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#201  Сообщение Milena » 13 апр 2013, 17:39

Девочки, запощу мнение юриста, с форума Майджексон кажется)))
Есть пара интересных моментов. Спасибо veraMJ

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Не стоит драматизировать ситуацию и загонять ее в только черное или только в белое. Я не знаю, что за мысли и намерения в голове Кетрин и семьи, но хочется думать, что эти мысли и намерения имеют положительный окрас.

Любое преступление должно быть расследовано и преступник найден, изобличен и наказан. В данном конкретном случае я считаю, что теоретические репутационные потери Майкла не идут в сравнение с той пользой, которую могло бы принести удовлетворение иска. И вопрос не в деньгах – вопрос в том, что если эти деньги будут выплачена,значит, АЕГ виновно. Хотя, конечно, нельзя исключать провала иска. Но все равно– лучше попытаться и потерпеть неудачу, чем не пытаться вовсе. icon_thumbup

К вопросу о гражданском и уголовном судопроизводстве. Я уже не раз писал, что я не знаток правовой системы США, но, как мне кажется, здесь можно провести аналогию и параллель ссобытиями 1993 года. Именно угроза гражданского процесса, проводимого раньше процесса уголовного, подвигла адвокатов Майкла на вне судебное урегулирование претензий. Причина проста – в гражданском процессе могла быть обнаружена линия защиты Майкла, которая потом могла бы быть использована против него в возможном уголовном процессе. Тут вполне возможна аналогичная ситуация – семья в ходе процесса может получить доказательства, которые могут послужить фундаментом для дальнейшего уголовного преследования.

По вопросу репутации. Это вопрос больше философский, нежели практический. Подавляющее большинство людей мало интересуется злоупотреблениями наркотиками со стороны Элвиса, ныне живущих Роллингов и т.д. Кроме того, давайте не забывать, что все таки говорить о наркотической зависимости в отношении Майкла – это передергивание фактов. Как тут уже было справедливо замечено, Drugg – это не только наркотики, но и лекарство и вообще аптекарские препараты. Ну и отчеты об посмертной экспертизе тоже нельзя сбрасывать со счетов – кто бы что бы не говорил, но две экспертизы подтвердили полное отсутствие следов наркотиков в организме Майкла. одна
Все другие доводы – от лукавого. Майклу Джексону и при жизни приходилось сталкиваться со слухами о своей несостоятельности, болезнях и заскоках – он это пережил. И справедливость требует, что бы его дело было доведено до конца.

Это так сказать парадная часть моего выступления. Теперь же выскажу свое ИМХО. Я не до конца уверен, что семье удастся что то сделать. Я в силу загруженности не вникаю глубоко в выкладываемые материалы, читаю их по диагонали. Может, что-то и пропускаю. Но позиция Семьи мне не видится очень уж сильной. Хотя, конечно, основная масса доказательств (надеюсь, они есть) нам будет представлена в ходе слушаний. При этом в теорию заговора я не очень верю. Вернее, скажем так – я не верю в ЗАГОВОР, скорее, верю в сговор. icon_idontknow

Мне не кажется, что целью АЕГ и других лиц было убийство Майкла. Скорее, их целью было заставить Майкла отпахать эти концерты, и ради этого они готовы были пичкать его чем угодно. Вернее, им даже не важно было, чем его там пичкают – общее состояние здоровья Майкла вполне возможно было нормальным. Во всяком случае, на момент медицинского освидетельствования в феврале 2009 года, что косвенно подтверждается результатами вскрытия. icon_yes Думаю, в тот момент проблема сна, которая Майкла и погубила, не была в острой фазе, или на этом медицинском аспекте при освидетельствовании не заостряли внимание.

Скорее, организаторам было важно понять, работает ли сердечно-сосудистая система, имеются ли проблемы со связками, давлением, общей выносливостью. Видимо, этих проблем обнаружено не было. тут немного спорно. мы знаем что Ллойдс так и не получили медицинские документы в полном объёме...и со страховкой AEG пролетели. да и тестировал его один единственный врач Слевин кажется, с расчетом что второе тестирование он якобы пройдет в Лондоне. по другим источниками Майкл не соглашался на второе тестирование здоровья.
Но в целом да, если не считать слишком низкого давления, со здоровьем всё хорошо.


А ранее применяемая Майклом по неизвестно чьему совету практика введения пропофола показала свою относительную безопасность и эффективность. Поэтому боссы АЕГ легко согласились и дальше применять проверенные методы, раз раньше они помогали. И, думаю, они бы помогали и дальше – не будь Мюррей таким идиотом. Если бы он предпринял необходимые меры, скорее всего, Майкл был бы жив и даже отыграл бы эти концерты. Все таки, что бы не говорили о его худобе и т.д., результаты вскрытия говорят о том, что в общем и целом организм был здоров, и при надлежащем уходе и грамотном лечении и поддержании, все скорее всего было бы в порядке. Тут скорее можно обвинить АЕГ в попустительстве, в поддержке незаконных методов лечения (при условии доказывания, что введение пропофола было санкционировано АЕГ, а не являлось эксцессом исполнителя (это такой термин, подразумевающий, что преступная группа планировало одно преступление, допустим, ограбление, а в ходе ограбления один из участников группы, не сговариваясь с остальными, совершил преступление, выходящее за рамки договоренности – допустим, совершил убийство. Тогда всю группу буду привлекать за грабеж, а исполнителя убийства – за убийство. Это и будет эксцесс исполнителя).

В общем, поживем – увидим. icon_scared

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#202  Сообщение Trueamore » 14 апр 2013, 22:52

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/w ... BtuiYlMhIK

AEG lawsuit could reveal that only one of Michael Jackson's kids is biologically his

EXCLUSIVE

A $40 billion legal battle in LA might finally settle a question that has long baffled gossip columnists and fans alike: Who really fathered Michael Jackson’s children?

Sources within AEG — the concert promoter behind Jacko’s ill-fated “This Is It” tour and the entity being sued by Jackson’s mother and the three children for wrongful death — say that, despite the singer’s claims, only one of the kids is biologically his.

The company is prepared to uncover that only Blanket, 10, has the King of Pop’s DNA.

His older siblings, Prince, 16, and Paris, 15, had a different sperm donor, the sources say.

