Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Saturday, July 23, 2005

Jackson Gets His Stuff Back

Judge Rodney Melville has ordered the prosecution team to return all of Michael Jackson's belongings, following his acquittal on child molestation charges last month.

The items include computers, books and adult magazines; and were held following searches of Jackson's Neverland ranch in California.

They must now be returned to Jackson, along with other belongings used as evidence in the trial.

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Jackson Not Going To Berlin

Michael Jackson, contrary to earlier reports that he had not contradicted, will not attend a party in Berlin for his father's 76th birthday.

Neither will Michael's sisters Janet and La Toya, despite saying it was likely they would attend.

The party is being held at the Estrel hotel, in a district of Berlin which is best known for holding shows featuring tribute bands and show business impersonators.

So much for all the guff about the Jackson family rebonding as a result of the trial.

Michael Jackson Faces Contempt of Court

It seems that there is another sexual assault case hanging over the head of Michael Jackson.

Jackson did not show up in court in Louisiana on Wednesday for a hearing on a lawsuit by Joseph Bartucci.

Bartucci claims that Jackson held him against his will, and sexually assaulted him in 1984.

Bartucci claims that when he was 18 he was lured into Jackson's limousine during a trip to the 1984 World's Fair, and sexually assaulted and battered while held against his will for several days.

Bartucci has said his memories of the events were suppressed until two years ago, when the news coverage of the child molestation charges against Jackson rekindled them.

Jackson, or a lawyer, had been ordered to appear before U.S. District Judge Eldon Fallon to discuss who would defend the singer in the lawsuit. However, no one turned up.

Fallon has now set August the 17th for a hearing in which Jackson must show why he should not be held in contempt of court, and a default judgment issued against him.

Jackson's spokesman, Brian Oxman, said that the no-show was the result of "an administrative problem that occurs in a big organisation."


"Michael Jackson has had many such lawsuits and each one has resulted in him being exonerated or the case being dismissed. This is part of the magic and burden of being Michael Jackson."

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Three Day Party

Joe Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson's father, will be celebrating his 76th birthday in style this weekend by holding a three day party in Berlin.

There will be approximately 2,000 guests at the event including, so it is believed, Michael.

Jackson family spokeswoman Angel Howansky said that Michael had invited his fans from all over the world to the party, but was not sure whether he would be there himself.


"Michael has opened the door to fans to say thank you for all the support during his trial...I spoke to him today and he said he was glad the trial was over and that the family could put everything behind them."

The party will be held at the Estrel Hotel in Berlin, with the exception of Michael.

The German media are saying that Michael will be there, along with Janet, LaToya and Jermaine Jackson.

The last time Jackson was in Berlin he unwisely dangled his baby over a hotel balcony.

Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Michael Jackson To Sing In Berlin

Michael Jackson will sing at Joe Jackson's 76th birthday party in Berlin this Friday.

Michael offer to sing, is his way of thanking his father for the support that he gave him during his recent child sex abuse trial.

It seems that the trial has brought the two of them together, after years of estrangement.

Monday, July 18, 2005

Michael Jackson's Quest for Immortality

According to reports Michael Jackson has discussed having his remains cryogenically preserved; so that he might be brought back to life.

Jackson has also allegedly invested millions in DNA research, in the hope of engineering perfect offspring. He has also deposited his own genetic matter in three sperm banks around the world.

A waste of money.

When you're dead, you're dead; it is as simple as that.

Sunday, July 17, 2005

Berlin Party

Michael Jackson will attend a 1000 guest birthday party in Berlin for his father, Joe Jackson.

Jackson will be joined by his sisters Janet and Jermaine for the party which will be held next Friday, to celebrate his father Joe's 76th birthday.

Joe Jackson and his three children will mark the occasion at a Berlin hotel, where he has taken the 250 square metre presidential suite on the 17th floor.