May 31, 2011


"It’s the entertainment world, full of thieves, crooks, sharks, charlatans, and imposters”


Judge Mitchell Beckloff is completely inept in handling Michael Jackson Probate Case.

In January 2003, Michael Jackson's then adviser Ronald Konitzer brought in David LeGrand to investigate some people in Michael Jackson's circle. Mr. Legrand retained an investigating firm named "Interfor". One of the people Interfor investigated was John Branca, Michael Jackson's then Entertainment attorney.

Interfor reported about an offshore bank account co-owned by Tommy Mottola
and John Branca. Sony was transferring money to John Branca.

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Upon the findings of this investigation, Michael Jackson swiftly sacked John Branca

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If indeed John Branca fulfilled his fiduciary duty to Michael Jackson and returned the ORIGINALS of ALL documents, how did he have the originals
of 2002 Michael Jackson Will and Barry Siegel Termination letter in 2009?

Judge Mitchell Beckloff should have subpoenaed Hale, Lane, Peek, Dennison and Howard of Las Vegas (the law firm David LeGrand worked for) to see if John Branca returned Michael Jackson's 2002 Will as instructed in his termination letter.

Judge Mitchell Beckloff should have required John Branca to explain why how in the world he had, in his possesion in 2009, Michael Jackson's 2002 Will and Barry Siegel Resignation letter- 2 documents Branca should ONLY HAVE COPIES of in 2009.


A Last Will is one of the most important documents a person signs in his lifetime. A Will is the last words of a person. It is essential to the validity of the Will that it is executed properly. An improperly attested Will shouldn't be admitted to the Probate Court.

The witnesses attest that the testator signed the will in their presence on the date and location specified. The alleged Michael Jackson Will was signed on July 7, 2002 in LA.

Michael Jackson wasn't in LA on July 7. He was in New York on July 6-9, 2002

The Estate Executors offered public a ridiculous explanation, it was a "mistake". It was signed in New York. As a matter of fact, even Howard Weitzman, the current attorney for the Estate executors, who wasn't Michael's attorney in 2002, was also in New York, witnessed that Michael signed the purported Will. What a convenient BS!

Michael, 3 witnesses AND Howard Weitzman...ALL 5 of 'em forgot where they were.

The witnesses had only 2 lines to read before signing. How do you not pay attention to the line that comes after "we declare under the penalty of perjury"?  If they weren't lucid to know where they were, how could their veracity in testator's identity be trusted?


Judge Mitchell Beckloff should have required the 3 witnesses and Howard Weitzman
to submit affidavits proving proof that they were indeed in New York on July 7, 2002


David LeGrand testified during 2005 Trial. The following is excepts from his testimony.

Q. When did you begin representing Mr. Jackson?
A. It was late January 2003

Q. And approximately when did you cease representing Mr. Jackson?
A. Well, my services were terminated on about March 28th of that year

Q. How did you begin to represent Mr. Jackson?
A. I was introduced to Mr. Jackson through Ronald Konitzer.

Q. You testified that it seemed like everybody around Michael Jackson was interested in profiting, is that accurate?
A. Many people, yes

Q. You investigated some of the people around Mr. Jackson that you were concerned about.  One of the people you investigated was Mr. Branca, correct?
A. Yes.

Q. You were doing it on behalf of Mr. Jackson, correct?
A. Yes.

Q. And at the time, Mr. Branca was an entertainment attorney for Mr. Jackson, right?
A. Yes.

Q. And Mr. Branca was a partner at the Ziffren law firm in Los Angeles, correct?
A. Yes.

Q. That firm also represented Sony, correct?
A. I believe the answer is correct. Yes.

Q. The Sony/ATV catalog was owned 50/50 by Sony and Michael Jackson, correct?
A. Yes

Q. You were aware that negotiations went on from time to time between representatives of Michael Jackson and representatives of Sony about their respective interests in that music catalog, right?
A. Well, absolutely, yes, because I obtained files from the Ziffren law firm evidencing the Ziffren law firm and Mr. Branca, representing Mr. Jackson, in just such discussions over a period of time.

