Michael Jackson to Dieter Wiesner- Power of Attorney

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Michael Jackson to Dieter Wiesner- Power of Attorney

  • on: February 08, 2015, 02:32:32 AM
.......Ladies and Gentleman.....watch my pijama lol :LolLolLolLol:  :thjajaja121: !!!!!!


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Does anyone know when this was actually taped? I am assuming it is sometime in 2003.

Since videos disappear on youtube I made a transcript of it (there are parts I'm not sure what Michael says though).

Ladies and Gentleman my name is Michael Jackson and rather than writing you a letter I’ve found this format to be most efficient for what I wish to communicate.

I hope you can share my view.

Allow me to introduce to you my German Canadian partners; Dieter Wiesner from Germany and Ronald Konitzer from Canada and myself have entered into an agreement exclusive long term partnership.

We will operate through a number of companies that we will mutually own. I have agreed to a strategic plan for the next 10 years that will encompass many high caliber entertainment projects.

We’re also………activities

I would like you to understand that Mr. Wiesner and Mr. Konitzer are overseeing all my business matters and there is nobody else involved on this level.

We meet on frequent basis to discuss our business affairs and decide together. Mr. Wiesner and Mr. Konitzer therefore have my full approval to negotiate on my behalf…..mutual companies depending on my schedule I will personally sign agreements or legally authorize my partners to sign on my behalf.

Ladies and Gentlemen I hope that our mutual understanding will be fruitful and I wish you all the best of luck.

May God bless our work.

Thank you very much

I have no idea who the person is who posted the video (he/she wants us to believe it is Dieter himself) but figured it might mean something; I found this old article.


By/David Hancock/CBS/AP/May 12, 2005, 4:02 PM
Jackson Defends Self, Off Stand

In what some experts are calling a brilliant defense move, Michael Jackson defended himself Thursday, but did so without taking the stand. Jurors heard never-released outtakes that were taped along with the Martin Bashir documentary that the pop singer's case has made legendary.

Jackson's defense team played a short series of the outtakes from the now-infamous documentary that led to these current child-abuse charges, CBS' Teri Okita reports.

At one point Bashir effusively praised Jackson as a parent.

"Your relationship to your children is spectacular," Bashir said. "It almost makes me weep."

In the documentary, however, Bashir expressed strong concern about Jackson's parenting.

Also Thursday, two men who took over Michael Jackson's management in 2003 were discovered to have diverted $965,000 of the singer's assets, a lawyer testified Thursday as part of a defense attack on conspiracy allegations in the child molestation case against the pop star.

David LeGrand testified that he rapidly became suspicious of the motives of Jackson's associates, echoing earlier testimony by the singer's ex-wife Deborah Rowe, who said her former husband was a victim of "opportunistic vultures" in his inner circle.

LeGrand said he had been brought in to straighten out a maze of transactions involving Jackson when he met the two men, Ronald Konitzer and Dieter Wiesner, who he said were determined to manage all of Jackson's affairs.

"I became concerned that they were in a position to divert funds," LeGrand said, describing how he requested documentation of what they were doing.

In outtakes of the video, Jackson describes his troubled childhood, denied being "weird" and explains that he loved children and would never harm them, Okita reports.

While some legal analysts say this tape negates any need for Jackson to testify, others still think he will.

"He has educated the jury as to who he is. He has gotten them used to him," Court Observer Susan Filan said. "He no longer has to make a first impression when he takes the stand."

Meanwhile, LeGrand said he wasn't behind any conspiracy to hold the accuser and his family captive, making a rebuttal to the damning documentary.

"I began to disagree with Mr. Konitzer's decisions and felt he was making bad decisions. I became suspicious of his motives and his actions," the witness said.

When the accounting report came back, he said, "There were hundreds of thousands of dollars dispersed to Ronald Konitzer and Dieter Wiesner."

LeGrand said he quickly wrote a letter to Konitzer asking him to account for $965,000.

"Did you ever find out what he did with the money?" asked defense lawyer Thomas Mesereau Jr.

"No. I was terminated by Mr. Jackson within two weeks of that letter," LeGrand said.

Jackson is accused of molesting a boy in 2003 and plying him with wine. He is also charged with conspiring to hold the boy's family captive to get them to rebut a documentary in which the boy appeared with Jackson, who said he let children sleep in his bed but it was non-sexual.

Only Jackson is charged in the case, but prosecutors named Konitzer and Wiesner among a group of Jackson associates described as unindicted co-conspirators.

LeGrand provided jurors with an insider's view of associates he believed were trying to use Jackson for their own benefit.

As Mesereau quizzed him on various people who raised his suspicions, LeGrand finally smiled and said, "I became suspicious of everybody. It seemed everybody wanted to benefit from Michael Jackson in one way or another."

He spoke of Jackson's contracts with Sony-ATV, a valuable music catalogue that includes works of the Beatles, and of proposals that were made at various times for deals with producer Robert Evans and actor Marlon Brando on projects that could have raised money for Jackson.

"His financial affairs were fairly complex and there was not a lot of liquidity there," LeGrand said.

LeGrand said he suggested to Jackson that he sell his share of the Sony-ATV catalogue, which would have brought him $200 million (euro156.6 million) at the time and could have alleviated the financial pressure.

LeGrand said pressures escalated within the Jackson camp when the documentary "Living With Michael Jackson" was released in Britain and the singer's aides began a damage-control effort by taping a rebuttal video then known as "Take 2."

He said he was only peripherally involved in the project but knew that it was going on.

LeGrand also said that on at least one occasion he met the mother of the boy who would later accuse Jackson of molestation. He said she was at Jackson's Neverland ranch on the day that a "60 Minutes" crew came to interview Jackson.

"There were a lot of people in and out of the ranch that day," LeGrand said. "It was quite a zoo, so to speak."

He said the mother "seemed satisfied with being there. She expressed support for Mr. Jackson."

The attorney described her children as "boisterous kids, running through the house ... having a pretty good time."

Mesereau asked LeGrand if he had any knowledge that the family was being held against their will and he said no.

Mesereau sought to show that Jackson had continuous opportunities to raise money if he needed it, including a proposal from Sony to do a Christmas song for $10 million (euro7.83 million).

LeGrand then told of going to a dinner at the home of Evans, who was proposing a movie biography on Jackson's life. He said there were also discussions with Marlon Brando about doing a TV special with the two stars, but nothing came of either proposal.

"I ultimately did speak to Marlon Brando and his counsel about putting together some sort of program but it never got off the ground," he said.

Is this video telling us to go back to the 2005 trial, the Bashir documentary or to look at Dieter and Konitzer? Or not any of that?

And why is Michael in his p.j.'s???

Why does it sound like Michael is being 'told' what to say and how to say it?

And who is Michael referring to as Ladies and Gentlemen? Reminds me of introducing a circus; Ladies and Gentlemen and children of all ages.....

Who is filming it?

And last, this reminded me of the 'trut' video Murray gave us. He told us he couldn't reply to e-mails so he was going to communicate to us by video.

Love you Michael!
« Last Edit: February 08, 2015, 01:38:53 PM by iamhere4mj »

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I think I saw that video on Deiter Weisner's Youtube page to help promote a new book he's coming out with. Not sure when it will be released. I don't understand why MJ sounds like he's reading, either. I agree, it seems forced.

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It is from his youtube channel, he has added more.

Blankie started another thread, I think I will add all of the videos there.

Love you Michael!


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