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Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

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#311  Сообщение Admin » 30 апр 2013, 17:37

Jacksons vs AEG - Day 1 - April 29 2013 – Summary - Part 2

AEG Opening Statement

AEG's lawyer Putnam said AEG has no choice and they will "show some ugly stuff" because AEG must defend itself from the accusations (CNN)

Putnam told the jury to look at the evidence, what it actually says. "This case is about the choices we make; and the responsibilities"(ABC7).

Putnam: evidence is going to show public MJ was very different from private MJ. MJ erected a wall between him and his family, staff. MJ kept his public and private life separated. He had 40 years to perfect that; he learned very well the cost of being exposed (ABC7)

AEG’s lawyer Putnam said MJ’s private life became known after he died. AEG lawyer says MJ’s guarded private life meant the company was unaware that he was using Propofol (AP).
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"AEG knew nothing about this decade-long propofol use," Putnam said. "They were a concert promoter. How could they know?" (CNN)

Putnam says the company didn't have access to information shared between Jackson and his doctors. AEG’s lawyer Putnam said physician-patient confidentiality kept MJ’s reliance on propofol from becoming publicly known (AP).

Putnam said this also included Murray "He (Murray) couldn't tell anyone about the propofol use” (AP).

AEG lawyer Putnam said there was a public Jackson and a private Jackson, where his secrets were concealed (LATimes)

"The truth is, Michael Jackson fooled everyone," Putnam said. "He made sure that no one, nobody, knew his deepest darkest secrets." (AP & ABC)

AEG Lawyer Putnam: "The public Michael Jackson was very different from the private Michael Jackson. He erected a wall between himself and his family. Even his family wasn't sure what was going on at the house. He kept those who might have been able help him at a distance...AEG, like everyone else, was an outsider. They had no idea. [The propofol use] was going on behind locked doors. As with Mr. Jackson's life, his death was anything but typical." (EOnline)

Putnam: "Mr. Jackson got very, very, good at hiding his addiction. He didn't let anyone see it. Not his staff, not his children. This was the private Michael Jackson." (AP).

MJ’s ability to keep his private side private meant AEG could not see any red Putnam said "They (AEG) didn't see this coming. They (AEG) had no idea." (CNN).

AEG’s lawyer Putnam said Jackson family members will testify about their failed attempts at intervention and their lack of knowledge about what was happening.

"Even his family wasn't sure what was going on at time. They tried intervention and failed. Why? Because MJ was an addicted," said Putnam (ABC7)

Putnam: "If they didn't know what was going on, how could someone else think there was even a problem," (CNN).

Putnam showed jury MJ rehearsing “They Don’t Care About Us.” For This is it. Putnam said AEG executives watched MJ’s TDCAU performance.(AP) AEG’s lawyer argued MJ was amazing, attentive, great performance (ABC7) Putnam: ““He died two days later. That’s what you saw in public.” (AP)

Putnam mentioned the days after MJ’s death. Putnam said it took 2 months to find out what caused MJ's death. MJ had died of overdose of something called Propofol.(ABC7). AEG’s lawyer Putnam urged the jurors to remember that Propofol killed MJ. Putnam told jury they should distinguish between MJ’s painkiller abuse and his abuse of propofol (AP).

AEG’s lawyer Putnam: "One thing became very, very clear. While the world may not have heard of propofol, Mr. Jackson certainly had. The evidence is going to show you that he had been using that drug for years and years." (AP)

Putnam said that everyone knew MJ abused painkillers, since Michael announced it in 1993, ended the tour and entered rehab but AEG didn’t know about MJ’s decade-long Propofol use (ABC7).

Putnam said sometime in 1990s MJ began using Propofol. This was a big secret, so secret no one knew, not even his doctors.( ABC7).

AEG’s lawyer Putnam said jurors will hear from Debbie Rowe, who would tell them that Jackson used the anesthetic in the 1990s (AP). Debbie Rowe, will testify that she assisted in administering propofol to Jackson in the 1990s when she was a nurse. She saw several doctors put Mr. Jackson to sleep in hotel rooms while on tour," he said, including in Munich, London, Paris (CNN).