“There was a whole lot that Michael Jackson or his family wasn’t and isn’t being forthcoming about,” an AEG source said. “The drug use by Jackson, his use of alcohol, his relationship with his own family, and the identities of the children’s parents.”

Among the evidence AEG could present are sworn affidavits, including one from a mystery woman identified only as “Helena,” who could be Blanket’s mother.

Lawyers for the company also are prepared to present “irrefutable” proof that the Gloved One did not sire Prince and Paris, a source with direct knowledge of the case said. The company is poised to subpoena birth and other records

Yvette Palazuelos, the presiding judge in the case, earlier this month declined AEG’s request to present evidence about paternity.

However, the company may be allowed to argue paternity issues later in a potential award phase in the case, which began with jury selection April 2 in LA Superior Court.

Legal experts say it doesn’t matter who the biological parents are. They say bringing up paternity is likely meant to embarrass the family.

The Jacksons seek to prove that AEG was complicit in Jacko’s death — hiring his now-convicted personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, and pushing the frail singer too hard to perform. Jackson died from acute propofol intoxication in 2009.

Jacko had always claimed to have used his own sperm to father his children. He acknowledged that the mother of Prince and Paris is his former nurse, Debbie Rowe.

The identity of Blanket’s mother, believed to be a Hispanic woman living in the San Diego area, has never been revealed.

But if AEG’s claims are true, the answer to who’s their daddy could come from a long list.

The singer’s former doctor, Arnold Klein, has said he is the biological father of Jacko’s two oldest children. Former bodyguard and karate instructor Matt Fiddes began pressing the family for a DNA test of Paris shortly after the “Thriller” singer’s death. And former child actor Mark Lester claims that he may have fathered Paris.

Jackson family members say they have little doubt who fathered Blanket.

“Blanket looks just like him. There is no doubt that he is Michael’s,” said one relative.

Blanket has even been treated for similar medical problems, including a skin condition, a family source told The Post. Jacko suffered from a disorder called vitiligo.

And Blanket’s love and knowledge of music parallels his dad’s, family members said.

“Blanket can really, really dance. Like his father,” Joseph Jackson said.

Stacy Brown is a reporter and former longtime friend of the Jackson family.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#203  Сообщение Admin » 15 апр 2013, 01:52

Ну теперь во всеуслышание будут заявлять о том, что только Бланкет - родной сын.
И, как бы, с подачи семьи..... icon_scared
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#204  Сообщение Milena » 15 апр 2013, 06:30

Trueamore писал(а):Стейси Браун, репортер и бывший давний друг семьи Джексонов.



Девочки, ну это же стейси браун. icon_rolleyes Желтушнее просто не бывает.

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#205  Сообщение Trueamore » 16 апр 2013, 17:58

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/ ... -pfeiffer/

Secret Michael Jackson Voicemail: King Of Pop Caught On Tape ‘Shopping For Drugs’ Just Seven Weeks Before His Death

A slurring Michael Jackson made a frantic call to an aide of Dr. Arnold Klein just seven weeks before his death in a desperate attempt to reach a doctor.

This previously unheard voicemail, obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, shows the Thriller singer couldn’t properly utter a short sentence on May 3, 2009 at around 11:06 a.m.

Jackson — sounding almost unrecognizable from his voice of a generation — begged Jason Pfeiffer, who worked for the singer’s Beverly Hills, Calif. dermatologist Dr. Klein, to call him back.

“It’s Michael. Err, I can’t find Klein,” said Jackson, who later died on June 25 at the age of 50.

“Um, I have a problem in the groin area, and I don’t want to say this on the phone… inflamed area there, um, on a private… I don’t want to say this on the phone. Get him to call me please.”

After a brief pause, the legendary King of Pop murmured: “Thank you. Right away. Bye bye.”

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RadarOnline.com can reveal Pfeiffer has met with lawyers for AEG and is prepared to testify in support of the concert promoter which is preparing to defend itself against the Jackson family, who has filed a $40 billion wrongful death suit.

“Michael Jackson had a death wish,” Pfeiffer, 39, told us, in an exclusive interview.

“I don’t think any one person and certainly not anyone at AEG could stop that.

“No-one realized he was getting drugs from all these different places, and it was inevitable something was going to go wrong.

“I have deep sympathy of his children and family, but Michael was manipulative and overpowering when it came to getting what he wanted.

“I just wish I’d shaken some sense into him and saved his life, because he had so much to offer.”

According to Pfeiffer, this voicemail is one of many “out of it” calls the drugged up Beat It singer made weeks before his demise, in which he shopped for drugs and begged for treatment — even though Murray was in charge of him in his final months alive.

On one occasion, Jackson even pleaded with Klein’s assistant for Propofol — the powerful anesthetic which killed him– telling him: “I do it all the time to sleep.”

Pfeiffer was originally asked to be a defense witness in Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial, but Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor ruled him out, finding what happened in Klein’s office was irrelevant.

But in the Jackson’s civil trial against AEG, however, such testimony is expected to be introduced, which could make Pfeiffer and his claims relevant to the case.

AEG’s lawyers plan to use Jackson’s drug use history in their defense, arguing it showed Jackson was responsible for his own death.

Prince, 16, Paris, 15 and Blanket, 10, along with their grandmother, Katherine, claim “negligent” AEG bosses coaxed Dr. Murray into making Jackson perform, even though he was physically unstable.

“My role (as Klein’s clinic manager) was to monitor Michael after he had Demerol,” the ex-clinic manager told RadarOnline.com.

“He actually spent hours just lying on couches out flat or trying to sleep.

“The main reason he came into the surgery so often, was to get a fix of Demerol during his procedures. He begged everyone to give him it.

“He complained he couldn’t sleep because his mind was racing constantly.

“By the end, it became like a fix for Michael; getting face fillers and botox surgery was an easy way of getting Demerol.”

Pfeiffer said he’s aware of instances where Jackson faked medical issues so that he could receive Demerol, a painkiller.

“Michael was an addict,” he said.

“He always asked Klein to give him four times the regular amount even if it was for squeezing a spot or putting botox into his skin. Michael felt he was immune to normal volumes and begged for extra quantities.

“Sometimes some of our patients were groggy after shots, but never like Michael.”

And Pfeiffer recounted how on June 14 — just 11 days before his death — Jackson begged him to procure Propofol, even though he was being treated by Dr. Murray.

