On October 21, 2009, I found a news clip as follows:
Michael Jackson’s Brother: He Didn’t Sign His Will
Michael Jackson’s brother Randy is convinced that his brother’s signature was forged on his 2002 will, because at the time it was signed Michael was 2,475 miles away.
Michael’s will was signed on July 7, 2002 at 5:00 PM in Los Angeles, but at the time, Michael was in New York
with Tommy Mottola. Michael was in New York from July 6th to the 9th with Al Sharpton on a campaign against Tommy Mottola.
TMZ spoke with Al Sharpton’s rep, Rachel Noerdlinger, who confirms Sharpton and Jackson were protesting Mottola in NY together in 2002 on July 6th to July 9th.
Noerdlinger said, “We have reason to believe that Michael may have been in NY on the 7th and Rev. Sharpton will address this after he discusses it with the Jackson family.”
So why does Michael’s will say it was signed in Los Angeles? Did he really sign the will or was his signature forged?
Howard Weitzman, a lawyer for Michael’s estate, tells TMZ that he witnessed Michael sign the document, even though the document refers to Los Angeles.
There are photos of Michael in New York with Rev. Sharpton, so someone needs to get their story straight! Did Michael really sign that will?
See New York Times link below (Record Industry Is Attacked By a Top Star By THOMAS J. LUECK
Published: July 7, 2002) (Click Here)
Was Michael Jackson in New York or was he in Los Angeles signing his will? (Click Here)
(Notice the date on the will is the same date he was in New York!)
But Howard Weitzman can explain that: (Click Here)
July 02, 2009
Mina Sirkin, TV Legal Expert asks: Is the Michael Jackson will authentic? HMMM!
Mina Sirkin, an expert Trust and Estates attorney in Los Angeles says, “I have seen a lot of wills in my career, but the copy of Michael Jackson’s will leaves me with way too many questions as a trust and estates lawyer!…the copy of Michael’s signature on the will (copy) doesn’t look like the copy of Michael’s signature on the birth certificate of his son Michael Joseph Jackson, Jr., also known as Prince Michael Jackson. Some people may say, it’s just the size of the signature because it is in a small box, but look closer … “
Aphrodite Jones, known for her ability to master true crime stories, tell us in her book, “Michael Jackson Conspiracy” (2007) – The story of how the media sensationalized the prosecution’s case against Michael Jackson:
About all this, Michael Jackson’s defense attorney, Tom Mesereau, has remained somewhat neutral. Though Mesereau had no actual evidence to prove
Jackson’s theory that he’d been the victim of a corporate conspiracy, the defense attorney agreed that it was perfectly possible that a “subconscious conspiracy” between Sony and the Santa Barbara DA might have existed.
“What Michael said about a conspiracy makes logical sense, but I have no evidence of it,” Mesereau confided. “If Michael were in jail or in prison, how would
he defend his ownership in the catalogue? How would he defend all these frivolous lawsuits? Sony had so much to gain if there was a conviction, and Sneddon
would have gained celebrity status. These people didn’t have to actually sit down to conspire together. They might have helped each other on an unplanned
level-because they had a common interest.”…
As for Michael, the superstar has long been public in his claims that conspirators have been trying to ruin him as part of an attempt to regain control of his large stake in the SONY/ATV music catalogue, which includes songs by Elvis Presley and the Beatles.
When Jesse Jackson asked about a possible Sony conspiracy that might have been behind the
allegations in the criminal trial of 2003, Michael had very little to say. Reverend Jackson asked Michael to detail exactly what was in the SONY/ATV catalogue, but Michael didn’t want to really talk about what he was calling a conspiracy. As Jesse Jackson tried to get information about problems surrounding Sony, Michael was clearly afraid to discuss the subject. When asked
about the war over the Sony catalogue, Michael was uneasy about talking about it. There was only one thing Michael would say about the SONY/ATV catalogue:
“It’s very valuable. It’s worth a lot of money. And there’s a big fight going on as we speak about that. I can’t comment on it. There’s a lot of conspiracy. I’ll say that much.”
But whether or not anyone at Sony conspired to ruin Michael Jackson really was not the concern for Tom Mesereau in the 2003 criminal case. What Mesereau was sure about, throughout the course of the trial,was that he was dealing with a whole set of people who acted in a joint plan, a conspiracy, to destroy Michael Jackson’s image.
If all the above it true, who did killed Michael Jackson?