Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

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Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 05:59:20 AM
Hi Guys,

I was looking at the Michael Jackson Exhibition site, there is a video of Miko Brando shownig you around.  here is the link

http://www.michaeljacksonexhibition.co. ... ition.html


If you watch the video at 4.46 they show a note he has written to Michael (and Miko reads it) telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of  everything and will  bring it back like you told me to.

Was this exhibition sheduled before his death?  I thought it was done after.

Ummmmm
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 06:09:44 AM
Hmm i thought it was done afterwards too..
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 06:15:37 AM
I am thinking how many white gloves are there?He is "burried" with one also.
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 07:59:57 AM
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I am thinking how many white gloves are there?He is "burried" with one also.
i am thinking miko knows such a lot ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 08:06:52 AM
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I am thinking how many white gloves are there?He is "burried" with one also.
i am thinking miko knows such a lot ;)

I totally agree , We should research him a little more...
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 08:08:18 AM
i always thought it was planned and i also thought that the this is it costumes were specially made to be shown here as we never saw him wear them in the film did we even tho we did see the dancers in costumes maybe he will wear them one day?xx ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 08:38:09 AM
To answer your question was the exhibition done after his "death"? Yes, it was. It clearly states on the website: "Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition is open for only three months at The O2 bubble". ;)

It's odd that Miko wrote a note "telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of everything and will bring it back like you told me to." Why would Michael tell Miko to bring everything back if he's dead?  :? Why would Michael eve nwant the stuff back if he's dead? I would think they would put things in storage or somewhere for keepsakes.

I agree, we need to investigate Miko more. He defiantly knows something! ;)
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Keep the faith. The truth will prevail! ;)

It's odd that Miko wrote a note "telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of everything and will bring it back like you told me to." Why would Michael tell Miko to bring everything back if he's dead?  :? Why would Michael eve nwant the stuff back if he's dead? I would think they would put things in storage or somewhere for keepsakes.

I agree, we need to investigate Miko more. He defiantly knows something! ;)

YES! LET'S DO THE BEST WE KNOW TO DO... INVESTIGATE! MAYBE IS A MESSAGE FOR MJ, LIKE HE IS LOOKING ON THE NET OR SOMETHING... IS A WAY TO SAY THAT IS ALL OK TO MJ! ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 09:40:33 AM
:D do any of you remember that stupid seance programme for mj ,well before that there was another programme on something like searching for michael jacksons spirit.anyway miko was on this and he said that he finds it hard.he also said that he has not watched any of his fathers movies since he died,marlon has been dead ,for a few years right and he cant watch any of his films.but miko could watch this is it and do a piece for larry king.and also when he was on lkl with dave /dave did he not act totally strange ,miko is another one that tells me mj is alive :D thanks miko :lol:
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 09:56:10 AM
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:D do any of you remember that stupid seance programme for mj ,well before that there was another programme on something like searching for michael jacksons spirit.anyway miko was on this and he said that he finds it hard.he also said that he has not watched any of his fathers movies since he died,marlon has been dead ,for a few years right and he cant watch any of his films.but miko could watch this is it and do a piece for larry king.and also when he was on lkl with dave /dave did he not act totally strange ,miko is another one that tells me mj is alive :D thanks miko :lol:

You have a point. ;)  Miko can't watch any of his fathers movies since he died. He's obviously devastated over his father's death. But he can watch TII ,and appear on Larry King Live, etc? I would think that it would be very hard to watch or talk about Michael if he's really dead. I mean Miko's worked for & has known Michael since at lest the 1980s, maybe earlier. Michael hosted his wedding at Neverland and was his best man. They seem very close to one another. :?

The only time I saw Miko have trouble talking about Michael was when he took Larry King on a tour of Neverland. He was at the train station talking when he suddenly chocked up and looked like he was about to cry. Other then that, he seems fine when talking about Michael and his "death". :?  :?  :?  :?
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 10:20:59 AM
I have tickets to the exhibition on January 6th...... I will try and take pics but my friend who went said there were security in every corner and impossible to take pics...I will get my sister to take pics whilst i cause a distraction by running off with his "Gold pants".... :D
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 04:17:01 PM
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I am thinking how many white gloves are there?He is "burried" with one also.
i am thinking miko knows such a lot ;)

I totally agree , We should research him a little more...

yeah he was "burried" with one .... honestly.