In 2007, Putnam says MJ approached AEG with the idea for a come back. But he decided he wasn't ready. In 2008, MJ approached AEG again. He was now prepared to go forward, Putnam said, even though he hadn't toured for about a decade. (ABC7)

Putnam mentioned Michael’s finances, his lavish spending and he was spending more than he was making. MJ was almost in $400 Million debt when he died (AP & ABC7)

“This is not a financial difficulty. $400 million is terrifying,” Putnam said. “And AEG didn’t know that.” (AP).

MJ had to bring in some money, Putnam said, so he had to go back Mas do what MJ does best: perform. There was no performer like MJ (ABC7)

AEG’s lawyer Putnam also mentioned Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware to the jury. Putnam said Gongaware made travel arrangements for Jackson’s “Dangerous” tour, but not a bigwig on tour(AP).

Putnam also tells jurors that contract between AEG and Jackson didn't require him to show up to rehearsals. The issue of when Jackson rehearsed was between him and his creative team, i.e. Kenny Ortega. Putnam says “These agreements are never about going to rehearsal, they’re about shows.” (AP)

Putnam described for the jury how a concert happens. The producers advance money so the artist can put the show on the road. Once show is in full swing, the artist pays back the producers and they split the profits. MJ was to get 90% and AEG 10%, Putnam said (ABC7) Production advances, to cover mutually-agreed production costs was $7.5 million, Putnam told the jurors, saying it was MJ who choose the staff. (ABC7)

In February 09, MJ was required to do a physical exam in order to get non-appearance insurance. Putnam said MJ was seen by a doctor selected by the insurance firm and that doctor determined MJ was healthy, no sign if drug use (ABC7).

Putnam says MJ told Gongaware he was going to bring his personal doctor Conrad Murray to the tour with him(ABC7)

AEG’s lawyer Putnam showed the jury contract of Murray and stated that Murray signed June 14th version but MJ did not. Putnam explains the jurors how money on the tour worked -- some talent, staffers paid in advance against Jackson’s payments. Murray’s payments would have come out of Jackson’s payments for “This Is It” tour, Putnam tells jury. (AP)

AEG’s Lawyer Putnam: It was not AEG's choice who Mr. Jackson's doctor is. It's a personal choice by Mr. Jackson and he chose Dr. Murray (ABC7)

Putnam, said Murray was MJ's choice and that AEG executives didn't understand why the singer wanted to bring him to London, where there were any number of excellent doctors. (LATimes)

Putnam said Murray worked for MJ and that the $150,000 a month that AEG was supposed to pay him was an advance to MJ, just as it had advanced him funds to pay for other production costs and his rented mansion in Holmby Hills.(LATimes) MJ expected AEG to assume the payment for Dr. Murray just like he did with everyone else.(ABC7)
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Putnam plays a portion of Murray’s interview with the detectives after MJ’s death (AP).

When asked by detectives after MJ’s death Murray replied “I am an employee for Michael Jackson but paid through AEG. Does that help you?” (LATimes)

Putnam told jury that LAPD interview shows Murray considered himself an employee of Jackson (AP). AEG budgeted Murray’s payments but never paid him (ABC7) "AEG Live never paid Dr. Murray anything, ever," (CNN).

Putnam called Jackson an addict and said the company shouldn't be held responsible for his death. (AP) Putnam went back to the addiction to painkillers issue again.

He said MJ would get minor cosmetic or dental procedures and get the drugs (ABC7) Putnam told jury after MJ’s 1993 rehab announcement MJ concealed his painkiller addiction. At one point, Putnam showed a slide labeled “Doctor Shopping” that featured 45 doctors or medical professionals who AEG says treated MJ.(AP) Defense mentioned various doctors who say Jackson asked for propofol, including Dr. Metzger and Cherilyn Lee.(AP)

Putnam said MJ was very secretive even with his own doctors. He wouldn't tell one doctor about what the other doctor was doing (ABC7) Putnam said MJ resisted all attempts to get help. Family tried interventions, he turned down rehab and denied he had any addiction.(ABC7)

Putnam said he wasn't going to talk about damages, because he said he didn't believe there were any. But then he showed info showing that Katherine Jackson's attorneys gave gave AEG estimating $40.2 billion in damages. (AP)

Putnam showed the floor plan of MJ's house. He said no one was allowed in MJ's bedroom, not even the housekeepers. Only Dr. Murray. Putnam said that at night MJ would lock his bedroom's door so no one had access to the room. He said it wasn't for AEG to look into Murray (ABC7).

