Family ‘Kidnapped’ for Interview Public Never Saw? – MiniBullet #4 FEB 20 2005 – One of the accusations made by the prosecution in the Michael Jackson “case” is that the accusing family was allegedly “kidnapped” so that they could be kept away from the public and appear in a rebuttal video exonerating Jackson. They want the public to believe that Jackson was so “panicked” about his image that he would conspire to kidnap a family of four. However, the rebuttal footage to the Martin Bashir hatchet-job of a “documentary”, in which the family was allegedly supposed to appear, was aired just days after Bashir’s, but without any new footage of this family at all. “Take Two: The Footage You Were Never Meant to See” aired on the Fox network Feb 20 2003. The explosive rebuttal showed subpoenaed witness and accused blackmailer Martin Bashir telling a completely different story than the one that made it on air. He said, both to Jackson and Jackson’s staff, such glowing things as “The problem is you see, that nobody, nobody actually comes here and sees it. But I was here yesterday and I saw it, and it’s nothing short of a spiritual kind [of] thing…”. Then he gets on TV during promos, apparently to sell the advertising for the show and to increase the ratings, and says, “One of the most disturbing things is the fact that a lot of disadvantaged children go to Neverland…” This was only one of numerous contradictions that Bashir was caught in; sure to be brought up under cross-examination at trial. But one thing which was not in the Take Two special was an interview with the family defending Jackson. Why not? How is the public supposed to believe this family was “kidnapped” by a “panicked” Jackson, and essentially forced to say nice things about him, when the public wasn’t shown any video or audio of them defending Jackson? Wasn’t that the point, according to the prosecution? This won’t be easily explained away as the two-hour rebuttal special was aired Feb 20 2003, the day the prosecution-alleged “molestation” began. The public didn’t see Jackson’s accuser and family telling their story. The public didn’t see the mother, brother, or sister telling the public what they also told the Los Angeles Children & Family Services (DCFS). What’s the excuse going to be now? How are they going to explain why the family would be caught on tape exonerating Jackson, then later claim they were forced to do so based on a public relations problem, but Jackson never released this tape to clear up his image? Allegedly it’s main purpose? It is improbable and implausible, but it’s the backbone of this conspiracy nonsense. This comes on the heels of yet another explosive report catching the family in another lie regarding this prosecution-alleged conspiracy. The family told the grand jury that they were held hostage reportedly at the Country Inn and Suites in Calabasas. They also claimed they couldn’t leave the room and that they weren’t even given a key to the room. Well now we know the family was all over the place during their visit: at shopping malls, eating at various restaurants, seeing a movie, getting manicures and pedicures, going apartment hunting, etc. The Inn, by the way, wasn’t far away from a sheriff’s station (see Jackson Accuser Wanted to Call Him Daddy (Feb 18 2005) – Fox). And there are piles of receipts, possibly along with witness testimony and possible surveillance footage, documenting the shopping sprees. They also made numerous phone calls from the room to everyone from family members, to the children’s school (see [Jackson] ‘Kidnap’ Victims Lived It Up – Fox). The latest facts paint the family as a bunch of liars. They will have to explain to a skeptical public why Jackson would be so “panicked” about his image that he would order the kidnapping of a family to extort an exonerating video out of them – a video that was never shown to the public to clear up his image. Ridiculous. -MJEOL

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