Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, April 27, 2007

Another Trial

Michael Jackson faces another trial, set for June, this time concerning money that he allegedly owes Darien Dash.

Dash claims that Jackson owes his company, Prescient Acquisition Group of Hackensack, $48M for refinancing a $272M bank loan and arranging $537M so that Jackson could buy out Sony's half interest in The Beatles' catalogue of songs in 2004 (during the child molestation trial).

Dash's attorney, Steven Altman, is quoted as saying:

"Many business people were unwilling to risk public association with a man who was then widely viewed as the world's most notorious paedophile."

Jackson's lawyer says:

"Michael is not going to be hijacked by the threat of fraudulent claims."

The trial is set to start on June 18th.

Monday, April 23, 2007

The Big Kid

Mark Ronson, the music producer, has likened Michael Jackson unto an 11 year old child.

Ronson first met Jackson when Ronson was a child guest at a socialite party.

Ronson says:

"I guess he did some bad things but never to me. He was a bit funny, running around and giggling like an 11-year-old boy.

He was never able to have any kind of childhood himself. Because of that he's ended up in a bit of a state