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Other Odd Things / So about the concert on Oct 8th.
« on: October 05, 2011, 07:26:59 PM »
What if MJ does appear? Highly unlikely? If he does bam out of nowhere, what next?

Other Odd Things / See you in July sig debunked?
« on: May 26, 2011, 02:27:21 PM »
I just want to read people's opinions on what they think of this.

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. --
The secret has been revealed. The final guest on the very last “Oprah Winfrey Show” is…

No one.

According to sources at the taping in Chicago, Ill. who spoke to NBC News, it was neither a celebrity nor a newsmaker who graced the stage alongside the exiting talk show host as she wrapped up her run as daytime’s reigning talk show queen after 25 years.

Instead, the show, which airs on Wednesday, May 25, features just Oprah sharing her life lessons and revisiting clips from her quarter-century on the air as “The Oprah Winfrey Show” host.

“This is my love letter to you,” Oprah reportedly said.

While the talk show host’s eyes were moistened with tears at times during the taping, she never lost her composure, like she did last week as the “Surprise Oprah! A Farewell Spectacular” episodes were filmed, ending up in what she called the “ugly cry.”

Although no one joined Oprah as a guest, several celebrity friends were in the audience sources told NBC News, including Maria Shriver, Suze Orman, Tyler Perry, trainer Bob Greene, best friend Gayle King and longtime partner Stedman Graham.

Also in attendance was one of Oprah’s biggest influences – her fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Mary Duncan — whom she has long credited for helping a young Oprah realize her potential.

“It was in her class that I really came into myself. After all these years, I could say thank you to a woman who had a powerful impact on my early life,” Oprah previously said.

General Hoax Talk / If MJ does return.
« on: May 23, 2011, 01:56:57 AM »
How will you celebrate?

Hoax Videos / Could this be MJ "behind the mask"?
« on: May 16, 2011, 12:54:33 PM »

Hoax Pictures / 2011 sig.
« on: April 30, 2011, 12:15:44 PM »
This vid has a comment about it which said: I don't think that is his sig on the photo. The upstrokes and downstrokes on the original are way more prominent that that, never that "rounded" ALSO there is the REAL picture with the message where it ONLY says "See you in July"

NO 2011. That was added by some silly ***hole trying to "prove" the hoax theory.


You'll see it below the uploader's comment btw.

Although the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson is set to begin on May 9, with Murray facing charges of involuntary manslaughter, lawyers for Dr. Murray may ask for a delay due to new theories introduced by the prosecution.

According to CNN, the involuntary manslaughter trail of Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson may be delayed should the defense team of Murray seek a continuance.

On Friday morning, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor informed defense lawyers for Conrad Murray to let the court know if they will ask for more time to prepare their case. As CNN reports, the continuance option was presented after Judge Pastor allowed the prosecution to call new witnesses on the theories, which include an expert that is set to testify about how Michael Jackson could not have been involved in his own death.

At issue is whether Michael Jackson could have ingested drugs on his own that led to his death. After the recent turn of events in the case against Dr. Conrad Murray, CNN elaborates that Judge Michael Pastor wasn’t surprised with how the case has played out to date. "This is precisely the matter I fully expected that was going to happen when the defense said it wanted to go in 60 days."

Although the involuntary manslaughter trail of Conrad Murray is scheduled to begin on May 9, the jury will not be selected until next week.

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Maybe they need more time because they're trying to think of a way for MJ to go BAM?  :)

General Hoax Talk / How likely is it that MJ will return this July?
« on: April 24, 2011, 05:31:21 AM »
I'm about 80% certain. The rest of you 100%? I suggest you don't keep your hopes up incase you get disappointed again.

Hoax Pictures / Has anyone seen this pic before?
« on: April 22, 2011, 04:44:25 PM »
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That's all I want to know, it's from 2003.

Michael Jackson News / Jury may see Jackson autopsy photos
« on: April 19, 2011, 04:16:59 PM »
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Prosecutors want jurors in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor to see images of his superstar patient while both alive and dead.

In motions filed, they asked to use video clips from the concert movie This Is It to show the singer was in good health, engaged in planning his concert tour and had every reason to live.

They say this would contradict defence claims that star took his own life.

Prosecutors also want to use limited autopsy photos of Michael to prove that although thin, he was in excellent health. They say the photos would not be gruesome.