“Around 7 p.m. Michael called me sounding harassed and flustered; he barely had time to say hello before he just asked for Propofol,” he said.

“He asked me if he knew anyone that could supply him with that.

“Michael said, ‘I do it all the time to sleep, and I wake up feeling refreshed. I have to be up for tomorrow.’

“When I said I couldn’t help, Michael just shut me down and slammed the phone down on me.

“His voice sounded slurred and tired; I thought he was exhausted due to his rehearsals. On reflection it must have been drugs and I guess Dr. Murray didn’t get him enough.”

Pfeiffer said he never saw Dr. Klein administer intravenous drugs to Jackson, nor did he ever give him Propofol. Indeed, Dr. Klein has long insisted he personally tried several times to prevent other doctors from administering Propofol to Jackson to aid his sleep.

And even though Dr. Murray was charged with looking after Jackson for $150,000 a month from May, Pfeiffer said he never saw the cardiologist by his side.

“Dr. Murray never came along on any of his trips to Klein’s clinic,” said Pfeiffer, who previously claimed he and Jackson had a gay love affair.

“He obviously wasn’t looking after him 24 hours a day, seven days a week and Michael never mentioned him.

“I spoke to him once when he rang to make an appointment for Michael.

“At first I thought he was a joke caller, but then Michael grabbed the phone, and said: ’Hey Jason this is Michael that was Dr Conrad. I want to come in.’

“So Dr. Murray knew what Michael was doing and must have had an idea about what he was doing to himself.”

Speaking after listening to the recording, attorney Tom Mesereau, who successfully defended Jackson in the 2005 molestation trial, characterized the voicemail as an “interesting development” on the eve of the wrongful death suit.

“I don’t know the circumstances surrounding how, when or where this voicemail was recorded, the only person that could answer that would be his physician, Dr. Arnold Klein,” Mesereau told RadarOnline.com.

“I don’t know if he was under the influence of anything when this message was left, but it’s certainly an interesting development.

“AEG should have been more careful in the hiring and supervision of Dr. Conrad Murray.

“AEG was aware the Michael had substance abuse issues in the past. I believe that AEG is going to try and sully and dirty up Michael’s name with drug abuse allegations.

“As for whether Dr. Klein should testify, we will have to see how the trial unfolds. Either side could call Klein, he would be a compelling witness who could have very valuable information.”

Attorneys and a judge are currently selecting a panel of 12 jurors and several alternates to hear the case.


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#206  Сообщение Lina » 17 апр 2013, 07:46

Trueamore писал(а):http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/04/secret-michael-jackson-voicemail-king-of-pop-caught-tape-shopping-for-drugs-seven-weeks-before-death-jason-pfeiffer/

Secret Michael Jackson Voicemail: King Of Pop Caught On Tape ‘Shopping For Drugs’ Just Seven Weeks Before His Death

A slurring Michael Jackson made a frantic call to an aide of Dr. Arnold Klein just seven weeks before his death in a desperate attempt to reach a doctor.

This previously unheard voicemail, obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com, shows the Thriller singer couldn’t properly utter a short sentence on May 3, 2009 at around 11:06 a.m.

Jackson — sounding almost unrecognizable from his voice of a generation — begged Jason Pfeiffer, who worked for the singer’s Beverly Hills, Calif. dermatologist Dr. Klein, to call him back.

“It’s Michael. Err, I can’t find Klein,” said Jackson, who later died on June 25 at the age of 50.

“Um, I have a problem in the groin area, and I don’t want to say this on the phone… inflamed area there, um, on a private… I don’t want to say this on the phone. Get him to call me please.”

After a brief pause, the legendary King of Pop murmured: “Thank you. Right away. Bye bye.”

ссылка на ролик с войсмейлом не вставляется icon_idontknow

RadarOnline.com can reveal Pfeiffer has met with lawyers for AEG and is prepared to testify in support of the concert promoter which is preparing to defend itself against the Jackson family, who has filed a $40 billion wrongful death suit.

“Michael Jackson had a death wish,” Pfeiffer, 39, told us, in an exclusive interview.

“I don’t think any one person and certainly not anyone at AEG could stop that.

“No-one realized he was getting drugs from all these different places, and it was inevitable something was going to go wrong.

“I have deep sympathy of his children and family, but Michael was manipulative and overpowering when it came to getting what he wanted.

“I just wish I’d shaken some sense into him and saved his life, because he had so much to offer.”

According to Pfeiffer, this voicemail is one of many “out of it” calls the drugged up Beat It singer made weeks before his demise, in which he shopped for drugs and begged for treatment — even though Murray was in charge of him in his final months alive.

On one occasion, Jackson even pleaded with Klein’s assistant for Propofol — the powerful anesthetic which killed him– telling him: “I do it all the time to sleep.”

Pfeiffer was originally asked to be a defense witness in Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial, but Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor ruled him out, finding what happened in Klein’s office was irrelevant.

But in the Jackson’s civil trial against AEG, however, such testimony is expected to be introduced, which could make Pfeiffer and his claims relevant to the case.

AEG’s lawyers plan to use Jackson’s drug use history in their defense, arguing it showed Jackson was responsible for his own death.

Prince, 16, Paris, 15 and Blanket, 10, along with their grandmother, Katherine, claim “negligent” AEG bosses coaxed Dr. Murray into making Jackson perform, even though he was physically unstable.

“My role (as Klein’s clinic manager) was to monitor Michael after he had Demerol,” the ex-clinic manager told RadarOnline.com.

“He actually spent hours just lying on couches out flat or trying to sleep.

“The main reason he came into the surgery so often, was to get a fix of Demerol during his procedures. He begged everyone to give him it.

“He complained he couldn’t sleep because his mind was racing constantly.

“By the end, it became like a fix for Michael; getting face fillers and botox surgery was an easy way of getting Demerol.”

Pfeiffer said he’s aware of instances where Jackson faked medical issues so that he could receive Demerol, a painkiller.

“Michael was an addict,” he said.

“He always asked Klein to give him four times the regular amount even if it was for squeezing a spot or putting botox into his skin. Michael felt he was immune to normal volumes and begged for extra quantities.

“Sometimes some of our patients were groggy after shots, but never like Michael.”

And Pfeiffer recounted how on June 14 — just 11 days before his death — Jackson begged him to procure Propofol, even though he was being treated by Dr. Murray.

