Steve Harvey’s radio show No. 1 among urban stations March 19, 2007 BY LARRY McSHANE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK — Steve Harvey arrived 18 months ago in the kingdom of the radio shock jocks, where the royalty included Howard Stern, Don Imus and Opie and Anthony. The “King of Comedy” surveyed the raunchy landscape and launched his morning drive-time show with some trepidation. “I was concerned about it,” Harvey said recently after finishing his four-hour weekday show at WBLS-FM. “But I am who I am. I can’t stop being who I am. I’m not a mean-spirited guy.”
Michael Jackson’s accuser now sues dad for life threatening physical abuse
Posted on Wednesday, September 06, 2006 (EST)
REPOSTED on Friday, March 23, 2007 (EST) New York, Sept 6: The boy who got a 20 million dollar settlement from Michael Jackson after accusing the pop star of sexual molestation in 1993 is now battling his own father in court over charges of life-threatening physical abuse.
In case you missed it, Attorney Thomas Mesereau ripped Nancy (dis)Grace a new one when he commented on her rather atrocious coverage of the 2005 Michael Jackson trial. Mesereau called Grace’s coverage “buffoonery”. No arguments here. He also called her analysis “sub-moronic”. Again, no arguments here. Grace was one of many hosts of various shows which relied heavily on…
Mesereau Tears Grace a New One over Jackson Trial Coverage (CBS | MJEOL) As Michael Jackson tries to repair his image after an arduous trial for child molestation charges which resulted in a not guilty verdict, TV legal analyst Nancy Grace isn’t backing down from her belief that he is guilty. “Frankly, when it comes to Mr. Jackson, I believe I was right,” she told Thalia Assuras in an interview for Sunday Morning. “And if you take a look at the jury who is now writing a book about how guilty Mr. Jackson is, they agree with me, although they didn’t have the guts to say it in verdict form.”
But Jackson’s lawyer Tom Mesereau said Grace put Jackson on trial in the court of public opinion by presuming his guilt from her seat behind an anchor desk.
Attorney Thomas Mesereau’s comments about cameras in the courtroom were carried recently in an MSNBC article about the ongoing Phil Specter case. Here’s what he said: