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#1001  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 04:03

Jury: Concert Promoter Was Not Liable In Michael Jackson Death / Присяжные: концертный промоутер не несет ответственность за смерть Майкла Джексона

A Los Angeles jury has found concert promoter AEG Live was not negligent in the death of pop superstar Michael Jackson, who died of a sedative overdose four years ago.

Jackson's mother had sought $1.5 billion in damages — a figure AEG's attorney called "ridiculous" last week.

Reuters reports the jury ruled unanimously. The 12-person panel in the wrongful death lawsuit was made up of six men and six women, but only nine jurors were needed to decide the case.

The verdict ends a trial that lasted five months, with Jackson's mother and siblings accusing the concert promoter of negligence in hiring and supervising Dr. Conrad Murray. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter by a jury in 2011 for giving the pop star the sedative propofol, the drug blamed for his death.

Jurors deliberated for parts of two days last week before deciding to take a long weekend. On the eve of the verdict, here's how The Los Angeles Times summed up the dilemma the jury faced:

"What the case may come down to is whether jurors think that Jackson is to blame for his own demise by insisting on hiring the doctor who killed him, or that AEG Live executives were such poor witnesses that nothing they said can be believed."

Jackson died in June of 2009, less than a month before his blockbuster This Is It tour was scheduled to begin. AEG Live was the promoter of the tour's 50 concerts, which were billed as Jackson's first major tour since 1997. Two AEG executives were dismissed from the lawsuit last month after Judge Yvette M. Palazuelos ruled that the plaintiffs had not proven they were liable.

Jackson's mother, Katherine, argued that AEG Live erred in hiring Murray and failed to intervene on her son's behalf. The concert promoter maintained that it did not want to hire Murray, and that he was involved only at the singer's insistence. The company also said it didn't hire Murray, but had planned to advance the money for his $150,000 monthly salary to Jackson.

Some of the most potentially damaging material presented at the trial was a batch of emails between AEG executives that seemed to undermine their claims that they had little to do with Murray.

In his closing arguments last Tuesday, Jackson attorney Brian Panish reminded the jury of an email presented during the trial that was sent by AEG co-CEO Paul Gongaware. Panish said the message proves the company, which faced the possibility of steep financial losses, pressured Murray to ensure Jackson could perform on stage.

Here's how that email read, in response to concerns that the doctor had held Jackson out of a rehearsal less than two weeks before his death:

"We want to remind (Murray) that it is AEG, not MJ, who is paying his salary. We want to remind him what is expected of him."

In a taped deposition, Gongaware said he couldn't recall writing the email.

In closing arguments for AEG, attorney Marvin Putnam said that Jackson was "responsible for his own choices — no matter how bad those choices might ultimately prove to be."

"It was Mr. Jackson, not AEG Live, that chose Dr. Conrad Murray," Putnam told the jury.

He also played a video for the jurors, showing rehearsals for the This Is It tour that were filmed on June 23, two days before Jackson's death. Saying that the video showed Jackson in good form, Putnam recommended that the jury request to see the full film — something they did on Friday, before adjourning for the weekend.

The jury also asked to see AEG Live's contract for Murray's work, the AP reports.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1002  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 04:21

Interview With Attorney Tom Mesereau

Beth Karas interviews Tom Mesereau, the former defense lawyer for Michael Jackson, regarding the Katherine Jackson v. AEG Live LLC trial.



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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1003  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 04:26

Jury Rejects Case Linking Company to Jackson Death

(LOS ANGELES) — A jury cleared a concert promoter of negligence on Wednesday in a case that attempted to link the death of Michael Jackson to the company that promoted his ill-fated comeback shows.

The panel rejected a lawsuit brought by Jackson’s mother claiming AEG Live was negligent in hiring Conrad Murray, the doctor who killed Jackson with an overdose of a hospital anesthetic the singer used as a sleep aid.

The five-month trial provided the closest look yet at Jackson’s drug use and his battles against chronic pain and insomnia.

It also took jurors behind the scenes in the rough-and-tumble world of negotiations with one of the world’s most famous entertainers looking to solidify his legendary status after scandal interrupted his career.

With its verdict, the jury also delivered a somewhat surprising message: Jurors did not believe Murray was unfit or incompetent to perform his duties involving Jackson.

“That doesn’t mean we felt he was ethical,” jury foreman Gregg Barden said after the verdict was read.

