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Pray for Michael in your own way.

It's pretty damn sad what they're doing to Michael Jackson [March 2005]. Anyone with eyes in their head can see that he's a victim. He didn't do that plastic surgery to himself, it was done TO him by a doctor. Even his hands this week have turned white and are starting to look like the gloves he wore in THRILLER. He came into court limping stiffly last week [March 2005] saying feebly that he'd fallen in the shower but how do we know they didn't torture him? For gawd's sake, he's coughing up blood! And they seem to be starving him too.

And also last week they had pictures of him going into court with his father beside him, the man who really SHOULD be on trial for something. When Michael was a boy that man used to brutally beat him and there are allegations that he allowed sexual abuse of him too.

And even the witness against him, the child he supposedly sexualy abused, was put up to it by his parents who have proven to be after money.

Michael Jackson was a true talent who the powers-that-be exploited and are continuing to exploit. People should know in their hearts what kind of a person Michael Jackson really is - just flash your mind back to when we saw him on tv when he was five years old.

As Michael says in the following news article, "There is a conspiracy" and "just remember me in 'Thriller'". ~ Jackie Jura

Michael declares innocence, says he's victim of conspiracy
USA Today, Mar 27, 2005

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Declaring himself "completely innocent" of child molestation charges, Michael Jackson said Sunday he is the victim of a conspiracy and asked fans around the world to pray for him. In an interview with Rev. Jesse Jackson, the entertainer would not elaborate on his conspiracy belief, citing the court-imposed gag order that prevents him from discussing his trial in detail. However, he said he believes he is the latest of several "black luminaries" to be unjustly accused, citing former South African president Nelson Mandela and former heavyweight boxing champions Muhammad Ali and Jack Johnson as others.

"I just want to say to fans in every corner of the Earth, every nationality, every race, every language: I love you from the bottom of my heart," Jackson said toward the end of the hour-long interview live on the Internet. "I would love your prayers and your goodwill, and please be patient and be with me and believe in me because I am completely, completely innocent. But please know a lot of conspiracy is going on as we speak," he said.

Jackson also said he is in "intense pain" since falling in the shower earlier this month, although he said at another point that his health was perfect. He was late arriving in court on March 10, wearing pyjama bottoms, a T-shirt and walking stiffly, and his representatives said at the time he had been treated at a hospital for a serious back injury.

"I was coming out of the shower and I fell and all my body weight - I'm pretty fragile - all my body weight fell against my rib cage," Jackson said. "And I bruised my lung very badly." He said the injury has caused him to cough up blood and was so painful that it brought him to tears in court one day when he was seen wiping his eyes with a tissue. He said he remains under a doctor's care.

When Jesse Jackson noted how thin he is, the pop star replied that he has never been a big eater, something he said has always concerned his mother and others, including actress Elizabeth Taylor, a friend. "Elizabeth Taylor used to feed me, to hand-feed me, at times," he said. "Please, I don't want anybody to think I'm starving, I'm not." he quickly added. "My health is perfect, actually."

The entertainer also denied recent rumours that he is teetering on the verge of bankruptcy. "That's not true at all. It's just one of their many schemes to embarrass me. It's to drag me through the mud," he said. However, he indicated some sort of battle is under way over the music catalogue he owns that contains the rights to songs by the Beatles, Little Richard and others. "There's a big fight going on, right now as we speak, about that," he said. "I can't comment on it, but there's a lot of conspiracy out there."

He spent the first 40 minutes of the interview reminiscing warmly about his career, his family and such childhood musical heroes as James Brown, Jackie Wilson, Sammy Davis Jr. and the Beatles, saying he grew up in a household filled with music. Jesse Jackson told The Associated Press earlier this month that he and Michael Jackson frequently pray together, and he told his audience Sunday that he speaks by phone with the entertainer nearly every day. Michael Jackson, a Jehovah's Witness, said prayer is helping him get through his trial, which resumes Monday. "I gain strength from God. I believe in Jehovah God very much," he said.

Asked the lowest point in his life, he responded: "Probably the low point, the lowest point emotionally, is probably what I'm going through." He said the high point was when he recorded his heralded Thriller album of 1982. He set out to make it a disco version of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker Suite, and believes he succeeded, Jackson said, noting it won eight Grammys and was the biggest-selling record of all time. "I would say that was the pinnacle," he said.

