Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, February 03, 2006


It is rumoured that Michael Jackson may perfomr a duet with the Irish band, Westlife.

Westlife are planning on recording a number of duets with big stars throughout 2006 including; Lionel Richie and Julio Iglesias, they are hoping that Jackson will feature on their new album.

They gave a press conference at Ireland's Meteor Awards, where won the award for Best Irish Pop Act for the sixth time, where they said:

"The idea to do a single with Michael Jackson came from Louis Walsh who met up with an agent about three months ago in Germany.

It would be this cool thing to do; we are all big fans of Michael Jackson.

Westlife have previously duetted with Diana Ross and Mariah Carey.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Banquo's Ghost

Much like Banquo's ghost haunted Macbeth, Michael Jackson's alleged anti-Semitic remarks from the past may be coming back to haunt him in his present day child custody battle.

That at any rate is the fear of his lawyer, Michael Abrams, who is handling Jackson's battle with ex wife Debbie Rowe over the rights to custody of Paris, Michael and Prince (allegedly their genetic children).

It is reported that Abrams, wrote in secret court papers that Jackson's past alleged anti-Semitic comments may work against him in his fight.

Abrams, in previous court documents said:

"Judge Lachs is Jewish, as am I. He has made me aware of this in the past and I understand Judge Lachs' concern about anti-Semitism."

Debbie Rowe is also Jewish.

Jackson may have some difficulty denying anti-Semitism, as in his song "They Don't Care About Us" he says:

"Jew me, sue me, everybody do me, kick me, kike me."

Not too bright!

Monday, January 30, 2006

Jackson in Hamburg

Michael Jackson made a weekend visit to the German port of Hamburg, reportedly staying with a friend.

He made bold effort to go out on Saturday night, but this was thwarted by the large numbers of fans and others hanging around the outside of the house.

Jackson was staying at the home of a 23 year old man and his sister and parents. Jackson first met the man in 1995, on a German TV show, when the man was twelve.

Jackson was photographed placing a piece of paper up to window of the house, which read:

"I'm proud to be back in Hamburg. You make me so happy. I love you. Michael."

Prince and Paris accompanied Jackson on the trip.