48 Hours: Deep on Peterson, Shallow on Jackson MJEOL Bullet #150 Jackson attorney Tom Mesereau appeared on CBS program 48 Hours last night (June.2.2004).Because of the sweeping gag order, he couldnt talk about the Michael Jackson so-called case.But what is more interesting about the overall report last night was not what was said, but what was not said. The bulk of the program last night focused on the Scott Peterson case. However, instead of simply reciting a litany of what has already been reported in the media, serious questions were posed about that case which made one think about it in a different way. Why, then, were there so many questions left unanswered and unasked about the Jackson case even given the short amount of time spent on it? Further, could more of that short amount of time have been spent on Mesereau and his charitable past?
‘The Importance of Being Famous’: Vanities By JODI KANTOR Published: May 30, 2004 In ”The Importance of Being Famous,” Maureen Orth promises to reveal the workings of what she calls ”the celebrity-industrial complex” — in other words, the mysterious series of enterprises by which celebrities are minted, managed, paraded and Continue Reading