Michael Jackson Conspiracy, by Aphrodite Jones

Redemption: The Truth Behind the Michael Jackson Child Molestation Allegations, by Geraldine Hughes

Michael Jackson's Dermatologist Arnold Klein. Larry King, Jul 8, 2009 (....He came to me because I was rebuilding his face....)


Glimpse of Michael Jackson's bizarre world, Canwest News, Jun 27, 2009
A Vancouver resident who helped steer Michael Jackson through some of his most controversial moments says he was stunned by the death of the pop icon - but not surprised - in an interview that offers a revealing glimpse of the bizarre performer. Stuart Backerman was Jackson's publicist from 2002 to 2004 - dealing with one public relations disaster after another. He knew intimate details of Jackson's demons, his health problems, his reliance on prescription drugs. Jackson was preparing for a series of concerts in London, his first shows in years, and clearly was under a great deal of stress. "To be quite honest, his lifestyle, the anxiousness he's been under, and stress in terms of the concerts in London was incredible", said Backerman. "Remember, he signed up for 50 concerts, performing every other night. That's a lot for a guy who hasn't performed since 2001". Backerman thinks Jackson was probably taking too much Demerol. "I've heard from very, very good sources, in fact it's been confirmed as I understand it, that at 11:30 a.m. Thursday he was given an injection of Demerol", Backerman said. "He used Demerol following the Pepsi commercial in 1984 and the burning of his hair and the scalding of his scalp. I would say between that, and the pressure he's been under trying to practice and rehearse and get in shape after all the years of doing nothing, and all the other stresses . . . it created almost a lethal cocktail of situations that put him over the edge, and taxed his heart to the degree that he couldn't handle it".

To Backerman, the ill-fated Pepsi commercial was the defining moment of Jackson's descent from the King of Pop to a walking tabloid headline. Jackson suffered second-degree burns after a pyrotechnic malfunction and it had a serious impact on his health, mentally and physically. "That Pepsi commercial debacle was a seminal event in Michael Jackson's life", Backerman said. "He was in pain, deep, incredible pain, and he was prescribed Demerol. Like a lot of people who get prescription drugs, that turned into a semi-habit. And it created the situation of him being 'off' sometimes, because of his Demerol". "It also transferred into the cosmetic surgery situation. Because his scalp was burned, he could never have that gorgeous head of hair that he had in the Thriller days, that girls died for. He was such a handsome African-American male. He had the perfect, beautiful Afro, tied back, he was the handsomest guy around, really. But he couldn't grow his hair anymore, so he had to wear different wigs which made him look strange". Michael Jackson wore wigs? He wore wigs. Those were all wigs, all of them. That kind of parted-down-the-middle, dopey look that you see. Sometimes you could see that he didn't have the wig on properly, and it covered what was really just stubble on his hair, because of the accident. Cosmetically he had to get that covered up, and that sort of led to his thinking about other cosmetic approaches".

"Other cosmetic approaches" include Jackson's infamous nose jobs and surgeries. Backerman said he thinks one of the reasons Jackson kept trying to change his face was his troubled relationship with his father. "He saw a computer graphic of what he would look like at about 50 years old, and he freaked out, because he thought he looked just like his father, Joe Jackson", Backerman said. "That combined with the wig got him thinking about changing his look". Joe Jackson was a domineering father, pushing Michael to stardom from childhood. "He grew up . . . that's the point, he never grew up. He never really grew beyond the prepubescent 12-year-old, in a sense. That's why he was attracted to - and I don't necessarily mean sexually - but he was attracted to hanging out with 11, 12, 13-at-the-most year-old boys, you know? Because he felt comfortable with them. They didn't judge him, they loved him, and he could love them". Jackson was accused of molesting some of his young male friends, and reportedly gave one $20 million to drop a lawsuit. "I had no personal experience seeing Michael in any dalliance", Backerman said. "I'd like to think that whatever he had going with any boys was reasonably innocent prepubescent experimentation - if that", he said. "I certainly know with one of his accusers that that was a scam, because I know for a fact, having experienced that, being at Neverland and knowing what was going on with that situation, that truly he was exonerated appropriately, because he did not have an affair, a sexual affair, with that boy....


Jackie Jura
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