Reminder: Tom Mesereau Return’s To King Jordan Radio Airs Tonight

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Tonight Tom Mesereau return’s to King Jordan Radio. It’s been 8 weeks since we booked Tom and I cant tell how amazing a lot of are you are in re-shareing it & re tweeting it ,God Bless you.

All Topics, Tom’s Thoughts on Conrad Murray’s interview on 60 minutes , Aphrodite Jones on my show saying ” I Have a question mark when it comes to Jordie Chandler”, Tom’s thought’s on the AEG Verdict

Live Question’s as well as Questions that have already been submitted.

This Should be The best interview I’ve ever had w Tom Mesereau ,You Do not wanna miss this!

January 2, 10pm/ est /7pm west/ 9pm Mountain Time 3AM UK

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To All MJ Fans Worldwide: Join The Boycott Conrad Murray Campaign (Updated)

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Michael Jackson Fans United-Tired of Injustice: No Profit for Conrad Murray

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We are a group of very concerned Michael Jackson fans. We are uniting out of our respect for Michael Jackson and his legacy.  He was a global superstar and while he should be remembered for his artistry, he should also be remembered for his humanitarianism.  Of equal importance was his love for his own children and his loyal fans.  These are the things an individual like Michael Jackson should be remembered for… not the tragic manner in which he was taken from us.
The man responsible for taking Michael away from his children, family, and fans, Conrad Murray is scheduled to be released from jail in a matter of days. Murray is now a convicted felon, who was put in handcuffs and taken to jail moments after his manslaughter conviction. Michael Jackson’s fans from all over the globe are steadfast in our belief that Conrad Murray should not be allowed to profit from his criminal negligence, which resulted in the death of another human being. A human being beloved by millions all over the world.
We are reaching out to all media outlets, broadcasters, public relations organizations, and publishers, in an attempt to encourage them not to give Murray a platform to profit or exploit the life and/or death of Michael Jackson. Murray has shown absolutely no remorse for his crime and accepts no responsibility for his egregious actions and negligence. Instead, he continues to re-victimize Michael Jackson and his children. Murray continues through his agents and through jail house interviews to shift the blame post-conviction to his victim. In a reckless and thoughtless act, Murray released a taped message to Michael’s daughter, Paris. In this act he has demonstrated his selfishness and heartlessness towards the very child he left orphaned by his criminality.
We are determined to hold any organizations accountable for any/and all partnerships with Murray. If necessary, we will reach out to advertisers, sponsors and community organizations, to prevent Murray from profiting. Murray should not be given any platforms to spread ‘his truth’ especially since he refused to tell ‘his truth’ under oath. Our fight for justice for a just man such as Michael knows no limits. We believe that all media outlets should respect the fact that Michael Jackson is no longer here to defend himself against any allegations, and let this man, who millions love and continue to mourn, finally rest in peace.
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Another Trial: Where Do We Go From Here?

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I am trying to get a handle on my emotions right now. It is a terrible blow to us that the Wade allegations are going to trial next year. To make matter worse for fans, the trial will convene in June, the same month that we lost Michael. We were all hoping that the judge would throw it out because of the past due deadline to file claims against the estate. I’ve asked myself this morning about why the judge didn’t throw it out. Please keep in mind that what I am about to say is strictly my opinion. I am not a legal expert and could be very wrong, but I am trying to make some sense of this for my own emotional state of being. Based on the evidence presented to him, it seems that Judge Beckloff either couldn’t or didn’t want to make a decision and thought it best for the case to go to trial. I do not know if this will be a jury trial or a court trial without a jury. The judge has to do what is fair based on regulation.  I don’t know if he considered the impact on Michael’s children, but I certainly don’t agree with the decision at all. In my mind, the judge reminds me of Pontius Pilate concerning the fate of Jesus when he was brought before him.  The people wanted to crucify Jesus but needed legal authority to do it.  Pilate’s wife forewarned him not to have anything to do with this innocent man because of a dream that she had. So Pilate literally washed his hands, physically and emotionally and let the people have Jesus to decide his fate. I may be wrong, but it seems to me that Judge Beckloff may be doing the same with Wade’s case.  We do know that the publicity generated will never be good for Michael or his heirs. Once again, this is only my opinion. Others may know more legally and see things differently.