Q. Why did you investigate Mr. Branca?
A. Because Mr. Konitzer had indicated in several conversations that he was very concerned about Mr. Branca and that Mr. Jackson had expressed concern about Mr. Branca’s loyalty.

Q. Do you recall asking Interfor to do some investigation into an offshore bank account?
A. It’s kind of the other way around. We asked Interfor to investigate Mr. Branca. They indicated to us that --
Prosecution: I’m going to object based on hearsay.
Mesereau: State of mind, Your Honor.
Court: Sustained.

Q. Isn’t it true that you were trying to investigate offshore accounts owned by Branca and someone named Tommy Mottola?
A. Yes.

Q. Who was Tommy Mottola?
A. He was a very powerful figure in the record industry at one time. I believe he was the president of the Sony Entertainment Division in the U.S.

Q. Did you investigate the existence of an offshore bank account?
A. We requested Interfor to look into that possibility, yes.

Q. Why?
A. Because we were given information from a source that appeared to have some credibility that such an account existed.

Q. And why did you want to investigate that account?
A. Well, to me, that’s kind of obvious. If, in fact, there was an offshore account in which money was being deposited for the benefit of Mr. Branca, that would indicate very serious violations of Mr. Branca’s responsibilities to Mr. Jackson.

Q. At your direction, they looked into the existence of that account, correct?
A. Yes.

Q. Where was this offshore account? 
A. I believe it was in the Caribbean

Q. The investigation did indicate Branca was involved in the account, correct?
A. The investigator’s report so indicated.

Q. And the report indicated that Sony was involved in that account, right?
A. The investigator’s report indicated that Sony transferred money to the account.

Q. Sony transferred money to that account for the benefit of Mr. Jackson’s lawyer, right?
A. That’s what was indicated in the report.

Q. Do you know why there was a decision to clean house in Mr Jackson’s business?
A. Well, I know what Mr. Jackson told me.

Q. All right. Why don’t you just tell me what Mr. Jackson told you.
A. Mr. Jackson told me that he no longer had confidence in John Branca.

Q. And in part of this cleaning of house, Mr. Jackson decided to personally fire his attorney (John Branca) who he had been with him for more than a decade?
A. Yes.

Q. And he wrote a letter dismissing that attorney, didn’t he?
A. Yes.

Q. You did that because that’s what he told you he wanted to do?
A. Yes.

The following questions by Tom Mesereau were asked but sustained by court after
the prosecutor objected. But Tom Mesereau managed to get them on record. Michael Jackson was sitting in that court room while his attorney presented the following questions. Implications speaks volumes of Michael's feelings re: John Branca.

Q. You were concerned that Mr. Branca and that law firm might not be representing Mr. Jackson’s interests properly because of their connection to Sony, correct?

Q. Didn’t you investigate Mr Branca because you were concerned that he and Sony had set up an offshore account to funnel money to so they could defraud Michael Jackson?

Q. Did you think that Sony was paying Mr. Branca money to sell out Mr. Jackson?

Q. And you were concerned that all of these characters were trying to steal money and take advantage of Michael Jackson, right?

Q. And it was your direction that they look into that account because you were concerned that Michael Jackson’s attorney and Sony were putting money in that account so Mr. Jackson’s lawyer would essentially sell him out, right?


The lie commenced with the Press Release publicising the alleged Michael Jackson Will. It claims that John Branca "represented Mr. Jackson from 1980 untill 2006".

Notice how the Press Release conveniently left out John Branca's 2003 Termination?

