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Since this thread got deleted when the forum went down yesterday, I'm reposting what fans said. This is directly taken from the new campaign website
http://www.this-is-not-it.com
There's also a forum for fans to get organized by city:
http://this-is-not-it.proboards.com/index.cgi?board=general


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This is NOT It campaign - REAL THREAD

I'm starting a new thread regarding the THIS IS NOT IT campaign because the previous thread is SO MISGUIDED/INACCURATE and we don't want everyone to carry on reading that thread and being fed wrong ideas. To be fair and as to not create more confusion, please read this in its entirety before asking questions or criticising.

1. KAREN FAYE did not start the This Is NOT it campaign.
It was formed by "following" fans of Michael. It is something we have been researching and formulating to share since Michael passed.
We are Diana, Marika, Manu, Sandy, Sara, Talitha, Jill, Samantha, Talin, Laura, Fiesal, Irena...We are a group of fans that were extremely blessed to be around Michael a lot through many years, he often confessed his true feelings to us when he felt trapped by others around him. He asked for our help in creating campaigns to support him against Sony-Mottolla, allegations, etc. This is our last gift to Michael. We think it is what he would have wanted, to speak the truth.


2. The campaign is NOT NOT NOT about boycotting the movie or guilting anyone into not seeing it. We know that would never work, there is such an immense amount of interest, and we can understand and appreciate that. All of the interest even works to our advantage in helping to generate attention to counter-act the LIES.

The campaign IS about trying to help reveal the TRUTH and encouraging people to watch the movie with a CRITICAL EYE and UNDERSTAND the movie will not portray the entire picture of Michael's condition and who was responsible for his NEGLECT. It is about EDUCATING his fans, the public, the media...and NOT let those who should have listened and cared for his condition (but chose instead to have gained from greed and profit) have the last word. We will not be silent while they attempt to clear their conscience through a biased movie.


3. Yes, we have given our testimonies/statements to the police, Michael's family and their attorney. We waited until we had done this to come forth publicly with this campaign. We felt that was the most appropriate action. This should answer the question as to why we have supposedly waited so long to speak out (although some of us actually have been since Marika's email leaked some time ago.)


4. In answer to those questioning why we are saying we were kept from Michael vs being able to get close enough to him to speak with him and give him letters: We were increasingly kept distanced from Michael in his last weeks by security, HOWEVER there were times when Michael specifically invited us to speak with him, or he asked that security bring certain fans to him (inside shops, rehearsals, at his house) and in these times when security could not deny us was when we were able to best speak to him & give letters.


5. The testimonies by Marika and Sandy are factual and not exaggerated, more will be posted soon by those of us who feel strong enough to speak publicly and share what was personal experiences and never expected to be made so public. We have no reason to lie, nothing to gain, no profit to realize. No one else in Michael's life can say that (sadly, not even his family, his children not included.)


6. We are aware there will SEEM as if there are some inconsistencies or contradictions between what we are saying and what will be shown in the movie. HOWEVER, this is largely our point - the movie will not portray the entire picture and we want the world to be very cognizant of that fact. Clearly they will show footage of Michael only at his best moments. Meanwhile, most of his days were filled with stress, fears and pain. This we know from MICHAEL'S WORDS and from seeing him DAILY. The movie you will see will be PREDOMINANTLY OF MICHAEL in the LAST 2 DAYS of rehearsals just before his death when Michael was trying to make a special effort because he had been confronted by Kenny/Randy/Travis regarding his condition and their unhappiness with his ability to consistently perform & missing rehearsals due to not feeling well, and their fears he would not be ready. Therefore, it will not be an accurate and entire picture of Michael and his condition in the few months and ultimately last weeks.


7. Despite the supposed leaked autopsy, I steadfastly believe that Michael weighed much less than 136lbs at the time of his death. Michael was taller than me, and as you can see in the last photo we took together three weeks before his death he was much skinnier than me, and he continued to lose weight. Michael was taller than me, and always more built than me but in his last weeks this was no longer the case. It is impossible that he weighed 136. I think I can safely speak for all of the "followers" that none of us believe he was "healthy" as this latest report claims. Karen Faye can also corroborate as she did indeed prepare Michael for his final resting. We spoke with her at the cemetery on this very day. She is in agreement that Michael weighed 108lbs.


8. We are working hard creating the campaign and website and pulling together all of the elements so it is ready for all fans to partake as soon as possible. For those who are criticising us for not answering everyone's myriad of questions on the facebook page or here on forums: we would need to spend all day here correcting those fans who have twisted what we've said, or assumed things that are not true but are now being believed as true by other fans because they assume it's fact after reading it here, etc. etc. etc. We choose to focus on the campaign for those who believe us and want to participate, instead of answering all of the nay-sayers and those who never have and probably never will believe us no matter what we say. That is a lost cause we do not want to be a part of.


9. We are not promoting conspiracy theories. We fully acknowledge Michael ultimately died from lethal doses of Propofol. We wholeheartedly blame Dr. Murray's gross negligence, HOWEVER, we are contending that ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTING FACTORS AND NEGLECT such as his drastic weight loss, stress and fears, and the FAILURE of those around him to STOP the tour machine and HELP a man clearly in desperate NEED OF HELP, because they were blinded by their own-self interests.


10. To clear one untruth in the other thread - Michael's children were never at tour rehearsals with Michael. He wanted the shows to be a surprise for them. Yes they would sometimes accompany him to his doctor visits and of course shopping. But never to the tour rehearsals, where he spent much of his days. They were not with Michael 24/7, sadly, and I can imagine they missed him very much. He would very often try to make it home to put them to bed. This was Michael...

Love and hugs to everyone and especially those who have been so supportive on This Is Not It facebook page and our personal pages. We appreciate you. We all loved Michael. We should all love each other.