Meaning they can sell them all off make it look like all his things are being sold... but he still has one...
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 04:31:20 PM
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To answer your question was the exhibition done after his "death"? Yes, it was. It clearly states on the website: "Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition is open for only three months at The O2 bubble". ;)

It's odd that Miko wrote a note "telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of everything and will bring it back like you told me to." Why would Michael tell Miko to bring everything back if he's dead?  :? Why would Michael eve nwant the stuff back if he's dead? I would think they would put things in storage or somewhere for keepsakes.

I agree, we need to investigate Miko more. He defiantly knows something! ;)


He wrote this note in April to Michael....so, what's odd on that? I think this was meant for the auction that was taking stage at that time??
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 04:34:55 PM
Hmmm, I'm just reminded of an LKL interview with Miko Brando where Larry comments to him, "he's still dead, right?" And Miko, said, "yes, he is..." LOL! Slipup!  :lol: Gotcha! :lol:
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 17, 2009, 04:52:08 PM
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I am thinking how many white gloves are there?He is "burried" with one also.
I would bet anything that (IF) he is "gone", he is buried with then first ORIGINAL sequined glove. THAT is the one worth major bucks. :?
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 18, 2009, 06:20:54 AM
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To answer your question was the exhibition done after his "death"? Yes, it was. It clearly states on the website: "Michael Jackson: The Official Exhibition is open for only three months at The O2 bubble". ;)

It's odd that Miko wrote a note "telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of everything and will bring it back like you told me to." Why would Michael tell Miko to bring everything back if he's dead?  :? Why would Michael eve nwant the stuff back if he's dead? I would think they would put things in storage or somewhere for keepsakes.

I agree, we need to investigate Miko more. He defiantly knows something! ;)


He wrote this note in April to Michael....so, what's odd on that? I think this was meant for the auction that was taking stage at that time??


But if the stuff was for an auction MJ would not be getting them back
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 18, 2009, 08:45:55 AM
if you look at the top of the note while he's reading there's a date it says 26/10/2009
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 18, 2009, 09:28:57 AM
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if you look at the top of the note while he's reading there's a date it says 26/10/2009

I didn't notice that! Does that mean it was written after his "death"? This is getting confusing, :lol:. It sounds like MJ asked Miko to bring everything from the exhibition back to him. :?
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Keep the faith. The truth will prevail! ;)

It's odd that Miko wrote a note "telling Michael not to worry and he has a list of everything and will bring it back like you told me to." Why would Michael tell Miko to bring everything back if he's dead?  :? Why would Michael eve nwant the stuff back if he's dead? I would think they would put things in storage or somewhere for keepsakes.

I agree, we need to investigate Miko more. He defiantly knows something! ;)


He wrote this note in April to Michael....so, what's odd on that? I think this was meant for the auction that was taking stage at that time??


But if the stuff was for an auction MJ would not be getting them back

That's right. It doesn't make sense that Michael would ask Miko to bring everything back to him if everything was going to be sold. I think the note was written for the exhibition. If MJ is alive, he would want everything in the exhibition back. It makes more sense that the note was meant for the exhibition, not the auction.  :?  
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Keep the faith. The truth will prevail! ;)  I think it was a mistake for Miko to show/read the note. It makes you think that Michael's alive, even if he isn't. Why would you write a note for a person who's dead?  :?
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Keep the faith. The truth will prevail! ;)
Yes he has agreed with MJ to return the stuff after the exhibition

Woo Hoo definately alive!! :)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 18, 2009, 05:28:26 PM
:? WHERE IS MIKO NOW I HAVE JUST REALISED A FEW MONTHS BACK HE WAS A FIXTURE AT LKL,AND NOW WE DO NOT SEE HIM STRANGE ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 18, 2009, 05:59:42 PM
Apparently he lived down the road from him in Carolwood Drive which is quite convenient if you are wanting a quick escape.  Also he said he was there all the time and did not know Dr Murray and he has met lots of doctors at Michael's house but Dr Murray was not one of them.  He said that Dr Murray obviously was not in MJ Inner circle or he would had known him.

Strange see article


http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Artists/J/Jac ... 6-sun.html
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 20, 2009, 03:21:36 PM
all this it's weird...
why he write this note after the "dead"?
if was before, why write this note? the exibition was panned before the dead? i mean, if this will be donne at the same time of the concerts... :?
why they not include the billie jean jacket?
hereĀ“s the video of the famous jacket for this is it, jermaine is on the credits of the video.... :?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAnGZbAooB0
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 20, 2009, 03:48:20 PM
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Apparently he lived down the road from him in Carolwood Drive which is quite convenient if you are wanting a quick escape.  Also he said he was there all the time and did not know Dr Murray and he has met lots of doctors at Michael's house but Dr Murray was not one of them.  He said that Dr Murray obviously was not in MJ Inner circle or he would had known him.

