Michael Jackson Conspiracy

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Michael Jackson Conspiracy

Michael Jackson Conspiracy

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Thank God for people like Ms Jones who wanted to do the right thing and spread the word that MJ was/in innocent. They had built a highly profitable industry around the superstar's "freaky life" and banked on his conviction. She discredits, demeans and demoralizes Bashir in her book the same way he did those things about Michael Jackson in his documentary. When the testimony and facts are taken into consideration it becomes glaringly obvious that Michael Jackson was an innocent man who was taken advantage of on numerous occasions.

And the prosecutors went all out trying to put words in the defense witnesses' mouths that they've been molested by MJ. The Arvizos sought him out and because of Jackson's good heart, he helped them in any way possible, including helping out with Gavin's cancer treatments.However, since Jones sets out to paint a factual picture of the full trial for readers - writing from the perspective of one of the hundreds of journalists assigned to cover the five month trial - she was relegated to self-publication, because heaven forbid there be an accurate and thorough book related to Michael Jackson on the market! He opened up Neverland to charity groups, schools around the area, the disadvantaged, bed-ridden, disabled and dying. But many people were probably brainwashed by the very biased mainstream media into thinking otherwise. It proves completely without a doubt that Michael was always an innocent man, who has just been very vulnerable to people like the Arvizos, trying to extort him of his money.

It gives a lot of information about all of the characters (including the lawyers and prosecutors) involved. Just as Ms Jones described, MJ in my eyes, was "royalty", was amazing, almost "had an aura" around him. I read this book because I wanted to get a "pro-Jackson" view of this whole sordid mess after watching the heavily swayed "anti-Jackson" HBO documentary. I've been on a binge of MJ books this summer, and Conspiracy is a must read in the vast, often polluted ocean of MJ related books.Janet's hair was shorter, her face was wider, and she dressed like a little girl, wearing a pink sweatshirt and donning hairpins with cheap, sparkly stars.

But since none of the "many people" are mentioned or quoted, it feels more like the author was just injecting her own opinion about the proceedings into the narrative and hiding behind "many people" to make it look like a majority of the people in the courtroom had the beliefs she's sharing. But, digs aside, this was an informative, easily-gobbled read for any Jackson enthusiast or person with lingering curiosity about the case. I was touched by the reported testimonies of many "Big Names" who jumped to MJ's defense, telling the jury that the Arvizo's were gold diggers looking to have Michael foot the bill and even they thought something wasn't right with this family. The most sensationalist of this book is the title, which refers to the negative media treatment of Michael Jackson during the Arvizo trial. I was able to listen an audio transcript of the whole trial for few months and then I decided to listen Mrs Jones book.

If you're at all curious about what exactly went on in that courtroom (not to mention how irresponsibly it was reported on), look no further, because I doubt a more thorough record exists apart from the court transcripts themselves. I think this book is important for people that they didn’t have a chance to read or listen the transcript or attend inside the court room and their knowledge is based on the unfair/untrue media coverage. There are other ways she could have "gotten back" at MJ and indeed, she did seem remorseful on the stand, according to this book. In a world where too many things seem as if they want us to grow up too fast, it is often nice to just sit back and take in that childhood innocence; whether it be climbing a tree, riding a ferris wheel or even opening up ones house to young children.



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