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Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

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#121  Сообщение Mermaid » 01 апр 2013, 20:05

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Журналистка делает краткий экскурс в дело, потом обращается к Дайане Даймонд, попутно прорекламировав ее книжку о Майкле " Будь осторожен с теми, кого любишь ", спрашивает ее, правда ли, что этот мультимиллиардовый иск рассматривается в отношении того, кто нанял Мюррея.
Дайна говорит, что да, и хоть в деле и фигурирует много других моментов, но все сведено к этому - Кто нанял Мюррея, кто собирается ему платить, и что не было никогда никакого подписанного соглашения между Мюрреем и нанимателями, что Мюррей работал на Майкла, ожидая получать 150 тысяч долларов в месяц, но так и не получил ни пенни. Вопрошает - Как же вы докажете, без подписанного контракта, кто его нанял, кто ему платил, кто был за него ответственен, он вообще - то был друг Майкла Джексона, доктор - друг, он признал это много лет назад, так как лечил детей Майкла, и это был вообще - то сам Майкл Джексон, кто привел его. Итак, чья ответственность - решать суду.
- Если не было подписанного контракта, какие шансы у Джексонов выиграть дело?
Дэбра говорит, что иск основан на том, что была допущена халатность со стороны AEG, что Мюррей не будет давать показаний, и что, естественно, и Майкл Джексон не будет давать показаний, поэтому она бы основывалась на переписке между AEG и Конрадом, что будет очень важным для суда.
Далее журналистка говорит о том, что у Джексонов есть письмо, в котором AEG сообщают, что они оплачивают доктора, а не Майкл. Текст письма - " Мы хотим напомнить ( Мюррею ), что это AEG, а не MJ платят заработную плату. Мы хотим напомнить, что от него требуется. "
и спрашивает - Может ли это быть явной уликой
Дебра отвечает - Конечно, да, и что присяжные зададут вопрос, почему же это письмо было послано, если AEG не признают, что нанимателями были они.
Далее Даймонд говорит о письме с угрозами, присланном Кенни Ортега, в период когда Майкл не появлялся на репетициях, в котором говорилось - Эй ты, напомни ему, кто оплачивает счета
Но никто не оплачивал его счета, Дайна рассматривает это письмо, как угрозу доктору, чтобы тот предпринял определенные действия, чтобы вытащить Майкла на сцену. И далее говорит о том, что никогда не знаешь, чего ожидать от калифорнийский прияжных, она не раз с ними сталкивалась, когда жила в ЛА.
Далее журналистка предполагает, что суд может превратиться в нечто мерзкое и уродливое, и спрашивает, должны ли дети принимать в этом участие.
Дайна говорит, что да, суд таким и будет, потому что судья постановил, что AEG могут упомянуть о деле с растлением малолетних. Также что судья еще не решила, могут ли обсуждаться его финансы на момент смерти, что у Майкла были огромные долги, когда он умер, что он находился в невероятном напряжении, но было ли это из - за AEG или из - за его личных обстоятельств - это будет решать судья.
Тут Дэбра вставляет, что это ужасно, что детям придется давать показания, и что она надеется, что это все - таки не произойдет, ибо что дети могут знать об отношениях папы, доктора и AEG и о том, кто кого нанял.
Ну и в конце журналистка спрашивает, кто какие прогнозы дает
Дайна - Кэтрин хочет 40 миллиардов долларов, сумма которую заработал бы Майкл и это будет очень тяжело доказать и я не думаю, что она получит эти 40 миллиардов.
Дэбра - Если судья удовлетворит иск и признает правоту Кэтрин, то она получит всю сумму и в данном случае размер этой суммы не имеет никакого значения, она ее получит.

Радует, что госпожа Даймонд не сказала о Майкле ни одного плохого слова. Может, не все так страшно, что ее избрали следить за развитием событий суда, может, она пересмотрела свое отношение к Майклу и перестала верить в то, что он был растлителем?
Очень бы этого хотелось.
А еще я сейчас впоминаю то, что она вроде бы не верит в то, что Майкл умер, и считает все это грандиозной постановкой.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#122  Сообщение Trueamore » 01 апр 2013, 20:16

Замечу,что статья Даймонд написана для одного из самых желтушно-таблоидных таблоидов.