“Around 7 p.m. Michael called me sounding harassed and flustered; he barely had time to say hello before he just asked for Propofol,” he said.

“He asked me if he knew anyone that could supply him with that.

“Michael said, ‘I do it all the time to sleep, and I wake up feeling refreshed. I have to be up for tomorrow.’

“When I said I couldn’t help, Michael just shut me down and slammed the phone down on me.

“His voice sounded slurred and tired; I thought he was exhausted due to his rehearsals. On reflection it must have been drugs and I guess Dr. Murray didn’t get him enough.”

Pfeiffer said he never saw Dr. Klein administer intravenous drugs to Jackson, nor did he ever give him Propofol. Indeed, Dr. Klein has long insisted he personally tried several times to prevent other doctors from administering Propofol to Jackson to aid his sleep.

And even though Dr. Murray was charged with looking after Jackson for $150,000 a month from May, Pfeiffer said he never saw the cardiologist by his side.

“Dr. Murray never came along on any of his trips to Klein’s clinic,” said Pfeiffer, who previously claimed he and Jackson had a gay love affair.

“He obviously wasn’t looking after him 24 hours a day, seven days a week and Michael never mentioned him.

“I spoke to him once when he rang to make an appointment for Michael.

“At first I thought he was a joke caller, but then Michael grabbed the phone, and said: ’Hey Jason this is Michael that was Dr Conrad. I want to come in.’

“So Dr. Murray knew what Michael was doing and must have had an idea about what he was doing to himself.”

Speaking after listening to the recording, attorney Tom Mesereau, who successfully defended Jackson in the 2005 molestation trial, characterized the voicemail as an “interesting development” on the eve of the wrongful death suit.

“I don’t know the circumstances surrounding how, when or where this voicemail was recorded, the only person that could answer that would be his physician, Dr. Arnold Klein,” Mesereau told RadarOnline.com.

“I don’t know if he was under the influence of anything when this message was left, but it’s certainly an interesting development.

“AEG should have been more careful in the hiring and supervision of Dr. Conrad Murray.

“AEG was aware the Michael had substance abuse issues in the past. I believe that AEG is going to try and sully and dirty up Michael’s name with drug abuse allegations.

“As for whether Dr. Klein should testify, we will have to see how the trial unfolds. Either side could call Klein, he would be a compelling witness who could have very valuable information.”

Attorneys and a judge are currently selecting a panel of 12 jurors and several alternates to hear the case.


Напрашивается грубое определение этого человека, но скажу просто: беспринципный человек. Бог ему судья.

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JACKSON V AEG Weekly Recap of Court Proceedings: Weeks 1 & 2

source: http://teammichaeljackson.com/archives/8110

JACKSON V AEG Weekly Recap of Court Proceedings: Weeks 1 & 2
Posted on April 13, 2013

JACKSON V AEG Weekly Recap of Court Proceedings Weeks 1 2
By:- WendyLovesMJ

Since the first day of the Jackson v AEG trial began on April 2nd, our founding Angel at Team Michael Jackson has been trekking tirelessly to and from the Los Angeles Courthouse each day – keeping all Michael Jackson justice fighters informed of the proceedings via ongoing live Twitter updates. She has been doing a magnificent, heroic job and we want to thank her for her unyielding love and commitment to Michael and his family in bringing about full truth and justice.

Here is an overview of what MJ’s Angel of L.O.V.E. has reported to us from inside the courtroom, along with some media outtakes.


WEEK 1

April 2, 2013 :

– The Michael Jackson Estate (John Branca) has his attorney in court to appose trial on TV. Citing medical records.

–TeamMichaelJackson.com Rep spoke with the Judge and presented this letter from the community to her, which was also read by attorneys.

Judges response: “Wasn’t Michael Jackson’s medical information made public at the Conrad Murray trial?”

– No ruling from the judge on whether cameras will be allowed in courtroom. States she wants to look at the cameras/setup.

– Team Michael Jackson’s letter to the judge on behalf of Citizens of CA., USA and The World requesting cameras be allowed in the court is read by the judge, then passed to both attorneys to read.

– Court trial hours decided: Monday – Thursday 9:30am to noon, 1:30pm to 4:00/4:30pm and Friday 9:00am to noon, 2.30 to 4:00/4.30pm.

– First 35 prospective jurors bought into Special Events room for hardship

questions directed by judge and Jackson & AEG attorneys.


April 3, 2013 :

– Jury selection today consists of 70 jurors again. Divided into 2 panels of 35, filling in Hardship/Time qualifications, then questioned individually. Yesterday out of 70 only 10 were asked to return next Wednesday. 5 jurors remained to be questioned from yesterday, quick recess then Panel “C” next 35 jurors will b questioned.

– A few prospective jurors having friends or ties with AEG stated their minds were made up. Judge: “Your excused”. A few other prospective jurors stating they believe Michael was killed for money were also “Excused”.

– Total of 19 prospective jurors asked to fill in Jury questionnaire and return Wednesday. (pages numbered 1 onwards)

– Prospective Jurors are asked if they can sit as Jurors for 90 days.

Tom Mesereau on Piers Morgan speaks about Jackson v AEGLive




April 4, 2013 :

– In Dept 28 today, time qualification for 45 Jurors. 7 to return next Wednesday from Panel E. 7 returning Wednesday from Panel F. Back tomorrow at 9.30 for Panel G. So that’s a total of 43 potential jurors so far.

– Total jury selection, out of 220, 43 are coming back.

Sharon Osbourne added to Michael Jackson death trial witness list - By Alan Duke, CNN Los Angeles (CNN) — Sharon Osbourne’s claim that she has information that would help Michael Jackson’s mother and children in their wrongful death lawsuit against a concert promoter has landed the TV host/reality star on the trial’s witness list.

Osbourne made her revelation on Tuesday’s “The Talk,” the same day jury selection began in the trial to decide if concert promoter AEG Live executives played a role in Jackson’s death in the negligent hiring of Dr. Conrad Murray.

“There were certain people that worked at that company that knew that Michael Jackson was not well and didn’t care because it was business,” Osbourne said. “And at the end of the day, whether he performed or he didn’t, they would still make money, and I’ve had conversations with certain people at that company who have said exactly that to me.”

Osbourne then suggested she could be a witness in the Los Angeles trial. “If they would like me to go to court, the Jackson family, I will stand up and tell you who said that to me.”