I am not trying to depress us further, but we have to face the facts.  Having another scandalous trial is not the in the best interest of anyone. It was my hope that after the AEG trial and Murray’s release next month, that 2014 would be better. Now we know that this endless drama is not going away anytime soon. Some fans may decide that they can’t take anymore and may walk away.  No one should blame or ridicule them for that because everyone has their limits and I truly hope this doesn’t happen.  We have gone through enough over the years and the last four years have been the hardest. We lost Michael. We made it through the Murray trial and, we’ve endured the AEG trial, which is now in the hands of the jury. In the midst of all of this, here comes Wade. Paris tries to harm herself and is still recuperating.  Murray gets out next month and now to top it all, we have another trial next year, with more ugly rumors and lies to be unfolded.  Lastly, the decision made in the Robson case could also motivate others come forward with new allegations to get money. I’m being very honest here. It’s a lot to deal with all at once. 

I can’t stop thinking about Michael’s children, the real victims of all this madness. I can’t imagine how they must feel knowing the wonderful man that their dad was to seeing him portrayed differently in the news. I can’t imagine how much is going through their young minds. How will this affect them, especially Paris?

Then I thought about what Michael would do if he were alive. I believe that he would try to continue to keep fighting. He would fight to continue to build a life for his family and to see his future dreams come to pass. He would fight for his reputation and dignity.  He would hold his head high as he did each day for trial in 2005. I thought about how he dealt with the problems he faced.  He suffered burns to his scalp during the Pepsi commercial, but yet he remained calm. Wearing his famous glove, he bravely waved at us as a sign that he was ok. He received death threats, but still went on stage. Fans have tried to charge at him while performing, but he merely moved out the way and let security handle it. His back was injured when the “Bridge of No Return,” accidently crashed to the ground while performing in Munich. He never stopped singing, although he was in much pain. I know many of you remember the fan running ran up the cherry picker to Michael as he climbed high over the audience in Korea. Michael held him tightly to keep him from falling and once again never stopped singing. At first, it’s comical to see, but the seriousness of the incident could have been fatal for both of them. What if the man was intent to harm Michael by pushing him off or using a weapon?  What if the fan had had slipped and fell to his death? Ironically, both of these incidents occurred during Michael’s performance of “Earth Song.” When Michael was being pressured for the “This Is It” tour, he kept trying to make it happen and came back strong during his last few days.

In all these examples I’ve mentioned, they clearly show the brave determination of Michael Jackson. That’s how he was raised. Neglecting his personal safety was not a good thing to do, but he always felt an obligation to his audience, even when he was hurt physically and emotionally. He never wanted to disappoint his fans and we shouldn’t want to disappoint him either. He loved and cared about us so much.


Today, I posted an article entitled, “When Fans Attack.” I did it for several reasons:

1) It shows that Michael Jackson fans will not take down on defending Michael and we can change the outcome if we put our differences aside and work together.

 2) To see how others view the fan community. We must be mindful that if we expect to have an impact for change, we must do some serious work on our image as fans.

3) There’s a degree of humor in it. Admit it; several people came to your mind as you read it!

4) There is truth in it. It is true that we fight hard for Michael, but the fan community is so divided and diverse in their beliefs about him.

But what must do as fans to survive these ordeals?  We are very hurt and tired of the constant and unending drama. We know the kind of man that Michael Jackson was and it is not easy to see someone that we love and care about so deeply, being constantly ridiculed and lied on. But how to do we find the strength to keep going on? It’s ok to get mad and frustrated and even cry because we are human. We have to learn to channel that anger into determination to keep discouragement and weariness from setting in.  We have to be there for each other with love and encouragement when times get rough. We have to keep showing all the good and positive things that Michael did for the world and being examples of that. We must stop fighting in the fan community over trivial things and see the big picture, which is the legacy of Michael Jackson.  That is the only thing worth fighting for. I didn’t write this to put anybody down because I also know that there are people who are being legitimately cyber bullied online. That is certainly NOT right either and I don’t support that! I am talking about the petty arguing and fighting in the community. We are not the star!  Michael Jackson is the star! We are his mouthpieces of truth, if we use it correctly. We need to start over again with a new mindset.  Sadly, everyone will not do this, but we can’t let that stop us from trying. Our most important fight is to win justice for Michael Jackson!

“There’s a time when you’re right and you know you must fight.” (Taken from “Leave Me Alone”)

We shouldn’t fight not with our sisters and brothers about the small stuff. We must learn to agree to disagree and respect our differences. It is really long overdue for us to look at the Man in the Mirror and make the necessary changes for the good of the order. Things are not going to get easier for a while. It’s time to decide if we are staying in the fight for Michael or if we have had enough.  It’s time to decide if it is more important to stand up for Michael legacy and his children or be right about our opinions.

