Is Fox News Intentionally not showing Jones interview? – MiniB#47

Is Fox News Intentionally not showing Aphrodite Jones's interview? – MiniB#47

JUNE 28 2007 – Author Aphrodite Jones has written an eyeopening book into the media's general lack of accurate, balanced reporting during the Michael Jackson trial.

A large part of the work also deals with facts about the actual trial which were either overlooked or purposely ignored during the media coverage. Earlier it was announced that Jones would be interviewed by Bill O'Reilly on June 21 2007. Though the interview for that blowhard's show was taped on June 21, it has yet to air.

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Dispute over Jackson family memorabilia continues in Las Vegas

Dispute over Jackson family memorabilia continues in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS (AP) – A battle over ownership of Michael Jackson memorabilia is headed back to a Nevada courtroom, where the King of Pop is seeking the return of items withheld from an auction of family items, court documents show. Jackson’s sister, singer Janet Jackson, also is seeking the return of items held back during a May 30-31 memorabilia auction at the Hard Rock hotel-casino in Las Vegas.

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Jimmy Jam Weighs in on Michael Jackson Comeback

Jimmy Jam Weighs in on Michael Jackson Comeback Michael Jackson has reportedly been hard at work on a brand new album between travels to Dubai, Las Vegas, and spots in Europe. Fans and industry insiders are wondering whether Jackson’s new material will prove to be the kind of sales blockbuster he’s had in the past, like historic multi-platinum releases Off The Wall and Bad. Producer Jimmy “Jam” Harris, who with partner Terry Lewis worked on all but two of Janet Jackson’s albums, also produced “Scream,” Janet’s 1995 duet with Michael.

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Jackson Happy with Lawsuit Settlement

Michael Jackson ‘grateful’ lawsuit settled on verge of NYC trial Larry Neumeister, Canadian Press | Tuesday, June 19, 2007 NEW YORK (AP) – Michael Jackson is grateful his lawyers settled a lawsuit brought by a finance company that claimed the “Beat It” singer cheated it out of US$48 million. The lawsuit by Prescient Acquisition, of Hackensack, New Jersey, was settled Monday, just as jury selection was to begin in U.S. District Court in Manhattan. Terms of the settlement were not released. Jackson lawyer L. Londell McMillan said he delivered news of the settlement to the King of Pop, who told him, “I’m very grateful that this is behind me.”

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Precient Settles Suit with Jackson – MiniBullet #46

Precient Settles Suit with Jackson – MiniB#46

June 18 2007 – Precient Acquisition Group has decided not to face singer Michael Jackson in court concerning claims it allegedly was owed upwards of $48 million.

Precient, owned by Darrien Dash, claimed the company helped Jackson secure a commitment of $537.5 million which supposedly enabled him to pay off a debt with Bank of America. Jackson says he never heard of Dash and certainly didn't remember signing documents agreeing to pay his company $50 million for anything.

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The Day the Media and Other Vultures Lost Millions of Dollars – MB #323

The Day the Media and Other Vultures Lost Millions of Dollars – MB #323

JUNE 13 2007 – Where were you two years ago today? If you don’t really remember, you were not paying any attention to the news at the time.

Two years ago, a conservative, non-black jury in Santa Maria California effectively snatched hundreds of millions – if not a billion – dollars from the collective media by following the evidence, instead of public opinion. Everything, including the kitchen sink, was thrown into the trial of 2005 in an attempt to convict Jackson of a crime which never took place.

rosecutors wanted the jury to convict based on drawing conclusions from speculation, whereas the defense wanted the jury to acquit based on irrefutable evidence. When the jurors couldn’t bring themselves to throw Jackson under the bus by ignoring the evidence in favor of public opinion and their own financial gain, many members of the media were dumbfounded.

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Jackson Tops PopScores Chart? – MiniBullet #45

June 13 2007 – Michael Jackson tops the PopScores chart for the highest percentage of people who would buy his new material. However, the information is being reported by the The Sun, a UK tabloid that has already had to apologize for running a false story about Jackson getting paid $10 million to attend the birthday party of Prince Azim (the son of the Sultan of Brunei).

A link to the article from The Sun is found on the Entertainment Media Research website, though. According to the gossip, 82% of his fans would buy his new material, which was the highest score for any of the artists.

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