Michael Jackson spent A 23MILLION buying silence of at least TWO...

Jun 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Mirror.co.uk

Secret FBI files exclusively seen by the Sunday People reveal Michael Jackson spent A 23million buying the silence of at least two dozen young boys he abused over 15 years.

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Exactly. It's no wonder the woman was as unstable as she was. Mez was cold hearted but most lawyers are.
But don't tell that to the f'loons. The idiots believe Tom Mesereau is the best thing since Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. They go as far as nicknaming him "T-Mez" as if he was a close person friend of theirs. It's laughable the way they kiss azz to people defending Michael.

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But don't tell that to the f'loons. The idiots believe Tom Mesereau is the best thing since Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. They go as far as nicknaming him "T-Mez" as if he was a close person friend of theirs. It's laughable the way they kiss azz to people defending Michael.
It really is. The people who were his defenders were mostly crooks anyway.

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TripleH1976 wrote:
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But don't tell that to the f'loons. The idiots believe Tom Mesereau is the best thing since Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. They go as far as nicknaming him "T-Mez" as if he was a close person friend of theirs. It's laughable the way they kiss azz to people defending Michael.
But just as they did with Wade Robson they would turn on this individual in a blink of an eye if he changed his position on Wacko Jacko. In fact, I am predicting that Thomas Mesereau will in the future change his mind and claim he was taken in by Wacko and his manipulative skills.

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TripleH1976 wrote:
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But don't tell that to the f'loons. The idiots believe Tom Mesereau is the best thing since Thomas Edison invented the light bulb. They go as far as nicknaming him "T-Mez" as if he was a close person friend of theirs. It's laughable the way they kiss azz to people defending Michael.
I noticed the "T-Mez" reference too, lol. F'loons are idiots man, he's an obvious shady attorney! He's lied under oath, gets paid to cover up for a child molester and he should be disbarred for perjury. Sick world where money comes before morals with some people. Shady people like him give attorneys a bad name. Not all attorneys are shady of course, there's some good folks out there. I've got attorneys in my family that are decent and respectable, none of them in criminal defense- that's the shadiest field of all! I don't see how attorneys like Tom Mesereau can look themselves in the mirror and be ok with what they do. No amount of money is worth defending a criminal, and of course "T-Mez" knows MJ was guilty. He's seen all the evidence and has handpicked what to have thrown out (with the judge's permission, of course). He's the one who planted the false idea of Robson revealing the truth about the abuse because of the AEG trial and f'loons stupid enough to fall for it! He also started the rumor about Robson being out of work, which is entirely false. Robson had numerous gigs lined up that he had to take time away from to cope with the trauma caused by MJ. F'loons will believe ANYTHING that portrays MJ in an innocent light, regardless of how obvious it is he was GUILTY AS SIN!!!

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But just as they did with Wade Robson they would turn on this individual in a blink of an eye if he changed his position on Wacko Jacko. In fact, I am predicting that Thomas Mesereau will in the future change his mind and claim he was taken in by Wacko and his manipulative skills.
Yep. Just like when Quincy Jones and John Landis got turned on after they gave their honest opinions about Michael because they thought Michael had become grotesque looking and hated himself.

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But just as they did with Wade Robson they would turn on this individual in a blink of an eye if he changed his position on Wacko Jacko. In fact, I am predicting that Thomas Mesereau will in the future change his mind and claim he was taken in by Wacko and his manipulative skills.
Yup you are right on the mark. The f'loons love affair with Tom Mesereau will last so long as Mesereau is around to defend Michael Jackson, regardless of how heinous an allegation is. Mesereau is no dummy and knows Michael is a child molester. He must have viewed the pictures of Jackson's spotted ding-dong, and Jordan description. He fought tooth and nail to keep it out. If Jordan was wrong Mesereau would be begging the court to show to the jury.

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Yup you are right on the mark. The f'loons love affair with Tom Mesereau will last so long as Mesereau is around to defend Michael Jackson, regardless of how heinous an allegation is. Mesereau is no dummy and knows Michael is a child molester. He must have viewed the pictures of Jackson's spotted ding-dong, and Jordan description. He fought tooth and nail to keep it out. If Jordan was wrong Mesereau would be begging the court to show to the jury.
Exactly. He knew the stuff was damaging to Michael so he had it hidden.