Love,

Sandy
 
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MARIKA'S TESTIMONY

"What I witnessed in June"

Hello everyone,
I know some of you won't like what I have to say, but I need to tell my experience so you can all understand.
Some of you may have heard about an email I sent on June 21st. It has ben posted on forums without my consent, and people trashed me, saying I was a liar, was looking for fame (??) and more...
This is why I sent it:

I, with, two other friends, met MJ in his car on March 19th.
We talked about AEG, how he was furious with them, wanting to make money, selling tickets vio Viagogo. He said "I hate to hear stories like that!"
Me and my friend saw a very frail Michael. He had large orange pants. But as he was in the back seat and us, sitting in the front seat, he had his legs between ours. We could see what his leg was really looking like.
He was so skinny.
Michael couldn't stop apologizing for the way he looked: "I'm sorry you have to see me like that, Im so sorry!" He was hiding his face in his hands when saying this.
Anyway, we were a little bit concerned, but thought: Ok, he has 3 months until the shows in London, so he may be working with someone...

3 months later, me and my friend went back to Carolwood, and we witnessed Michael being under influences. But what was weird, is that it was AFTER rehearsals, and not only after Dr Klein's visit. So whatever they were giving to him, he was given (or took himself) at the rehearsals.
That night, Michael had memory loss. He was completly high, as if he was talking in his sleep.
If WE SAW that, don't tell me people around him, talking to him 10 hours a day couldn't see it.

Few days later, Michael invited me and my friend on the set of the Dome project. My friend had made a jacket for him.
He was wearing a Red Balamin jacket, you can see it in the trailer.
My friend gave him her jacket and Michael took it to try it.
He took off his own jacket.
he was wearing white tight pants and a white tight shirt.
For the first time, we realized how much weight he did loose.
I couldnt have wear his jacket.
He really was skinny. And NOT THIN.
The jacket was of course too big for him.
But he was happy and said: Oh how do you know my size?!
Well... take a woman size and it fits.
He kept it. You saw a picture of him wearing it. Dated June 11th.
Of course, you can't really tell by the picture.. But he could close this jacket behind his back literally.
this is why me and my friend sent this email on June 21st. To share our concerns on his health.

I am not saying Michael was dying from a disease.
I am not saying Michael was killed
I am not saying I Know the Truth

I am just saying that WE, fans, felt that MJ could be in danger.
I am just saying that WE, fans, saw how much weight Michael lost.
I am just saying that WE, fans, could see he was under influences.
I am just saying that MICHAEL told the fans he was under a lot of pressure, couldn't eat or sleep.

I am now just asking why they, MJ's ENTOURAGE, keep saying that Michael was in great shape, when anyone else, not working for him, could see he was not?

I am just asking why, just today (2 days after this page is online), A PRESS RELEASE leaked Michael's autopsy saying his weight was 136lbs (even if this is not a lot), with the title "Michael Jackson was healthy" linking everywhere suddenly.

the autopsy reports were not supposed to come out before the end of the investigation.
Someone is getting scared?

I am not saying Michael was killed
I am not saying Michael was sick.
I am just saying to some people:
STOP LYING TO US
STOP TAKING US FOR FOOLS

We saw in what shape Michael was
He told us he was NOT feeling good.
Stop lying.
We already lost him.
Have the guts to admitt the truth and say:
Yes, maybe Michael needed help we didnt provide him.
We should have put more breaks between the shows, just to make him feel less nervous.

We are not saying those people killed him.
But by listening to someone's problem and anxiety, they could have make him feel more relax, he could have eat, sleep better and wouldnt have asked for Propofol.
Therefore, he would still be here.
Thank you.



MJ with my friend jacket
The dome Project / Culver Studio
June 11th 2009


This is the email I sentto MJ fans and Michael's entourage if you wanna read it:

Marika Prochet 21 juin, à 15:21
Dear closest MJ fans,

This is an important message. Some of you are going to hate it. Others will start thinking.

As you may know, few days ago, me and Moon got the luck to be invited on the set of Michael's shooting.
Michael was wearing white pants. Real tights. And a white shirt. Real tight.
As you all know, Michael has been really skinny since the trial. We all talk together and we always say: he is scary skinny.
some of us told him he should eat.

But what Moon and I saw last week horrifed us. He is not scary skinny. He is a skeleton. I saw his back, and wanted to throw up. I never felt a shock like this. And I already knew he was skinny. But this clothes... it was as if he was naked. I was ashamed.

I got out of the set. And what did I told the fans?
"Oh god he is so skinny!" And then, what did I say?
"Oh it was great! yeahhh! I saw Michael on the set! yeah!!!"

I had the same reaction I had since the trial. He is now more than skinny. He is a skeleton. But I can do nothing so let's talk about something else! About how happy I was to meet him.
But to be honnest, I, since this day, feel weird. Like a guilty sensation.

I feel that I witnessed reality. For once, he didnt had a coat on, a big shirt, big trousers. For once, I saw the reality of his situation.
I feel like I already knew but didnt want to accept it.

Honestly, I think I was like everyone of you. We are worried for 5 minutes but then, the only thing we can think about is: I want to see Michael, I want to get a hug, I want to say I love you... I think about myself and my happiness.

But I started to wonder: Michael rehearse everyday, he is surronded by 200 people, that work with him everyday. But who are those people?
Dancers that are living their dream, Kenny Ortega who is producing his best show ever, technicians, Michael security, Michael Bush.. and KAren Faye.
No family, no friends, no one.
Karen is the only one to have love for Michael. So I mailed her. I wanted to know if people were blind or doing nothing?

Here is her answer:

Hi Marika,

I know.
I am doing everything humanly possible...your heart and mine are in the same place.
Please keep this private for his sake.
Love,
Karen
Shanti, Shanti, Shanti


When I read that, I realized I was right.
She is doing something. But what can she do?

As we all know, Michael listen to no one. He does whatever he wants.
And if you know a litlle bit about anorexy, you know that if you tell them to eat, it's completly useless.
So Karen may tell him to eat. He won't.
People in his situation need a shock to start doing something.

So here is my question to all of you:

We all love Michael really much. We all want to see his shows. We all think about how we will be first row. About how we will get more tickets.
About how we will meet him more than the others fans. About getting a picture with him. About not hurting him.

How will you do all of these things if during the third concert he faints on stage, and if his heart stops during his way to the hospital?
How will you feel when you will talk with others fans and will say: We knew he was too skinny to perform 50 shows. We knew he stopped eating during the trial and reheare 10 hours per day for us.

How will you feel when you will say: people said he was doing fine but they lied. We saw he was a skeleton.
Will you feel guilty? Will you be able to sleep at night thinking you knew it and did nothing?