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#123  Сообщение Trueamore » 01 апр 2013, 22:25

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news ... jk.twitter

Michael Jackson's children to tell of dad's final days as they give evidence in court

Michael Jackson ’s daughter will this week talk for the first time about her dad’s last days as she gives evidence in court.

Paris, 14, has agreed to join brother Prince as a key witness in the $40billion lawsuit against Jacko’s concert promoters AEG, who they claim negligently hired his doctor.

Both Prince, 16, and Paris spoke with the pop king as he battled drug issues and his concert bosses before his death on June 25, 2009.

A source close to the family said: “Both heard and saw certain things during Michael’s last few weeks alive. Prince was always going to give evidence, but Paris’s inclusion is something of a shock.

“She was very strong and assured in her depositions with AEG’s lawyers so we decided she should talk too.”

The trial in LA centres on a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the children and their guardian Katherine, who is Jackson’s mother.

Katherine claims AEG negligently hired and supervised the physician convicted of supplying Jackson with a fatal dose of propofol.

AEG claims Dr Conrad Murray was employed by Jackson and it was unaware he was a danger as the star prepared for his comeback This Is It tour.

The family source added: “It has taken four years for the family to tell the world the story about what they feel led to Michael’s death.

“It will be up to a jury to decide whether Michael’s death is down to his promoters. The family claim they have evidence which has never emerged before and it is ­explosive.”

The family said Prince heard key discussions about the tour, Michael’s health and what was expected of Murray.

Murray is serving a four-year jail sentence for ­involuntary manslaughter and refused to give evidence at the trial in Los Angeles as he is appealing.

The Jacksons hope to win $40billion in lost earnings if AEG is found liable in the three-month case.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#124  Сообщение Milena » 02 апр 2013, 07:12

admin писал(а): Все утверждали, что даже одна неверно написанная буква считается ошибкой и документ может быть признан недействительным icon_idontknow

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не утверждаю, просто сужу по тому что эти ошибки не единичны,
они встречаются и в документах других знаменитостей (хьюстон, пресли, присциллы пресли...эт то что я помню)
и как быть с тем что на суде по плагиату кажется на вопрос - назовите ваше полное имя?
Майкл четко отвечает Майкл Джозеф Джексон.
плюсом описки и опечатки в судебных документах, отчетах и прочее. icon_idontknow
Mermaid писал(а):Радует, что госпожа Даймонд не сказала о Майкле ни одного плохого слова. Может, не все так страшно

к сожалению, думаю что она не изменила своё мнение о МД. Судя по ее супер желтой статейке. кстати на заказную похоже. icon_angry
насколько поняла из ее статьи ... она пишет что поскольку Майкл часто был на наркоте то и сам не помнил что творил с теми детишками... и был такооой накрокоман что и семья ничего не могла сделать icon_angry ах, да... и конечно самым главным врагом Майкла Джексона был сам Майкл Джексон. ога. так что при чем здесь милейшие люди из AEG ??

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#125  Сообщение Mermaid » 02 апр 2013, 18:57

Milena писал(а):к сожалению, думаю что она не изменила своё мнение о МД. Судя по ее супер желтой статейке. кстати на заказную похоже. icon_angry
насколько поняла из ее статьи ... она пишет что поскольку Майкл часто был на наркоте то и сам не помнил что творил с теми детишками... и был такооой накрокоман что и семья ничего не могла сделать icon_angry ах, да... и конечно самым главным врагом Майкла Джексона был сам Майкл Джексон. ога. так что при чем здесь милейшие люди из AEG ??

Ох, если так то я извиняюсь за поспешное суждение.
В порядке бреда сейчас мысль в голову пришла - может, ее спонсируют враги Майкла, которые все знают ( или из - за которых ему пришлось пойти на хоукс ) и делают все возможное, чтобы у него все провалилось?

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#126  Сообщение Mermaid » 02 апр 2013, 19:12

Этого у нас, по - моему еще нет. icon_victory

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/04/01/showb ... index.html

AEG Live to put Michael Jackson on trial in own death
By Alan Duke
updated 7:25 PM EDT, Mon April 1, 2013

Los Angeles (CNN) -- Michael Jackson's last concert promoter will defend itself in a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the pop icon's family by arguing that Jackson was responsible for his own demise.