"This case is about the choices that we make and the personal responsibilities that go with that," countered AEG attorney Putnam in his opening statement. Putnam stated MJ was using propofol as a sleep aid "behind locked doors." (EOnline)

At the end, Putnam urged the jurors to wait until they hear all the evidence from both sides before making a judgment. (ABC7 & AP).

AEG lawyer Putnam talking about MJ’s decision to be treated by Murray said: "This case is about personal choices. Also, it was about his personal responsibility. There's no question that Michael Jackson's death was a terrible tragedy.” (AP)

Putnam ended his opening statements saying: "I believe the evidence will show it was not a tragedy of AEG Live's making," (AP & ABC7)

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#312  Сообщение Admin » 30 апр 2013, 18:03

"The truth is, Michael Jackson fooled everyone," Putnam said.
" Правда в том, что Майкл Джексон всех одурачил " - сказал Патнам
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#313  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 20:13

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#314  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 20:15

Первый свидетель со стороны истца - детектив полиции ЛА Орландо Мартинез,который первым брал интервью у Мюррея в 2009.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#315  Сообщение Hista » 30 апр 2013, 20:42

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#316  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 21:19

http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-m ... 6412.story

Public vies for seats in Michael Jackson-AEG wrongful death trial

Want a chance to sit in on the Michael Jackson-AEG trial going on this week? Pick a number.

The civil trial over the Jackson family’s claim that concert promoter Anschutz Entertainment Group was responsible for the singer’s death in 2009 continues Tuesday, with limited seating for the public.

On Monday, about a dozen Jackson supporters vied for two available seats to the public through a lottery system.

One seat went to Samantha De Gosson, a 38-year-old photographer from Pasadena, who said the opportunity was bittersweet.

"I'm happy I can go in, but not looking forward about what's going to be said," she said. "This is a trial where Michael Jackson will be thrown under the bus by both parties. It's not really about justice. It's about who's going to make money."

A lawyer for Michael Jackson's family said Monday that as the singer's highly anticipated comeback shows approached, promoter AEG was so desperate to become No. 1 in the concert industry that its executives ruthlessly pushed the pop star to perform, with little regard for his health.

In his opening statement, Brian Panish, who represents Jackson's mother and three children, told the jury that Anschutz Entertainment Group was willing to do whatever it took to catch up to its competitor, Live Nation.

"AEG had a problem, and they wanted to fix it," he said. "They didn't care who got lost in the wash."

But AEG's attorneys countered that it was Jackson who initially wanted to perform again because he was deeply in debt and insisted on hiring Dr. Conrad Murray.
Murray administered the fatal dose of propofol that killed the singer on June 25, 2009, shortly before he was scheduled to appear in a series of shows in London. Murray was later convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

"This case is about the choices we make and the personal responsibility that comes with them," said defense attorney Marvin Putnam.

Putnam also said the trial would lift the veil on Jackson's private persona.

"We are going to show some ugly stuff," he warned.

The lawsuit pits Jackson's family against an entertainment conglomerate with deep pockets and a strong foothold in Los Angeles. It is expected to last four months and could put the late singer's eccentric lifestyle in the spotlight. Jackson fans from as far away as Italy showed up for a chance to win one of two seats in the courtroom.

Filed in 2010 by Jackson's mother, Katherine, and his children Prince, Paris and Blanket, the suit accuses AEG's concert and promotions arm, along with executives Randy Phillips and Paul Gongaware, of negligently hiring and controlling Murray.

Panish began his opening statement by talking about the pop star's addiction to prescription drugs, which began after he suffered burns making a Pepsi commercial in 1984. He described Murray as a financially strapped doctor susceptible to pressure because he was behind on child support payments and in danger of losing his Las Vegas home to foreclosure.

But it was AEG, Panish said, who was ultimately responsible for the music legend's 2009 death. Panish said experts will testify that the economic loss from Jackson's death was $1.5 billion.