Some of you are going to say:

"He has doctors with him"
"They wouldnt let him dance if he was not healthy"
"I don't want to do something, it would hurt him"

Well let me tell you this:

If he had doctors with him, he would have gained weight.
No one saw Lou Ferrigno somewhere around rehearsals or Michael's house.
On the set, I watched people around Michael. Everyone was avoiding Michael, looking somewhere else. They were all working on their video.
Too many money involved. You dont want to be fired because you told Michael Jackson to eat.
You all know Michael's employees will never take the risk to lose their job. They dont love Michael this much.

And for those who have been to Carolwood, you all know that Michael is completly alone there.

If you get this email, it means you are part of the MJ's fans who know that Michael is not Peter Pan, Michael is not 100% perfect, and that at this day, we are the only ones left who love Michael enough to try to make a difference.

We all saw Michael at his worst, and we all see him still alive.
But just think 5 minutes that this skeleton that Michael has become is going to perform 2 hours every night during 3 months.
Will you be able to do it?
Models die at 18 from anorexia because their heart stop. And they just walk on a catwalk.

Michael is 51. He dances 10 hours per day. And is going to dance 2 hours every night during 3 months.
Do you think he will be ok?

Now that you know, are you going to do something or are you going to fight with other fans to get the best meeting with him?

Please, let's think about the best solution to help him realize. He needs to be shocked by us. We need to make him react.
And unfortunalty, we may have to hurt his feelings somehow.
But if he stays alive, isnt it worth it?

Marika
 

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SANDY'S TESTIMONY

Dear fans and friends, and those who deserve the truth…

I have decided to share some letters that I wrote prior to Michael’s death, and the last letter that I wrote to Michael that was given to him just before rehearsal the night before he passed. I choose to do this in support of the This Is Not It campaign, and because I believe Michael would have wanted us to speak his truth now that he is gone, in the same way he always asked us to do through all this years against the allegations, Mottolla-Sony, etc.

This is of course very sad and difficult and not something I ever expected to share so publicly, but now that Michael has passed I feel it is more important to inform and support the TRUTH against the blatant lies and attempted cover-up by those around Michael in his last months. I also feel the need to defend against those that are saying the “followers” are only speaking out after the fact now that Michael is gone. This is not true and we tried our best as far as we were capable “only” being fans. Everything that we are claiming and speaking is truth, and is based on words from MICHAEL HIMSELF, what we ACTUALLY WITNESSED in the months before he passed, along with what we also witnessed about Michael’s “friends” and “doctors” over the past two decades of “following” Michael.

First, an email that I wrote on June 21st, four days before Michael passed. I sent this email to Karen Faye (Michael’s makeup artist) and Michael Bush (Michael’s tailor) who I knew to be around Michael almost daily in the weeks prior to his death and the only members of his entourage I considered trustworthy and true friends to Michael. I had met Michael, spoken with him, and witnessed his condition over 2 weeks time in Los Angeles at the end of May and beginning of June. I left Los Angeles with an uneasy feeling, particularly about Michael’s obvious weight loss.


Subject Line: Please look after Michael-INTERVENE PLEASE-something is wrong, I saw it.

Karen, Michael...
There is something that has been worrying me for several months now. I think there is something wrong with Michael and his health or his self-image about his weight and I am really worried.

I have been afraid to say anything to anyone because it's probably not really my place to talk about something so personal concerning Michael, and talking about it amongst fans can make you an outcast because it is regarded as criticising Michael. But I want to know if he is alright. I also want to know if he is not alright that someone is intervening and doing something about it. There are always new people around Michael and as has always been obvious they do not always have his best interest at heart because of their own interests, but I expect that you really care about Michael in a way that you would perhaps cross a line that others might not if you saw that he is somehow hurting himself.

It is painfully obvious that Michael is TOO THIN. I know that Michael's weight fluctuates, and he is often mostly too thin anyways, but NOW he is REALLY TOO THIN. I first noticed back in October that his weight was really plummeting. I spent a couple hours with Michael in his Bel Air suite at Halloween, and it really struck me how thin he was even back then. When we hugged I felt there was literally nothing to him. I told him to please take care of himself and stay healthy and that he looked good-I was trying to make a point that he doesn't need to lose more, that he looks good already, to stop now. Naturally this embarassed him and he mostly just smiled and said thank you without knowing what to say. I also wrote him a letter about it, which he read but only replied again saying thank you.

Michael told me back then that he was preparing a tour and so I thought perhaps it is normal for him to slim down in preparation. I expected that he would become very weight-conscious. But now it seems he has gone TOO FAR. I met him inside the dance rehearsal studio a couple weeks ago and I was honestly SHOCKED. I noticed how the bones of his shoulders were LITERALLY protruding, poking through the material of his black fitted top. He was SCARY SKINNY. When we hugged I felt his skeleton. I felt very worried and very sad for him.

He was also looking very down and stressed and his demeanor and voice were very frail. HE ACTUALLY SAID he was stressed and worried how he will be able to do all 50 shows, that he does not eat enough, and he does not have enough breaks between shows. Clearly the situation is too much for him, it is making him SICK...whether it is self-imposed because he is not eating or something else.

DOES NO ONE ELSE AROUND HIM EVERYDAY SEE THIS???

Karen do you see this? Do you say anything to him?
Michael do you see this when you go over wardrobe? Do you say anything to him?

PLEASE INTERVENE AND HELP. I really think he is to the point where something bad and regrettable could happen to him. I don't mean to suggest that you are responsible for him but AS A FRIEND AND ONE OF THE VERY FEW CONSISTENT PEOPLE around him that I think TRULY CARES about him, please risk saying something to him if you have not already.

Michael Amir, Alberto and Faheem have begun to restrict access to Michael and I'm now no longer allowed to even give a letter into his hands without them reading it first. They have many excuses that Michael is tired or in tour mode now or it's for his safety. This is ridiculous after 15 years of seeing Michael, I don't expect to be treated this way as if I would somehow harm him. I may be “just a fan” but I have been there for Michael for a really long time before them and will surely be here after them and Michael needs to hear from his fans when it is clear he is distressed, and those on the inside aren’t always worried for him but probably more concerned for their jobs should they say something deemed inappropriate. THEY MUST SEE that Michael is wasting down to nothing, but I don't trust that they say or do anything. And shutting his fans out during this time is not what he needs. I see how alone Michael is, and heard from him how heavy he feels under the pressure. He has his children, but they are his responsibility to look after not the other way around, and so beyond his children his close friends are very few and far between. Everyone else around him in this time is focused on This Is It. I have seen in the past couple years that no one has really been around for him in Las Vegas, then Bel Air, now Los Angeles, no one who really cares for him as a friend and not just as a business. Except of course the two of you.