Strange see article


http://jam.canoe.ca/Music/Artists/J/Jac ... 6-sun.html


Another thing I found strange in the article above is this:"I hope it's Michael," he said when his phone rang during the interview.". Why would he say that he hoped it was Michael when his phone rang?  Maybe it's just me ,but isn't that a little... strange? :?  :?  :?  :?
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 20, 2009, 05:52:08 PM
Miko is a long time friend and IMo he knows about the hoax; he might have even helped Michael at the beginning. Don't forget he owns a private Island in Polinesia, is there a better place to hide? At least at the beginning?  ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 20, 2009, 06:08:01 PM
I did not know he owns a private island do you know the name of it

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Miko is a long time friend and IMo he knows about the hoax; he might have even helped Michael at the beginning. Don't forget he owns a private Island in Polinesia, is there a better place to hide? At least at the beginning? ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 20, 2009, 06:17:36 PM
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if you look at the top of the note while he's reading there's a date it says 26/10/2009


AB SO LU TE LY the date is 26/10/2009  hahaha how do you write a note to him about bringing stuff back to him after he is deceased.  :lol:

Yeah, there's something wrong if MJ is dead.  :roll:  How in the world is Miko going to bring everything back to him if he's deceased? He'll being it to Forest Lawn? I don't think so! :lol: Miko:"Hi, I'm here to bring everything from the exhibition to Michael's tomb. He asked me to bring it to him."  Person at FL:  :o :shock: " :lol:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
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:o  :shock: He owns his own private island?  :o  What's the name of it? Any info on it?  :?
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Keep the faith. The truth will prevail! :lol:

But American write dates different. Normally it would be 10-26-2009
Strange note.
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 21, 2009, 08:33:26 AM
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Miko is a long time friend and IMo he knows about the hoax; he might have even helped Michael at the beginning. Don't forget he owns a private Island in Polinesia, is there a better place to hide? At least at the beginning?  ;)

:o  :shock: He owns his own private island?  :o  What's the name of it? Any info on it?  :?

It's his father Island, Tetiaroa Atoll in French Polinesia. They still own it  ;) it's got only one inhabitant, one of Marlon's son, Teihotu Brando.
As a private island, it passed through the hands of other owners until 1965, when Marlon Brando, after filming Mutiny on the Bounty, bought it outright from Williams' daughter.[1] Brando lived on the island on and off until 1990. It's possible to land with an airplane nonetheless.Rumors has it they were going to build a resort, starting August 2009, but it isn't confirmed.
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 21, 2009, 06:41:43 PM
I read that Marlon Brando gave an island to Michael just before he died.  Let me see if I can find the article.

Edit: Okay, so it was just part of the island. http://wapedia.mobi/en/Tetiaroa  It says the "airport" is closed because the landing strip is not long enough, but I don't know what year this was from.
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 21, 2009, 08:58:17 PM
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I read that Marlon Brando gave an island to Michael just before he died.  Let me see if I can find the article.

Edit: Okay, so it was just part of the island. http://wapedia.mobi/en/Tetiaroa  It says the "airport" is closed because the landing strip is not long enough, but I don't know what year this was from.

Has to be from 2005, I'd say. The sources it's listing for the article are from 2005. Here is some more info on the island (which is actually not one island, but an atoll).

http://www.tetiaroa.com/

And here's more info about the resort that is supposed to open there...eventually (originally it was 2008, but it hasn't happened yet--they're now saying late 2011, according to the press release on the page below).

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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 22, 2009, 04:18:57 AM
Hi there dear friends...I m new in the forum, but i ve been following you guys for some months now. Since I didn t have that much time, I never signed up here til now...Anyway...I think MIKO is a big clue to the hoax he s one of the few people very close to MJ and HE KNOWS...

