Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Secret Cameras

Arvel Jett Reeves, owner of an airplane maintenance service Executive Aviation, was sentenced yesterday to eight months in jail for hiding cameras in a jet used by Michael Jackson in 2003.

It was his intention to sell the tapes.

Reeves pleaded guilty in March to bugging Jackson's jet, as he flew toward his arrest on child molestation charges.

Jeffrey Borer, who owns the XtraJet charter company and who was also indicted, will be sentenced on October 4th.

Borer's role was to charter the aircraft for Jackson, and to contact various media companies to try to sell the recordings.

There are some really shitty people in this world.

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