Child molestation accusations against Jackson, for which he was acquitted after a trial, and evidence of his drug addiction will likely be presented by AEG Live's lawyers as they argue that the company had no liability in his death.

Jackson died two weeks before his "This Is It" comeback concerts, organized by AEG Live, were to have debuted in London in the summer of 2009.

"I don't know how you can't look to Mr. Jackson's responsibility there," AEG lawyer Marvin Putnam said. "He was a grown man." Putnam was interviewed for "Michael Jackson: The Final Days," a CNN documentary that will premiere at 10 p.m. Friday.

"Mr. Jackson is a person who was known to doctor shop," Putnam said. "He was known to be someone who would tell one doctor one thing and another doctor something else."
The child molestation trial is relevant because it "resulted in an incredible increase in his drug intake," Putnam said.

Jackson's eccentricities are fair game, AEG Live says

"We're talking about Michael Jackson," Putnam said. "This is a man who would show up in pajamas. This is a man who would stop traffic and get out and dance on top of his car. This is a man who would go to public events with a monkey named Bubbles. This is a man who said he slept in an oxygen chamber."

Lawyers for Jackson's mother, Katherine, and children, Prince, Paris and Blanket, argue that AEG Live is liable because the company hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, who used a surgical anesthetic in a fatal effort to treat the singer's insomnia as he prepared for the comeback concerts. Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and is serving a prison sentence.

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos ruled in February that Jackson lawyers have shown enough evidence to warrant a jury trial on the negligent hiring case. She also ruled there was evidence to support the Jacksons' claim that AEG Live executives could have foreseen that Murray would use dangerous drugs in treating the singer.

The lawsuit seeks a judgment against AEG Live equal to the money Jackson would have earned over the course of his remaining lifetime if he had not died in 2009. If AEG Live is found liable, it could cost the company several billion dollars, according to estimates of Jackson's income potential. AEG Live is a subsidiary of AEG, a global entertainment company that was for sale recently with an $8 billion asking price.

The judge will hear arguments for television cameras in the Los Angeles courtroom just before jury selection starts Tuesday morning. While the Jackson lawyers are expected to support CNN's request to televise the trial, AEG lawyers say they are worried it could create a fan "frenzy" outside the courthouse.

Prince and Paris Jackson to testify about dad's last days

The wrongful death trial, which could last several months, is expected to include testimony from Jackson's mother and his two oldest children, Prince and Paris.
Putnam questioned why their lawyers would call them to testify, suggesting it was "for the emotional response."

"I can't understand why bringing them to the stand has anything to do with whether or not Dr. Conrad Murray was hired by AEG or hired negligently. But perhaps they're bringing them to the stand for different reasons."

He bristled at the allegation, made by the Jackson lawyers in a court filing last month, that he was "behaving aggressively and erratically" in his questioning of Prince Jackson.
"We went out of our way to ensure we did precisely not that," Putnam said. "They may want to try to make the world believe that AEG Live is doing something inappropriate as to these children, but I'd ask the world to pause for a moment and look at what's actually happening here. They're the ones who are bringing this lawsuit and they're the ones who are saying they're going to put these children on the stand, something that I'm relatively certain their father would never, ever want to occur."

Jackson lawyers, he said, "are trying to sensationalize things that never happened" with their allegations about the way Prince was treated, he said. "I think in that scenario they're going to try to whip things up into a frenzy in the hopes that justice will not be served."

The only way AEG Live can lose the case, he said, "would be on an emotional basis outside of the facts."

Murray worked for Michael Jackson, not AEG, lawyer says

The key to AEG Live's defense is its contention that Murray was never an AEG employee but rather was chosen and paid by Michael Jackson for nearly four years until Jackson died.

While Murray has indicated he would invoke his Fifth Amendment right to avoid answering questions, Putnam pointed to the interview the doctor gave to police two days after Jackson's June 25, 2009, death. Murray told detectives it was his understanding that he was Jackson's employee, not AEG Live's, even though the concert promoter would be the party cutting his paychecks.

"He was chosen by Michael Jackson," Putnam said. "He was brought to Los Angeles by Michael Jackson. He had been Michael Jackson's long-time physician and continued in that capacity and was directed by him and could only be fired at will by him."