Jackson lawyers noticed her comments and added Osbourne to their witness list Wednesday.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/04/showbiz/j ... eath-trial

Jury Selection Continues in Trial on Jackson’s Death - By Ben Sisario, New York Times

A global corporation accused of pushing a beloved entertainer to his death. A family whose internal squabbles have been tabloid catnip for decades. A courtroom crowded with lawyers, but off limits to television cameras.

And, of course, the earning potential of Michael Jackson.

Those are some of the elements in the latest trial over Jackson and his financial legacy: a wrongful-death civil suit, begun this week in Los Angeles, that pits Jackson’s family against the company behind the concerts Jackson had been preparing for when he died in June 2009.

In the suit, Jackson’s mother, Katherine, and his three children accuse the Anschutz Entertainment Group, or A.E.G., of negligence and breach of contract by hiring Conrad Murray, the doctor who administered the anesthetics that killed him.

The company faces risk whether it wins or loses the case. While Jackson’s indiscretions are now well known, and were laid out in Dr. Murray’s televised trial, A.E.G. has less of a public profile and is being cast as a villain. In the court of public opinion, at least, it may find little sympathy.

A.E.G., owned by the billionaire Philip Anschutz, has sports and entertainment properties around the world, including Staples Center and in Los Angeles and O2 Arena in London. The company was put up for sale last year, but withdrawn last month, reportedly because the bids were lower than the $8 billion to $10 billion that Mr. Anschutz wanted.

The civil case against the company hinges on who hired Dr. Murray. The Jackson family says that A.E.G. hired him for $150,000 a month, and pressured Dr. Murray to get Jackson ready for the concerts without regard to Jackson’s health. A.E.G. says that Jackson insisted on Dr. Murray, and that any payment was only an advance that would be paid by Jackson.

Either way, the case highlights how Jackson’s business was conducted differently from that of most stars.

“Outside rarefied artists doing rarefied deals with monolithic entertainment companies, one would not generally see this sort of claim arise from a recording agreement or other engagement agreement with an artist,” said Kenneth J. Abdo, a music industry lawyer who represents artists.

Nearly four years after Jackson’s death, the case and the news media’s coverage of it demonstrate the public’s continued fascination with Jackson, and with the lurid side of the entertainment business.

“The fact that he died in the midst of a redemption narrative not only makes him endlessly fascinating,” Ms. Piazza [author of the book “Celebrity, Inc.: How Famous People Make Money.”] said, “but has made him much more lucrative in death than he was at the end of his life.”

Jackson’s estate, saddled with more than $500 million in debt at his death, has been stabilized through an array of music deals with Cirque du Soleil, the film “Michael Jackson’s This Is It,” a video game, merchandising and other projects. In a court filing last May, the estate said it had gross earnings of $475 million since Jackson’s death.

The civil case is expected to last three months and may involve testimony from stars like Diana Ross, Prince and Quincy Jones.

The judge in the case, Yvette M. Palazuelos of Los Angeles Superior Court, has barred cameras, but CNN and NBCUniversal have asked her to reconsider, and an order is expected soon.

Jury selection began on Tuesday and may continue through the week. Potential jurors were given a 25-page form that asked them 123 questions, including, “Did you hear, read or see anything in the media about Michael Jackson’s death?”

The trial is being held in a courtroom with a gallery with only 45 seats, with just a few available to the public through a daily lottery. Most of the rest are reserved for reporters and lawyers.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/05/busin ... html?_r=2&

April 5, 2013 :

– Jury Selection Tally so far: Each Panel consists of 35 potential jurors, except Panel E which had 45. Panel A = 10 called back. Panel B = 6. Panel C = 11. Panel D = 1. Panel E = 8. Panel F = 7. Out of 220, 43 coming back Wednesday April 10th.

– Panel G and H today. I and J Monday. K and L Tuesday. = 430 potential jurors. Then Wednesday revisit the selected that filled in the Jury Questionnaires.

– Hardship questions asked of Panels G and H.

– 6 jurors today for a total of 60.

– The perspective jurors coming back will return on Monday April 15th 10 a.m. in room 222. Looking for 80-100 from which to do final selections.

Judge: No cameras in Michael Jackson death trial - By Alan Duke, CNN

Los Angeles (CNN) — The wrongful death trial of concert promoter AEG Live filed by Michael Jackson’s mother and three children will not be televised, a judge decided Friday.

CNN had requested its camera be allowed in the courtroom during the trial, but Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos issued a ruling Friday denying the request.

California law leaves the decision to the trial judge’s discretion based on 19 factors to be considered. Palazuelos did not say in her ruling what factors swayed her decision.

AEG Live’s lawyer argued televising the trial could create a frenzy among Jackson fans at the courthouse that could pose a threat to witnesses.

Jackson lawyers argued in favor of having a camera in court, saying it would be the best way for the world to see justice done.

Without cameras, only a handful of journalists will have seats in the small courtroom in downtown Los Angeles.

Opening statements and the first witness could be heard in about two weeks in the trial that is expected to last for two to three months.

The pool of potential jurors reached 60 Friday afternoon after four days of eliminating jurors for hardship reasons. The process will continue Monday and Tuesday or until about 100 potential jurors are identified. On Wednesday, the lawyers will start the voir dire process of eliminating jurors based on cause or their jury strikes allowed under court rules.

Until then, the lawyers are studying their answers to a long questionnaire the potential jurors completed. The process is expected to continue for another week, perhaps ending around April 16 or 17.

It is unclear how soon after a jury is seated that the judge will have lawyers deliver opening statements and call the first witness. Some judges allow the jury a day or so to take care of personal business after being selected.

http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/05/showbiz/j ... ial-camera

WEEK 2

April 8, 2013 :

– Today and tomorrow (Monday and Tuesday) 35 per day, new prospective jurors state any hardships they may have in serving 90 days. Wednesday 43 for Voir Dire.

– Panel I of 35 Jurors have just been sworn in, read Jury Rules and are now filling out hardship form. Of the panel of 35 for today, there has been 17 selected so far for 2nd Voir Dire

– Team Michael Jackson has some great news, we hope to be in court everyday during the trial with the Jackson Family if no more then 11 family members attend, or we go as media or via lottery.

– Change of plans, the Voir Dire for Wednesday this week has been scrapped. There will be just one big one on Monday the 15th in room 222.

