Rowe Gives Up Parental Rights – MB#260 – Highlight History

This highlight history entry comes from a previous MJEOL Bullet concerning Debbie Rowe’s previous court filing giving up her parental rights to Michael Jackson’s children. Below, you will find excerpts from the transcripts of that paternity hearing, including extremely telling statements from her.
(From “Previous Statements from Rowe Could Undermine Pros. Plans – MB#260”
APRIL 25 2005)

– Stunning details about Debbie Rowe and the termination of her parental rights were revealed by Celebrity Justice (CJ) a few months ago in an article dated Feb 4 2005.

The “buzz” in the media now is that Rowe will be called by the prosecution dealing with an alleged “conspiracy” allegation in the Michael Jackson trial.

According to prosecution pundits, she may claim she was given a script to say in that 2003 rebuttal interview which aired on Fox called “Take Two: The Footage You Were Never Meant to See”.

There were very revealing details about what Rowe said at that Oct 2001 hearing where she officially terminated her parental rights. Unfortunately for the prosecution, in that 2001 hearing, she said some of the exact same things she said in that 2003 rebuttal interview.

Just because the prosecution has subpoenaed Rowe, doesn’t necessarily make her that great of a prosecution witness. A subpoena doesn’t always equate with cooperation. For example, the defense subpoenaed Jamie Masada a while ago. Does that make him a witness for the defense? Of course not.

As always, we have to be careful with proclamations about what a witness will say. The prosecution and the media have gotten into trouble repeatedly for promising/hyping up what a prosecution witness would say only to be “let down” when the witness testifies.

Despite three speakers, ‘Nightline’ lacks voice

Despite three speakers, ‘Nightline’ lacks voice

*How a trio is replacing a Koppel.

By Paul Brownfield, Times Staff Writer

They say “Goodnight, America” now at the end of “Nightline.” All three of the new anchors say it — Cynthia McFadden, Terry Moran, Martin Bashir — they trade off.

They also sometimes say: “Jimmy Kimmel is next.”

It is a symbolic if small shift in the post-Ted Koppel broadcast. Koppel, a guardian of the firewall between the news and entertainment divisions at his former network ABC, wouldn’t tease to Kimmel, just as he didn’t tease to “Politically Incorrect With Bill Maher” in the years that Maher’s more compatible series followed “Nightline.”

After 25 years, Koppel signed off his last broadcast, Nov. 23, saying to viewers, “You’ve always been very nice to me, so give this new anchor team at ‘Nightline’ a fair break. If you don’t, the network will just put another comedy in this time slot. And then you’ll be sorry.”

Is two weeks a fair break? “Nightline,” a slicker-looking news package piloted from Times Square in New York, isn’t some end-of-the-world devolution from Koppel. But it’s just a respectable if slightly overheated news magazine now, well produced, with good bookings.

CompAmerica Announces AX5, a Free “Windows-Like” Operating System

CompAmerica ( announces a free operating system option for its PCs that it claims “bears a reasonable resemblance” to Microsoft Windows XP and can cohabitate with Microsoft Windows XP on the same PC. (PRWEB via PR Web Direct) December 13, 2005 — CompAmerica ( announced a free operating system, called: “AX5,” which it says “very much resembles Microsoft Windows XP ®.” The new operating system includes a graphical user interface that CompAmerica claims very much resembles it’s Windows ® counterpart.

Graphic Testimony Turns into a Pile of Garbage on Cross – MJEOL Bullet #257


Graphic Testimony Turns into a Pile of Garbage on Cross-examination- MJEOL Bullet #257 Part 1 | Part 2 APRIL 11 2005 — What other way to give a full view of the witness’s allegation than to have them cross-examined about those allegations? April 7 was an unbelievable day in which jurors heard graphic allegations; allegations thrown into doubt by the actions of the people alleging them. Ralph Chacon and Adrian McManus both testified to either actually witnessing molestation or witnessing “inappropriate behavior” involving Michael Jackson and children. Neither one of these witnesses tried to stop what they claim they witnessed, didn’t call the cops at that time, didn’t quit their jobs and only made these allegations after the 1993 lawsuit was filed against Jackson. That suit was reportedly funded by Jackson’s insurance company, devoid of any admission of guilt whatsoever. The prosecution was obviously hoping to shock the jury so that they would overlook the 1.5 million tons of baggage all of these witnesses so far carry with them. Much has been made by media pundits about the “cumulative effect” of all of these witnesses. Pro-prosecution pundits scream ‘they can’t all be lying!’ Well, yeah, they can all be lying. It’s already happened before. Many of these eye-witnesses-come-lately have been found by independent entities – like another Santa Maria jury – to have defrauded Jackson, stolen from him, and lied under oath in previous depositions.