If he is suffering from something serious, physically or mentally, regarding his weight or health, please intervene. Please let me know that he is alright. These concerts are not worth jeopardizing his life.

I’m really in tears for him, for the state that I saw him in. If you’ve already said something to him, please give him this letter if you think he needs to hear it again from someone else. I'm sure whatever exactly is going on must be a fragile situation but please don't avoid it altogether. I'm so worried. Please tell me he is okay. Above that, please tell me the TRUTH.

I love him. Please help him if he needs it. I wish I could do something, I feel helpless.
Thank you for reading,
Sandy


Michael had invited us inside his rehearsal studio where he spoke very candidly about his fears and feelings about the tour schedule, AEG, and Randy Phillips. He also said he was suffering back pain, and he was not eating, which was already obvious to us. He was nearly in tears as he spoke, and folded his hands in prayer during a moment of silence. We left this meeting feeling very disturbed and worried for Michael, and continued to witness him over the next couple weeks losing yet more weight and sometimes in a drug-induced state. The group of “followers” decided that we needed to take decisive action and reach Michael directly about our worries. Michael was deteriorating quickly and our shock and fears continued to grow every day, we couldn’t rely on his entourage to care for his well-being, because they were clearly not, nor would they take our concerns seriously. We decided to write letters to Michael himself, each of us wrote a letter individually, but all had the same sentiment about our fears over Michael’s condition, pleading for him to take better care of himself, to love himself, and put himself before the tour. The letters were given directly into Michael’s hands outside his rehearsal studio the night before he passed away. Michael tried to phone Talitha (one of the fans who actually gave the letters and Michael knew very well) several times from the Staples Center, but the call kept dropping and we will never know what he wanted to say. Michael’s personal assistant, Michael Amir, told me in Los Angeles when I went back for Michael’s memorial that Michael asked for the letters upon returning home after rehearsal, and he took them to Michael in his bedroom. Michael would be gone in less than 8 hours.

So sadly, this is my last letter to Michael, written June 22nd and given to Michael night of June 24th. I share this for those who are attempting to blame those of us who actually tried to be heard. You are accusing the wrong people of doing nothing. Your attention should be turned towards AEG, Randy Phillips, Frank Dileo who claimed outright that everything was “under control” and “Michael is not going to die.”


Dearest Michael,

I’m not exactly sure how to begin what I need to say to you, but please understand everything I say comes only from a place of overwhelming love and care for your happiness and health. I love you so very much; much much much more than I could ever hope to adequately express to you. In the past several months I have become very worried that you are not caring for yourself as you deserve to be cared for. I have noticed you becoming increasingly thin, and you are now so thin that I’m really concerned about your well-being.
I can only imagine the paralyzing degree of pressure you must be feeling lately in preparation for you concerts, and I can only assume your drastic weight loss is a symptom of the stress you feel so heavily upon you in these recent months.

Michael, I just pray that you know I will still love and adore and support you even if you were to never set your precious feet upon another stage. You have stood proud against more stress and pressures in your life than is fair for one person to ever endure, and you have always done it with grace, humility, honor. For this I have admired you, with your seemingly superhuman strength and incredible willpower to carry though the deepest and darkest of times. But dearest Michael, I know you are human and must often feel tired, lost or lonely, overwhelmed, tiny in the shadow of enormous obligations. I can only imagine you must be feeling the weight of the world upon your shoulders in these couple remaining weeks until your opening night. I am worried that your intense schedule and perhaps your own worries about pleasing your fans, and stunning the world again with your greatness, is causing you to forgo food and lose weight you can no longer afford to lose.

I hope and pray that your concerts are everything amazingly fantastic that you have dared to dream. I know you have been working incredibly hard, incredibly long hours and want nothing more for you to be happy with the fruits of your labor. However, I pray that you are not laboring so hard that you are neglecting your health and not eating as necessary to nourish your body, mind, and spirit during what is undoubtedly an immensely stressful time.

Michael, when I met you several months ago at Halloween I was taken aback at how thin you were. But you had told me you were beginning to prepare a tour, and so I assumed perhaps your slight frame was the result of preparation. At that time you spoke about the concerts with a sparkle of anticipation in your voice, a spirit of exuberance, a light in your eyes like I had not seen for years. I was happy that you were happy. But now seeing you again in Los Angeles these past several weeks I am concerned your spirit seems broken, and your weight has fallen further. When I met you in the dance studio I was shocked at how thin you have become, when we hugged I felt there was not enough of you. If the concerts have become too much, too many, too stressful, please know you are not alone and you could never ever disappoint us should you feel it impossible to carry through. If the concerts are somehow jeopardizing your health, your health and well-being absolutely must come first. We could not enjoy a concert knowing you were suffering through it. Please do not feel obligated to us to perform beyond your desire, beyond your capability. This is not to say I doubt you for even a second, but I’m only worried that your weight is drastically low and am afraid for your life as you are about to expend an incredible amount of energy over the coming months.

I hope I haven’t offended you in any way with any of these words. I love you so much and I only dare to say what I have out of care and concern. You have seemed somewhat sad, overly stressed, and super skinny recently and I just want you to know that you are loved and I am praying for your health and happiness. I hope that you are actually perfectly alright and my worries are simply paranoia from having seen you on days when perhaps you weren’t feeling your best. Michael Amir, Alberto, and Faheem have begun restricting access to you more severely in recent weeks so it has not been easy to ask how you are doing and give our love and prayers. Please forgive us if we have upset you but we are worried.

I’m so looking forward to seeing you again in London. I love you and ask that you please take care of yourself - for yourself, your children, your fans, your family, and all those the world over who love you deeply and dearly from the very bottom of our hearts. We want to love you for many more years to come.

I Love You Always & Forever,
Sandy



I am sure that he read it and now consider it my final goodbye to Michael.

