Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, July 01, 2004

The Ghosts of The Past

It seems that the ghosts of the past are haunting the upcoming trial of Michael Jackson.

There are reports circulating, that current and former employees of Michael Jackson are afraid to come forward and testify at Michael Jackson's trial; as a result of the treatment meted out to those employees, who came forward in relation to the 1993 allegations.

It seems that 5 employees, who worked with the authorities, were dismissed by Jackson after the 1993 allegations. They took their case to court, and claimed wrongful dismissal.

In the case they noted that there was a culture of fear in Neverland, and that the atmosphere was more akin to a cult.

They further alleged that Michael Jackson's private security service (the OSS), bugged phones and threatened those that talked to the press.

The employees, who brought the claim for wrongful dismissal, lost their case; the jury felt that they were trying to extort money. However, reports in the media are speculating about the effect that this has had on those who may have information pertinent to the current allegations against Michael Jackson.

No comments:

Post a Comment