This Branca apologist blog admits that Branca was indeed fired in 2003 but states that "Michael MUST HAVE realized that John Branca did not embezzle any money because in November of 2003, Branca was once again Michael Jackson's attorney."
The blogger refers to an article from New York Times: "John Branca, Mr. Jackson's lawyer, did not return a phone call seeking comment". Well, sure he didn't because he was NOT Michael's lawyer. Branca termination letter surfaced AFTER Michael's death. Neither fan community nor media were aware that Michael fired John Branca in 2003.

The blogger cites several other news links from 2004 by various media outlets that referred to John Branca as Michael's attorney. There is even one "objective" article  dated June 9, 2005 by Times Online that Michael "is being advised by John Branca,
a well-known music industry lawyer, and Charles Koppelman."

Does it make any sense that Branca was rehired in 2003, he was employed
by Michael until 2006, he even "negotiated Michael's loan in June 2005" yet
in April 2005 Mesereau blasts Branca of "not properly representing Michael due to close connection to Sony", "funneling money to defraud", "stealing money and taking advantage of Michael", "selling out Michael" and conspiring against Michael to rob his interest in Sony/ATV?  All the while Michael tacitly listening to Mesereau libel his "CURRENT" attorney Branca?

Frank Dileo also came into Michael’s life during 2005 Trial. Neither John Branca nor Frank Dileo was rehired, they were merely landing their support to Michael Jackson. 


If John Branca "resigned" in 2006, why "get fired by Michael Jackson"?

The disclaimer from David LeGrand Testimony &
Alleged Michael Jackson Will Details &
Michael Jackson Trust not Trust-Worthy &
Inconsistencies and oddities in Alleged Michael Jackson Will & Trust

"I refuse to let misinformation be spread in MJJ Community"



May 24, 2011

Interview with Patrick Allocco- President of AllGood Entertainment

The following is the transcript of my interview, conducted last year (2010),
with Patrick Allocco, President of AllGood Entertainment. 

The conversation helped me understand the entrance of Leonard Rowe and Frank Dileo into Michael’s life as managers. It also depicted why Randy Phillips
of AEG had an urgent need to control Michael Jackson in his favor.

In his recent months, Michael Jackson was pulled by 2 camps
pursuing their own business agenda, blind to Michael's declining health

- Why did you go to Frank Dileo, did you think he was Michael's manager?

I met Joe at New Orleans Casino in Las Vegas. Joe told me that Michael was closely working with Frank Dileo and that Frank was managing his business affairs. That’s how the idea came about, it was Joe that referred us to Frank Dileo

- Your proposal was a one-day live performance by Jackson siblings in Texas. You were going to film the event for Internet pay-per-view, correct?

That is correct. It was going to be at Cowboy Stadium, in Arlington, Texas.

- The binder agreement is in Frank Dileo Company letterhead and it states “if you agree with the terms of this contract, sign and return it”. It appears to me as if the agreement was prepared by Frank Dileo Company and NOT AllGood Entertainment. Who prepared this binder agreement?

We actually had gone to Nashville, myself, Mark Lamicka, Terry Harvey, his business associate Jimmy Miguel and Ladd Biro. We met with Frank Dileo at his office. The terms were negotiated right there.

- In Raffles Van Exel interview, Frank Dileo makes it sound as if he wasn’t that involved with this deal, so he was very much involved?

The binder speaks for itself. Who would do that? It’s like me promising to deliver to you Jay Z when I have no authority to do so.

- Was the Jackson Family supportive of the AllGood proposal?

Oh yes, Joe was on board from the beginning, Katherine was too. I met Katherine with Leonard Rowe on February 3, 2009 at a restaurant in Encino. I went through with her my vision for the show. The biggest thing with Joe and Katherine was that Michael couldn’t do a lot of shows…Michael did not want to do a lot of shows, that is why our deal was very suitable, 1 day of show with substantial amount of money.

- You saw Michael, how did he look?

He was emaciated. He wasn’t…as Randy Phillips or Frank Dileo claim.
He wasn’t healthy.