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I noticed the "T-Mez" reference too, lol. F'loons are idiots man, he's an obvious shady attorney! He's lied under oath, gets paid to cover up for a child molester and he should be disbarred for perjury. Sick world where money comes before morals with some people. Shady people like him give attorneys a bad name. Not all attorneys are shady of course, there's some good folks out there. I've got attorneys in my family that are decent and respectable, none of them in criminal defense- that's the shadiest field of all! I don't see how attorneys like Tom Mesereau can look themselves in the mirror and be ok with what they do. No amount of money is worth defending a criminal, and of course "T-Mez" knows MJ was guilty. He's seen all the evidence and has handpicked what to have thrown out (with the judge's permission, of course). He's the one who planted the false idea of Robson revealing the truth about the abuse because of the AEG trial and f'loons stupid enough to fall for it! He also started the rumor about Robson being out of work, which is entirely false. Robson had numerous gigs lined up that he had to take time away from to cope with the trauma caused by MJ. F'loons will believe ANYTHING that portrays MJ in an innocent light, regardless of how obvious it is he was GUILTY AS SIN!!!
I'm sure personally, he's not a bad guy. He happens to know the law and is savvy enough to know whats the best course of action to take to defend a client. That's his bread butter and I don't fault him for defending Jackson. He got paid somewhere around $5 or $6 million to defend Michael Jackson. I fault the two jurors who believed Jackson was guilty and yet got bullied by the others into voting not guilty. I blame them more then anyone else for that 2005 acquittal on Jackson.

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I'm sure personally, he's not a bad guy. He happens to know the law and is savvy enough to know whats the best course of action to take to defend a client. That's his bread butter and I don't fault him for defending Jackson. He got paid somewhere around $5 or $6 million to defend Michael Jackson. I fault the two jurors who believed Jackson was guilty and yet got bullied by the others into voting not guilty. I blame them more then anyone else for that 2005 acquittal on Jackson.
The jury definitely judges who's guilty and not guilty and in times, jurors' judgments are not accurate to the evidence especially if said person fighting the charges is a celebrity.

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The jury definitely judges who's guilty and not guilty and in times, jurors' judgments are not accurate to the evidence especially if said person fighting the charges is a celebrity.
Oh I agree with you, and juror #5, Eleanor Cook, verified two MJ f'loons were part of the jury in the 2005 trial. They insisted on saying "My Michael. My Michael". I had a foreboding of feeling of Jackson walking away free, as soon as I heard reports that members of the jury mocked Jason Francia's testimony about the tickling episodes with Michael Jackson.

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Oh I agree with you, and juror #5, Eleanor Cook, verified two MJ f'loons were part of the jury in the 2005 trial. They insisted on saying "My Michael. My Michael". I had a foreboding of feeling of Jackson walking away free, as soon as I heard reports that members of the jury mocked Jason Francia's testimony about the tickling episodes with Michael Jackson.
Yeah that's usually a sign that you know that Jacko was gonna walk. So I already knew the verdict was gonna be in his favor.

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I'm sure personally, he's not a bad guy. He happens to know the law and is savvy enough to know whats the best course of action to take to defend a client. That's his bread butter and I don't fault him for defending Jackson. He got paid somewhere around $5 or $6 million to defend Michael Jackson. I fault the two jurors who believed Jackson was guilty and yet got bullied by the others into voting not guilty. I blame them more then anyone else for that 2005 acquittal on Jackson.


That's true. In America everybody has a right to the best defense and Mesereau was doing his job, and he is damn savvy. I'll give him that. What bothers me about criminal defense attorneys is that they often know their client is guilty, such as Mesereau, and still have it in them to defend it. I couldn't do it, don't personally see how anyone can, but as they say money talks. You're right about the ultimate blame being on the jury. It's a shame these star struck jurors will disregard solid evidence because they don't want to believe it- celebrity worshiping. Mesereau handpicked the jury who he thought would let MJ go free, and we all know his assumptions were right. Savvy yes, moral fiber intact-questionable in my opinion. I could not sleep at night knowing I helped set a child molester free and successfully helped sway a jury, which it sounds like they had their minds made up prior to trial anyway! SMH

