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Tuesday, August 21, 2012 | 6:56 AM | 0 Comments

Janet Jackson Still Fighting To Change Michael Jackson's Will

Janet Jackson's management team has made it clear in a new statement that the singer is still questioning the “veracity” of brother Michael Jackson’s will. But why is Janet now saying something is wrong now, three years after the will was probated?

Cirque du Soleil show, set to Michael Jackson's music!

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Michael Jackson's Mijac Music Catalog Moves to Sony/ATV

Sony/ATV Music Publishing, which is a joint venture between Sony Corp. and the estate of Michael Jackson, will take over worldwide administration of Michael Jackson's Mijac Music Catalog, which has been handled by Warner/Chappell Music Publishing since its inception in 1980.

Spike Lee: Michael Jackson was determined

Director Spike Lee was surprised to learn how "self-motivated" the late Michael Jackson was.
Spike has put together a commemorative documentary on the King of Pop entitled Bad 25 in celebration of the 25th anniversary of Michael's 1987 hit record Bad.

Tuesday, December 13, 2011 | 10:22 AM | 0 Comments

Paris Jackson Lands Debut Movie Role

Paris, 13, will star in an upcoming live action-animated film called “Lundon’s Bridge and the Three Keys,” based on the young adult fantasy book series by Dennis H. Christen.

The contents of Michael Jackson's mansion where he was found dead in 2009 are being auctioned off next week - with fans getting a preview of the items over the weekend.

More than 500 lots of paintings, furniture and ornaments will go under the hammer.
They were all in the Los Angeles home Jackson rented while preparing for his series of comeback concerts.

Tuesday, November 8, 2011 | 3:07 AM | 0 Comments

Michael Jackson's doctor found GUILTY of manslaughter in King of Pop's death

  • Jury deliberated for just ten hours over the course of two days
  • Trial featured 50 witnesses and 22 days of testimony
  • Conrad Murray denied bail and left court in handcuffs
  • Sentencing scheduled for November 29

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Monday, November 7, 2011 | 4:51 AM | 0 Comments

Family to sue Michael Jackson's doctor, guilty or not

THE family of Michael Jackson is preparing to sue Conrad Murray, the doctor on trial for killing the pop star, no matter what verdict the jury reaches this week.

Jackson's father, Joseph, wants money from a civil action for "emotional distress" to fund a charity that would help millions of Americans addicted to prescription drugs. It is a tacit admission that his son's history of drug abuse may have contributed to his death two years ago.

Source: The Australian

Headlines Before the Verdict

49 witnesses, 300 items of evidence – one anxious wait for Dr Conrad Murray

It was a long and no doubt lonely weekend for Conrad Murray, the physician catapulted to global notoriety two-and-a-half years ago when his client Michael Jackson suffered a fatal cardiac arrest on the eve of what was supposed to be his final comeback tour.

Jury to resume deliberations tomorrow in the Michael Jackson death trial.

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LOS ANGELES — Michael Jackson's relatives waited anxiously Friday as jurors began deliberations in the involuntary manslaughter trial of his personal doctor.

"I'm so shaky right now waiting for a verdict! Every little noise has me jumping out of my skin!" sister La Toya Jackson said on Twitter shortly before lunchtime.

La Toya, matriarch Katherine Jackson and other relatives are expected to make a beeline for the courtroom as soon as the seven-man, five-woman jury reaches a verdict.

Jurors did not ask any questions Friday morning but did request highlighter pens.

During a six-week trial televised around the world, they heard from 49 witnesses.

Now they must decide whether Dr. Conrad Murray was criminally negligent when he provided Jackson with a dangerous hospital-grade anesthetic in a bedroom setting behind closed doors.

"It is impossible to predict what will happen, especially after Casey Anthony's acquittal, but I think (Murray) is hosed," said veteran prosecutor Vesna Maras, a former Los Angeles County prosecutor.

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Conrad Murray Trial Jurors: A Look At Who Will Make The Decisions

Here are profiles of the seven men and five women serving on the jury in the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, who has pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

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Michael Jackson’s two former bodyguards have said that the King of Pop would never want his personal physician to face trial for his death.

The ex-security guards, Javon Beard and Bill Whitfield insisted that their late boss would have been disappointed to learn his life was being scrutinised during a very public trial, and he’d have hated to see his trusted medic facing prison time for his death.

Their comments have given Dr. Conrad Murray a big boost as he awaits a verdict in his involuntary manslaughter trial.

“There’s no way in hell that Dr. Conrad wanted to kill Mr. Jackson. Why would he kill his paycheque?” the Daily Express quoted Beard as saying on ‘Good Morning America’.

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Thursday, August 11, 2011 | 1:45 AM | 0 Comments

Children's Hospital Los Angeles - MJ artwork - Video

Katherine Jackson along with the children (Paris, Prince, Blanket) unveiled 10 of Michael's own artworks to the Children's Hospital Los Angeles.

Paris Jackson - real twitter account

Update: This is Paris' twitter account now:

Paula Abdul:"I miss Michael"

In the latest issue of Emmy Magazine, Paula Abdul is asked about Michael Jackson: “I miss Michael so much. I still can’t believe he’s gone, and I still find myself speaking of him as if he’s alive.”

Wednesday, August 10, 2011 | 11:51 PM | 0 Comments

Conrad Murray Opening Statements Set for Late September

The judge in the trial of Michael Jackson's personal physician said Wednesday he expected opening statements in his courtroom the week of Sept. 26.

Michael Jackson's three children seen in a rare public

Michael Jackson's three children (Prince Michael, 14, Paris, 13, and Prince Michael II or "Blanket," 9) were seen in a rare public outing on Monday, attending a ceremony honoring the donation of works of art by their father to Los Angeles' Children's Hospital. Katherine and LaToya Jackson were also in attendance.

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