Michael Jackson on Trial

Michael Jackson Trial

… If There is Any Justice in This World …
– by Wes Penre, March 13, 2005 –

Here we see a Michael Jackson coming to court in pajamas, thin like a stick from not eating (according to mass media) – certainly because of the stress. We have a very traumatized person on trial. A genius – yes, but also an extremely dysfunctional and eccentric man. Is he guilty? We don’t know yet.

However, if Michael goes to jail, and there is any justice in this world, so should his father, Joe. I don’t defend pedophilia (if this is the case with Michael), and although he has been severely traumatized and destroyed, I believe that a person, even if he/she has such desires, should be able keep them to him/herself and not live them out. However, the biggest criminal in this case is most certainly not Michael, but his father. And in a society where justice is a farce, the REAL criminals do not go to jail, only their victims and the scapegoats.

There have been quite a few documentaries about Michael Jackson, and Hollywood movies too, based on the true story. No lawsuits have ever been filed against the movies and the documentaries from the Jackson family, and we have to assume there at least is some truth in it. Michael has both defended and accused his father throughout the years, but the stories that have been told make sense. For you who don’t know, here is a briefing of what has been revealed so far:

Michael’s father noticed early that Michael and his brothers had musical talents; some of them more, some Joe Jacksonof them less. He decided (or was it someone else’s decision in the Illuminati?) to train them to make a lot of money from them. He created “The Jackson 5” and he was merciless. The way he “disciplined” the boys was horrifying. He used all the techniques of trauma-based mind control you can ever think of, to reach his goal. All they boys suffered severely from the mistreatments, and they were not even allowed to play with other kids throughout the upbringing. Sometimes they disobeyed and ran out to play anyway, after which they were severally punished. Therefore they never had a real childhood, and this is certainly the reason why Michael never grew up and still acts like a kid in many ways. This is also the way victims of trauma-based mind control react; they get “stuck in time” at a point of trauma (in this case the childhood).

Early on, Michael’s father realized that Michael was the real talent of the Jackson kids, so Michael was the target for most trauma. Some people, who know the story behind how Michael’s father, Joe Jackson treated him think that his dad was just a power-hungry, greedy person. Others say that this was the only way to get out of poverty for a black family in the 60s. Both those theories could make sense if we neglect the fact that the trauma he exposed the boys to was extremely sophisticated, and can not have come “naturally” to their father. He knew exactly what he was doing and succeeded flawlessly.

So where did he learn all this? Well, it is all “taken from the books” of Illuminati trauma-based mind control, and his patterns are following the rules and techniques pretty much exactly(1). Nothing he did was accidental. Thus it is reasonable to draw the conclusion that Michael’s father was deeply involved in MK ULTRA and/or some other off-spring(s) of the same. It is also reasonable to believe that the Illuminati wanted a black group of young boys to hit the music industry, and they wanted them “their way”. Joe could very well have been offered the opportunity by the Illuminati in the music industry to strike it rich if he succeeded in “training” the kids. Just like with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, you have to have two groups competing. In the Beatles/Rolling Stones case it was the bad guys (The Stones) against the good guys (The Beatles), and in this case it was “The Jackson 5” and “The Osmonds” (the black against the white). I could write an article on “The Osmonds” as well, but I don’t need to. It would be quite similar to this one, because the Osmond kids were treated almost exactly the same way as the Jackson’s. Coincidence? Hardly. This is not uncommon at all in the music industry, where trauma-based mind control is not rare, and many artists are multiple personalities due to trauma. You can read a lot more about this in my “I Sold My Soul to Rock’n’roll & Mind Control” section of this website.

My point here is that I don’t defend Michael Jackson if he is guilty, but I suggest that the real criminal here is Michael’s father, and most certainly others behind the scene, who control him and set him up to do the evil task of programming Michael. They created a genius, whom the world has enjoyed for his music and artistry, but they also created a human wreck, who can fall apart anytime. If he is convicted, I doubt he would make it for very long in a prison cell. If he is guilty, there is no other choice for our society, the way it is structured, than to lock him up, but he should not go to jail alone…

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Joe Jackson Used to Beat Michael

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“Joe Jackson used to lock Michael in a closet,” my source says. “The abuse just goes on and on. Janet was also afraid of him. I once found her in the kitchen with a huge knife. She was going to use it on him.”

We get that picture. But my source continues. “I hold Katherine responsible for what happened to the children,” the source says of Michael’s mother. “She knew what was happening and let it.”