But defence lawyers for Dr Conrad Murray say the photos would inflame the jury's emotions.

Murray has pleaded not guilty.

Jury selection resumes on May 4 and motions are to be argued later this week.

So if photos of him "dead" will be shown, they might show MJ himself instead of a dummy. :P

This Is It / Unseen TII pic.
« on: April 18, 2011, 05:57:37 PM »

Michael Jackson News / I've returned.
« on: March 24, 2011, 05:54:33 PM »
And because I haven't seen anyone make a post about what I'm about to post, I've decided to.

Jackson CCTV footage erased

Surveillance footage from Michael Jackson’s house on the day he died has been erased.

Dr. Conrad Murray – the personal physician to the ‘Thriller’ singer who died of acute Propofol intoxication in June 2009 – is current facing manslaughter charges over his death but as police originally did not suspect foul play, they failed to make copies of the footage and the tape has now been recorded over, according to gossip website TMZ.

Police only used four minutes from the tapes – which are copied over every 24 hours – to establish the time Michael entered the house on the day he died.

Lawyers for Dr. Murray are expected to ask the judge to order authorities to turn over 24 hours of surveillance footage to help with their defence but the remainder of the video – which would show who entered the house and when on the day he died – is lost.

It was revealed earlier this month that the trial has been delayed from April 5 to May 9, as the prosecution and the defence are still passing information between them even though Murray wanted a quick court case due to financial difficulties.

His lawyer J. Michael Flanagan said: “We need to go to trial right away. We don't have the budget that would let us draw this out.” - Bang Showbiz

He doesn't do a full moonwalk during rehearsal for the Dangerous tour so why should he for TII concerts?

And an imposter wouldn't look and sound the exact the same as him. AND he'd have to hide from MJ's fan for possibly 30 yrs unless he had surgery.

Moonwalk at 6:06.

If CM's convicted, would he have to hide from the public for these 4 years or would it be the day when MJ goes bam?  ;)

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'Jacko doc hid drugs' says medic
By Pete Samson, US Editor
Published: 06 Jan 2011

A PARAMEDIC who treated Michael Jackson on the day of his death has told how his personal doctor denied giving him any medications - and hid bottles of anaesthetic in front of him.

Paramedic Martin Blount said Dr Conrad Murray, 57, never mentioned giving the pop superstar sedatives or propofol on the day the singer died.

Blount, who has 11 years experience as a paramedic, testified at the preliminary hearing at a Los Angeles court to determine if the doctor should be tried for involuntary manslaughter.

Blount said during his treatment of the pop star he noticed bottles of lidocaine - a local anaesthetic - on the floor."I asked Dr Murray did you give him these drugs and he said no."

As they were leaving the Blount testified he saw Dr Murray remove the bottles.

Blount told the court: "He scooped them off the floor and put them in a black bag."

Blount had earlier asked if Murray believed the patient was taking recreational drugs.

He said: "We asked if the patient was on any medications or any recreational drugs and the answer was no.

"Murray said the reason the patient had the IV bag attached to his leg was because he had rehearsed the night before and was exhausted."

Blount corroborated a statement from another paramedic, Richard Senneff, who said the King Of Pop's body was cool to the touch by the time they arrived.

Asked if he thought the patient was dead, Blount replied: "Yes, sir."

Blount described Murray's demeanor as panicked.

He added: "He was sweating profusely."

Thrusday's hearing began with the first paramedic on the seen who said he believed Michael Jackson had been dead for 'at least 20 minutes.

Paramedic Richard Senneff was cross-examined by lawyers defending Murray, who could face four years in jail if convicted.

Senneff testified that Jackson was given not given additional treatment by medics because he was famous and that he was not aware of who the star was until somebody mumbled it in the room.

Senneff said: "Somebody mentioned it, I'm not sure who but that's how it came out. Nobody was insisting we do anything special because of who he is."

Senneff said he was proud of the medics treatment of the pop star.

He said: "It's not that it was Michael Jackson - a celebrity - It is someone's son."

After court on Wednesday Murray told reporters he has struggled to watch Jacko's mum grieve in court as the hearing unfolds.

After an evening trip to a department store in Santa Monica he told waiting reporters: "It's hard to see he grieving. I care about her as much as I care about my own mother."

He added: "I love her very much"

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