- Why didn’t you call Dileo on his lie by letting TMZ know that Dileo team were involved in this fake tribute? (re: Tribute Scam)

I have a very good contact, (name redacted) at TMZ. I did call (name redacted) and sent her documents but they were hesitant to publicize. Frank Dileo’s attorney called TMZ and left a voice message that Dileo wasn’t involved in the tribute, that he didn’t know these people so TMZ added an update.

- How did you find out about the fundraising efforts for the tribute?

The fundraising email was actually sent to Ladd Biro who was a partner in Jackson Family Show Project. I believe Katherine Susmeier of Starlink didn’t know that Ladd Biro was working with us, she sent the fundraising email to him and he forwarded it to me.

- What was Michael’s reaction when he found out that Frank Dileo committed to this deal with you without his consent?

That is a really good question…. We really didn’t get into with Michael the binder with Frank Dileo. We were focused on the getting the deal done.

-Dileo claims he was Michael’s manager. Have you seen them together?

Aside from the photographs in his office, I never saw Dileo and Michael together.

-Do you feel Michael hired Frank Dileo as his manager?

In my opinion, Randy Phillips hired Frank Dileo. Randy Phillips wasn’t able to control Michael the way he wanted to and Randy Phillips was most definitely angry at us involving Leonard Rowe in Michael’s life. Randy is the one who hired Frank Dileo.

- I think so too. In the Raffles interview, Dileo said Randy Phillips, Michael and himself had a conference call during which Michael allegedly hired Dileo as his manager. Dileo stated that when he came to LA, he met with Randy Phillips (@5:27), NOT with Michael who allegedly hired him.

- Exactly. I know for a fact that Randy had trouble dealing with Michael. I know this from Dr Tohme, I know this from Dennis Hawk (Tohme’s attorney). Randy Phillips needed a Frank Dileo to control Michael Jackson. Think about it, if you are the CEO of AEG, why couldn’t you deal directly with Michael?

- How did Randy Phillips know that Frank Dileo was for sale?

Don’t forget, Randy Phillips knew of our deal and we had Frank Dileo. There were 2 people in the world that could have filled, at the time, the management position for Michael Jackson, Frank Dileo and Leonard Rowe. And who had BOTH of them under contract? AllGood Entertainment. We had a non-compete with Frank Dileo AND we had a non-compete with Leonard Rowe. Randy Phillips had to go around us, he was obsessed with controlling Michael.

- The last email communication between you and Dileo’s camp was on February 20 in which you stated that you talked to Bert (Dileo accountant) who told you that Dileo wouldn’t move forward without receiving $150,000. At this point, you failed to come up with the money by the deadline. Did Dileo’s camp state that the deal was off or did they indicate that they would be willing to extend the deadline for you to come up with the money?

I met with Frank on January 15, I believe….it was the same day the plane landed on Hudson River. Frank told me that he wouldn’t move forward without the non-refundable $150,000 commission. But we found out about the Mark Lamicka scam. Lamicka was one of the signers in our non-disclosure agreement and he is the guy we dealt with in regards to our agreement. We were aware of the federal lawsuit, Lamicka scammed a promoter. So we grew uncomfortable and offered to put the monies in a trust account.

So no, Dileo or Lamicka never stopped working for us but the problem was they weren’t producing results so I got on the plane in the first week of February and worked directly with Katherine and Leonard Rowe. But no, Dileo never indicated to us that he wasn’t working with us. Generally, you send a written notice or file a breach of contract, indicating that “I am no longer working for you”, Dileo never did that. Personally, I thought Dileo was a fraud and I wanted to get to Michael myself and that’s what I did.

Don’t forget Dileo was telling us the London Shows were never gonna happen, and that Michael didn’t have a deal with AEG…these were the stories Dileo told us and we were skeptical about it. One of my insiders got a call from a guy in AEG that they got a deal imminent to be signed with Michael, this was at the end of January so this told me that Frank Dileo was a fraud. That’s why I retained Leonard Rowe for $15,000 and we met with Katherine and later with Michael. I told Katherine “Dileo asked for $150,000 non-refundable just to be able to talk to your son”.