– All future jury selection is being held in Dept 28 3rd floor. Room 318. We are pleased for the change of bigger court room, 400 seats as opposed to 43. Media advisory stated only 2 media seated would’ve been available in previous room.

– Panel J another 35 prospective jurors now filling in hardship/time qualifications. Another 6 returning, one is a JUDGE from this court. Total of 72 jurors are scheduled to return on Monday to room 222.

– Total of 360 were called so far for Jury service. 288 Excused. 72 Returning. 80 -100 are needed for Voir Dire by Wednesday the 10th.

– AEG attorneys have 10 motions pending to dismiss most of Jackson expert witnesses. Which will be opposed!

April 9, 2013 :

– Court for today cancelled. Reason given “Judge is not here today.” Hope you all have a fabulous day. We will back at court tomorrow. Thanks

April 10, 2013 :

– There were fireworks in the courtroom today! The two attorneys were battling, it was so intense.

– One prospective juror’s management firm manages Evan Ross, godson to Michael Jackson. Son of Diana Ross.

– AEG attorneys are filing motions on every single expert the Jackson attorneys have. Judge stated she thought it was unreasonable.

– The judge stated jury selection is taking too long. Jury commissioners could have done this much quicker. AEG wanted this system.

– The above mentioned conflict was because AEG attorneys do not want to give Jackson attorneys more time to file their response to AEG’s motions.

– Judge granted Jackson attorneys more time to file their response to AEG’s motions.

– Judge questioned why all the motions were being filed by AEG as most parts are sealed. When Appeals Court “unsealed” them: AEG attorneys, “Estate wants them sealed”

– Judge to AEG attorneys, “Why are you trying to seal Medical info made public in the Murray trial?” Jackson attorney, “Its not medical info, it’s AEG EMAILS”

– AEG Attorneys doing lot of double talking. Trying to hide evidence from the public. Appeals Court ORDERED unsealed, then AEG uses Estate as the excuse.

– Trial will be held in courtroom number 318. Dept 28. Max capacity 71. Public Seating 45.

– Jackson attorney wanted to address “Verdict Forms” hearing will be held Monday at 9.30 Dept 28, Prior to Voir Dire at 10 am in room 222

– Trial expected to last 90 “Court days”. That’s FIVE MONTHS!!!!

– Court is out for the day. There are 79 prospective jurors so far. What a day.

Jackson-AEG: Trial hasn’t started, but lawyers are already fighting – By Corina Knoll, LA Times

The legal showdown between Michael Jackson’s family and AEG has yet to begin, but sparks are already flying between attorneys.

For more than a week, jurors have been brought into Superior Court Judge Yvette M. Palazuelos’ courtroom in groups of 35 and asked whether they had the ability to serve on a trial that is estimated to take as long as four months.

On Wednesday, after Palazuelos mentioned the court could schedule a couple days off to accommodate jurors during the trial, attorney Brian Panish objected to prolonging proceedings in any way.

“I don’t have 1,000-plus lawyers in my law firm and I don’t have 20 lawyers working on this case,” said Panish, who represents Jackson’s mother, Katherine, and the pop star’s three children.

The four filed a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that AEG negligently hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray, who gave the singer a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol. The family alleges that the entertainment firm pushed the singer to go forward with a comeback tour even though he was physically incapable of handling it.

Panish accused AEG’s attorneys of dragging the case out and filing unnecessary motions that forced him to seek additional time to write responses.

Palazuelos said she believed the trial could be whittled down to 60 days if both sides cut down their lengthy witness lists, which total more than 200 names, including Prince, Diana Ross, Spike Lee and Lisa Marie Presley.

At one point, the discussion became heated with attorneys speaking over one another. Panish said he had made efforts to be civil but that the defense was wasting court resources by turning everything into “World War III.”

“Is that part of your civility?” AEG’s attorney Marvin Putnam asked.

“Excuse me?” replied Panish, quickly adding, “You’re the most uncivil lawyer I’ve ever practiced against.”

A pool of potential jurors who have demonstrated that serving on the trial would not cause them hardship is scheduled to be questioned starting Monday.

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-l ... 9012.story

FOOTNOTE/ CORRECTION on above article: From our Angel On-the-Spot FACT reporter :

– Actually (AEG) Putnam said “Civility”. (Jackson’s) Panish replied, “You don’t even know what that means.”

April 11, 2013 :

– Tally, Total 429. Excused 348. Have 81, not 79. Today we have Panels M, N. 35 each panel. Total 70 today.

– 1 juror from yesterday excused due to family issues. Total from Panel M is 5. Total for Monday stands 85.

– this stage of jury selection is usually done by jury commissioners. Its called “Hardship/Time qualification.“ [Again, it was AEG that wanted this protracted process of jury selection].

– Monetary damages come AFTER the truth behind his murder! Millions file such lawsuits, WHY NOT Michaels Mother/Children? WHY? … Billions of “Civil” suits are filed around the world, that’s why we have “Civil” Courts.

– Judge discussed public access to completed jurors questionnaires. Attorneys looking into which can be made available not containing private info.

– Yesterday Panish had urgent email, bought to judge’s attention regarding AEG not allowing Economies expert in depos to answer questions, an issue which was already resolved. Before Judge could address it, second email stated issue resolved. Don’t know whose expert it was, possibly Jackson’s as they are the ones in depos.

– Just read my notes, it was Jackson’s expert AEG would not allow to answer at depos. Jackson attorney said to the judge, “This is unheard of.” We agree.

– For those asking to purchase court transcripts of trial, approximately 200 pages per day at $1.50 per page. $350 per day. $27,000 whole trial 90 days.

[American “Justice” and Freedom of Information Public Access at it’s “finest”].

– Yesterday Jackson attorney said, “The Estate are trying to seal Jackson’s Summary Judgment Order, Memorandum and Points of Authority” via the Appeals Court.

– There is NO reason for the Estate’s filings with Appeals Court as they contain no medical records.

– 1 prospective juror: “My mind is made up. Throw the book at them” he said. AEG are guilty of wrongful death of Michael Jackson. He was excused.

– Jackson attorney complained to the judge that the defense counsel was sitting in the audience, NOT leaving while jurors were filling in the forms. Attorneys must leave the court when ordered to do so. Judge then ordered dense attorney to sit at the table with the rest of counsel.