It is with complete confidence that I say Michael did not trust or like AEG/Randy Phillips, but he felt enslaved financially to their demands because of their role in re-financing his life. We saw Randy Phillips at Michael’s memorial and told him "we know the truth"...he denied that he ever went against Michael's wishes, but Michael told us the truth and naturally we believe Michael. We told Randy "you know that we know the truth"...he was visibly shocked and was without words. I hope he feels an immense amount of regret and guilt, along with anyone/everyone else involved in what I believe pushed Michael to an edge from which he eventually fell.

We have known for many years that Michael was sometimes taking prescription drugs, that he endured phases of addictions over the past decade. The “followers” have witnessed this many times over the years, we have seen and spoken with Michael in altered states, and we have often felt concerned for him. It was not something we ever chose to post on forums or share publicly as it was a private matter for Michael, and we always chose not to jeopardize his privacy. However, those that SUPPLIED, ENABLED, USED, and NEGLECTED him over these years, especially in his last months, should take responsibility for their part in his death. Michael needed help, and instead his “friends” chose to keep him happy and controlled rather than getting him the help he desperately needed. Michael was human like all of us, and like anyone dependent on drugs he needed help. He did not need criminal doctors and friends keeping him medicated so their own greed and profits could be realized.

We also now know many more details that have revealed themselves since Michael’s passing and have given us full confidence in what we know and saw and corroborates our own testimonies. Some have been promised confidential, but it is our hope that the This Is Not It campaign will encourage others to speak the TRUTH they also know.

Sandy
 

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SAMANTHA'S TESTIMONY (very helpful)

04-10-09

I don’t know where to begin with my testimony. There is simply too much to say and so many feelings involved, feelings of sadness, regret, anger, confusion and helplessness. However, I need to share my story with the rest of you, for what it’s worth. It won’t bring Michael back and the vultures around him will keep fighting for whatever is left of him and his estate. This campaign we are putting together isn’t to try and stop the unstoppable, but to simply do Michael justice by telling who we can that he wasn’t well and that he DID reach out to us and that we owe him at least the truth by telling you what he told and showed us in th elast few weeks of his life. Whether he expressed his anguish and distress in words or in obvious physical and mental states, I believe (and I am not alone) that he was crying out for help and no-one around him came to his rescue, blinded by greed, fear, self-interest, disregard or even lack of compassion.

I have been a fan for over 20 years but only over the last 8 months of Michael’s life had I become what is called a “follower”. By that meaning I followed Michael on a regular if not daily basis. I got to see where he went and how he was and the people around him. I got to see his physical and mental state and how quickly things deteriorated in the last few weeks/months of his life. This is my recollection of the events preceding his death and how some of us, including myself, knew he was running out of time and was in great danger. We tried to intervene but we were too late.

In November 2008, Michael who was then staying at the Bel-Air hotel, met with a group of us outside and spoke to us for quite a while and he was kind enough to bring us food from his favorite restaurant which he had ordered for himself too that evening. He looked great and was very calm, very clear and lucid. There was obviously nothing “wrong” with him that evening. He spoke to us about many things and hinted at many projects coming up. At that time we had no idea that concerts were in the works. In the next few weeks Michael had many meetings at that hotel, meetings which now we know were about the Tour.

After the 02 concerts were announced in March, Michael began rehearsing at Center Staging between April and May. It is around that we started seeing a pattern in the increased visits to Dr. Klein’s office. The increase in visits and their duration began to alarm me and some others, especially when we began noticing the effects they had on him. He would start leaving the facility looking "groggy". We began realizing the procedures must have involved mind-altering substances.

It reached the point where some of us commented that it was pointless to give him fan letters and gifts after doctor’s visits as he would just send them back out signed, even though they were clearly letters addressed to him and not pictures from autograph hunters.

Something alarmed me more than usual on Saturday, April 25th,2009. It was the first time Michael went to see Dr. Klein on a week-end and it was late. He stayed there from 5pm-9.30pm.

When he came out from Klein’s office Michael smelled very strongly of I would say either rubbing alcohol or Ether and looked groggy.



On May 29th, Michael brought some of us in to Center Staging to talk to us about what was going on (after some fans told him they couldn’t get tickets to the concerts and how the ticket sales didn’t make sense and how things seemed to be a mess and was he aware of it). He told us he wasn’t aware of the problem, that he wasn’t aware that it was a seated venue and that he would do something about it. He told us he had gone to bed thinking it was 10 concerts and woke up finding out it was 50! He said “They did it without my consent. They just did it for obvious reasons”. He added “They did the schedule wrong too. It was supposed to be day, show off, day, show off, day, show off”. (He meant show, day off, show, day off).

His voice was breaking as he was going to start crying and he put his hands together in a prayer position and stood quietly. We were quiet with him. It was a very intense moment and filled with, in my opinion, sadness and worry.

I left feeling like our worries were validated and so did most of us there.

Unfortunately, the day after Michael made this statement it came out in the press. We don't know, but AEG was quick to refute it and call it a lie.

This also coincides with the timing of everything changing for the small group of us who used to have open contact with Michael.

After AEG found out about Michael’s statement to us everything changed.

Security shut us out and Michael stopped being as “available”.

With restricted access (although we still saw got to see him and somewhat speak to him) the doctor’s visits became more frequent and we noticed more of a physical change in him, especially his weight. He just looked too skinny and something felt wrong overall. Even his security guards’ attitudes and ways changed.


On June 1st Michael started rehearsals at the Forum in Inglewood

A couple of weeks into it, Michael Amir (Michael’s personal assistant and security) said that Michael was very tired, that he hadn't slept the entire week-end and that AEG kept on calling him all the time.
It was around that time that Michael would go to rehearsals later and later and sometimes cancel.
One of those times was on June 12th. Michael went late to rehearsals. On arrival there he didn’t stop for us the way he usually did. Shortly afterward his security came to see where we were, driving by our cars a block away where we usually parked and waited. They made no attempt to tell us what they were doing. This was about 8-9pm. At around midnight one of his security guards called “Biggie”, came out and told us: “Michael says this is “dangerous” (?!) and that “Michael didn’t want to go to rehearsals tonight”, “he’s tired”. And then we were asked to line up one by one and that we would get to have 15 seconds each alone with Michael. It all felt awkward for all of us involved. We didn’t understand what was going on but of course we did line up and had our time individually. It was very impersonal and we were being closely monitored by his security.