- Yes, in an interview, Dileo says “I am just someone who could get Michael on the phone” and I am thinking “Why didn’t you just Michael on the phone so you wouldn’t need $150,000 expense money”

Right. And he said that Michael didn’t want to do our Show. Michael told me, Katherine and Leonard Rowe that he wanted to do our show…..uh…not wanted to but he was going to do our show. And he said so to his father in April. This was the first time his father had seen Michael in over 3 years. His father said “let me say my peace” and he explained to Michael that he should trust Leonard Rowe oversee his business affairs.

- Was Katherine Jackson supportive of the O2 Tour?

I know that she was very concerned that Michael physically could not do it. In terms of supportive, I am sure Katherine was supportive of the money that Michael would make but I know that she was concerned that Michael couldn’t do the shows. She had that conversation with me and she he had that conversation with Leonard Rowe.

- Before you sent the cease & desist letter to AEG, did you communicate with Dileo’s camp one last time?

I didn’t have to because around March 26, Michael asked Leonard Rowe to talk with Frank Dileo.  I don’t even know to this day what transpired in that meeting, I really don’t. I don’t even know what the purpose of the meeting was you have to ask Leonard about it. I know that Michael wanted the two of them to meet. There was always conversations with either Terry Harvey who spoke with Dileo a number of times, with Leonard Rowe who spoke with Dileo or Katherine Jackson who spoke with Dileo. And there was always communication. At that point, I didn’t need to because I was talking directly with Michael, with Dr Thome, with Leonard Rowe. To me, Dileo was fraud, a guy who violated my non-compete by going to work with AEG, I had no use for Dileo at that point.

- Do you know when Tohme was fired?

It was around the time….Frank Dileo claimed he was the manager; Tohme claimed he was the manager and If you remember there was a news report,
Will the Real Michael Jackson manager please stand up”. It was around that time. It was after the Julien Court. Michael was sooo upset that Tohme auctioned his stuff without his consent. I remember Michael saying “I am never talking to him again” and he stopped taking his calls.

- He said that to you?

No he said that to Leonard Rowe, I was in the room, we were at the hotel, Sportmans Lodge. Michael was very upset and we were trying to stop the auction. Leonard and I was going to meet with Joe at the court to stop the auction but Tohme worked out a deal with the auction House. That was the point Michael stopped all contact with Dr Tohme.

- I saw an interview where you and Terry Harvey talk of Michael’s “addiction”

Terry mentioned the movie “Cadillac Records” in which record company pays the black artist in Cadillac. The artist ended up alcoholic, drug addict and penniless. We took that movie and Terry threw it on Dennis Hawk’s desk and he said “If we don’t stop them, this is how Michael is going to end up”. We always knew from people around Michael that he was addicted, what he was addicted to…I can’t tell you. Everyone around him know about it, we knew it, Leonard knew it, his mother knew it. Even Randy Phillips said in an interview that Michael didn’t show up to rehearsals. His behavior was consistent with someone with drug problems.

One day, I remember clearly, we were driving up the Ventura boulevard. Terry kept telling me and Leonard about “mission to save Michael…mission to save Michael”. I thought, at the time, that he was over-reacting. I know people with drug problems and they don’t always die. Now looking back on it, he couldn’t have been more right. And the night Michael died I told Terry that we failed our mission…. It was very tragic. I wish the Michael Jackson story didn’t end the way it did. It was the most surreal experience of my life.

- Terry Harvey said that in February of 2009, he talked to people in Michael’s circle such as Frank Dileo & Tohme Tohme and expressed his concern about Michael’s drug use. Why was Dileo in Michael’s circle in February, he says he entered into Michael’s life in March

Terry was in talks with Dileo in regards to our deal and based on Dileo’s representation to us, we thought Dileo was in Michael’s life as his manager.