– Today we had Panels M and N. Total of 93 perspective jurors after today’s hearing.

– It was another fiery day in court today. The plaintiff Jacksons are not happy with AEG filings most of the documents to be sealed with the Court of Appeals. It’s not fair for the Jacksons because they cannot introduce depositions into evidence. The defense is arguing that it the Estate who are asking for a lot of documents to be sealed. The judge has ordered the Estate of Michael Jackson to appear in court on Monday morning.

– It seems like John Branca is holding up this trial. No doubt he will have his reasons but it is not good for the Jackson family!! … The Estate of Michael Jackson is supposed to benefit the beneficiaries – not harm them. John Branca has an obvious agenda. … John Branca has filed with the Appeals Court to seal the Jackson’s Summary Judgment Order. He should have filed with this court! … hmmm What is Branca trying to hide!!!

– Forgot to mention, Branca is actually trying to seal some depos, Jackson attorney argued, “The public have a right to this information.”

– WHY IS BRANCA SPEAKING UP NOW AGAINST MED RECORDS WHEN HE SAID NOTHING WHEN THEY BROADCAST AUTOPSY PHOTOS [DURING MURRAY TRIAL]?? HE’S PRO-AEG!!

April 12, 2013 :

– We have 4 more prospective jurors for Voir Dire on Monday. That’s 97 total so far.

– I have just stepped out while the jurors are filling in the hardship forms to update you on a hearing we have just had.

The judge is considering lifting the protective order and sealing of documents.

For the Estate we had Patricia Millett on the telephone. Marvin Putnam is not in court, so it was Jessica Stebbins for AEG, and Brian Panish for the Jackson Family.

The Estate are saying they want medical records sealed but, they also want depositions sealed which talk about Michael Jackson’s medical condition. They want depositions talking about Michael’s dental and cosmetic work. But it’s AEG who are producing those depositions because it involves anesthetic. While it’s the Summary Judgment the Jackson attorney is referring to only. And Emails.

Estate states it wants to view depositions in view of sealing more of them.

The judge said Michael’s medical condition is part of the case.

Stebbins is saying there are hundreds of thousands of documents she wants to remain under seal.
Stebbins states she is concerned there are hundreds of emails not connected to the case which may be made public. Emails between AEG officials and others. Evidence which she claims may never be used at trial. She said, “Anything given in discovery is not for the public.”

Stebbins was going round and round in circles, then said, “He [Panish] wants to give it to the press.”

The judge said, “No, he did not say that, the public have a right to these documents.”

Panish said they are trying to hide things. The public have a right to ALL documents, except Medical Records. If the Estate continues to seal depositions it will take 10 days to file a motion to unseal. That case will need to be heard which will delay the trial and this is not how a trial should be run.

One of the depositions to be sealed is of UCLA Medical Center.

The judge is not very happy, “You want to file under seal, then file with Court of Appeals. This is delaying the case by 10 days. It is abusive.”

Hearing will be held on Tuesday, April 16th with all the attorneys present in court to lift protective order on all documents except for medical records.

– We have 104 jurors returning on Monday for Voir Dire. Panels A to E will be called into the courtroom first.

– Jurors will be asked if they are familiar with any of the attorneys or those on the witness list then will be questioned about them. … Jurors with privacy issues will be identified, questioned individually. Experiences with drugs, alcohol, or family members/friends with.

– The remaining jurors Panels F onwards will be dismissed to return Tuesday, 10 am in room 222.

– Monday 9.30 prior to Voir Dire will be discussions on Verdict forms. Jurors questionnaires and Witness list.

– Tuesday prior to Voir Dire will be arguments regarding Unsealing and lifting Protective Order with Estate, AEG and Jackson’s attorneys.

Q&A to give unique insight into Michael Jackson jury pool - McCartney, Associated Press

LOS ANGELES (AP) – When 104 people report for possible jury service on Monday in a lawsuit over Michael Jackson’s untimely death, lawyers for the singer’s mother and the concert promoter she is suing will already know them well.

Each person will have filled out a 123-question, 24-page questionnaire probing their views not only on Jackson and his famous family, but the singer’s life, death, the media and how they feel about multimillion dollar jury verdicts.

It’s taken nearly two weeks to collect the potential jurors, who range from a sitting Superior Court judge to retirees and unemployed job-seekers. On Monday, in-person questioning will begin and offer attorneys their final chance to talk to jurors and have them answer back.

Experts say the process known as voir dire — a French phrase meaning to speak the truth — doesn’t win or lose a case but is essential for both sides to start framing the case for jurors and weed out anyone hostile to their side.

Several potential jurors have been excused for having business ties to AEG, while one person who manages the son of Jackson’s close friend Diana Ross, was also excused.

The written questionnaires in the case will give attorneys on both sides a wealth of information about potential jurors — everything from whether they’ve experienced financial problems to their own experiences with doctors. Some have already requested private meetings to discuss their issues.

[John T. Nockleby, director of the Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles] said judges ideally want a mix of people from different backgrounds, as long as they can hear the case and decide it on the evidence and law. The selection process generally demonstrates the strength of the jury system.

“You realize that here are a lot of very capable citizens who can make judgments about life and death and yes, lots of money,” Nockleby said.


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Crying Michael Jackson Spoke Of How He ‘Couldn’t Forgive’ Dad Joe For Childhood Abuse, Reveals Pal
Michael Jackson wept as he told a close friend how he couldn’t ever forgive his father Joe for years of beatings.

Speaking exclusively to RadarOnline.com, Jason Pfeiffer recalled how the King of Pop confessed to the physical and emotional abuse perpetrated on him by Joe, the music manager who turned his sons into the world famous Jackson 5.

“Michael and I had some very emotional moments talking about our families,” said Pfeiffer, who once worked for the Thriller singer’s Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson Through The Years

“Michael wept as he spoke about how his father whipped him on the back and abused him so much.

“He made out he couldn’t forgive his dad, who he said had made his childhood unbearable.”

But according to Pfeiffer, Jackson — who died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication on June 25, 2009 — would often flip-flop on his views about his father, 78.

PHOTOS: The Jackson Family Arrives To Dr. Conrad Murray’s Trial

Pfeiffer believes it could have been because of Jackson’s use of the powerful painkiller, Demerol.