I can’t quit on Michael. He means too much to me for so many personal reasons. He is my hero and I believe in him no matter what.  He’s one of the best human examples of love that I know. Let pull together and focus on Michael’s endless messages and example of love. He brought us all together as a family in the first place.

My prayer is for peace and renewed hope, not only in the MJ fan community, but all over the world.  Please listen to Michael’s words of wisdom on the video below. I pray that one day, his memory will really rest in peace.

“Without hope, we are lost.” ~ Michael Jackson

Submitted With love ♥

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Tom Mesereau Returns To The King Jordan Radio Show, August 20, 2013

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Defense attorney Tom Meserau returns once again to the King Jordan Radio show on Tuesday, August 20, 2013, 10PM eastern and 7 PM PST time.  Amoug the topics for discussion will be Michael’s birthday, the AEG trial, George Zimmerman and the James H. Holmes upcoming trial. You won’t want to miss a minute of it!

The King Jordan Talk Show Will Interview Charles Thomson, Saturday, July 6, 2013 At 5:00PM Eastern

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The King Jordan Radio Show is very happy to announce their next guest the acclaimed Award Multi Media Journalist Mr. Charles Thomson on Saturday, July 6th at 5PM Eastern  – 2:00PM PST time.

Mr. Thomson has become internationally known for challenging the unfair coverage of the embattled star. One of the youngest writer’s to be given his own Huffington Post  blog. His article for the Huffington Post entitled, “One of Most Shameful Episodes in Journalistic History,” won Mr. Thomson acclaim from Mr. Thomas Meserau and Ms. Susan Yu who refer journalist’s with trial queries to Charles Huffington Post Blog. The article also won Charles Thomson the respect of the Jackson family.

You do not want to miss this very important and exciting show. Mr. Thomson will be disputing all of the vicious things being said about Michael Jackson in the media today.

We will be taking your calls.

The Sworn Testimony That Will Come Back To Haunt Wade Robson

Source: Charles Thomson


When you’ve been covering Michael Jackson for any significant period of time, you come to believe that nothing can shock you anymore. Since I began reporting on Michael Jackson for various media organisations, he has announced the biggest concert residency of all time and then died before he could complete it. A doctor has been jailed for his homicide and a posthumous album has caused international scandal by containing tracks allegedly sung by an imposter.

For many years, Michael Jackson’s life (and after-life) has been a quagmire of scandal, controversy and legal wrangling. Presently, entertainment company AEG – which promoted Jackson’s ‘This Is It’ concerts – is on trial over what the singer’s family feels is a modicum of responsibility for his death. Already, witnesses have testified that Jackson was banned from the stage during some rehearsals for fear he would injure himself. A producer has testified to weeping as she saw Jackson rambling at rehearsals that God was speaking to him. She told jurors she had warned senior production members she believed he was dying and needed to be transported to hospital, only for her pleas to go ignored. Less than a week later, he was dead.

To a seasoned Jackson correspondent, none of this was surprising. It seems that not a week goes by without some drama or another engulfing the deceased music legend or those closely associated with him, from copyright disputes to kidnap allegations. But last week there was a development in the Michael Jackson sphere which truly did surprise me. Wade Robson, who has staunchly defended Michael Jackson for 20 years and even testified for him in his 2005 trial, filed papers against various organisations connected to the pop legend, seeking multiple pay-outs for alleged childhood abuse.

The choreographer claims he was sexually abused for seven years, from age seven to age 14. The news has rocked the Michael Jackson community. Those who loved him have sprung to his defence while those who built careers on attacking him had reacted with undisguised glee. Jackson’s ex-wife Debbie Rowe has labeled the financial demands ‘opportunistic’ and Jermaine Jackson has branded the choreographer ‘full of shit’.

Civil rights lawyer Tom Mesereau, who defended Jackson in his 2005 trial, has suggested the claims are ‘suspicious’ as their public filing coincided so neatly with the AEG trial. Indeed, the allegations broke as make-up artist Karen Faye testified that she and others had raised repeated concerns about Jackson’s health but had received callous responses from those in charge. Robson’s televised interview days later ensured little media attention was paid to testimony from an AEG employee that financial papers proved Murray was the company’s employee, not Michael Jackson’s. Wade Robson has repeatedly worked for AEG and apparently already has future work lined up with the corporation, but his lawyer has denied any connection between the court cases.