"Michael had a problem, Dr. Murray had a problem and AEG had a problem," Panish told the jury of six men and six women. "You know what AEG's problem was? They were not No. 1 in the concert business but they wanted to be."

AEG, however, said that although it was common knowledge that Jackson had abused prescription painkillers, company officials were unaware he used propofol.

"It wasn't painkillers that killed Michael Jackson; propofol killed Michael Jackson," Putnam said.



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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#317  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 21:56

Первым вызвали парамедика Сенефа


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AEG Attorneys don't want Jackson family in court if they are to called at witness, Only KJ. only one can stay with Mrs Jackson for support

Адвокаты АЕГ не хотят,чтобы Джексоны присутствовали в суде,если они будут вызваны в качестве свидетелей.Только Кэтрин и кто-нибудь для ее поддержки.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#318  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 22:42

ItsBlackItsWhite ‏@ItsBlackItsWite 39m
Senneff :"thought perhaps this was a hospice patient He looked like someone who was at the end stage of a long disease process," he said.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#319  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 22:47

http://edition.cnn.com/2013/04/30/showb ... ar_twitter

Judge limits Jackson siblings' attendance at wrongful death trial

Just one of Michael Jackson's brothers and sisters can sit in the courtroom at one time in the family's wrongful death suit against AEG Live, a judge ordered Tuesday.

AEG Live lawyers argued at the start of the second day of the trial that there was "a risk in allowing any of them in the courtroom."

AEG expects to call Janet, Jermaine, Jackie, Tito, La Toya, Rebbie and Randy Jackson as witnesses in its defense. Only Jackson brother Marlon is not on the defense witness list.

AEG lawyer Marvin Putnam said in his opening statement Monday that Jackson family members will testify about their failed attempts to intervene with Michael Jackson's drug addiction and their lack of knowledge about what was happening.

The defense lawyers asked that Randy Jackson, the only one attending the trial Tuesday with his 82-year-old mother, Katherine Jackson, be booted from court.

After that, Jackson lawyer Brian Panish told the judge that Katherine Jackson, who can stay in court since she is a plaintiff, needed one of her children to sit with her each day.

"He can remain, but you cannot have five in the courtroom," Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Yvette Palazuelos said.

Randy and Rebbie Jackson attended court Monday, the trial's opening day. All of the brothers and sisters attended the 2011 criminal trial of Dr. Conrad Murray at various times.

Having members of the famous entertainment family in court could influence the jury, as their seats are just a few feet away from the jury box in the small Los Angeles courtroom.

The first witness called Tuesday was Richard Senneff, one of the Los Angeles County paramedics who responded to the 911 call to Michael Jackson's home on June 25, 2009.

Senneff mostly repeated the testimony he gave as one of the first witnesses in the Murray trial, describing how he initially "thought perhaps this was a hospice patient."

"He looked like someone who was at the end stage of a long disease process," he said.

"No, no, this just happened," Murray told him, Senneff said.

Jackson was not breathing and appeared to be dead, he said.

Los Angeles Police Detective Orlando Martinez, who initially investigated Jackson's death, is scheduled to be the second witness.

Michael Jackson's mother and three children are suing AEG Live, the promoter of his planned comeback concerts, saying the company's executives were liable in his death because they hired, retained and supervised Murray.

Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and received four years in prison, a sentence he is serving in a Los Angeles County jail.

AEG says Murray was hired and supervised by Jackson, whom they blame for making bad choices because of his drug addiction.

The coroner ruled Jackson died from a fatal combination of the surgical anesthetic propofol and sedatives, which prosecutors said Murray administered in an effort to help Jackson sleep.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#320  Сообщение Trueamore » 30 апр 2013, 23:16

http://www.twitlonger.com/show/n_1rk25fd

@MJJJusticePrjct @RachaelFergson @lmt4mj " I never prescribed him any drugs for insomnia and I was in his house on many occasions and I’ve never seen any drugs in his house."~ Dr. Patrick Treacy, MJ´s physician when he was in Ireland

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Доктор Патрик Трейси :" Я никогда не выписывал ему никаких лекарств от бессонницы;я часто бывал в его доме и никогда не видел никаких наркотиков ".

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