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    Default Former MJ Bodyguard Kerry Anderson To Release A New Book June 13th

    Created a new thread for all Kerry Anderson discussion, to keep it separate from the other bodyguard thread. Please keep discussion about him in here. Thank you!

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    A New Book on the Horizon - Kerry Anderson - Chief Bodyguard to Michael Jackson https://www.facebook.com/k.a.agapelove
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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    This is the guy who is a frequent on King Jordan Radio, isn't he?

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Yes, it is.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Another bodyguard in the mix. I wonder if he would engage an author to help him write and if he will write about the same issues/topics the other bodyguards talked about.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Quote Originally Posted by respect77 View Post
    This is the guy who is a frequent on King Jordan Radio, isn't he?


    Kerry Anderson shares memories of Michael Jackson on King Jordan Radio!: http://youtu.be/LWvxVfe7TEU via @YouTube
    Kerry Anderson shares memories of Michael Jackson on King Jordan Radio! (2): http://youtu.be/yH3ssGgFKUE via @YouTube
    Kerry Anderson shares memories of Michael Jackson on King Jordan Radio! (3): http://youtu.be/-K7fIN7u3x8 via @YouTube

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Guys what do you think about this new book. Is anyone excited about it, or it that for another thread.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    I'll read it. I read all the books.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    ^^Yeah some people read all the books. Personally, I apply a filter/screening to my reading material.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Quote Originally Posted by Paris78 View Post
    It's frustrating that it wasn't until his death that stories like this started becoming public knowledge, so while I'm not quite sure how I feel about his workers writing books and stuff (I haven't read the bodyguard book) I think any positive stories on him is a
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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    King Jordan Radio returns with a bang! Former LA sergeant and former bodyguard for Michael Jackson Kerry Anderson !! He will discuss his plans on coming out with a new Michael Jackson book! And you gotta remember Kerry went everywhere with Michael during the trial and a few years after so this book should be awesome, we will talk about it, we will also get Kerrys take the Ferguson story in addition the New York stories where both cops were not charged in addition will get Kerrys take on the police officers in New
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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Interesting that Kerry Anderson posted on FB 17 hours ago that MJ wouldn't let his security carry guns, yet in the bodyguard book, within the first couple of pages they list how many different kinds of weapons they had on hand and an incident at the breakfast table where one bodyguard got in s**t for pulling his weapon at the breakfast table when the alarm went off... My thoughts are that either A.) Someone isn't telling the whole truth, or B.) Mike really did spend his last couple years in a state of fear and paranoia?

    From the BG book: "They were all just sitting at the breakfast table, eating their cereal. They saw me and they froze: Mr. Jackson on the left, Paris at the head of the table, Prince sitting on my right, across from Mr. Jackson. I didn’t see Blanket. He was across the room by the TV, which was where the panic button was mounted on the wall. He was just walking around, hitting buttons. They all sat there at the table, staring at me, and then Blanket blurted out, “Bill, is that a real gun?! Little dude thought it was cool. Mr. Jackson did not. Pulling an automatic weapon in the family room with his kids eating breakfast? Oh, he got on me about that. He didn’t like the kids seeing weapons, but he did appreciate that we were well armed. We both carried semiautomatic Glock pistols with extended magazines. We had Tasers. Each of them delivered a charge of 1.2 million volts, powerful enough to take down a three-hundred-pound man. We had a cache of backup weapons: MP5 fully automatic submachine guns, military-style AR-15s, 12-gauge automatic shotguns, and concealable MAC-10s. We had three cases of ammunition, close to three thousand rounds for everything we had. We wore lightweight body armor under our suits at all times. Some may say it was overkill, but those people don’t know the kind of threats that Mr. Jackson received on a regular basis. We planned and prepared for the worst, but we hoped and prayed for the best."

    Sidenote, I can't remember when Anderson stopped working for MJ and why?
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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

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    Interesting that Kerry Anderson posted on FB 17 hours ago that MJ wouldn't let his security carry guns, yet in the bodyguard book, within the first couple of pages they list how many different kinds of weapons they had on hand and an incident at the breakfast table where one bodyguard got in s**t for pulling his weapon at the breakfast table when the alarm went off... My thoughts are that either A.) Someone isn't telling the whole truth, or B.) Mike really did spend his last couple years in a state of fear and paranoia?
    There is that story about Randy crashing through the gate with his car and the bodyguards pulling their gun on him. This was acknowledged by all parties, so it's not a lie that the bodyguards had guns.

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    There is that story about Randy crashing through the gate with his car and the bodyguards pulling their gun on him. This was acknowledged by all parties, so it's not a lie that the bodyguards had guns.
    It's interesting then that according to Anderson, MJ didn't let his security carry guns until the new (and last) bodyguards came about (the ones who wrote the book), that is to say, the last 3-4 years of Mike's life?
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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Quote Originally Posted by TinnyandOdd View Post
    It's interesting then that according to Anderson, MJ didn't let his security carry guns until the new (and last) bodyguards came about (the ones who wrote the book), that is to say, the last 3-4 years of Mike's life?
    Maybe he did not let Anderson and Co. carry guns but he did with his last bodyguards. It doesn't necessarily have to mean that someone lies.

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    Default Re: Book: Remember the Time: Protecting Michael Jackson in His Final Days / Review @pg8

    Quote Originally Posted by respect77 View Post
    Maybe he did not let Anderson and Co. carry guns but he did with his last bodyguards. It doesn't necessarily have to mean that someone lies.
    That's why I said "or" in my original post.

    Quote Originally Posted by TinnyandOdd View Post
    My thoughts are that either A.) Someone isn't telling the whole truth, or B.) Mike really did spend his last couple years in a state of fear and paranoia?
    I think all fans are pretty aware of how anti guns Mike was, and I can understand after everything he had been through saying it was okay to keep 1 concealed weapon per guard or something along those lines, but in my opinion, what I find most disheartening about his state of mind towards the end was the list of weapons that the bodyguards said they had on hand. I mean the guy didn't just have a handgun or taser, he had MP5's and AR-15s ...
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