In light of Robson’s sudden change of tune, I have dusted off my complete trial transcripts from the 2005 government prosecution of Michael Jackson. While many news reports have mentioned that Robson testified for Jackson in the case, few have made any particular effort to underscore the gravity of his testimony.

Wade Robson was such a compelling and assured witness that Michael Jackson chose him to open his defence case at trial. Under sustained and sometimes aggressive questioning by government prosecutor Ron Zonen, Robson not only denied any impropriety on Jackson’s part, but did so repeatedly, vigorously and convincingly – even mocking prosecutors and describing the mere suggestion of sexual abuse at Jackson’s hands as ‘ridiculous’.

As a side-note, the idea that in a trial about alleged child sex abuse, a genuine abuser would choose somebody they had molested for seven years as their first witness to undergo unrelenting government cross-examination may seem somewhat far-fetched to the casual onlooker.

When viewed alongside some of the comments he made on the Today Show this week, Robson’s testimony is likely to cast more than a reasonable doubt over his new claims. He answered clearly and competently to detailed questions about various examples of alleged misconduct.  The testimony is so immensely damaging to his new legal demands for money that he and his lawyer have already floated two potential, but arguably equally unconvincing, explanations for the bizarre u-turn.

When the story about his demands for money went live last week, Robson’s lawyer was quoted as saying the choreographer had recovered ‘repressed memories’, a story many suggested could have been designed to explain away Robson’s strenuous denials in the 2005 trial without admitting to perjury. However, Robson’s claim was met with such incredulity – many eminent psychologists do not even believe in repressed memories and even those who do took rather a dim view of Robson’s somewhat extreme story – that he has since changed tact.

Robson claimed in his TV interview this week that the real reason he told jurors he was not molested was that he had not realised that what Jackson allegedly did to him was abusive – another claim guaranteed to raise many an eyebrow. He was a successful, professional 22-year-old man at the time of his testimony.

Under oath in 2005, Robson was asked repeatedly about particular acts and whether he knew Michael Jackson to have performed them upon any child. He responded vehemently that not only had he never witnessed any such behaviour, but he was steadfast in his opinion that Michael Jackson would never have engaged in it.

Looking back over the 2005 court documents, the latest explanation for his testimony simply does not stand up to scrutiny. For instance, he was asked specifically whether Jackson had touched his body. Regardless of whether he believed Jackson’s conduct to constitute sexual abuse, if Jackson had indeed touched his body, the clear answer would have been ‘yes’. But it wasn’t ‘yes’. It was ‘no’. Over, and over, and over again.

He even testified that after what he now claims were several years of sexual abuse at Jackson’s hands, he returned to the scene of the alleged crimes more than 20 times in later life, with friends and relatives in tow, for relaxing getaways. He also testified to remaining in touch with Jackson and still considering him a close friend. Indeed, several years after the trial, Robson continued to socialise with Jackson.

Shortly after Jackson’s death was announced in 2009, Robson wrote that Jackson was ‘one of the main reasons I believe in the pure goodness of humankind’. According to Jackson’s brother Jermaine, Robson and his mother helped him pen portions of his autobiography about the media’s unfair portrayal of his brother as a child molester. Indeed, since Jackson’s death Robson has paid public tribute to the star repeatedly, as recently as 2012. He even applied last year for a job choreographing a tribute show to his alleged molester, but did not get the gig.

Wade Robson has filed a creditor’s claim against Jackson’s Estate, seeking a cash pay-out for alleged childhood abuse. He has also filed a civil lawsuit against various Jackson-affiliated companies, seeking further financial compensation for his alleged abuse.

He insisted this week that his new claims were ‘not about money’.

The full transcript of Robson’s testimony on May 5, 2005, totals almost 14,000 words and runs across 60 pages of A4. It includes lots of repetition and discussion about where he lived, when his parents separated and various other tangential asides. Below, I have extracted what I believe to be the key testimony. It is difficult to see how, given the existence of this sworn testimony, Robson could ever convince a jury beyond a reasonable doubt that Jackson had ever acted inappropriately in his presence.

A cynical person might therefore interpret Robson’s high profile TV interview this week as an attempt to avoid ever getting into a courtroom and having a jury test his new claims. How many more high profile public attacks can Jackson’s Estate suffer before it is forced to begin considering a settlement? At this stage, the ability to damage the Estate’s earning potential is about all Robson has got on his side – because the evidence is firmly on Michael Jackson’s.

Here is the testimony nobody else in the media is showing you. See for yourself. 

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