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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

Intellectual Property & Music Business

WHEN MJ SPOKE HIS MIND AT THE NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK

When Michael Jackson appeared at the National Action Network in Harlem with Al Sharpton’s, he was trying to let people know how the music industry was hopelessly corrupt. He blamed them, described the recording industry as racist, and denounced the injustice against artists, dead and alive. At that time, it was not just Michael Jackson… Continue reading WHEN MJ SPOKE HIS MIND AT THE NATIONAL ACTION NETWORK

Intellectual Property & Music Business

JACKSON’ JOINT VENTURES, MASTER RECORDING AND “SONY SUCKS”

  The above excerpt represents the beginning of Jackson's Invincible album promotion that meant the opening of the poisonous Pandora’s box between Sony Music and Michael Jackson Corp. An amendment in Sony ATV Operating Agreement dated 2000 related to section 7.9, the Put Option. The value has been increased by 45 million dollars, bringing the… Continue reading JACKSON’ JOINT VENTURES, MASTER RECORDING AND “SONY SUCKS”