Michael Jackson's Trials

Michael Jackson's Trials


The Ongoing Trials of The Late Michael Jackson

Friday, July 17, 2009

Rowe Sues White

Michael Jackson's ex-wife, Debbie Rowe, has sued Rebecca White over reports claiming she was willing to give up parental rights to her children for money.

Ms Rowe has accused White of defamation, invasion of privacy and infliction of emotional distress in the legal action filed in Los Angeles.

The Jackson legacy will generate income for the legal profession for many years to come.

Thursday, July 16, 2009


LA police are treating Michael Jackson's death as homicide.

The website TMZ alleges that the initial investigation has identified the anesthetic Propofol as the primary cause of his death.


"Law enforcement sources say there is already 'plenty of powerful evidence' linking Dr Conrad Murray as the person who administered the drug to 50-year-old Jackson.

The evidence includes various items found in Jackson's house, including the Propofol, an IV stand and oxygen tank

Dr Murray's lawyer would neither confirm nor deny if Dr Murray administered the Propofol.

Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Memorial Concert

Randy Phillips, CEO of AEG, has suggested that there may be a memorial concert for the late Michael Jackson at the O2 arena on August 29 (Jackson's birthday).

Phillips spoke on BBC6:

"The number one item I'm discussing is presenting This Is It the production, hopefully with the Jacksons and maybe Janet, and other artists."

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Corpse Moved

The as yet unburied corpse of the late Michael Jackson Michael has been moved from Forest Lawn Cemetery, as news of its location leaked out. It is feared that some of the more "over excitable" and ghoulish Jackson fans would try to break in.

Monday, July 13, 2009


The late Michael Jackson's sister, La Toya, is reported to believe that Jackson was murdered for his money.

She allegedly claims that Jackson was "victim" of a "shadowy entourage" who got him hooked on drugs, and wanted to milk him for his money.

Whilst it is highly likely that there were many people around Jackson who had covetous eyes on his money, "murdering" him would surely be killing the golden goose?

It would be in the interests of this "shadowy entourage" to keep him alive as long as possible so that they could continue to "milk" him.