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Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#921  Сообщение MagicalLove » 21 сен 2013, 12:02

Карен уже столько крови фанатам выпила. И продолжает. icon_angry
Сначала я ее рассматривала, как такой отрицательно - отрезвляющий персонаж icon_resting , чтобы знающие особо не расслаблялись и чтобы был противовес, но потом эту версию отмела, когда она ръяно начала все нижнее белье вытряхивать. Но что тогда имеется в виду под этим планом, которым Майкл разрешил поделиться с ними обеими? icon_question
Впрочем, Майклу не привыкать icon_MJred icon_oh_well

P.S. Версия с телохранителями кажется логичной и была у меня с самого начала.
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#922  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 22 сен 2013, 05:41

Testimony concludes in Michael Jackson's wrongful death trial

Katherine Jackson's suit against AEG Live alleges that the concert giant hired Dr. Conrad Murray — who administered a fatal dose of propofol to Michael in June 2009. Closing arguments in the five-month trial are scheduled to begin Tuesday.

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Katherine Jackson, pictured here with Prince Jackson, sued AEG Live for damages above $1 billion, alleging the concert promoter hired Dr. Conrad Murray, who gave Michael Jackson a lethal dose of propofol.

Katherine Jackson rested her months-long, megabucks wrongful death case against concert promoter AEG Live Friday after dropping a bid to show jurors never-before-seen "This Is It" rehearsal footage.
Katherine's lawyers originally wanted to cap the trial that began in April with select outtakes of the King of Pop appearing "slow" and needing help up a ramp in the days before his death, but they backed down when AEG lawyers countered with a request that jurors see all the raw footage from the final rehearsals.

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Jackson had planned a series of comeback concerts, but died before the shows in London began.

"We just weighed the options of what (AEG lawyers) were going to do in response and how that would delay the close of the trial," Kevin Boyle told the Daily News, explaining the reversal.

Closing arguments in the five-month trial, in which is suing for more than $1 billion in damages, are now scheduled to begin Tuesday.

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Jackson died in June 2009.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#923  Сообщение Trueamore » 22 сен 2013, 21:14

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/wir ... e-20335222

What If Michael Jackson Was Still Alive?

If Michael Jackson was/were still alive today, he would have just celebrated his 55th birthday and the world would know the outcome of his comeback efforts. He might be embarking on a new career in filmmaking and probably would be nudging his eldest son in the same direction.

As a trial pursued by the singer's mother against the promoters of Jackson's planned comeback concerts draws to a close, jurors may soon be considering intriguing what-ifs had the King of Pop lived.

Throughout the trial, which has spanned 21 weeks and more than 50 witnesses, the panel of six men and six women has heard evidence about Jackson's ambitions and his undisputed devotion for his three children and mother. If jurors determine that AEG Live LLC is liable for Jackson's death, the group will then have to decide how much to compensate the singer's three children and his mother for the loss of a loving father and an entertainer potentially capable of earning tens of millions of dollars a year.

In order to award Jackson's family any money, the panel would have to determine that AEG Live hired the doctor convicted of administering an overdose of the anesthetic propofol in June 2009. AEG denies it hired former cardiologist Conrad Murray or bears any responsibility for Jackson's death. The company's lawyers point to evidence that Murray treated Jackson for years before preparations for the "This Is It" shows began and testimony that the singer was secretive about his medical care.

Yet whether or not the jury will need to determine compensation for Jackson's family, the trial has revealed new details about the superstar's post-tour plans.

Witnesses have described the entertainer's interest in another career as a filmmaker after wrapping up his "This Is It" shows, which were slated to begin in July 2009. The singer's contract included provisions for a worldwide tour after the singer completed a run of 50 shows planned at London's O2 Arena, but AEG executives say the global shows weren't a certainty.

Experts hired by Jackson's mother have testified Jackson could have earned a billion dollars or more on a worldwide tour, a figure that defense experts have attacked as speculative and far in excess of earnings from the singer's previous tours.

Jackson's success or failure during the "This Is It" shows would have determined his future course. By many witnesses' accounts, including his son Prince and a trusted nephew, Jackson was eyeing a second career as a filmmaker. He considered his long-form music videos such as "Thriller" and "Remember the Time" as films, but was eyeing even bigger projects on Egypt's King Tut and a Chicago gangster film

Prince Jackson, 16, recalled during the trial that his father would often show him films twice — the first time with the sound off so that they could analyze shots together. The teenager still has aspirations in show business and told jurors he is considering film school, a decision his father might have steered him toward if he was alive.

