Much Ado about an Art book and Adult Material? – MJEOL Bullet #241

Much Ado about an Art book and Adult Material? – MJEOL Bullet #241

Besides it being ridiculous that it would be a big deal if pornography was found in a grown man’s house, prosecutors are allegedly trying to turn a readily available, legal art book into “pornography” as well to cover-up/explain-away the fact that no child porn was found at Jackson’s ranch

JAN 28 2005 — The prosecution or prosecution-sympathizers continue to leak information (info) to their favorite tabloid reporter Diane Dimond. On Jan 25 2005, the tabloid reporter claimed to have a “bombshell” about an art book allegedly taken from Jackson’s home in 1993. No, that’s not a typo.

Dimond ran all over the place – the Today Show, Crier Live etc.—waving this book in front of the camera that she claims her “sources” said was seized 11 years ago. Not to be left out of such nonsense, Crier allowed Dimond the platform for which to report about this art book and allowed the speculation of what it may….could…might mean to Michael Jackson; complete with “experts” who’ve never met or talked to Jackson, nor know if the book actually belongs to him.

Dimond suggests the book “The Boy: A Photographic Essay” is somehow incriminating. But what is it about this book that is so sinister when applied to Jackson? A little research about the book yields important info not highlighted in certain reports.

The book was published in Sept 1964 and features photographs taken on the set of the movie Lord of the Flies. Lord of the Flies is based on the book of the same name and is required reading in most schools. It’’s a movie about a plane full of children who are shipwrecked on an island and are left to fend for themselves. Without getting into a total breakdown of the book, it basically illustrates a point the author was making about how environment can shape human behavior.

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Leak Investigation Too Little Too Late As Pros. Try to Shake Blame?– MB#240

Leak Investigation Too Little Too Late As Pros. Try to Shake Blame?– MJEOL Bullet #240 The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Dept. is up to its old tricks, launching an “investigation” into who leaked the grand jury transcripts to the media. But could this “investigation” be too little too late, as some observers already think their pals in the DA’s office are responsible? Also, a desperate attempt by a tabloid reporter to take suspicion off of her “highly placed sources” JAN 27 2005 — The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department (SBSD) has recently announced an investigation into who leaked sealed court documents to the ABC News’s Cynthia McFadden. This comes weeks after the leaks to the Court TV-backed website thesmokinggun and days after the ABC Primetime Live airing of the exact testimony from the grand jury transcripts. Both the prosecution and the Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Dept. announced this “investigation” in a joint statement. Some criticize this move as “comical” and “absolutely ridiculous”. They claim to want to find a real culprit but give the appearance that the SBSD and the DA are teaming up to “investigate”. A great number of people see these leaks as coming from the prosecution. They are the total beneficiaries of these types of leaks. The reason some observers suggest that this apparent pairing is problematic is because if the leaks are coming from the prosecution, the SBSD won’t so much as give them a second look during their “investigation”. Others have bluntly stated they are concerned prosecutors may be trying to cover their asses on this issue. Some “case” observers have flat out said this selective “investigation” could be a major PR job on behalf of prosecutors because the leaks may have backfired for them. It is important to note these pro-prosecution leaks also…conveniently…came after people were coming out the woodwork to give interviews with the media concerning their own run-ins with the family, and info about the family’s incredibly shady, possibly felonious past. True, an enormous amount of information was leaked. But some of what was leaked, although salacious, showed blaring holes and illogical stories in the prosecution’s “case”.

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