[b]Bahrain Jackson Fans Pleased With Pop Star[/b] By DONNA ABU-NASR MANAMA, Bahrain Mar 1, 2006 (AP) For the people working at Bahrain’s malls, the person covered head to toe in a black veil, gloves and glasses appeared to be a rich, doting Saudi mother, leaping from one aisle to the next to select children’s shoes, clothes and toys. But why would a woman wear a man’s shoes? Why the bodyguards? And why did the person’s fluid movements seem so familiar? “It was the way he moved that made me sure it was Michael Jackson,” said Radio Shack salesman Sharfudeen Kadeer Meera. “He shops the way he dances, going from one place to the other at dizzying speed.” Since his June acquittal on child molestation charges in California, Jackson has been living on the island nation of Bahrain, the guest of Sheik Abdullah bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the son of Bahrain’s king.
Contact Music apparently posted an erroneous article claiming that Jackson was helping to build a mosque in which they attributed a direct quote to her. Bain says the report is inaccurate and is demanding a retraction. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 1, 2006 CONTACTMUSIC.COM FALSELY QUOTES RAYMONE K. BAIN IN ARTICLE Continue Reading