- You saw Dileo’s Raffles interview. Is there anything from that interview that you don’t agree with?

He said a lot of misinformation. First of all, he said “these guys came into my office, asking to do a World Tour”. We didn’t ask him for a World Tour, it was a
1 day event. The first day we went into his office, he was very enthusiastic. I left that day with a draft of our binder agreement, he was very involved, he had a clear vision for the show and how we should go about getting there.


May 19, 2011


UPDATE: On June 17, 2010, Stacy Brown confirmed that Jermaine DID change the original manuscript and added negative content about Michael Jackson.

Click here to read the updated post

For years, Jermaine received flack from media and public, especially from Michael Jackson fans. He adamantly states that he did NOT write the damaging excerpts.


I reached out to Stacy Brown to resolve this burning question once and for all and
set the record straight. Mr. Brown broke his silence and this is what he told me today:

"Jermaine's "Legacy" project with me was NOT a damaging book about Michael.
The only reason things got blown out of proportion was because Jermaine didn't think. He didn't use his head. When he and I worked on the project back in 2001 & 2002, it was sabotaged. Someone had duped our copy with another copy that contained fabrications and lies. They didn't want a positive book.

Jermaine, to my knowledge, would never publicly hurt Michael. Word to the Badd aside, he just wouldn't do it in the way that "Legacy" was portrayed. To be honest, I got so upset because Jermaine should have known what the media was doing but instead he choose to attack me. I was on a program with Brian Oxman who was saying inaccurate and unfair things so I said to Brian during the broadcast: "What if I had tapes?" and the media ran with the idea that I had tapes. I did not have tapes of anything bad. Jermaine,
I understand has a book coming out this fall and I know it will be positive and he should be given every opportunity to succeed and the fans should support him.

It's important to note that Jermaine, Rebbie, Randy, Katherine, Joe and everyone else knew that I was an author and reporter before we became close. When I wrote the book with Stevie Wonder and his mother, I did a lot of TV and radio. My television & media appearances didn't just happen because of Michael's situation. So the idea of me looking for 15 minutes of fame remains preposterous. Fame isn't something I sought or seek. Never have and never will.

I had also written books with Jermaine and Rebbie, which wasn't as flattering toward Joseph. I was reluctant to write Bob's book for him. However, Rebbie's husband urged me to write it because they weren't my words, they were Bob's. Rebbie did not want me to write it. My relationship with her was severed after the book. But, I looked up to Rebbie's husband and, in hindsight, shouldn't have listened to him. I did, so I take full responsibility.

I testified at the trial which wasn't testimony that hurt Michael at all. My reason for agreeing to testify would shock you. The police had cornered a family member in Vegas and had threatened to subpoena that family member. That family member reached out to me and I reached out to Tom Sneddon and Detective Steve Robel. In the end, to help get that family member off the hook, I put myself on the line and offered up myself because it would have been really bad for the family member. Put it this way, he wouldn't be considered a family member anymore because a divorce would surely have resulted. Again, in hindsight, because some are so unappreciative, I should have let that play out and stayed out of it.

In October of 2005, Michael and Tom Messereau went over the book in London and Michael later reached out to Bob and expressed that while he didn't like the book, he didn't think it was too big a deal and understood that Bob needed money. Michael had blamed Randy for Bob's firing and told Bob that. He said that "Bob had to do what he had to do to pay his bills" so Michael understood very well why the book.

Now, I did say after the trial that I thought Michael was guilty. However, I always said that the jurors had the only ones whose opinion counted. When two of those jurors contacted me after the trial to ask me to write a book, saying that they were forced to vote not guilty, I told them to get lost and that I wouldn't do it. Because of that, I got temporarily dragged into another scandal but thankfully I was publicly exonerated by the New York Daily News.

