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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

Media Lies & Manipulations

WELCOME TO THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: CROOKS, CHARLATANS, IMPOSTORS

"Word of mouth is the best publicity. Nothing beats it". And considering the countless passages of Michael Jackson's financial papers in so many hands and in such a short time, I feel having to start beginning the story in a fairy tale fashion. 'Once upon a time' Prescient, together with Perfect Circle, contacted Copper Beech… Continue reading WELCOME TO THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD: CROOKS, CHARLATANS, IMPOSTORS

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MJ:”SOMETIMES PEOPLE DO THINGS BEYOND THE SCOPE OF WHAT I TELL THEM TO DO”

On January 16, 2004, his formal arraignment drew a horde of news media and in Santa Barbara County. The press did not cease to put their nose in his business and in what they called "his mysterious finances." Depending on the source, Jackson was either spending his way into bankruptcy or presiding over wealthy music… Continue reading MJ:”SOMETIMES PEOPLE DO THINGS BEYOND THE SCOPE OF WHAT I TELL THEM TO DO”

Intellectual Property & Music Business

MICHAEL JACKSON: NOT TO TRUST EVERYBODY IN THE RECORD INDUSTRY

  The 2002 scenario marked the public back and forth of the war and the problems between MJ, Sony, and CEO Tommy Mottola. MJ words on Mottola speak alone. There is no need to comment any further, primarily because it must not be forgotten that Mr. Mottola was a hired man at the end of… Continue reading MICHAEL JACKSON: NOT TO TRUST EVERYBODY IN THE RECORD INDUSTRY

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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