He said the panel knew many people would not agree with the verdict but explained that the jury followed the language of the verdict form and instructions.

The ruling on the competence of Murray ended any further consideration of possible damages and who was at fault for the death. AEG Live lawyers suggested throughout the trial that Jackson was the only one to blame for his death.

“AEG didn’t do anything wrong and would not allow themselves to be shaken down,” lead defense attorney Marvin S. Putnam said.

After the hearing, juror Bryant Carino of Los Angeles was asked who was to blame for Jackson’s death.

“I don’t want to say whose fault it is,” the 36-year-old Carino responded. “I’m not one to point fingers.”

Katherine Jackson told reporters she was OK after the verdict.

A victory could have meant hundreds of millions of dollars in damages for her and the singer’s three children and provided a rebuke of AEG Live, the nation’s second-largest concert promoter.

Kevin Boyle, an attorney for Katherine Jackson, said he was disappointed with the verdict.

“We, of course, are not happy with the result as it stands now,” Boyle said. “We will be exploring all options legally and factually and make a decision about anything at a later time.”

He added: “We think that what we’ve done with this case is prove some things that are important for the Jackson family and for the concert industry and the sports industry with regards to treatment by doctors.”

Boyle declined to answer further questions.

Murray was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter after giving Jackson the overdose as he prepared for the comeback shows dubbed “This Is It.” Witnesses at the trial said Jackson saw the concerts as a chance for personal redemption after being acquitted of child molestation.

But as the opening date of the shows approached, associates testified that he had bouts of insecurity and agonized over his inability to sleep. They said he turned to the drug propofol and found Murray, who was willing to buy it in bulk and administer it to him on a nightly basis even though it is not meant to be used outside operating rooms.

Testimony at the civil trial showed that only Jackson and Murray knew he was taking the drug.

In his closing argument, AEG Live attorney Putnam told jurors the company would have pulled the plug on the shows if executives knew Jackson was using the anesthetic.

“AEG would have never agreed to finance this tour if they knew Mr. Jackson was playing Russian roulette in his bedroom every night,” Putnam said.

Brian Panish, a lawyer for the Jackson family, countered that AEG Live was negligent by not looking far enough to find out what it needed to know about Murray. He claimed in his closing argument that the lure of riches turned the company and Murray into mercenaries who sacrificed the pop star’s life in a quest to boost their own fortunes.

He said Murray’s $150,000-a-month contract to care for Jackson was a lifeline to help him climb out of his financial troubles, which included $500,000 in debt. AEG Live, meanwhile, had only one interest — launching a world tour for the King of Pop that would yield untold millions in profits, the lawyer said.

AEG Live’s lawyers framed the case as being about personal choice, saying Jackson made bad choices about the drug that killed him and the doctor who provided it. They said he was the architect of his own demise and no one else can be blamed.

Putnam said Jackson insisted on hiring the cardiologist, despite objections from AEG Live.

“It was his money and he certainly wasn’t going to take no for an answer,” the lawyer said.

Jurors heard testimony from more than 50 witnesses, including Jackson’s mother and his eldest son, Prince, as well as days of testimony from AEG executives who were repeatedly asked about emails in which they discussed Jackson’s missed rehearsals and described Murray’s pay as a done deal.

They also heard about Jackson’s close relationship to many of his doctors, including Murray, who he first met in Las Vegas in 2007.

Katherine Jackson called the case a search for the truth about the death of her son and the trial featured potentially embarrassing revelations for both sides. AEG’s executives had their emails picked apart, revealing concerns that Jackson wouldn’t be able to perform the shows as planned, that a lawyer at their parent company referred to Michael Jackson as “the freak,” and that Jackson was derided even though the company had invested more than $30 million in his shows.

Jackson’s greatest hits were in heavy rotation throughout the trial, with jurors watching footage of him moonwalking across stages and playing to packed arenas around the globe, with some fans so overcome with emotion that some had to be carried out on stretchers. A world few saw was also on display, with private videos of Christmas mornings Jackson spent with his children and stories about his devotion to them being recounted throughout the trial.

AEG Live, meanwhile, laid out Jackson’s medical history, presenting testimony about his use of drugs, including the powerful painkiller Demerol, for pain stemming from an accident that occurred decades ago while he was filming a Pepsi commercial. Jackson had no trace of that drug in his system when he died.

The lawyers called witnesses who recounted Jackson’s use of propofol dating back to the 1990s. In 1997, two German doctors administered the anesthetic to help the singer sleep between shows in Munich.

