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Was Michael Jackson Framed?: The Untold Story That Brought Down a Superstar Paperback – 4 Oct 2012
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This , then, is as in-depth a look as is possible within a single article at those who made the initial allegations against Michael Jackson – allegations swept up with glee by a sensation seeking media. The picture is of a father no longer living with the mother of his child, who saw the chance to exert power over his ex-wife and exhort money from a celebrity and a dubious lawyer with a lot of enemies. It was a chance encounter which led to June Chandler Schwartz, her son and her younger daughter, become regular visitors at Neverland. Certainly, most – if not all - of the adults in this sorry case seem to have lacked judgement (and I include Jackson in this) and this makes sad and sorry reading, involving a custody battle, a fascination with celebrity and greed.
However, it is a fascinating article and, having read it, you can’t help but feel Jackson was not well served by his legal team in making a settlement, rather than going to trial in a case in which there was a such a lack of evidence that lawyers were scrambling around attempting to obtain other credible witnesses without success, which, to put it bluntly, was always about money and which, by making a financial settlement, left Jackson vulnerable to future accusations.
Very interesting to read and should be put into the hands of everyone who still claims that Michael Jackson was guilty and only bought himself out.
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