About the dates on Mikos note to MJ...I was wondering the same thing at first...but this was done in London and thats how dates are done in Europe, so if I was there I d write the date like everyone does who writes in the book and the date to the next note was the same...and it defenately are dates, what else should it be???
Someone I told about this asked me a very interesting question though..."why did the interviewer not ask Miko why he would write such a note"....hmmmm and I ask myself the question why one would put this on the official exhibition site, since they know many people are wondering....hmmmmm  :o

Also we ve seen a strong connection between Dave Dave and Miko, I believe (for more reasons than I can tell) that they are very close, and BOTH of them play a big part in this, if not one of the biggest... ;)
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 22, 2009, 02:53:11 PM
I thought I read somewhere that the thing that were sold at the auction were items Michael had given to people.  The handwritten lyrics could of always been rewritten.  I need to find that site again and read it again.
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 22, 2009, 11:42:48 PM
I love Miko...and I think he is MJs TRUE friend!
The note is just plain ODD......I don't understand.
Did anyone notice this (about AEI)....????

Founded in 2003 by president John Norman and international vice president Andres Numhauser, AEI is a division of AEG Live

I was thinking about the logistics of putting together the exhibit.....and then realized that AEG and AEI are connected......VERY CONVENIENT
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: December 23, 2009, 06:50:36 AM
Yes AEI AEG all the same.  No matter which way you look at this, even if the things were up for auction, Michael would not be getting them back.  If you are dead you certainly would not be able to ask MIKO to get them back.  To be honest It is quite clever, he wants his cars back, everyone would see the cars being moved as well as the big Neverland gates.  This way after the exhibition they can be transported back to him and no-one will take any notice.  I can only presume he wanted to keep all of these things but wherever he is right now he could not have them with him.  Safe keeping in full view where no one can touch them.  Very Clever Michael
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: January 06, 2010, 02:30:40 PM
It looks like a guest book where Miko wrote that note.  The date 26/10/09 was written by the person who wrote a note above Miko's note.  If you notice, that date appears again in the note written by someone after Miko's note.  In my opinion, there is no question that Miko wrote that note on October 26, 2009.

The next point is that if it was some kind of guest book in which people were writing notes and messages to Michael, is it fair to reason that the guest book would eventually make its way into Michael's hands for his reading pleasure?  If the guest book is meant for Michael to read, then it would make sense for Miko to write that note to Michael as if he were alive.  

Let's step back for a second and assume that Miko was writing an imaginary note to a deceased Michael.  Would Michael have known before June 25th 2009 that an exhibition showcasing some of his prized possessions would take place in the near future?  If this exhibition was planned before June 25th and Michael had really told Miko to make sure his stuff was returned to him, then I can understand why Miko would write this note.  It's like writing an imaginary note to your deceased grandmother telling her that you will water her garden just like she asked you to do.  Does that make sense?

All we have to do is find out how far back this exhibition was planned.  If it was planned after June 25th, then I'll be pretty secure in my mind that Miko's note is directed at a living Michael.  Does anybody know how far back the exhibition was planned?
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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: January 07, 2010, 07:47:55 AM
Looks like it was planned after the death see report from reuters

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE5 ... 22&sp=true
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Offline MJJ LOVE

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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: January 07, 2010, 02:23:25 PM
Great find.
Could have been a definite clue for the "BELIEVERS".
You guys are the best.
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Offline CantGetEnoughMJ

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Re: Miko Brando's note to Michael (after he is "dead")

  • on: January 07, 2010, 05:07:50 PM
Quote from: "icebluestarlight"
Looks like it was planned after the death see report from reuters

http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE5 ... 22&sp=true

Wohoo!  You're right, based on that article it seems that the exhibition was planned after "death".  

From the article, "Also on Friday, Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff approved a deal between executors of Jackson's 2002 will and concert promoter AEG Live for a traveling exhibition of Jackson memorabilia over the family's objections."

I just came from another thread in which some members in the UK have attended the exhibition and said that there are memorial books there for guests to sign.  The memorial books are supposed to go to the family at the end of the exhibition tour.   What confuses me is that if the family had objections about the exhibitions as stated in the above article, then does it really make sense to send the memory books to the family?  If I were part of the family and was objecting to the exhibition for the reasons stated in the article, I would be insulted if I got these memory books from the exhibition handlers.  It's like they were laughing in my face because they got what they wanted despite my wishes and the memory books were a testimony to that.  That's just my opinion, though.

This leads me to believe that either the family was not really opposing the exhibition tour, contrary to what the article says, or the family wanted the public to believe that they objected to the exhibition as a distraction.

Now back to Miko's note to Michael.  I said that I would be fairly convinced that Miko wrote that note to a living Michael if I knew that the exhibition was planned after June 25th.  If I put my faith in that article then I'm pretty satisfied for now, thanks Icebluestarlight.
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