Jackson’s mother and his three children are supported by his estate, which provides a comfortable lifestyle for them and erased hundreds of millions of dollars in debts by debuting new projects and releasing new music featuring the King of Pop.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1004  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 06:29

Katherine Jackson reportedly 'devastated' by verdict in son's wrongful death case, was counting on cash

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After five months of testimony in the wrongful death suit filed by Michael Jackson's family against concert promoters AEG, a jury concluded Wednesday that while the company hired Dr. Conrad Murray to tend to Jackson's medical needs, he was not unfit or incompetent to treat the star.

So Jackson family matriarch Katherine – as well as the late entertainer’s three children – lose out big time.

“They were counting on at least $2 billion, so there's no question that those who wanted this suit are devastated,” a source closely connected to the Jackson family told FOX411. “Katherine wanted the money because the Jacksons don't have what people think they do. She gets money from the estate as does Prince, Paris, and Blanket, but once Katherine dies, she has nothing to leave her children, Jermaine, Jackie, etc… There is now going to be a lot of in-house fighting.”

According to our source, the decision also indicates that perhaps Conrad Murray wasn't exactly the monster he was painted to be.

“He wasn't unfit, the jury said, or incompetent. He simply caved to his famous patient's demands,” said the insider.“He shouldn't be in prison, he should have been dealt with by the medical board and civilly.”

Murray is currently behind bars after being found guilty of “involuntary manslaughter” in the June 2009 death of the King of Pop after injecting him with a lethal dose of sleeping anesthetic Propofol. Although sentenced to four years in prison in 2011, reports suggest he could be released early, perhaps at the end of this month.

Subsequently, the Jacksons filed suit against AEG alleging the company negligently hired and supervised Dr. Murray and pushed Michael way beyond the limits for his "This Is It" tour.

We’re told the verdict is going to take some time to sink in, since the Jackson family was counting on a big pay day.

“They felt that that sentiment would be on their side. They will now say that they just wanted to find the truth, well, the truth that was revealed was that Michael was indeed an addict and because he didn’t get help, he met the fate that he had set out for himself,” the source explained.

However, the family apparently won’t be slapped with mammoth legal bills as the deal they established was a “pay if we win” case, and there is a good chance they may appeal.

“This was not a surprising verdict at all. The jury clearly believed that MJ was responsible for his own demise, and that his family was merely trying to cash in based on public sympathy. The law was clearly not on their side,” observed California trial attorney, David Wohl. “But they can appeal and they most certainly will… Only that process will take years.”

Lawyers for both AEG and the Jackson family did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1005  Сообщение TMJ » 03 окт 2013, 06:32

С промоутеров Майкла Джексона сняли подозрения в убийстве певца

Жюри присяжных вынесло оправдательный вердикт по делу компании-промоутера последних гастролей Майкла Джексона, которую пытались обвинить в причастности к смерти певца.

Иск в суд на компанию AEG Live подала мать короля поп-музыки Кэтрин Джексон. Она хотела, чтобы промоутер нес ответственность за смерть ее сына. Якобы именно AEG Live наняла врача Конрада Мюррея, который и ввел певцу смертельную дозу пропофола. Адвокаты Кэтрин Джексон заявляли, что компания нашла плохого специалиста и даже не удосужилась проверить его квалификацию, и именно это привело к трагедии.

Однако присяжные с доводами истца не согласились, передает Associated Press. После недельного совещания 12 членов большого жюри пришли к выводу, что AEG Live ответственность за смерть Майкла Джексона нести не должна. Соответственно было отклонено и требование семьи Джексон о компенсации в десятки миллионов долларов, которую они хотели получить с компании.

В самой AEG Live напрочь отрицали все обвинения. Компания заявляла, что не нанимала Мюррея, и что врача Майкл Джексон нашел себе самостоятельно.

Процесс Кэтрин Джексон — AEG Live продолжается с апреля 2013 года. На суде давал показания в том числе и 16-летний сын поп-короля Принс Майкл. По словам подростка, отношения между продюсерской компанией и его отцом складывались не лучшим образом. Майкл Джексон расстраивался, получая телефонные звонки от главы АEG Live Рэнди Филиппса, иногда дело доходило до слез. Кроме того, в 2009 году Джексон-старший поделился с сыном своими страхами, заявив, что его «собираются убить». В свою очередь адвокаты ответчиканазвали показания Принса Джексона плодом детских фантазий.