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That's true. In America everybody has a right to the best defense and Mesereau was doing his job, and he is damn savvy. I'll give him that. What bothers me about criminal defense attorneys is that they often know their client is guilty, such as Mesereau, and still have it in them to defend it. I couldn't do it, don't personally see how anyone can, but as they say money talks. You're right about the ultimate blame being on the jury. It's a shame these star struck jurors will disregard solid evidence because they don't want to believe it- celebrity worshiping. Mesereau handpicked the jury who he thought would let MJ go free, and we all know his assumptions were right. Savvy yes, moral fiber intact-questionable in my opinion. I could not sleep at night knowing I helped set a child molester free and successfully helped sway a jury, which it sounds like they had their minds made up prior to trial anyway! SMH
I think the two f'loon jurors got themselves onto the jury with the purpose of acquitting Michael Jackson. One of them had the nerve to attend a celebration party Jackson had, Friday, at the end of the week in support of the verdict. The verdict arrived on Monday and the party at Neverland occurred Friday.

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I think the two f'loon jurors got themselves onto the jury with the purpose of acquitting Michael Jackson. One of them had the nerve to attend a celebration party Jackson had, Friday, at the end of the week in support of the verdict. The verdict arrived on Monday and the party at Neverland occurred Friday.
Wow, I didn't know that. Shouldn't be legal man, the f'loon jurors obviously lied about not being fans. I was wondering about the jurors that said not guilty. I know there's a few that felt pressured and that he was guilty- suppose the f'loons were the others. They surely ignored the evidence, and it's just cruel for them to have laughed as Jason Francia was testifying about being sexually molested! Who laughs at that!!!! F'loons

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I think the two f'loon jurors got themselves onto the jury with the purpose of acquitting Michael Jackson. One of them had the nerve to attend a celebration party Jackson had, Friday, at the end of the week in support of the verdict. The verdict arrived on Monday and the party at Neverland occurred Friday.
smh at people lying to get on the jury. That has to be a felony.
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Why kill Michael Jackson? god (government of deceivers, American Holocaust Perpetraitors)

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Why murder Ed Winsten (investigative reporter Federal Times)? Richard Brown (Thrift Saving Plan Advisor, National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE))? Postal Employee Joseph Harris (Ridgewood, NJ)?

YHVY solution for American Holocaust Perpetraitors is Mongoose Protocol.

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Oh I agree with you, and juror #5, Eleanor Cook, verified two MJ f'loons were part of the jury in the 2005 trial. They insisted on saying "My Michael. My Michael". I had a foreboding of feeling of Jackson walking away free, as soon as I heard reports that members of the jury mocked Jason Francia's testimony about the tickling episodes with Michael Jackson.
The jurors who mocked a young man who broke down, as he discussed being molested as a child, should have been dismissed from the jury. That isn't upholding what they were brought in to do.

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The jurors who mocked a young man who broke down, as he discussed being molested as a child, should have been dismissed from the jury. That isn't upholding what they were brought in to do.
I agree with you. The moment I found out about this juror I concluded they would find Michael Jackson not guilty on everything. It told me that juror never got on to objectively hear the case. So sad.

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The jurors who mocked a young man who broke down, as he discussed being molested as a child, should have been dismissed from the jury. That isn't upholding what they were brought in to do.
Was that Jason? I'm not actually sure whether they mocked him personally, but they started joking and giggling amongst each other after he finished giving his very emotional testimony about the abuse he had received. I think Diane Dimond commented on it and said she couldn't believe they could listen to such an emotional man, and his abuse, and then start joking amongst each other.

But we all know what a total joke, those jurors were. Let's hope they are never called for jury duty again.

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Was that Jason? I'm not actually sure whether they mocked him personally, but they started joking and giggling amongst each other after he finished giving his very emotional testimony about the abuse he had received. I think Diane Dimond commented on it and said she couldn't believe they could listen to such an emotional man, and his abuse, and then start joking amongst each other.
But we all know what a total joke, those jurors were. Let's hope they are never called for jury duty again.
Yes, it was Jason they directed that comment to. Of course the f'loons excuse the comment by saying it was transparent that Jason was acting and his tears were crocodile tears.

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