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    Executing over 100 search warrants backfired.

    Executing over 100 search warrants and coming up empty-handed just proves there was nothing to find. They should have figured that out before they reached 99.[/b]
    Kinda made Sneddon look a little like Geraldo Rivera and the AL Capone vault fiasco, huh? :lol: ...LOL!!

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    All I want is for the ultimate karma storm to pull all the hidden people behind this whole mess out of the shadows. It's time that these folks face the music in front of the public so everybody finally knows what frauds, liars, shysters and troublemakers they are to have done all these things to Michael. Michael deserves that much after all he's been through. These people get away with what they did year after year while Michael gets vilified year after year in the press and public. I really hope that Miss Karma is only clearing her throat in dealing with the few people that she has so far in this, because she hasn't even started to sing yet.

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    It has backfired on all who denigraded Michael's look and fashion sense.

    He is on the cover of a magazine known for its high fashion focus.

    It has backfired on all who tried to say that no one would want to work with Michael Jackson again.

    Writers and producers are lining up to be a part of his next project; "stars" of today report how nervous they got upon meeting Michael for the first time. Italian Vogue contacted him about doing a photo shoot. Roberto Cavelli (sp?) attached his name to Michael's latest fashion style.

    Thanks for creating this thread. It is all about upon what you choose to focus.

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    what has failed is the haters attempt to ostracize him... trying to create this post hoc falacy.. that a guy that does plastic surgery is a guy that is capable of hurting the innocent...and ...that he has NO fans...
    Sony/ATV, a joint venture between Sony Corp (6758.T: Quote, Profile, Research) and pop star Michael Jackson, expects more music catalogues to be put up for sale this year as people look to cash in profits in a slowing economy, said CEO Martin Bandier in a telephone interview.

    "To the extent that large acquisitions become available, Sony/ATV is in a particularly good place," he said. "It's hard to overpay for a great Picasso...if you're buying quality music that will last for generations. Great songs are a rarity."

    Sony/ATV is a traditional music publisher which makes money every time a piece of music is used on a variety of outlets including radio, movies, live performances, advertising as well as a share from recorded music sales.
    http://blogs.reuters.com/mediafile/2...gital-beatles/
    Reuter, 17 Apr 2008

    Michael P. Schulhof, president and CEO, Sony Corporation of America, said: "Michael Jackson is not only the most successful entertainer in history; he is also an astute businessman. Michael understands the importance of copyrights and the role they play in the introduction of new technologies. In joining us for this new venture, Michael recognizes Sony's leadership in developing and realizing new technologies that serve to expand the creative horizons of artists such as himself.

    He added, "To have Michael Jack son's song catalogues joined with ours will enable both Sony Music and Michael Jackson to aggressively build on a publishing portfolio filled with songs that are acknowledged as the cornerstones of popular music today."

    Jet Magazine, Nov 1995
    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1355/is_/ai_17793656

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    I can say definitely that the prosecution's insistence to include the 1108 crap backfired spectacularly. Not only did it make the current allegations look more ridiculous, but it got a lot of people who used to think he was guilty in 93 actually questioning the validity of the old allegations too. Having not 1 but 3 kids (now grown men Brett Barnes, Mac Culkin, Wade Robson) come to court and testify to smack down false allegations was absolutely devastating to prosecutors[/b]
    And let me add to this....

    The fans were not the only ones who wanted to see Jordan Chandler testify in this trial. The media could not stop speculating on whether or not he would show up. They as well as the public expected this guy to show up and shed some light on Michael's alleged pass. The media even lied and reported that Jordy had testified against Michael at the grand jury. But we all found out that not only did he duck the grand jury, but the trial as well. And I think that this was one of the most disappointing things of all. For fans, it was disappointing because we wanted the truth to come out and Mez to have the opportunity to discredit Jordy before the whole world. But for the media and some of the world, it left doubt and disbelief in their minds about 93 because everybody knows that Jordy is a man now and no one could understand why he did not feel some sort of duty to come forward and help the new alleged victim to make their case. Jordy was expected to come forward just like men were coming forward to testify against all those catholic priest. But he was a no show....the most famous no show of all!
    "Maybe now, Michael, they will leave you alone"...Marlon Jackson, 7/7/09, Michael Jackson Memorial, Staples Center

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    Oh, and let's not forget about the ridiculous CONSPIRACY CHARGES! They were so utterly unbelievable, the media couldn't even do anything with them. I mean, Sneddon tried to paint Michael as some Michael Corleone wanna be who was surrounded by sychophants who did his dirty work for him.

    It totally backfired! Michael's may look gangstah, but he just a sweetie pie!
    "Maybe now, Michael, they will leave you alone"...Marlon Jackson, 7/7/09, Michael Jackson Memorial, Staples Center

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    Oh, and let's not forget about the ridiculous CONSPIRACY CHARGES! They were so utterly unbelievable, the media couldn't even do anything with them. I mean, Sneddon tried to paint Michael as some Michael Corleone wanna be who was surrounded by sychophants who did his dirty work for him.

    It totally backfired! Michael's may look gangstah, but he just a sweetie pie![/b]
    Yes that was indeed ridiculous and desperate on the prosecutions part.