AEG Live became involved with Murray only after Jackson had persuaded him to join his "tour party" for the "This Is It" concerts, Putnam said. "Then what happens is AEG starts to go back and forth with him and his attorney, Dr. Conrad Murray, with drafts of contracts."

Although Murray began treating Jackson six days a week in May, it was only the night before Jackson's death that Murray signed a contract. AEG executives and Jackson never signed it, Putnam said. The Jackson lawyers will argue the signed contract was not necessary to establish employment.

The unsigned contract and the oral understanding with Murray called for the doctor to be paid $150,000 a month while he served as Jackson's personal physician while he performed 50 shows at London's O2 Arena in the second half of 2009 and into 2010.

AEG's role was like MasterCard, lawyer says

AEG Live's role with Murray was only to "forward" money owed to him by Jackson, just as a patient would use their "MasterCard," Putnam said. "If you go to your doctor and you pay with a credit card, obviously MasterCard in that instance, depending on your credit card, is providing the money to that doctor for services until you pay it back. Now, are you telling them MasterCard in some measure in that instance, did MasterCard hire the doctor or did you? Well, clearly you did. I think the analogy works in this instance."

In fact, Putnam said, he learned during the discovery process that Michael Jackson was paying Murray during the last two months of his life. "He was paying for him during his entire time in Los Angeles and during the time we're talking about, Dr. Conrad Murray was being paid by Michael Jackson," he said. "We know this. We know this because the plaintiffs have said so."

The revelation that Jackson paid Murray during that period has not been reported. Jackson lawyers declined to comment, citing ethical limitations to their ability to talk to the media about the case.

E-mails reveal AEG's involvement, Jacksons say

A cornerstone of the Jacksons' case is an e-mail AEG Live Co-CEO Paul Gongaware wrote 11 days before Jackson's death. The e-mail to show director Kenny Ortega addressed concerns that Murray had kept Jackson from a rehearsal the day before: "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."

Jackson lawyers argue the e-mail is evidence that AEG Live used Murray's fear of losing his lucrative job as Jackson's personal physician to pressure him to have Jackson ready for rehearsals despite his fragile health.

The AEG Live lawyers say the Jackson lawyers have "taken it completely out of context." Gongaware and the others were only concerned with making sure Murray had all the help he needed, such as perhaps a physical therapist or a nutritionist for his patient, Putnam said.

"Not only was there no such pressure, there couldn't be in a professional relationship," Putnam said in his CNN interview. "To say that that was the case would say that a doctor in some measure was not abiding by his Hippocratic Oath. If there's a professional who's providing a service for you, others outside of that professional relationship may go to that person, as you might any doctor and say, 'Are you doing all the things necessary for Mr. Jackson?' That doesn't apply pressure or control."

Ortega, who had worked closely with Jackson on previous tours, sounded a loud warning about his health after Jackson showed up for a rehearsal shivering just over a week before his death. He wrote in an e-mail to AEG Live President Randy Phillips: "It is like there are two people there. One (deep inside) trying to hold on to what he was and still can be and not wanting us to quit him, the other in this weakened and troubled state. I believe we need professional guidance in this matter."

In the e-mail, which was disclosed during Ortega's testimony at Murray's criminal trial, the show director also said he was worried about "real emotional stuff" Jackson appeared to be dealing with. "Everything in me says he should be psychologically evaluated," he wrote. Ortega said Jackson had "strong signs of paranoia, anxiety and obsessive-like behavior" and suggested they hire a "top psychiatrist in to evaluate him ASAP."

AEG Live worried about the flu, not drugs, lawyer says

The Ortega e-mail was not sounding an alarm about Jackson's health but just telling Phillips that Jackson was suffering "flu-like symptoms," Putnam said.
"Mr. Jackson was not in a position to get up on the stage and do the rehearsal because he had flu-like symptoms," Putnam said. "He was cold, he was shaky and as a result he didn't perform that evening."

"People were worried about that flu," so AEG Live executives called a meeting with Jackson and Murray the next day at Jackson's home to discuss it, he said.
"So Mr. Phillips went to that meeting at Mr. Jackson's home, that would be on the 20th of June, that's five days before Mr. Jackson passed," Putnam said. "And they got there, and Mr. Jackson was emphatic about the idea that he was great. 'You guys are all worrying about nothing. Look at me. I am fine.'"