Read more: http://www.ntv.ru/novosti/669277/#ixzz2gcPOCAO8

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1006  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 08:16

KATHERINE JACKSON
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Katherine Jackson has a rather tortured analysis of the jury verdict -- she seems to be saying even if she didn't get any money, she still kinda won.

Katherine says, "We have said from the beginning that this case was a search for the truth.  We found the truth.  AEG hired Dr. Conrad Murray, the man who is in jail for killing Michael Jackson."

She's right to this extent ... the jury did say AEG Live hired Murray.  In fact Katherine scoffs at AEG, saying, "AEG has denied for years, and continues to deny, that they hired Dr. Conrad Murray.  The jury found unanimously that AEG hired Dr. Murray."  

But then the jury delivered a knockout punch to the Jackson lawsuit, by deciding essentially that when AEG Live hired Murray, they had no reason to believe he was an incompetent general practitioner ... which was the whole point of bringing a doctor on board in the first place.  Therefore, AEG was not negligent.

Katherine is pissed, saying, "AEG has repeated the mantra that this lawsuit was a shakedown.  Such a statement is a slap in the face of the entire judicial system that allowed this case to go to a jury."  

Katherine and her lawyer, Perry Sanders, say "All options regarding the balance of the jury verdict (the ruling there was no negligence) are being considered."

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1007  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 08:20

Jury Awards Jackson Family Nothing in Wrongful Death Lawsuit  

After five months of testimony in the Michael Jackson wrongful death trial, a jury found Wednesday that AEG Live was not responsible for the singer’s death.

The verdict stated that Dr. Conrad Murray, who administered the fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol that killed the singer in 2009, had been hired by AEG Live but that the doctor was not unfit or incompetent to perform the work for which he was hired.

The findings, reached by the 12-person Los Angeles Superior Court jury on its third full day of deliberations, mean that AEG is not liable for damages in Jackson’s death.

The Jackson family will not get any of the $290 million in personal damages its lawyers had asked for, nor the more than $1 billion in economic damages attorneys had claimed.

The verdict was a vindication for AEG Live, which had never considered settling, the company’s attorney told news media outside the courthouse.

“AEG Live didn’t do something wrong here and they weren’t going to allow themselves to be shaken down,” said Marvin Putnam, lead trial counsel for AEG.

In a statement, Putnam said Jackson’s death “was a terrible tragedy, (but) was not a tragedy of AEG Live’s making.”

Attorneys for the Jackson family said they were considering their options.

Jackson’s mother, Katherine Jackson, and his three children sued AEG in 2010, claiming the entertainment firm was negligent in its hiring of Murray, who was convicted in 2011 of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death and is expected to be released from prison later this month.

Michael Jackson was preparing for his “This Is It” comeback tour when he died at the age of 50.

Dozens of witnesses testified in the civil case against AEG, often describing in detail Jackson’s life, including drug abuse.

The jury was tasked with determining who was responsible for hiring Murray – AEG Live LLC or Michael Jackson himself.

Jurors were handed the case on the afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 26. Judge Yvette Palazuelos had told jurors that the verdict need not be unanimous, only 9 to 3.

After being asked to find if AEG had hired Murray, the jury was faced with a series of questions leading to a potential determination about the amount of damages AEG could have been required to pay.

Special Verdict Form: Jury Questionnaire (PDF) http://tribktla.files.wordpress.com/201 ... stions.pdf

However, because the jury answered “no” to the second question — finding that  Murray was not unfit or incompetent — jurors were not required to weigh other questions about AEG’s alleged negligence or about the amount of damages.

An attorney for the Jackson family had told the jury that the children — Michael Joseph Jackson Jr., Paris-Michael Katherine Jackson and Prince Michael Jackson II — should each get $85 million and Katherine Jackson should receive $35 million.

And an expert who testified for the family said the singer would have earned as much as $1.5 billion had he lived, an amount AEG’s attorney called “absurd.” AEG could have been required some or all of that amount in economic damages, had the company been found liable.

Jurors spoke with media outside the courthouse afterward, seeking to explain the verdict. One man, who identified himself as Greg, juror No. 6, said the jury focused closely on the language of the question about Murray’s competence.

The question asked jurors if Murray was “unfit or incompetent to perform the work for which he was hired.”

