Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Joe Backs Michael's Move

Joe Jackson, the father of Michael Jackson, has backed Michael's move to Bahrain.

Jackson is going to sell Neverland, and make Bahrain his official headquarters.

Joe Jackson is quoted as saying:

"He'll come back to (America to) visit, but not to stay, not to live. They didn't treat him right here. I know if I was him, I wouldn't come back."

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Jesus Juice

It is reported that Bruce Rheins and Dawn Westlake, a Los Angeles couple, are trying trademark "Jesus Juice" wine; the label bears a striking similarity to Michael Jackson being crucified.

They filed the "Jesus Juice" trademark two years ago, when Jackson was arrested on child molestation charges; it was reported that Jackson allegedly gave children wine, which he called "Jesus Juice".

Rheins claims:

"We made a few bottles for friends. We never wanted to sell it. We only trademarked it because we didn't want other people to try to make money off it."

It is suspected that Jackson may have some objections to the logo!

Tuesday, November 08, 2005

The New Jacksons

It is reported that Michael Jackson is teaching his children to sing professionally.

Seemingly Jackson has been taking his children from their new home in Bahrain, to a London recording studio.

The recordings by the "new" Jacksons will probably end up on an album.

Monday, November 07, 2005

Jackson's Single To Be Released This Month

Michael Jackson will release his charity single this month, that is according to his spokeswoman Ramone Bain.

The single is being made for the benefit of the victims of Hurricane Katrina, in conjunction with artists such as R Kelly and Snoop Dogg.

Jackson is adding his contribution, via satellite, from his new home in Bahrain.

Bain is quoted as saying:

"All that remains is for two or three more artists to do their tracks, and Michael will then add his vocals. He is now on the fast track, and we're happy with the progress."