In the last few days of Michael’s life I also remember noticing his security guard Alberto Alvarez often looking very agitated and breaking into a nervous sweat. He would tell us, when questioning him on whether Michael was okay or not, that Michael was “focused” and in “tour mode” and not actually answering the question. Yet we could see it was more than that, that Michael had become increasingly altered, groggy and emaciated and that his security was nervous about something. In fact, instead of having 2-3 guards behind the gates at his house, it doubled and tripled and I even counted up to 12 of them on the night he died.Something was up, something had changed and we knew it was time to act.

In an attempt to do an intervention to save his life, a couple of dozen fans (including myself) wrote letters to Michael the week before his death. It was out intention to give him the letters and to make a statement on behalf of all the fans who felt something was wrong.

We knew it was a matter of time before he died unless an action was taken. No-one else around him seemed to care enough to do it. Once all the letters were collected and a plan was in place, we decided to intervene on June 24th, 2009.

We did in fact manage to get them in his hands that afternoon. That night would be the last time I’d see him, leaving Staples Center at around 1.30 am on June 25th,2009.



This was my letter to him:



“Michael,



I have admired and loved you since the age of 14 when you first saved my life. You have kept saving it throughout the years, as blunt and odd as it may sound to someone who doesn’t even “know” me. You kept me going and gave me hope and strength. .



Now it’s my turn, all of our turns, to reach out to YOU and tell you we’re here or you and that we want to help.



Please understand we love you so much we can’t afford to lose you. You mean so much it hurts to see you unhappy the way we have seen you for a while, as hard as you’ve tried to hide it. We feel and see something is wrong.



Michael, don’t ever do anything you DON’T want to do, whether it be concerts or anything-else people want you to do to make money.

Don’t let anyone or anything stress you to the point where you lose sleep, worry or do whatever else that ultimately affects your health. None of it is worth it and you don’t need to prove yourself.

You’ve paid your dues, more than once.



I need you and love you so deeply and truly, we all do.



Samantha”



Finally I want to end this by making something very clear. I am not saying Michael seemed high or groggy all the time. I want that to be understood. We did NOT perceive him as a junkie.

We were just concerned (during a certain period of time) that he was too stressed and too pressured to be able to eat and function without medication and that people around him knew he was unwell and chose to close their eyes for profit, and God knows what other reason. But I know what I saw and I know it wasn’t a healthy, happy, fit man ready to go onstage less than 3 weeks later, and they know it too. It’s time for the truth to come out.
Samantha
 

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THIS IS NOT IT STATEMENT

On June 25th 2009 Michael Jackson died. He was only 50 years old and the father of three young children

Were you shocked? You should have been. In fact, the true state of Michael Jackson’s failing health was being hidden from you by those who are making a profit from the screening of the “This is It” movie.

This is what you are going to see:

-the greatest entertainer that ever lived giving his all to rehearse what could have been an amazing, ground-breaking show
-a motivated crew, working hard to accomplish an extraordinary project
-special effects, incredible choreography, lighting and staging
-movie make-believe at its best....

This is what you are NOT going to see:

- Michael Jackson’s shocking sudden weight loss as a result of stress and medication, reducing him to a mere 108 lbs (49kg) at the time of his death.
- Kenny Ortega, the director of both the tour and the movie, having to help Michael Jackson up the stairs, having to spoon-feed him and cut his food.
-Michael Jackson's growing concerns: in May, while rehearsing over 10 hours a day, Michael Jackson confided to a few trusted fans he did not feel ready to do 50 shows, having agreed only to 10 originally, he felt pressured and the tour schedule seemed grueling.
-Michael Jackson failing to show up at rehearsals because he was not well, and being picked up from his house by his choreographer to force him to go to work.
- Michael Jackson’s debilitating insomnia and loss of appetite, the crippling pressure he was under, which led him to be over-prescribed and over-medicated by criminal doctors who kept him in an altered, drowsy state throughout the day and in an anesthetic coma at night.
- Everyone around him witnessing to Michael Jackson looking confused and groggy, forgetting the lyrics of his own songs during rehearsals. Nonetheless, his entourage kept enabling his dangerous prescription-drug use, to keep him relaxed, rested and under 'control'. Those very drugs are named as the cause of death in the coroner’s report.
- You will also not see Michael Jackson’s loyal fans and a couple of his friends attempting to intervene, writing letters pleading for those around him to care for his condition, and ultimately, after being ignored, giving letters of concern to Michael himself. Unfortunately, those who had the power to act did not, instead they chose to keep Michael Jackson isolated and controlled.

You will not see any of this.

It was inhumane. Michael Jackson needed help, but they were too busy relishing the profits this tour would have generated to acknowledge it. AEG, the tour promoter, and Michael's own entourage, pressed on and did not intervene to stop what clearly looked like a tragedy in waiting.

On June 25th 2009, the world lost its greatest star. The souls of Michael's fans are still weeping and they may never heal.

Michael Jackson had so much more to give to the world, but his heart stopped under the incredible pressure that was forced on him for this grueling tour, in addition to years of ill-treatment and lies by haters, enablers and media.

Michael Jackson deserved and needed the help he wasn't given. Instead, through editing and movie-making they try to tell us a different story in an attempt to clear their own conscience, spreading lies to conceal their responsibility. Too bad we were there to witness what truly happened in the weeks leading to his death and we are here now to tell you about it.

Should you decide to watch it, we hope that you will see this movie and the greed that produced it with different eyes, because you are watching the product of those who should bear much guilt for the passing of the world’s greatest entertainer, Michael Jackson, while they are reaping the profits of his death.

This did not have to be it.

www.facebook.com/ThisIsItStatement

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I am so confussed to wat to think i read this all earlier today and i wish i hadnt in some way just to much :boohoo:,i believe if it wasnt for the concerts things would of been so different today :cry: x
 
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In their own words (AEG):

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Concert promoter AEG Live's chief executive Randy Phillips says insurance will help cover any losses

on the now-canceled Michael Jackson concert series if the pop star died accidentally, including of a drug overdose,
but not if he died of natural causes.
http://encore.celebrityaccess.com/?encoreId=199&articleId=31493

July 2nd
Randy Phillips: "We wanted to conserve his strength. ... There were a lot of shows, even though they were spread out over nine months,"
While the team insists that they saw no sign that Jackson was using drugs, Phillips said worries mounted that Jackson did not have the energy to endure. His weight showed signs of wear and tear.