Said Pfeiffer: “On one occasion, we were talking about his dad and then Joe rang his mobile. Michael talked with him, calmly and politely, forgetting all he had said to me. It was so odd.”

He added the Beat It pop star, who died at age 50, rarely spoke about his brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon or Randy.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson Performing

“I got a sense he didn’t like them,” said Pfeiffer.

During his life, Jackson claimed that from a young age he was physically and emotionally abused by Joe, enduring long and incessant rehearsals, whippings and name-calling.

In a 2003 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Michael recounted how Joe once sat in a chair with a belt in his hand as Michael and his siblings rehearsed.

“If you didn’t do it the right way, he would tear you up, really get you,” he told Winfrey.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson’s Kids Star In Tribute Concert

In another altercation — later recalled by Marlon — Joe held Michael upside down by one leg and “pummeled him over and over again with his hand, hitting him on his back and buttocks.”

When Joe spoke to Winfrey after Michael’s death in 2010, he admitted using the strap on his nine children until his wife Katherine stepped in.

“I don’t (regret the beatings),” he said. “It kept them out of jail and kept them right.”

As RadarOnline.com revealed Tuesday, a slurring Jackson left a secret voicemail for Pfeiffer just seven weeks before his death, in which he pleaded with his pal to help him find a doctor.

Jackson — sounding almost unrecognizable from his voice of a generation — begged Pfeiffer to call him back on May 3, 2009 at around 11:06 a.m.

“It’s Michael. Err, I can’t find Klein,” said Jackson. “Um, I have a problem in the groin area, and I don’t want to say this on the phone… inflamed area there, um, on a private… I don’t want to say this on the phone. Get him to call me please.”

After a brief pause, the legendary singer murmured: “Thank you. Right away. Bye bye.”

Pfeiffer has met with lawyers for AEG and is prepared to testify in support of the concert promoter which is preparing to defend itself against the Jackson family, who has filed a $40 billion wrongful death suit.

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Crying Michael Jackson Spoke Of How He ‘Couldn’t Forgive’ Dad Joe For Childhood Abuse, Reveals Pal
Michael Jackson wept as he told a close friend how he couldn’t ever forgive his father Joe for years of beatings.

Speaking exclusively to RadarOnline.com, Jason Pfeiffer recalled how the King of Pop confessed to the physical and emotional abuse perpetrated on him by Joe, the music manager who turned his sons into the world famous Jackson 5.

“Michael and I had some very emotional moments talking about our families,” said Pfeiffer, who once worked for the Thriller singer’s Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Arnold Klein.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson Through The Years

“Michael wept as he spoke about how his father whipped him on the back and abused him so much.

“He made out he couldn’t forgive his dad, who he said had made his childhood unbearable.”

But according to Pfeiffer, Jackson — who died of acute propofol and benzodiazepine intoxication on June 25, 2009 — would often flip-flop on his views about his father, 78.

PHOTOS: The Jackson Family Arrives To Dr. Conrad Murray’s Trial

Pfeiffer believes it could have been because of Jackson’s use of the powerful painkiller, Demerol.

Said Pfeiffer: “On one occasion, we were talking about his dad and then Joe rang his mobile. Michael talked with him, calmly and politely, forgetting all he had said to me. It was so odd.”

He added the Beat It pop star, who died at age 50, rarely spoke about his brothers Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon or Randy.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson Performing

“I got a sense he didn’t like them,” said Pfeiffer.

During his life, Jackson claimed that from a young age he was physically and emotionally abused by Joe, enduring long and incessant rehearsals, whippings and name-calling.

In a 2003 interview with Oprah Winfrey, Michael recounted how Joe once sat in a chair with a belt in his hand as Michael and his siblings rehearsed.

“If you didn’t do it the right way, he would tear you up, really get you,” he told Winfrey.

PHOTOS: Michael Jackson’s Kids Star In Tribute Concert

In another altercation — later recalled by Marlon — Joe held Michael upside down by one leg and “pummeled him over and over again with his hand, hitting him on his back and buttocks.”

When Joe spoke to Winfrey after Michael’s death in 2010, he admitted using the strap on his nine children until his wife Katherine stepped in.

“I don’t (regret the beatings),” he said. “It kept them out of jail and kept them right.”

As RadarOnline.com revealed Tuesday, a slurring Jackson left a secret voicemail for Pfeiffer just seven weeks before his death, in which he pleaded with his pal to help him find a doctor.

Jackson — sounding almost unrecognizable from his voice of a generation — begged Pfeiffer to call him back on May 3, 2009 at around 11:06 a.m.

“It’s Michael. Err, I can’t find Klein,” said Jackson. “Um, I have a problem in the groin area, and I don’t want to say this on the phone… inflamed area there, um, on a private… I don’t want to say this on the phone. Get him to call me please.”

After a brief pause, the legendary singer murmured: “Thank you. Right away. Bye bye.”

Pfeiffer has met with lawyers for AEG and is prepared to testify in support of the concert promoter which is preparing to defend itself against the Jackson family, who has filed a $40 billion wrongful death suit.

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MJ'S MOM Fears Debbie Rowe Will
Blow Lid Off MJ Paternity

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Lawyers for Katherine Jackson have been nosing around ... trying to find out what Debbie Rowe might say under oath about the paternity of the two kids she bore while married to Michael Jackson.

Sources connected to Katherine tell TMZ ... her lawyers have been making a number of inquiries on the eve of the family's wrongful death trial against AEG Live.

We're told lawyers worry Debbie will testify Michael is NOT the biological father of Prince and Paris. TMZ broke the story back in 2009 ... Michael indeed is not the biological father.

Debbie is on the witness list for both Katherine and AEG Live. AEG has taken Debbie's deposition but -- shockingly -- we've learned AEG never asked Debbie a single question about paternity as it relates to MJ.

As for why Katherine's lawyers are so interested in Debbie's testimony ... she's the one who knows the most about MJ and the paternity, and they're worried AEG may try to prove the kids don't have any legal ties to Michael, which could torpedo their damage claim.

Katherine's lawyers have already filed legal docs asking the judge to exclude any evidence of paternity. The judge has yet to rule on the motion.

In the end, none of this may amount to anything because under California law ... when a woman gives birth while living with her husband, the husband is conclusively presumed to be the father, unless he's sterile or impotent.

Read more: http://www.tmz.com/2013/04/18/katherine ... z2QobzS9x1
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