“We felt he was competent to do the job of being a general practitioner,” Greg said. “That doesn’t mean we felt he was ethical. Maybe had the word ‘ethical’ been in the question, it could have been a different outcome.”

“I don’t see this as a vindication of Dr. Murray,” he added.

Michael Jackson fans outside the courthouse were stunned, some saying they strongly believed Murray was incompetent and that the jurors must have been confused.

Murray’s own attorney said the verdict was positive in part for her client, who is appealing his conviction.

“It’s a vindication in the sense that he’s been found by a jury to be competent,” lawyer Valerie Wass said. “Unfortunately it doesn’t impact the fact that he has a felony conviction.”

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1008  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 03 окт 2013, 08:27

Michael Jackson verdict doesn't vindicate Conrad Murray, jury says

The jury in the Michael Jackson case found that Dr. Conrad Murray was competent to serve as the pop star's physician, but they said after the verdict that they don't believe that vindicates him in the death.

"There are really no winners in this," jury foreman Gregg Barden said. "Somebody had to die for us to be here.… It was really a tragic situation."

Valerie Wass, Murray's appellate attorney, said the verdict wouldn't help the physician's appeal of his involuntary manslaughter conviction, but it may help "in the court of public opinion."
"Hopefully, it will vindicate him in a small way," she said.

Murray, who is at the Men's Central Jail, is due to be released in 26 days, she said.

But when told of Wass' comment, Barden criticized Murray's treatment of Jackson.

"We felt he was competent," Barden said. "That doesn’t mean we felt he was ethical. If ethical was in the question, it might have been a different outcome. In the end, he was very unethical. He did something he shouldn’t have done. "

He added later: "I don’t see this as a vindication of Dr. Murray. I would not hire him as my doctor."

The family’s attorney painted a picture of a cold, calculating entertainment enterprise that failed to notice that Murray was financially desperate and then pushed the physician to get Jackson ready to tour even though the singer was in frail health and was crippled by fear.

"They're going to kill me, they're going to kill me,'" Jackson’s eldest son, Prince, testified, recalling the singer's words in one his final conversations with his father.

AEG tried turning the tables during the trial, all but putting Michael Jackson on trial. AEG said Jackson was the one who brought aboard Murray and that the singer was a fully-formed drug user who had demanded anesthetics as a sleep aid during earlier tours. AEG said it was Jackson who planted the seeds of his demise.

AEG released a statement expressing vindication.

“We lost one of the world’s greatest musical geniuses, but I am relieved and deeply grateful that the jury recognized that neither I, nor anyone else at AEG Live, played any part in Michael’s tragic death,” said Randy Phillips, an AEG executive who was named in the lawsuit.

“The jury’s decision completely vindicates AEG Live, confirming what we have known from the start — that although Michael Jackson’s death was a terrible tragedy, it was not a tragedy of AEG Live’s making,” said AEG's lead attorney Marvin Putnam.

Juror Calvin Smith said he didn’t believe AEG could have done anything about Jackson’s problems.

“If AEG had known what was going on behind closed doors, it would probably have made a difference, but they didn’t," Smith said.

"Michael Jackson was pretty used to getting his own way, he was a big star. He had all these doctors who wanted to be his doctors. And he could pretty much get what he wanted. If anybody said no, well they were out of the mix, and he’d find somebody else. … How could AEG have done anything about it when they were kept in the dark?”

Katherine Jackson left the courthouse without speaking to reporters. Her attorney, Kevin Boyle, said they were "not happy" with the verdict and plan to "explore all options."

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1009  Сообщение ЛенаДжексон » 03 окт 2013, 08:55

Просто не могу поверить в такую несправедливость. Совершенно не ожидала такого исхода и была уверена в обратном.
Сказать, что я расстроена, это ровным счетом не сказать ничего.... icon_crying icon_crying
Бедная миссис Кэтрин и дети...представляю, что они сейчас чувствуют.... :(
Хочется даже кричать от этой боли и несправедливости....
А если подумать о том, как переживает Майкл, то просто выть.... icon_missu
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#1010  Сообщение tamaraki » 03 окт 2013, 10:06

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1. AEG нанял доктора Мюррея: ДА
2. Доктор Мюррей непригоден для выполнения работы: НЕТ
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AEG НЕ ОТВЕТСТВЕНЕН

По факту получается, присяжные наплевали на приговор Мюррея, где он виновен! icon_mad
видимо для отмазки АЕГ этот пункт нужно было исправить. icon_shooting icon_chopping

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