"Kenny [Ortega] used to cut his chicken breast for him and feed him," Phillips said. "I actually, in the last week, brought in someone whose sole purpose it was to remind him to eat. That was my biggest concern, was his weight."

"We're talking about 50 shows in one city -- no travel, living in a beautiful estate outside of London," Phillips said. "He was going to average two-and-a-quarter shows a week. You can't do less than that and spend this much money on production and advertise it ... and make money.


Kenny:
"He would say to me, 'I didn't sleep much last night,'" Ortega said. "If he got inspired, then he would work on a song, work on a lyric. He would go downstairs and work in his room and work on a dance step or call me on the phone at 3 o'clock."



http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/MichaelJackson/Story?id=7990611&page=2

March 14 09
Randy Phillips: "He's 50 but he's going to dance his ass off"

"If Mike gets too nervous to go on, I'll throw him over my shoulder and carry him on stage. He's light enough."


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsb....ight-moves.html


June 30 / Skynews:

Reports about Michael are that he was incredibly frail and he hardly get on to the stage and he was suffering from stage fright. You saw him the night before. Can you tell us what he was really like?
Phillips: Yea that is absolutely not true. I don't know if you saw reports but Lou Ferrigno, The Incredible Hulk was his personal trainer and he refutes all of that and he was working with him. We may at some point release some footage of him in rehearsal which will totally refute that.

Lou Ferrigno: (who stayed with MJ only 3 weeks in may...)
Was he in a good shape?
Yes. He was eating only once a day. He was a vegetarian and his weight was 58 kg.. (may)
But I think he needed more time to get ready. He was 50 but his dancing was as good as when he was 20. But as for his physical condition, he was slower. I was taking care of him cause he had back problems and had broken his foot.
He sould have had 3 months more to get ready.
After our last meeting, he llost a lot of weight. Stress can kill.

http://www.parismatch.com/People-Match/M....errigno-118452/

Lou Ferrigno: "He might have been a little thin because he was under a lot of stress training for the tour," Ferrigno said ...
"I think he was a vegetarian. And he only ate once a day. But I just told him the proper supplements to take"

According to lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe, Jackson didn't always appear in peak condition during rehearsals
"The sense in the camp was that we were nervous. We were nervous about whether we would be able to pull off the show"
The singer would often miss rehearsals, said Woodroffe
"We all had a view as to whether he would be able to survive these 50 shows and whether he could have. I couldn't tell you, but I can certainly tell you he would have made it to the start of the race if you know what I mean," he said. "Whatever the view of Michael Jackson is, there's this sense that he would have done it and that was exciting.'

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/MichaelJackson/Story?id=7963807&page=2
 

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Jackson family and friends quotes:

On GMTV, LaToya says Paris said "They worked him too hard", he wasn't getting any rest
- she said MJ only wanted 10 shows, not 50. He didn't know about 50, he couldn't do 50
- family was not comfortable with people around him
-"People controlled him. They controlled him, they did what they wanted. And it was very difficult for him to say: 'No, no, no'.
"It's very, very difficult because in situations such as that one, we've tried so many times to intervene... they keep everybody at bay, they keep everyone away, actually."
Asked how they did that, La Toya replied: "By controlling... by controlling his thoughts, controlling what he does... not letting anyone through the gates."

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yOivk91GpaY
 

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On ABC, Joe Jackson:

"Michael told me himself. That he agreed to 10 shows. But they went and added all these other shows."

"I was worried about his health because all the shows that I'm seeing -- no artist can do those many shows you know, back to back like that," Joe Jackson said. "And so I knew Michael couldn't do all those shows."

Jackson said suspects his son's sudden sudden death may not have been an accident.

"I just couldn't believe what was happening to Michael," he said.

"I do believe it was foul play," Jackson added. "I do believe that. Yes."

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/MichaelJackson/story?id=8067482&page=1
 

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Leonard Rowe quotes. Please note his estimate of the weight.

"Michael Jackson was not ready. He was not fit," Rowe said, "If you can call weighting 110, 115 pounds fit … no."

Rowe said he also predicted that Jackson wouldn't even make it to London if something wasn't done about what he called Jackson's addiction to prescription drugs. He claims he called several Jackson family members in the days before the singers' death regarding an intervention, including his eldest sister Rebbie, youngest brother Randy and Joe Jackson.

"We planned to bring everyone together as soon as possible to get everyone on board," he said. "But we were just a little bit too late."



http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/MichaelJackson/story?id=8067482&page=1
 

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Paris Jackson: Concert organisers killed my dad

Michael Jackson's 11-year-old daughter Paris believes her father died because he was overworked in the lead-up to his 'This Is It' tour.
Speaking on British talk show The Paul O'Grady Show, Michael's sister La Toya Jackson voiced her niece's theories that Michael had died because he was pushed too hard by concert organisers.

"She said, 'No, you don’t understand, they kept working him and Daddy didn’t want that but they worked him constantly' — I felt so bad," La Toya said.

Michael died from a cardiac arrest with a cocktail of pharmaceutical drugs in his system. Immediately after his death in hospital, Paris confided in her aunt, "The cardiologist was the best, so how could this happen?"

"What happened is they worked him too hard."

Michael had originally planned to do 10 concerts but that number was increased to 50 — a decision he publicly complained about.

La Toya also revealed her own theory that Michael was murdered for the Beatles songs and other music that he owned.

"I thought that from day one ... you must understand something Michael always told me," she said.

"He said, 'If anything happens to me, if I die, it’s because someone murdered me — they’re trying to kill me'.

"It wasn't that he was being delusional, they did this over the catalogue."

An autopsy report released today reveals that Michael was in good health before his death with no heart problems whatsoever, however his arms were covered with puncture wounds from the drugs that eventually caused his death.

http://celebrities.ninemsn.com.au/blog.a....ts=true&rss=yes
 

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Hey all.... I didn't want to think about this but I believe for Michael's sake we have to face the truth - as much as it hurts - and let the world know.
I am so so sorry for your loss because you knew Michael personally, so all this must be hurting you more extremely than even the pain a lot of us are going through. I appreciate your strength and determination and I fully support you.

