^^ Samples of Michael's signature is on topic as it relates to the alleged signed minutes.
ivy;4126063 said:Not really. No one questioned the signature being Michael's or not.
ivy;4125958 said:funny enough Bain was the person that incorporated the company on MJ's behalf. MJ didn't handle paperwork etc.
So the options are
- that signed minutes document is forged - hence why the incorporation didn't show the shares
- MJ signed it and later changed his mind - hence why the incorporation didn't show the shares.
- MJ signed it and meant it but it was Bain's incompetence that didn't record the shares at incorporation documents.
Bubs;4126003 said:I think that is my pick, given that in the past case, all of sudden Raymone was able to find letter from MJ to support her case:Quote Originally Posted by ivy View Post
- that signed minutes document is forged - hence why the incorporation didn't show the shares.
"In October 2010, a few months after that decision, Bain moved for relief from the judgment based on "newly discovered evidence." She had come into possession of a letter from Jackson to Bain stating, "I have never terminated your services nor did I null and void any of your Agreements. I know nothing about a release form. I neither authorized or signed the same. Therefore, I am authorizing you to continue to communicate with Mr. Yakoob regarding the Sultan's property in Las Vegas, and to continue your role as my General Manager and President/COO of The Michael Jackson Company.""
Bubs;4126003 said:By the way: My favorite part of the complaint is an exhibit– in which El-Amin et al add on their June 1, 2006 contract with Jackson. The agreement claim that Michael intends for his son Prince to become Chairman of this new company they all started together when the boy “finishes scoool.” Yes, that’s the way it’s written, just above Michael’s floating signature. LOL."
Did we ever get to read the actual complaint and where did he get it?
I wonder who did the spell check for that agreement
Just read her TL and twit longer. Oh dear. Another fan making it all about themselves.
ivy;4126066 said:You understand that I wrote the document being forged, not the signature? Follow up posts about the faxed letter should have made this clear.
It's a shame that someone is sitting in the courtroom and there is such little feed back.
Friedman states Michael most likely misspelled school above his signature
Regardless, I hold the same view as the Estate: if there was any change in ownership, Tohme would be sure to know.
ivy;4126082 said:It's a typed document not handwriting. I'm quite sure MJ wasn't the one doing the typing (and he is referred to in third person), it's a job for the secretary aka Bain. I'm not quite sure how a typo means the document wasn't forged.
Tohme replaced Bain and made himself the manager of the company. Tohme's lawyer sent an email to AEG saying MJ was the sole member. so what is the "change of ownership" you are talking about? It looks like Tohme thought it was MJ's company with no other members/owners.
ivy;4125859 said:They say it was Jackson’s idea to form the company and that he reserved 75 ownership for himself; 10 percent each to his mother, Katherine, and Bain, his general manager; and 1.68 percent each to El-Amin, Morris and King.
no need to discuss
ivy;4126119 said:Broderick Morris said he believed Jackson’s commitment to him meant he would be compensated even if he was not involved in a particular project initiated through the Michael Jackson Co.
Morris said he was not involved in the making of the never-realized “This Is It” comeback tour Jackson planned to perform in London before his death, but that he saw it as a positive step for the singer.
ivy;4126119 said:Morris testified that he invested hundreds of thousands of dollars of his own money setting up two trips by Jackson in 2006 and 2007 to Japan, where Morris lived and worked promoting concerts and other entertainment events. He said Jackson’s image was badly damaged by the publicity from the molestation trial, even though he was acquitted in June 2005.
ivy;4126119 said:Morris said Bain wrote the agreement between Jackson and the four claimants with a typewriter in the hotel room and that Jackson signed it. However, Morris said he never received any stock and that the failure of various deals to come to fruition was not his fault.
It's a rather thin book for $30 I paid for it, but I don't regret the purchase. The book tells a story of Michael Jackson's visit to Japan in 2006. For me as a fan it was very interesting to learn details of the visit and how it came to life, and get a glimpse into Michael's emotional state at the time (it was his first public appearance after acquittal). The author writes about Michael with affection, and it is evident that he respects and honors MJ a lot.
Text in the book is in 2 languages - English and Japanese.
@mjhoaxlive Wonder why there is a media black out on the Trial thats going on Brancca et al vs Quadree al amin. Lots of info coming out.
9 hours ago..... And..... What's the info then?
Does anybody know how many trial-days are set for this trial and does it go on on Monday or are there holidays on court?