Phillips sent Ortega a glowing endorsement of Murray: "This doctor is extremely successful (we check everyone out) and does not need this gig so he is totally unbiased and ethical."

The flu scare was one of only "a couple of occasions" that AEG Live's president had to be concerned about Jackson's health, Putnam said.

Other than "little instances like that," there "was nothing that ultimately gave rise any time before Mr. Jackson's death that there was any problem with Mr. Jackson," he said.

AEG Live would not have rushed Jackson, lawyer says

If there had been a health problem with Jackson, AEG Live would have had no problem postponing the start of the tour, he said.

"AEG Live had already moved the concerts because they weren't going to be ready in time for early July because of the number of set pieces Mr. Jackson wanted," he said. "There would be no rush for AEG Live to have to get to the stage by, I think at that point, by July 13th. If there was a problem here AEG wanted to know there was a problem because they could simply move the concerts."

The 50 shows were to be spread out over a year in the O2 Arena, which AEG owned and controlled, he said. "AEG had no interest in rushing to get to July 13th. On the contrary, if there was an issue they would have wanted to know."

What did Randy Phillips know?

An earlier e-mail leaked to the Los Angeles Times last year suggests that AEG Live's president saw Jackson's problems first-hand the day the pop star was to appear at the O2 Arena to publicly announce the shows. "MJ is locked in his room drunk and despondent," Phillips wrote in a March 5, 2009, e-mail to AEG Live's parent company, the paper reported. "I (am) trying to sober him up."

"I screamed at him so loud the walls are shaking," Phillips wrote. "He is an emotionally paralyzed mess riddled with self-loathing and doubt now that it is show time."
Despite this, Putnam insisted that Phillips was "incredibly impressed" and "saw a really engaged, interested, very smart, and savvy Michael Jackson."

The AEG Live chief had only "certain limited encounters" with Jackson in the months leading up to the scheduled shows, but he did get glowing reports, Putnam said. "Mr. Phillips kept hearing from various people in the tour party from rehearsals, and practices and meetings with various promoters, meetings with people who were going to do clothes, makeup, things of that nature," he said. "It was the same, that Mr. Jackson was incredibly engaged, was incredibly interested and seemed great."

AEG Live executives also had "no indication at any point that there was a problem with Conrad Murray," Putnam said. "He was licensed in four states. He had never been reprimanded. There were no indicators or warning signs of a problem. "

"Mr. Phillips had met him once, and he seemed quite happy that this was a fine, outstanding doctor in all appearances and he liked that fact," Putnam said. "And he liked that fact that he didn't appear to be a sycophant."

Trial judge thinks Jackson may have a case

Palazuelos, in her ruling rejecting an AEG Live's request to have the case thrown out, said she agreed that the Jackson lawyers had provided evidence that AEG Live didn't do "a sufficient background check of Dr. Murray, which would have established that Murray was deeply in debt."

Jackson's previous relationship with Murray, who treated him and his children for minor illnesses in Las Vegas, did not relieve AEG Live of liability, "although the fact may be relevant in determining proportional liability and damages," she said.

While the AEG Live lawyers argued the company could not have foreseen that Murray might use dangerous drugs on Jackson in preparation for the tour, Palazuelos said there was evidence that Gongaware had "previous tour experiences" with Jackson in which "tour doctors" gave "large amounts of drugs/controlled substances to him."

Gongaware testified in Murray's trial that he worked as tour manager for Jackson's "Dangerous" and "History" tours before joining AEG Live. The judge cited "Gongaware's general knowledge of the ethical issues surrounding 'tour doctors' and the practice of administering drugs to performing artists."

"There is a triable issue of fact as to whether it was foreseeable that such a physician under strong financial pressure may compromise his Hippocratic Oath and do what was known by AEG Live's executives to be an unfortunate practice in the entertainment industry for financial gain," the judge wrote.
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#127  Сообщение Mermaid » 02 апр 2013, 19:33

http://www.tmz.com/2013/04/02/michael-j ... -shopping/
MICHAEL JACKSON DRUG ADDICT ON TRIAL
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Michael Jackson's intense and decades-long addiction to powerful prescription drugs will be front and center in his family's wrongful death trial ... which kicks off today.

Katherine Jackson and Michael's 3 kids are suing AEG Live, claiming the company negligently hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray ... who killed MJ with a massive overdose of Propofol.

