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Michael Jackson Conspiracy

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Her knack for detail allows her to dissect bizarre murder cases and bring readers into the heart of darkness. He visited hospitals everywhere he went, showered disadvantaged kids with toys and helped provide the homeless with blankets and pillows.

I read this book because I wanted to get a "pro-Jackson" view of this whole sordid mess after watching the heavily swayed "anti-Jackson" HBO documentary. Janet's hair was shorter, her face was wider, and she dressed like a little girl, wearing a pink sweatshirt and donning hairpins with cheap, sparkly stars. Here, seasoned crime reporter Aphrodite Jones condemns the media for perpetuating hateful rumors and innuendoes, recounting just the sordid details, and reporting only the most despicable accusations and grisly charges made against Michael Jackson during his criminal trial. I have to say I appreciate it a lot the way she summarized the trial for someone that didn’t know about it.In a world where too many things seem as if they want us to grow up too fast, it is often nice to just sit back and take in that childhood innocence; whether it be climbing a tree, riding a ferris wheel or even opening up ones house to young children. Congratulations and my heartfelt thanks go to Aphrodite Jones for writing this book - she took a chance and wrote something that was pro-Jackson in an era when that was simply not done. What a gross misuse of California taxpayers' money this trial was, and I commend Tom Mesereau for his fantastic job as the head of Michael's defense team. An insightful read by the New York Times Bestselling author and star of True Crime with Aphrodite Jones. But, if everybody in the world were as loving as Michael Jackson; if everyone were as compassionate as Michael Jackson; if every single human being were just as willing to open up not only their house, not only their bed, but their heart as well; if we all had a big enough heart to accept this much innocence and precious beauty into our lives, then the world would truly be a better place.

If you are still unsure of what to think of Jackson himself, please strongly consider the testimonies of Macauley Culkin, Wade Robson, Jay Leno, and Chris Tucker.The most sensationalist of this book is the title, which refers to the negative media treatment of Michael Jackson during the Arvizo trial. The prosecutors put his whole life under a microscope, threw any accusation they could think of at him in the hopes that surely SOMETHING would stick, and still, despite all this effort and millions of dollars of taxpayer money spent, the jury of his peers found not a single thing to find him guilty on. This book should be mandatory reading for anyone wanting to make a nasty comment/joke about Michael Jackson. Bestselling author and TV host Jones makes amends with what is not only a truthful, well-documented chronicle of the entire trial but a powerful indictment against the media for conspiring to distort, dehumanize, and destroy Michael Jackson.

Occasionally, she asserts thoughts and feelings of the jurors in the narrative, but doesn't explain if she found this out later directly from the jurors or not. Best-selling author and TV host Jones makes amends with what is not only a truthful well-documented chronicle of the entire trial but a powerful indictment against the media for conspiring to distort, dehumanize, and destroy Michael Jackson.

She discredits, demeans and demoralizes Bashir in her book the same way he did those things about Michael Jackson in his documentary. They cannot fathom even the remote possibility that all of this is true: a man of such pure God-given innocence; in possession of such an awesome gift; one that lies beyond our wildest hopes, dreams and imaginations. But many people were probably brainwashed by the very biased mainstream media into thinking otherwise.

If more reporters could be upstanding, swallow their pride and be unjudgemental enough to report the truth, without putting their own personal feelings and views into what they report on. If you're at all curious about what exactly went on in that courtroom (not to mention how irresponsibly it was reported on), look no further, because I doubt a more thorough record exists apart from the court transcripts themselves. I've been on a binge of MJ books this summer, and Conspiracy is a must read in the vast, often polluted ocean of MJ related books. Within the ranch, there was special rooms for cancer patients, mechanical hospital beds for the bed-ridden etc.Never have I read of a person being dragged through the mud in a court of law by such a parade of documented liars, thieves, grifters and crooks. But she overcompensated here, talking about his poise and his lawyer's prowess with a fangirl fervor that made me uncomfortable. Just as Ms Jones described, MJ in my eyes, was "royalty", was amazing, almost "had an aura" around him. However, since Jones sets out to paint a factual picture of the full trial for readers - writing from the perspective of one of the hundreds of journalists assigned to cover the five month trial - she was relegated to self-publication, because heaven forbid there be an accurate and thorough book related to Michael Jackson on the market! The accusers' deposition changed all the time, and they said they've been molested but on the other hand the accusers' mother kept praising MJ.

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