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    MJ's nose falling off is fiction. Eminem's album falling off is non-fiction.[/b]
    after a hard day out here in l.a., this line provided me with a good laugh :lol: :lol: thanks gurl!
    A Quiet Revolution is brewing...

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    after a hard day out here in l.a., this line provided me with a good laugh :lol: :lol: thanks gurl![/b]
    You're welcome. :lol:

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    The worldwide press conference that Sneddon held in November '03 backfired on him.

    He summoned reporters from all across the globe to come and watch him boast before he had even pressed charges. Thousands of reporters answered the call.

    By the time everything had finished running its course and the trial was over, photos of Michael Jackson with the words "NOT GUILTY," "CLEARED," "ACQUITTED," "VINDICATED," "EXONERATED," and "INNOCENT" were traveling around the world via major newspapers, magazines and Internet news websites.

    Michael Jackson has finally gotten his wish. The words that he's waited over a decade to hear are out and have been echoing across the globe ever since the reporters that Sneddon summoned started sending out these words.

    For those that thought the word "innocent" was not out there, this article below is an example that it is. Look at the link to see the name of the major news company.

    Faces In The News

    Michael Jackson Innocent Of All Charges After Bizarre Trial
    Greg Levine, 06.13.05, 5:25 PM ET

    NEW YORK - Doers and doings in business, entertainment and technology:

    Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson learned his fate on Monday. The singer/dancer/actor had been arrested in 2003, charged with ten counts of child abuse; he pleaded not guilty. After deliberating for seven days, a jury of his peers--the assemblage of whom could be no easy task--handed in their verdict: Not guilty on all charges.

    The King of Pop's trial tops a 100-year span that has seen more than its share of legal grotesqueries. The Gilded Age declared the 1906 trial of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of bon vivant architect Stanford White the "trial of the century." Complete with lurid tabloid reports, sex scandals and insanity pleas, it set the tone for decades of media bread-and-circuses.

    Jackson's trial was no different. Accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy on his dreamlike Neverland Ranch, the entertainer's due legal process ran the gamut from incongruously silly to darkly disturbing, as the line between the odd and the unacceptable was probed. He showed up late several times, changed his defense team and claimed to suffer a series of odd medical ailments; besides necessitating emergency-room trips, often the illnesses required him to attend court in his pajamas. A parade of celebrity friends and colleagues testified, including Jay Leno, host of General Electric (nyse: GE - news - people )-owned NBC's Tonight Show, and former child start Macaulay Culkin. Outside the Santa Maria, Calif., courtroom, it was just as surreal. Over the course of the proceedings, the throngs of media were joined by thousands of well-wishers, advocates and fans in a near-religious pilgrimage from all over the globe. On June 2, both prosecution and defense made their final arguments. With Jackson supposedly deep in debt, the trial raises another, non-legal, question: Will he sell his stake in the Beatles' music catalog? Co-owned with Sony (nyse: SNE - news - people ) via the Sony/ATV Music Publishing firm, the catalog is highly prized in the current market: By Reuters' estimates, the "portfolio" is valued at $500 million, with the 40-year-old Beatles songs accounting for some 66% of that. History passes, scandals fade, but some things never go out of style.

    http://www.forbes.com/2005/06/13/061...acescan10.html[/b]

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    They tried to make Michael Jackson lose the support of his fans.
    Instead, Michael Jackson's FANS gathered around him even closer and
    supported him throughout the trial until we were all
    VICTORIOUS!!!!!! :salut:

    God, I thank you for allowing Michael to continue to watch over his children:

    Prince Michael, Paris, and Blanket ("Bigi").


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    here's a "it backfired" story for you...i work with at-risk kids in a youth ministry out here...my particular duties have me working in a private christian high school and i deal with teens trying to get out of hardcore gangs, off drugs and out of violent home lives....these guys are HARD...

    yet....

    when they found out i loved mike jack and had most if not all of his music, a few of them asked me to burn them a copy of michael's music :lol: ....

    i did (shoot me, sony) and next thing i know, i walk in the classroom yesterday and "wanna be startin' somethin" is playing quiety in one of the corners :lol: ....then i walked into the office of one of our administrators and "remember the time" was thumpin...i was like "Girl, is that my cd playin?"....she was like "Yeah girl!"

    i know a lot of teens out there who really love michael in spite of everything that's gone down...yet none of them know who tom sneddon or diane dimond is :lol:

    P.S.-----> before i move to new york next month, they want to see all the videos :lol:
    A Quiet Revolution is brewing...

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    the whole thing from 93 to this day and the 205 court case has always been bs . They have been tring to make Michael look bad and get ride of him . All has backfired and they all look as stupid as they really are. It didn,t work cause the trueth always out ways the lies and i,m so glad it did. Yep it all backfired and i was glad they all eat crow.

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    See that? Admiration for Michael Jackson is intact. Love for him has been put to the test and has passed.

    He faced the criminal justice system. He held his head up high while doing it. He came through it with dignity and he is as sweet and loving as ever before.

    He is proof that you don't have to let a bad situation get you down. You can rely on God to help you get through the toughest of times.

    Gurl, you betta start roundin' up those videos quick! :lol:

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    Oh! And the media folks that were saying Michael was living in exile were so off the mark.

    The one living in exile is Martin Bashir.

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