TMZ broke numerous stories after MJ's death ... revealing how Jackson had at least 19 aliases to score Rx drugs from various doctors. It was well known in L.A. and Beverly Hills medical circles that MJ would doctor shop to find professionals who would open their surgery centers to give him Propofol. The doctors -- and dentists -- would justify the drug by saying they needed to put him under for minor procedures, such as acne removal.

We reported in one case ... a famed doctor used a gynecologist's office -- run by a doc who specialized in vaginal rejuvenation -- to perform a minor acne treatment under full anesthesia.

The Jackson family will argue AEG Live had a duty to monitor Murray. The problem is ... Jackson's the one who found Murray in the first place and that Murray administered Propofol long before the doc signed on to the "This Is It" tour.

AEG has a slew of doctors on its witness list ... to make the case that Jackson's addiction was in full bloom long before it entered the picture.

Katherine and the kids are asking for more than $40 BILLION in damages.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#128  Сообщение Trueamore » 02 апр 2013, 22:22

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/ ... s-angeles/

Jury Selection Begins Tuesday In $40B Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Trial

Jury selection begins Tuesday morning in the $40 billion dollar Michael Jackson wrong deathful civil lawsuit filed against giant concert promoter AEG Live by the King of Pop’s mother, Katherine Jackson, RadarOnline.com is reporting.

Two groups of 35 potential jurors will be questioned Tuesday about their knowledge of the case, as attorneys on both sides begin the grueling process of whittling down the jury pool to the eventual 12, not including alternatives.

Katherine Jackson is expected to attend the trial every day, and Michael’s two oldest children, Prince Michael I, 16, and Paris, 14, are expected to testify. Jackson’s youngest child, Prince Michael II (also known as Blanket) will not take the stand.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Jackson died two weeks before his This Is It concerts, organized by AEG Live, were to have kicked off at London’s O2 arena in the summer of 2009 – it was to be the Thriller singer’s much anticipated comeback.

Attorneys for Jackson’s mother, Katherine, and his three children, maintain that AEG Live is liable because the concert promoter hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, who used the powerful surgical anesthetic Propofol to help treat the Billie Jean singer’s insomnia. (Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and remains behind bars.)

During the trial, AEG Live will aggressively fight the accusations it is liable for Jackson’s death. The company is expected to bring up child molestation accusations against Jackson, for which he was acquitted after a trial, and evidence of his drug addiction, reports CNN.
“I don’t know how you can’t look to Mr. Jackson’s responsibility there,” AEG lawyer Marvin Putnam told the cable news network. “He was a grown man.” Putnam was interviewed for Michael Jackson: The Final Days, a CNN documentary that will premiere this Friday.

“Mr. Jackson is a person who was known to doctor shop,” Putnam added. “He was known to be someone who would tell one doctor one thing and another doctor something else.”

The child molestation trial is relevant because it “resulted in an incredible increase in his drug intake,” Putnam said.

“We’re talking about Michael Jackson,” Putnam said. “This is a man who would show up in pajamas. This is a man who would stop traffic and get out and dance on top of his car. This is a man who would go to public events with a monkey named Bubbles. This is a man who said he slept in an oxygen chamber.”

The Jackson family claims Michael would have earned a staggering $500 billion dollars over the course of his lifetime had he not unexpectedly died on June 25, 2009, and that they would have reaped $40 billion of his vast fortune– hence the grand total the family is seeking in their lawsuit.

In defending itself, AEG Live’s defense will claim that Murray was never officially an AEG employee, but rather was chosen and paid by Michael Jackson as his personal physician for nearly four years before the singer’s shocking death. (при этом ни одного фото нигде,никакой информации нигде - просто поразительно icon_scared )

Interestingly, Murray signed a contract with AEG only the night before Jackson’s death to act as his personal physician while he performed 50 shows at London’s O2 Arena in the second half of 2009 and into 2010; he was to be paid $150,000 a month.

However, although there was apparently an oral agreement, AEG executives and Jackson never signed the actual contract. Putnam said. The Jackson legal team will argue the signed contract was not necessary to establish employment.

In another twist, Murray had previously told detectives that it was his understanding that he was Jackson’s employee, not AEG Live’s, even though the concert promoter would actually be cutting his paychecks.