I also really appreciate your approach and tone, in that you are not making people feel guilty about seeing the movie. Because you're right: the movie will still show how Michael persevered and still proves he is the greatest, no matter how he was suffering.
I for one am going to see it, because that's my way of connecting with the dream he so wanted the world to see. I know he didn't want it to happen like this, but I think the world also needs to see that he still had it.

So I'm here to support and help to get the truth out.

Thank you.
 

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This sort of confirms what I've suspected from day-1.I 100% agree that there is no way he weighed 136lbs.You can see from the photos & clips how frail he actually was.I hope people will actually read this before passing judgement.
I think it's great that theirs a groups of fans doing what they feel is right.I'm as confused as most fans but I do feel that AEG & certain parties have been manipulating alot of asspects as to MJ's final days/weeks/months.
 

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Oh I'd like to add that I agree with you guys that he wasn't killed; I mean at least intentionally. I mean all these conspiracy theories, I don't personally believe them. But I DO believe that if it were not for Sony/AEG and these 50 shows, he would be here.
 

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The original thread was moved to the Investigative Unit but lost during the problems experienced last night.

I'm going to move this to the Investigative Unit.
 

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InLou Ferrigno: (who stayed with MJ only 3 weeks in may...)
Was he in a good shape?
Yes. He was eating only once a day. He was a vegetarian and his weight was 58 kg.. (may)
But I think he needed more time to get ready. He was 50 but his dancing was as good as when he was 20. But as for his physical condition, he was slower. I was taking care of him cause he had back problems and had broken his foot.
He sould have had 3 months more to get ready.
After our last meeting, he llost a lot of weight. Stress can kill.

58kg is 127lb. And according to Ferrigno, Michael's weight went even lower.

So where did the '136lb' come from that was quoted in the supposed autopsy report???

I believe the fans... and my own eyes :(
 

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so you saw MJ in the early morning hours of JUNE 25th? not the JUne 24th as reported? Correct. I am on another forum and we are doing timeline to this effect. I contacted you and gave you ladied the info please join us on the forum We could use your help. Its not your usual forum thanks by the way my name if Faith
 

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Thanks for posting Cris. I believe you about his weight. He must have been lighter than 136lbs....I am approx 120lbs and a few inches shorter and I honestly think he looked way skinnier than me.

What's up with the chicken? Was he vegetarian or not?
 

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I believe the tour was too much stress for michael in the end
 

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I believe the tour was too much stress for michael in the end

I agree. I believe there is something very serious behind all this (tour), but that is far from our eyes. It is difficult to know and find out what exactly happened behind the scenes. But I'm sure that what happened left Michael stressed, worried and probably very tired. But it's what I ALWAYS say the truth will out.
 
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7. Despite the supposed leaked autopsy, I steadfastly believe that Michael weighed much less than 136lbs at the time of his death
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So, basically your campaign has to prove that Michael was unhealthy thin and as a result he died because of that? So in your opinion the autopsy which says that he had healthy organs is fake?
I believe that he was killed and didn’t die because he was unhealthy.
 

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7. Despite the supposed leaked autopsy, I steadfastly believe that Michael weighed much less than 136lbs at the time of his death
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So, basically your campaign has to prove that Michael was unhealthy thin and as a result he died because of that? So in your opinion the autopsy which says that he had healthy organs is fake?
I believe that he was killed and didn’t die because he was unhealthy.


The campaign doesn't say that. It just says he was neglected and abused, that he needed help and people closed their eyes. The fans don't know or have evidence beyond that.
 
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The campaign doesn't say that. It just says he was neglected and abused, that he needed help and people closed their eyes. The fans don't know or have evidence beyond that.

Autopsy shows his weght was 138 pounds? Once again it is fake? Fans-followers want to prove that it was 108 pounds according what Karen said? Do I have to trust karen? She wiped up a few my posts on FB about the media speculations about Mj being an addict from Insider and thread about new aoutopsy results. I wonder why now?
I feel something fishy about it. I do not know what, but my opinion somebody doesn't like the a new autopsy results which doesn't match with tablods version.
He was abused, I agree. He was thin? Maybe, but not sick.
 

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Everything is on the website www.this-is-not-it.com.
The campaign's objective is to tell a piece of the truth that is hidden now, that's all. Open eyes
:yes: thank you.

I think cris is trying to say that this is why Michael was killed....Cris please correct me if I am wrong...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZsZgShEbWM8

maybe I've misinterpreted the campaign but I don't think it's about him being killed. from what I gather, the stress, rehearsals, pressure, etc were too much for him...and the campaign is not trying to say that anyone intentionally killed him.
Please correct me if I'm wrong...
 

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Again here, what are you wanting to achieve? What's the purpose of this campaign? Thanks.

The purpose of the campaign is TRUTH, whatever that may turn out to be. Michael is gone, but he has three children, and they deserve to know what, exactly, happened. Not what corporations said happened. Not what media wants to have happened, but the TRUTH.

I think when this all settles out, the truth WILL be known. It's important to keep open minds. . Just that. We loved him. We need to continue to fight for him, and for the truth. . whatever that turns out to be.

Of all people, I trust the follower fans the most. They saw him daily, and were afraid for his survival. Sadly, they turned out to be RIGHT. We owe Michael. . we OWE him, for all he has given us. . to find out the truth.
 

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Lou Ferrigno: (who stayed with MJ only 3 weeks in may...)
Was he in a good shape?
Yes. He was eating only once a day. He was a vegetarian and his weight was 58 kg.. (may)
But I think he needed more time to get ready. He was 50 but his dancing was as good as when he was 20. But as for his physical condition, he was slower. I was taking care of him cause he had back problems and had broken his foot.
He sould have had 3 months more to get ready.
After our last meeting, he llost a lot of weight. Stress can kill.

http://www.parismatch.com/People-Match/M....errigno-118452/

Is this the only article where Lou states Michael's weight? I've tried to find a video of Lou stating Michael's weight to back up his claim but in the only one I found that mentioned it Lou said he didn't know what Michael weighed.
 
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