The singer suggested to his nephew Taj that he study filmmaking as well, urging him to focus on 3-D technologies that hadn't yet become mainstream in 2009. "He just loved the technology and he wanted to do something groundbreaking with it," Taj said. He said his uncle talked about working with famous directors and about doing movies based on some of his hits, including "Smooth Criminal."

Jackson's devotion to his three children has been a major focus of the trial. The entertainer closely guarded their privacy and often had them wear masks while in public. Since their father's death, Prince, Paris and Blanket have become household names and their faces are now well-known.

The children now live with Katherine Jackson and are supported by their father's estate, which has successfully erased the singer's sizable debts and have kept interest for his music high. But their father's death has taken away the children's primary caregiver and a father who by all accounts during the trial sought to bring his children happiness and instill in them a sense that they should help others.

The family's attorneys haven't told the jury how much they're asking for the loss of Michael Jackson, yet they could reveal a suggested amount during closing arguments, set to begin Tuesday.

Attorneys and experts hired by AEG Live have presented a different version of Jackson's long-term prospects throughout the trial, showing evidence that the singer was deep in debt and sought out the anesthetic that eventually killed him in the months before his death.

Jackson was on the brink of losing his signature asset, his stake in the Sony-ATV music catalog that includes songs by The Beatles and other top acts, the company's experts told the jury. The singer's medical care has also been thoroughly detailed throughout the trial and it has revealed new information about Jackson's relationship with Murray.

The former cardiologist accompanied Jackson to a 2007 medical appointment in Las Vegas and paid for the cosmetic procedure, a doctor who treated Jackson recalled in testimony. AEG's attorneys have argued that Murray was Jackson's personal doctor and the company was merely advancing the physician's $150,000 a month fee to work on the "This Is It" shows.

It will take at least nine jurors to agree that AEG indeed hired Murray if the panel is to then consider the what-ifs of Michael Jackson's ambitions.


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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#924  Сообщение tamaraki » 23 сен 2013, 12:45

MagicalLove писал(а):Вот такой очень интересный коммент нашла в тех же твиттах:

The doc talked about the plan he wrote to help MJ sleep. He said MJ gave permission for him to share plan w/ Rowe, Faye and security guards

Доктор говорил о плане, который он написал чтобы помочь Майклу со сном. Он сказал, что Майкл дал ему разрешение поделиться планом с Роу, Фэй и телохранителями.

Что, вышеупомянутые в теме? И Фэй тоже? icon_scared icon_scared

а можно источник этого коммента, icon_question не думала, что САМ док мог придумать план icon_passout

и не вижу ничего удивительного, что Фей в теме, icon_susp для меня она ещё с самого начала там, да и в гробу его видела, марафетила, укладывала и во время фанского траура многие жаркие секреты рассказывала....... icon_embarrassed одним словом "убивалась от горя".

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#925  Сообщение MagicalLove » 23 сен 2013, 13:59

tamaraki писал(а):а можно источник этого коммента, icon_question не думала, что САМ док мог придумать план icon_passout

MagicalLove писал(а):нашла в тех же твиттах:

ABC7 Court News ‏@ABC7Courts heyy
tamaraki писал(а):и не вижу ничего удивительного, что Фей в теме, icon_susp для меня она ещё с самого начала там, да и в гробу его видела, марафетила, укладывала и во время фанского траура многие жаркие секреты рассказывала....... icon_embarrassed одним словом "убивалась от горя".

Тоже так думала. Но к чему так сгущать краски?Сыграла свою партию - отошла в сторону. Но ее душещипательные некрофильские твиты продолжаются по сей день. К чему Майклу сердца фанов так рвать? icon_question Наоборот должно наверное быть. Слабые морально и свихнуться могут, или еще чего похуже icon_scared icon_oh_well
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#926  Сообщение Olenca » 23 сен 2013, 16:51

Сначала я тоже думала, что Фей в теме. Но сейчас уже сильно в этом сомневаюсь. Может, она рассказывала о том, как гримировала его "в последний путь" исключительно ради своих интересов. А может, ее и попросили так сказать по какой-то другой причине. Фиг знает...мне кажется, вряд ли стали бы ее посвящать в такие дела. Мягко говоря, она не слишком надежный человек.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#927  Сообщение Admin » 23 сен 2013, 22:57

