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NEVERLAND IS SOLD, BUT IT WILL ALWAYS BE PART OF MICHAEL JACKSON’S HISTORY

The sale of Neverland - the historic home owned by Michael Jackson - caused quite a stir in the news. At the point that even the Wall Street Journal published an article. US businessman Ron Buckle, the majority shareholder of Soho House, the private restaurant and club chain, bought Sycamore Valley Ranch - for $… Continue reading NEVERLAND IS SOLD, BUT IT WILL ALWAYS BE PART OF MICHAEL JACKSON’S HISTORY

Media Lies & Manipulations

FAKE NEWS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSON: THE 2006 “NEW YORK TIME” ARTICLE

In the era of full-blown fake news, even newspapers that were once defined as serious have invented whole phone calls out of thin air and script false and groundless dialogues, from eating garlic for treatment to 5G as sources of contagion from covid. Writing and spreading falsehoods to discredit a political force or a character… Continue reading FAKE NEWS ABOUT MICHAEL JACKSON: THE 2006 “NEW YORK TIME” ARTICLE

Media Lies & Manipulations

DAN REED BAITING THE JACKSON FANBASE IN A DESPERATE NEED FOR ATTENTION

Hear ye, hear ye: Dan Reed put on notice the Michael Jackson community, given the new twitter provisions. It was probably a mere attempt to raise his profile traffic on twitter or looking a loophole to find a way to be interviewed and spread awareness of how many Mr. & Mrs. Looney there are in… Continue reading DAN REED BAITING THE JACKSON FANBASE IN A DESPERATE NEED FOR ATTENTION

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MICHAEL JACKSON MIGHT HAVE WANTED TO SELL SONY/ATV. BUT NOT TO SONY

On May 25, 2005, Michael went to court, along with his parents, to listen to Chris Tucker's cross-examination. Meanwhile, the two trusts created by Fortress for the specific acquisition of Bank Of America was processing plenty of documents. MJ's loans with Bank of America were an investment deal at ten years, both expiring in December… Continue reading MICHAEL JACKSON MIGHT HAVE WANTED TO SELL SONY/ATV. BUT NOT TO SONY

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MICHAEL JACKSON’S 2005 VINDICATION DAY: A RETROSPECTIVE

Sneddon’s case against Michael Jackson was bulls-it. That was the logical conclusion of a brilliant journalist such as Matt Taibbi. However, the few articles that evenly reported the Michael Jackson 2005 trial drowned down in a slime of packed lies.  Actually, the havoc, the shame, the scam should have been debited to the Californian Legal System,… Continue reading MICHAEL JACKSON’S 2005 VINDICATION DAY: A RETROSPECTIVE