A quick summary of the settlement reveals that.
The full settlement (partially redacted):
Definition - "Jackson":
http://i.cdn.turner.com/trutv/thesmokinggun.c...f. "Jackson refers to Michael Joseph Jackson, a party to this Confidential Settlement and a defendant in the action.
The above means that whenever "Jackson" is mentioned in the settlement, it'll be a reference to Michael Joseph Jackson.
Guess who's ordered to make the payment?
http://i.cdn.turner.com/trutv/thesmokinggun.c...k. "Settlement Payment" refers to the financial consideration to be paid pursuant to this Confidential Settlement by Jackson in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 3 hereinbelow.
That's right. Jackson - Wacko Jacko - is ordered to pay it.
Here it is, again, just a wee bit more detailed:
http://i.cdn.turner.com/trutv/thesmokinggun.c...e. Upon court approval of this Confidential Settlement, Jackson will execute and deliver to the Minor's attorneys of record confessions of judgment, in forms to be approved by the attorneys of record for the Minor prior to execution of this Confidential Settlement, in the total amount of $15,331,250
Did you all get that? Jackson will EXECUTE and DELIVER $15 MILLION dollars to a little boy.
And here's how Jackson agrees to the above; He signs the document, without any insurance company/carrier acting as an ad litem or defendant:
So let's quickly review that again, shall we?
1) Jackson is the only party responsible for the payment of the multi million dollar settlement.
2) No insurance company/carrier is mentioned - not once - in the document, despite popular belief amongst Jacko fans.
3) He willfully signed and agreed to the deal.
Now let's play a game and ASSUME there was an insurance company/carrier. Who could that possible be? Not once has an insurance company been mentioned in any court document related to Jackson.
The settlement, however, does contain a list of third parties, as shown here:
These are "related companies". Assuming a insurance "carrier" is present - as it is carefully worded by Jackson's own legal team in 2003- the settlement would still have to be ordered by Jackson. The "related companies" are all owned or co-owned by Jackson, which means he would have had to give them allowance to pay the settlement.
It simply couldn't have been done without Jackson giving these "carriers" an allowance.
So no matter how you put it, he wasn't forced into any payment by any company or carrier. He is the one ordered to make the payment and execute it, as no other party was liable to do so. And he did it with perfection.
And that's why he is condemned -- amongst the other evidence held against him, such as photos of nude children, grooming material, and testimonies; herein those of relatives, co-workers and little boys.