[b]Lawyer defends underdogs in trials of known, unknown[/b] Sunday, April 16, 2006 ERIC VELASCO News staff writer Reputation vs. reality Mesereau’s reputation as a celebrity lawyer began in 2001 when he helped persuade prosecutors not to charge boxer and convicted rapist Mike Tyson after another rape accusation. Mesereau also defended actor Robert Blake in pretrial hearings in his murder case, pulling off the rare feat of getting bail in a capital case. But it was Jackson’s trial that splashed Mesereau’s face daily all over the international media. Jackson fans chattered on the Web about the lawyer they dubbed “Mez.” One set up a Tom Mesereau Fan Club site, while another offered do-your-own “T-Mez” dolls.
[b]Gossip Columnist Stern Blames the Media[/b] Every once in a while something happens to illustrate the adage “Karma is a bi+ch”. The situation with described gossip monger Jared Paul Stern and the Page Six scandal is a perfect example. Stern is being investigated by the feds for allegedly trying to Continue Reading
[b]Michael Jackson Restructures His Finances[/b] Thursday April 13, 5:01 pm ET MANAMA, Bahrain, April 13 /PRNewswire/ — Michael Jackson is pleased to announce that he has restructured his finances with the assistance of Sony Corporation of America, the long time co-owner of Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC. Following negotiations with several Continue Reading
[b]Gossip Writer Probed in Extortion Plot[/b] By Associated Press NEW YORK — A gossip writer for the New York Post has been suspended pending the outcome of a federal investigation into whether he tried to extort money from billionaire financier Ron Burkle, the newspaper said Thursday. Jared Paul Stern, who worked as a freelancer for the newspaper’s Page Six column, is suspected of demanding $100,000 and an annual $10,000 stipend from Burkle in exchange for not writing negative stories about him, the Post said in a story on its Web site. Stern sometimes worked two days a week at the Post, its editor-in-chief, Col Allen, said in a statement. “Should the allegations prove true, Mr. Stern’s conduct would be morally and journalistically reprehensible, a gross abuse of privilege, and in violation of the New York Post’s standards and ethics,” Allen said in the statement. A spokeswoman for the Post, part of News Corp., declined to elaborate on the newspaper’s report. FBI spokeswoman Christine Monaco declined to comment.
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[b]Latest dreams posted by community members in the DREAMS forum:[/b] Can someone interpret my dreams? -Annique Dream about God/an angel -whisper Dreams about dead people and your childhood -danaluvsmj dream i speak in english..lol.. -minnie yu My recurring “running late” dreams -Caroline
Essence of Love Radio Show #10 will air April 5 2006. Topics Neverland Closed? DJ Whoo Kid meets Michael Jackson Fan Interview: Blame it on the Boogie Show length: 30 min (approx) Scheduled Air times April 5 2006: 2:00PM ET / 1:00PM CT; and 10:00PM ET / 9:00PM CT Continue Reading
Will Michael Jackson’s Katrina charity single be released April 25? Read all the latest as yet unverified information at the community: :nav http://community.mjeol.com/showthread.php?t=7251
Oh, So NOW You Miss Michael Jackson? What the $@#%? MB#305 APRIL 1 2006 Michael Jackson has hopefully cleaned house by temporarily closing his California home to everybody-and-their-mama. What does this mean to those who had previously called for its closure, and who are now opining both about its and Jacksons importance? This has became an issue with me after talking to certain people over the course of months about Jackson-related issues like the Hurricane Katrina single and the decision to close Neverland. It has come to my attention that whether they admit it to themselves or not, they miss Michael Jackson; a position made clearer to me after Jackson announced that he was closing Neverland Ranch.