Michael Jackson Death Hoax Investigators

Latest News => Honest Journalism ~ Vindicating Michael Jackson => Topic started by: hesouttamylife on June 05, 2012, 09:50:16 PM

Title: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: hesouttamylife on June 05, 2012, 09:50:16 PM
page  228 - Chapter - The Morass of Michael Jackson’s Finances.   ' In 2003, Michael hired attorney David LeGrand to investigate the many people who surrounded him at the time.  LeGrande delved into Michael’s financial affairs.  According to michaeljacksondeathhoaxinvestigators.com, "LeGrande maintained that those who were whispering in Jackson’s ear, [Ronald] Konitzer and [Dieter] Wiesner, had also taken nearly $1 million from Michael Jackson without his knowledge.” '

Souza, seems you’re owed some residuals here.   :smiley-vault-misc-150:  And at least a “thank you’ from the authoress.
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: wishingstar on June 05, 2012, 10:24:17 PM
I think it's Dr. Karen Moriarty:

Defending A King ~ His Life & Legacy - Michael Jackson's New Book (http://defendingaking.com/)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WGDLeZxPWA&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

Maybe she goes by Jane.....is this the right one? 
Thanks for the post...I think I might have to read this one.

Blessings

Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: ~Souza~ on June 05, 2012, 10:38:31 PM
Bummer she has the url wrong...
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: hesouttamylife on June 05, 2012, 10:38:46 PM
yes, that’s it.  God, I am really getting senile.  :icon_e_confused: Hope I can keep my faculties together long enough to recognize Michael when he bams   :errrr:   :LolLolLolLol:
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: gwynned on June 06, 2012, 12:56:23 AM
yes, that’s it.  God, I am really getting senile.  :icon_e_confused: Hope I can keep my faculties together long enough to recognize Michael when he bams   :errrr:   :LolLolLolLol:

Wouldn't that be the ultimate irony!   :michael_jackson-1135:
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: Ijustcantstoplovingu on June 06, 2012, 06:54:49 AM
Bummer she has the url wrong...

Maybe you should forward her the correct url so it can be corrected for later printed additions!   :)

Interesting though.


Blessings   :compute:
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: suspicious mind on June 06, 2012, 11:02:49 AM
all things considered the fact that she brings up getting info from a site of this nature in the first place is fairly brave don't cha think? :penguin:
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: hesouttamylife on June 06, 2012, 11:54:55 AM
I am still reading this book and to see all of the frivilous and trumped up litigations against Michael lined up in a row (many by his own people) starting after his acquittal in 2005 up until and still thereafter June 2009, is truly enough to make anybody hoax a death if the option was available.  Not only were the lawsuits overwhelming, but the fees the Michael's own attorneys for filing and handling, etc.were staggering.  This is truly unbelievable.  It's also interesting to learn that Julien's Auctions were commissioned thru an agreement with Michael to exhibit his belongings for many years for his fans to be able to publicly see - not sell them.
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: marumjj on June 06, 2012, 12:41:10 PM
I'd like to read this book. hesouttamylife as you say, Michael was overwhelmed to discover the theft and lawsuits. I imagine Michael besieged and hurt by those who betrayed him, anyone in his position would have wanted to disappear. Souza claimed recognition  :LolLolLolLol:




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Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: jadz29858 on June 07, 2012, 03:45:29 PM
Hi I just started to read this book and found the first 104 pages very interesting.According to his bodyguards his security was flawless so what I like to know is why these three guys were not on their watch that night? Did some one what them out of the way? Any ideas?
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: hesouttamylife on June 07, 2012, 06:34:40 PM
Another interesting mention in the book is that Michael knew what his name meant and lived his life accordingly.  He learned as a child the history of his name and believed it was his responsibility to take care of others and provide for their healing.  He even told Michael Bearden (and I thought this was so sweet it made me teary) that because he was also a Michael meaning “Who is like God” they both had to be humble.  He to him “we have to use our gifts together to help others figure out what their gifts are…”  After reading this book I feel so much better to know that Michael after returning to America did NOT live as a recluse.  He was out and about everywhere, sometimes without disguise.  He did a lot of things and visited a lot of places.  He gave and gave and gave and most without ceremony.  He was/is just made of that fabric. He is in the 99 percentile where few people reside when it comes to his talents, his compassion, perseverance, working to achieve, and love for all living things.  He cared by design.
Title: Re: MJDH mention in Jane Moriarity’s Defending a King
Post by: paula-c on June 07, 2012, 08:45:06 PM
Another interesting mention in the book is that Michael knew what his name meant and lived his life accordingly.  He learned as a child the history of his name and believed it was his responsibility to take care of others and provide for their healing.  He even told Michael Bearden (and I thought this was so sweet it made me teary) that because he was also a Michael meaning “Who is like God” they both had to be humble.  He to him “we have to use our gifts together to help others figure out what their gifts are…”  After reading this book I feel so much better to know that Michael after returning to America did NOT live as a recluse.  He was out and about everywhere, sometimes without disguise.  He did a lot of things and visited a lot of places.  He gave and gave and gave and most without ceremony.  He was/is just made of that fabric. He is in the 99 percentile where few people reside when it comes to his talents, his compassion, perseverance, working to achieve, and love for all living things.  He cared by design.



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