I also said that while I had a close relationship with others in the family, I didn't know Michael personally. I also said many times on television that if Michael is anything like his brothers than he is not a child molester.  I hated when being interviewed someone would insist that I was a "friend" of Michael's. That was false. I had always been a major fan of Michael's and, believe it or not, I hurt inside because of his murder. Yes, I believe he was murdered.

After the trial, false media reports surfaced of things I supposedly wrote and said. I did not say 95 percent of the things attributed to me. Also, I now realize that the "family" member who I covered the trial was the biggest manipulator and it was really that person's doing. That person always wanted to be able to say to the others "I told you Michael was no good!" That person pushed me to do the book, set up false stories in the press later, so that, that person could have something over that person's spouse and family and most of all over the Jacksons. I believe, that person, who blames Michael, Joseph, Randy, Jermaine and Latoya for everything that is wrong, is also planted a National Enquirer story about Rebbie and Grace and had the finger pointed at me! It all makes sense to me now while it may not to you. But, it's too complicated and "Lifetime Television movie-like" to explain.

I don't and would not profess to be totally innocent of all the stuff that was said and written about and by me. I know that I took unpopular stands at times and I understand the anger of the Jacksons because they don't know the truth. I enjoyed the many times I spent talking to, working with, counseling and being counseled by Jermaine. Hanging out with Jackie and sometimes some of the others. I especially enjoyed going to Neverland, the most beautiful and serene place I've ever been. But, it saddens me to no end that the Jacksons are such a divided bunch. I wish them well and I wish them justice. Mostly, I wish them true peace, deep and close love for one another they sorely lacked. It is that lack of genuine love, in my opinion, that pushed Michael away from them.

There will never be another Michael Jackson. We were blessed to be able to witness the greatness pop music entertainer who ever walked the earth."


Jermaine Jackson DID write the negative content about Michael Jackson
Jermaine on Larry King Live (January 9, 2003)
Bro Dished Dirt, Jermaine shopped for a book on Michael by New York Post
Jermaine on Larry King Live (March 6, 2006)
Jermaine Jackson Told All in Shocking 2003 Book Proposal by Roger Friedman

May 05, 2011


Katherine Jackson aka the new Joe Jackson is at it again: monetizing her son’s death!

Katherine, who seems to be drawn to cameras like moth to flames after her son’s death, is now marketing flower arrangementS for….wait…Mother’s day!

For this “devout” Jehovah Witness, holiday celebrations are okay as long as
she makes money! Katherine had no qualms about celebrating News Year Eve. 

No amount of public condemnation is strong enough for Jacksons to feel shame
and stop exploiting Michael Jackson aka former Jackson Family cashcow or Michael’s children aka the new Jackson Family cashcows! Jacksons are shamelessly greedy and they won’t let a thing like integrity get in the way of exploiting a dead man!

Integrity has no middle ground. If your Jehowah Witness beliefs forbids you celebration of Mother’s Day then you should, in no way, be a party to other people’s celebration. It is like being anti-drug but selling crack, it makes no sense whatsoever!

Katherine knew Michael was very frail to do AEG’s 50 show ‘This Is It’ Tour so as the “perfection” that she is, one might think she would stage an intervention.

Did she?

Noooo, she received $1 million from AllGood Entertainment to pressure Michael
to participate in a Jackson Family Show that Michael had initially declined.

Since Michael’s death, Katherine has been strutting her stuff in front of cameras, monetizing Michael’s death. ALL public apperances made by Katherine since Michael's death were to promote a business venture, NONE were to seek justice
for her son. As a sale ploy, Katherine parades Michael’s kids like show ponies.

Why didn’t Katherine generate money with all this money-making endeavors WHILE MICHAEL WAS ALIVE so she and her family didn’t have to burden Michael as they did?

Katherine Jackson is in the business of her selling her son’s death… 

“We brought nothing with us when we came into the world and we can’t take anything with us when we leave it. So if we have enough food and clothing, let us
be content. For the love of the money is root of all kinds of evil. And some people, craving money have wandered from the true faith.” -TIMOTHY 6:10