“He was chosen by Michael Jackson,” Putnam argued. “He was brought to Los Angeles by Michael Jackson. He had been Michael Jackson’s long-time physician and continued in that capacity and was directed by him and could only be fired at will by him.”

AEG Live became involved with Murray only after Jackson had persuaded him to join his “tour party” for the This Is It concerts, Putnam told CNN. “Then what happens is AEG starts to go back and forth with him and his attorney, Dr. Conrad Murray, with drafts of contracts.”

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos will hear arguments for television cameras in the Los Angeles courtroom just before jury selection starts Tuesday morning. (Jackson’s camp is expected to support cameras being allowed, while AEG Live is expected to fight it.)

The Jackson v. AEG Live trial could last two or three months.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#129  Сообщение Trueamore » 02 апр 2013, 22:43

http://www.mjjcommunity.com/forum/threa ... son-vs-AEG

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts
First on the agenda was a motion brought by the media to ask the judge to allow the trial to be televised, just like in Murray trial.

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Brian Panish, atty for Katherine Jackson and the children, argued in favor of cameras. "All we ask is that the truth be seen by everyone."

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Marvin Putnam, attorney for AEG, argued against camera, saying it could interfere with the due process and intimidate witnesses.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Judge Yvette Palazuelos, who's presiding over the trial,took camera request under submission and will rule on it before opening statement.

A lawyer for the Jackson Estate, Patricia Millett, voiced concern over what would be revealed in open court, saying: "There is no public right of access to Michael Jackson's confidential medical records.".

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/n...kson-trial-aeg

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Rob Marciano ‏@RobMarciano 32m
At LA courthouse where jury selection begins today for Jackson vs AEG Live.Court saying opening statements in ~2 weeks.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
We are told Katherine Jackson plans to attend the entire trial, but won't be present until opening statements are set to begin.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
One panel with 35 potential jurors came into the courtroom to begin the jury selection process. Judge read a statement of the case to them.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Judge told potential jurors that trial is estimated to last 90 days. Then, judge asked them to answer whether they can serve that long.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
First panel of 35 jurors have been ordered to return at 1:30p to discuss their answer to whether they can serve 90 days.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Judge said trial will be Mon-Thu from 9:30 am to noon, 1:30 pm to 4:00/4:30 pm and Fridays 9:00 am to noon, 2:30 to 4:00/4;30 pm.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
We'll be covering the trial daily and will tweet as much as possible. Judge has denied live tweeting, but that's still under discussion.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Attys for all sides are now looking at the answers provided by the jurors. Once they are qualified for time, they'll answer a questionnaire.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Some Michael Jackson fans are in the courtroom as well. Jury selection has been moved to a bigger courtroom to accommodate everyone.

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Before I forget, kudos to Judge Palazuelos and her staff for being very friendly to everyone present, whether media rep or public members!

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The lengthy questionnaire has 25 pages and 123 questions. I'm going over the doc now and will tweet the most relevant questions.

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Attorneys talking to the judge and telling her which jurors they want to jointly dismiss and the ones they want to question further.

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This part of jury selection is just excuse for hardship, which means excuse the people who can't serve on a trial for 90 days.

ABC7 Court News @ABC7Courts
Everyone now excused for lunch break. We'll be back at 1:30 pm.

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Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos also was urged by attorneys for the defendants, AEG Live, to consider issuing a gag order preventing the lawyers on both sides from commenting to the media during the trial.

Read more: http://www.kfiam640.com/pages/billca...#ixzz2PKmFgEOj

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ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts 52s
After jurors are qualified based on time, they'll be given a questionnaire. First questions are personal: residency area, level of education


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#130  Сообщение Admin » 02 апр 2013, 22:43

MJ Estate lawyer Patricia Millet : "There is no public right of access to Michael Jackson's confidential medical records."

Lawyer for the Michael Jackson Estate, Patricia Millett, voiced concern over what would be revealed in open court

Юрист со стороны Эстейта Майкла Джексона выразила обеспокоенность по поводу того, что будет представлено в открытом суде. Патрисия Миллет заявила : Они не имеют прав получить доступ к конфидециальным медицинским записям Майкла Джексона

Хоаксы считают, что это сделано для того, чтобы потом сказать, что все мед. бумажки, представленные в суде, были фэйковыми icon_ROFL
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