Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, September 23, 2005


Jeffrey Borer, owner of XtraJet charter aircraft services and Arvel Jett Reeves, owner of Executive Aviation Logistics were charged yesterday for trying to tape a private conversation between Michael Jackson and his lawyer in an airplane.

This allegedly happened while Jackson was under investigation for child molestation.

Jackson and his lawyer were going from Las Vegas to Santa Barbara in November 2003, to surrender to the police for the child-molestation accusations.

Borer and Reeves allegedly used digital camcorders and remote microphones to record the private conversation between Jackson and his lawyer.

Borer and Reeves have been charged with conspiracy, endeavouring to intercept oral communication and witness tampering in an alleged scheme between November 19, 2003 and November 21, 2003.

Borer's attorney, Stanley Stone, said:

"There was no audio on the tape, so the conversation was never taped. There were no microphones. There was no wrongdoing."

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

The Stars Don't Come Out

Michael Jackson still has yet to get anyone to confirm that they will appear with him in his charity single, for the victims of Katrina, "From The Bottom of My Heart".

Jackson claims that he is constantly working on the single, which he had announced on September 6th and wanted to contact artists within days and record it in two weeks.

Monday, September 19, 2005

Jackson Speaks

Michael Jackson has given his first interview, since his trial.

He said that the trial was "the hardest thing I have ever done in my life".

He gave his interview in Bahrain, and said that he was "resting and recovering" with his children and "feeling good".

He also said that work was progressing on the charity song for the victims of Hurricane Katrina "From The Bottom of My Heart", quote work was "moving full speed ahead".