AEG opposes bigger courtroom for closing arguments in Jackson case

Lawyers for AEG Live have reportedly hit out at plans to move the final stages of the much previously reported Jacksons v AEG legal battle into a bigger court room to accommodate more press.
The legal squabble between the Jackson family and the live giant, in which the former claim the latter should be held liable for the 2009 death of Michael Jackson, reaches its very final furlong this week.
So far the long-running legal battle has occurred in a relatively small LA courtroom, limiting the number of journalists allowed to watch the proceedings. That, coupled with a ban on TV cameras, as arguably contributed to there being less of a media circus around this trial, despite some juicy revelations and testimonies, especially during the case for the Jacksons.
Seemingly court authorities have decided that for closing arguments a bigger courtroom will be used to accommodate more of the press, but AEG’s legal team argues that a sudden increased media presence could influence jurors, as well as putting more emphasis than there should be on closing arguments.
According to RadarOnline.com, Team AEG last week filed a motion with the court that said: “Counsel for defendants were quite startled – and concerned – when the court informed the parties that the court intended to conduct closing arguments in the large courtroom, rather than in [the room] where the entire trial has been held. We write to ask the court to reconsider [because] the conspicuous increase in media presence that will necessarily accompany the move could have a substantial and prejudicial effect on the jury”.
As a compromise AEG has seemingly suggested that the final stage proceedings of the case be screened in another room for journalists. It remains to be seen what happens.

- See more at: http://www.thecmuwebsite.com/article/ae ... JJSS3.dpuf
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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#928  Сообщение Admin » 23 сен 2013, 23:06

Присяжные слушают правовые предписания в деле Джексонов - AEG
Jurors hear legal instructions in Jackson-AEG suit

By LINDA DEUTSCH, Associated Press


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jurors in the negligence lawsuit by Michael Jackson’s mother against concert giant AEG Live LLC have heard legal instructions from a judge on the eve of final arguments in the 21-week trial.

Jury members listened Monday to a half hour of instructions on how to evaluate evidence and witnesses. The judge told them that everyone has biases but they must not be swayed by prejudice, sympathy or public opinion. Nor can they consider the wealth of the parties.

Their big decision will be whether the concert promoter was negligent in hiring and supervising Dr. Conrad Murray. AEG claims it did not hire Murray, who was chosen by the singer. Katherine Jackson’s lawyers say AEG drafted Murray’s contract.

A unanimous verdict is not required; Only nine jurors must agree.

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#929  Сообщение franklin5569 » 24 сен 2013, 00:29

this trial stuff is so crazy, and i have a strange feeling ms. jackson is about to get richer. since she only needs 9 jurors to agree.. what ya think? icon_secret icon_mjwhite

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Re: Кэтрин Джексон против AEG Live

#930  Сообщение Liberian Girl » 24 сен 2013, 04:04

Michael Jackson wrongful death trial moves closer to verdict

After nearly five months of testimony, much of it focused on the mental and physical health of one of the world’s most celebrated entertainers, the Michael Jackson wrongful death case moved closer to a verdict Monday as the judge read her instructions to jurors.

The Jackson family’s attorneys will give their closing arguments Tuesday, followed the next day by lawyers for concert producer and promoter AEG. On Thursday, the Jacksons’ lawyers will do their rebuttal.

After that, the case will be in the hands of the jurors.

Because of the expected media crush, final arguments have been moved to a much larger courtroom, one that holds more than 300 people. The courtroom where the trial played out holds about 50 people, and at one point the fire marshal forced the court to reduce the number of spectators.

Jurors are being asked to decide whether AEG, which was promoting what was to be Jackson’s 2009 comeback concerts, is responsible for the singer’s death.

Jackson’s mother and three children sued the entertainment firm, saying it negligently hired Conrad Murray, the Las Vegas doctor who administered a fatal dose of the anesthetic propofol to help Jackson sleep. At the time, Jackson was rehearsing for a 50-concert engagement in London, possibly to be followed by a worldwide tour.

AEG argues that Murray worked for Jackson and that any money it was supposed to pay the physician was actually an advance to the singer.

“Our claim is why would AEG want a contract with Dr. Murray if they didn’t want some control over him,” Jackson attorney Kevin Boyle said outside the courtroom.

AEG negotiated Murray’s $150,000 a month deal, and neither Jackson nor his representatives saw a draft of the contract. Murray signed the contract the day before Jackson died in June 2009, but his is the only signature on the contract.

Murray, who gave Jackson the anesthetic at the singer’s rented Holmby Hills mansion, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and is serving a jail sentence. He invoked his 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination when asked to give a deposition in the wrongful death case, Boyle said, and did not testify.

Unlike a criminal case, the jury does not have to find beyond a reasonable doubt, “only that it is more likely to be true than not true,” Judge Yvette Palazuelos told jurors. Also unlike a criminal trial, the verdict does not have to be unanimous, only 9 to 3.

AEG attorney Marvin Putnam said the Jacksons have no proof to back up their case.

“This has never been anything other than a shakedown,” he said.

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