mr. Jackson, who over the years has financially supported programs in Africa to build […]Continue Reading
Posted on Fri, Mar. 26, 2004 [b]Documents show searches continue in Michael Jackson case[/b] LINDA DEUTSCH Associated Press LOS ANGELES – The judge in Michael Jackson’s child molestation case released carefully edited search warrants Friday that show authorities continue to search bank accounts, storage lockers, computers and cellular phone records for evidence against the singer. The warrants were released in “redacted” form by Superior Court Judge Rodney J. Melville in response to motions from numerous news media organizations, including The Associated Press. The 31 pages released included authorizations to search accounts at US Bank, Verizon and Cingular Wireless and at a Shurgard Storage in the San Fernando Valley. The search warrant affidavit for the storage facility said authorities were seeking “evidence related to our investigation, specifically notes, diaries, documents, photographs, audiotapes and videotapes tending to show a relationship between Michael Jackson …” with the rest of the line blacked out. (Continue…)Continue Reading
[b]JACKSON CHALLENGES FORMER GUARD[/b] March 26, 2004 ET ran a story on Thursday about a former Neverland security guard, CHARLI MICHAELS, who in 1994 was upset about what she felt was inappropriate behavior by MICHAEL JACKSON. Today, Jackson’s representatives strongly challenged her credibility. His spokesperson said, “It is disturbing and […]Continue Reading
Kevin Smith, the director who was allegedly approached by Michael Jackson to make a movie where Jackson is suppose to turn into a car and have a little boy drive him, appeared on Countdown with Keith Olbermann (March 25). Smith says the story isn’t true. In fact, he says that he’s never even met Jackson. This rumor started in 1994, according to the official transcript of the show. Smith says he was approached by someone pitching this idea and using Michael Jackson’s name as a part of this idea. Smith also says he can only guess it had something to do with Jackson and he doesn’t even know for sure if Jackson knows about this story. Click ‘Read More’ to read the transcript of the show.Continue Reading