Of course, Katherine and Joseph Jackson deny abuse in their household. But Joseph Jackson is a complicated guy. On the day of Michael’s famous 30th anniversary solo show, Joe Jackson called a news conference and invited select journalists. I was one of them. It was obvious Michael had no idea this was going on. Mr. Jackson told us he was going to start selling footage of the Jackson Five for profit. He was eager to be a star himself, clearly.

I asked him though about his parental philosophy. “You have to be strict with kids,” he said. “There’s nothing wrong with punishment as long as you know how to punish.”

What would be a typical punishment? “Beat his back,” Joe Jackson replied before I could even get the question out.

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Michael Jackson death still unsolved after autopsy

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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Doctors completed an autopsy on the body of Michael Jackson on Friday but said they could not immediately establish a cause of death for the “King of Pop” as speculation centered on his use of prescription painkillers.

“The cause of death has been deferred, which means that the medical examiner has ordered additional testing such as toxicology and other studies,” Los Angeles County Coroner’s spokesman Craig Harvey said.

“Those tests we anticipate will take an additional four to six weeks.”

Speaking to a throng of reporters outside the coroner’s office, Harvey said, “There was no indication of any external trauma or indication of foul play to the body of Mr. Jackson.”

He said his office expected to determine what killed Jackson, 50, when the tests were complete.

The body would be released to family members after they chose a mortuary to handle the funeral arrangements, Harvey added.

Celebrity website TMZ.com, citing an interview with an unidentified “close member” of the Jackson family, reported the superstar singer was injected with Demerol about half an hour before he went into cardiac arrest.


Police searched Jackson’s rented mansion in the Holmby Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles and planned to interview his personal physician, who was with the entertainer at the time of his death.

TMZ, citing family members, said Jackson received a daily injection of Demerol, a narcotic painkiller. The family believes his death was caused by an overdose of the drug, TMZ reported.

An unidentified man called a 911 emergency phone line from the mansion at 12:21 p.m. local time, saying Jackson was unconscious and not breathing.

In excerpts from the call played on television, the man said the doctor was the only other person present and was performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on the unconscious Jackson without results.

“He’s pumping, he’s pumping his chest but he’s not responding to anything, sir, please,” the caller said.

A senior law enforcement official told ABC News that Jackson was “heavily addicted” to the painkiller Oxycontin and was injected daily with that medication, along with Demerol.

Lawyer Brian Oxman, a Jackson family spokesman, told CBS’ “The Early Show” he had been concerned about the prescription drugs Jackson took due to injuries suffered while performing.

“I do not want to point fingers at anyone because I want to hear what the toxicology report says and the coroner says but the plain fact of the matter is that Michael Jackson had prescription drugs at his disposal at all times,” Oxman said.


Fans and fellow pop stars everywhere revived memories of Jackson’s musical genius, tarnished over the past decade by accusations of child molestation and eccentric behavior.

U.S. President Barack Obama called Jackson a “spectacular performer” but said he believed aspects of his life were “sad and tragic,” the White House said.

Jackson’s death was front-page news around the world as airwaves filled with his greatest hits from “Thriller” to “Billie Jean” and social networking sites were bombarded with messages and tributes.

“My heart, my mind are broken,” actress Elizabeth Taylor, long a close friend of Jackson, said in a statement.

“He will be in my heart forever but it’s not enough,” Taylor said. “My life feels so empty. I don’t think anyone knew how much we loved each other.”

On Hollywood Boulevard, police put up barricades to control thousands of fans who filed past Jackson’s star on the Walk of Fame to honor the child prodigy who became one of the top singers of all time with an estimated 750 million albums sold.

Jackson’s family has yet to announce details of a funeral.

Facing a battered reputation and a mountain of debt that The Wall Street Journal reported ran to $500 million, Jackson spent the last two months rehearsing for a series of London concerts, including Wednesday in Los Angeles.

Despite reports of Jackson’s ill health, the promoters of the London shows, AEG Live, said in March that Jackson passed a 4 1/2-hour physical examination with independent doctors.

In death, Jackson’s music enjoyed an immediate rebound that eluded him for years. His songs surged to the top 15 on online retailer Amazon.com’s best-selling albums within hours.

He dominated the charts in the 1980s and was one of the most successful entertainers, with 13 Grammy Awards and several seminal music videos. His 1982 album “Thriller” yielded seven top-10 singles. [nN26308702]

But he was twice accused of molesting young boys and was charged in 2003 with child sexual abuse. He was acquitted of all charges in a four-month trial in 2005.

In 1994, Jackson married Elvis Presley’s only child, Lisa Marie, which ended in divorce in 1996. He remarried and had two children, later split with his second wife, and had a third child with an unnamed surrogate mother.

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