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Old 07-12-2009, 09:07 PM
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How 'bout Jermaine and Tito?

What are their professions?

How do they derive an income?

Joe Jackson created A BOOT CAMP for young rappers?

A BOOT CAMP?

Where is it located?

What are the ages of the BOOT CAMPERS?


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Old 07-12-2009, 09:10 PM
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What about LaToya?

What is her profession?

How does she derive an income?
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Old 07-12-2009, 09:16 PM
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Did you listen to Dr. Klein, Jackson's Dermotologist, on the Larry King show?

He credits himself with the INVENTION of injectibles.

Is this true?

He said he was rebuilding Jackson's face.

Huh?

Rebuilding it how?

How does a Dermotologist rebuild a face?

They're SKIN doctors and not plastic surgeons.

Sorry, but I'm a little confused on this issue.

Klein said that Jackson thought his face was a work of art.

So, why did it need to be rebuilt?

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Old 07-13-2009, 06:56 PM
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Okay, weird topic, but isn't like, every popular idiot a freemason now?
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Old 07-16-2009, 08:55 PM
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The New York Post reported on Tuesday that Rowe had agreed to take about $4 million to give up her parental rights to children Prince Michael Jr, 12, and Paris, 11.

Rowe, through her attorney denies that she agreed to accept money to waive her parental rights to her children.

However, Rowe, in 2001 sought to give up her parental rights to her children.

So, did Rowe seek to give up her parental rights to her children because she has no maternal instincts or she accepted four million dollars to do so?

Since she later went back to court to contest her waiver, this indicates that in 2001, when she sought to give up her parental rights to her children it was granted.

Otherwise, there would be no reason for her to return to court to contest the waiver.

According to the article, her contestment of that waiver never went into effect.

How come?

How does one go to court to contest a waiver; the waiver is granted, but doesn't go into effect?

Is that because the contestment to the waiver was never granted?

My hunch is that Debbie Rowe and Michael Jackson are not the biological parents of Prince Michael and Paris.

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Michael Jackson News

Jackson's ex-wife denies giving up kids

Reuters, Jul 14, 2009 6:00 pm PDT

An attorney for Michael Jackson's ex-wife Debbie Rowe on Tuesday angrily denied reports that she had agreed to take millions of dollars to give up parental rights to her two children with the King of Pop.

In a letter to the New York Post, attorney Eric George said that Rowe, who was married to Michael Jackson from 1996 to 1999 and is the mother of his two oldest children, "has not and will not" give up her parental rights.

Nor will Rowe, whose attorneys have been in talks with lawyers for Michael Jackson's parents, Katherine and Joe, take any money beyond the spousal support to which she and the singer agreed upon years ago, George's letter states.

In a 2002 will signed by Michael Jackson, he said he had "intentionally omitted" to provide for Rowe.

The New York Post reported on Tuesday that Rowe had agreed to take about $4 million to give up her parental rights to children Prince Michael Jr, 12, and Paris, 11.

George has asked the newspaper to publish a retraction.
In a statement, New York Post editor in chief Col Allan said, "The Post stands by its story."

Katherine Jackson, 79, was granted temporary guardianship of her son's three children on June 29, only days after the "Thriller" singer died.

George's letter states that no agreement has been reached between Rowe and the Jacksons on custody or visitation.

Jackson, who died on June 25 after suffering cardiac arrest at his rented Los Angeles mansion, was the father of a third child named Prince Michael II, 7, but the boy's surrogate mother has never been identified.

Rowe in 2001 sought to give up parental rights to her children, but she later went to court to contest her waiver of those rights and it never went into effect.

A custody hearing on Jackson's three children is set for this coming Monday.

Also on Tuesday, an official from the LA Coroner's office, which is one of several law enforcement agencies investigating Jackson's death, visited the office of Dr. Arnold Klein, the singer's dermatologist, to obtain medical records.

Craig Harvey, a spokesman for the LA Coroner, said results of an autopsy on Jackson will not be released this week or next, as final work is being completed on the case.

(Editing by Bob Tourtellotte and Todd Eastham)

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Old 07-16-2009, 09:40 PM
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What kind of a MOTHER voluntarily goes to court to relinquish her parental rights to her children?

A woman who isn't the biological mother of the children?

A woman who knew she would marry Jackson; give birth to two children; divorce; receive a divorce settlement and a hefty 4 million to relinquish her parental rights.

In otherwords, a "marriage of convenience."

What facts were presented to the JUDGE who granted Rowe's request to relinquish her parental rights to their children?

Unfit mother?

Money?

I am very much interested in knowing the name of the JUDGE who granted Debbie Rowe's request to relinquish her parental rights to her children and under what grounds it was granted?

Details, please.

What kind of a FATHER, Michael Jackson, would want the mother of his children to give up her parental rights to her children and pay her to do so?

Like I said.

A "marriage of convenience."

As I said, as well, my hunch is that Debbie Rowe and Michael Jackson are not the biological parents of Prince and Paris.

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Old 07-16-2009, 09:52 PM
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Still awaiting on information about Joe Jackson's BOOT CAMP for YOUNG RAPPERS.

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Old 07-17-2009, 10:46 PM
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I think it's about time that someone interview Joe Jackson.

Has this MAN ever been interviewed?

I think it's way overdue.

He has stated on several occasions that he believes his son, Michael Jackson, was murdered/killed?

Whom does Joe Jackson believe murdered/killed his son?

Some random person who was allowed entry into his son's house?

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Old 07-19-2009, 09:07 PM
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Why is it that Debbie Rowe always refers to Prince and Paris as "Michael's" children?

Is it because she is not the biological mother of these children.

I don't think that either Jackson or Rowe are the biological parents of Prince and Paris, but that's just my opinion.

Could this be the reason that Debbie Rowe relinquished her parental rights and refers to Prince and Paris as "Michael's" children, in addition to receiving millions of dollars to do so?

Was this the agreement before the children were born?

A marriage of convenience, cause, seriously, these two were in LOVE?

Why is it that ROWE now wants custody?

Is she looking for another pay-out?

Why would any judge consider giving Debbie Rowe custody of Prince and Paris when she went to court and HAD her parental rights relinquished.

Yeah.

Sounds like a very stable person to me.

Hey, I didn't accept any money to give up my parental rights, I just don't give a damn about being a mother to my children.

Why would any judge think it would be possible for a 79 year old woman, Jackson's mother, to become the legal guardian of these children?

How sad for the children.

Debbie Rowe relinquished her parental rights, hasn't had a role in Prince or Paris' life since that time and now all of a sudden her maternal instincts have returned.

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Debbie Rowe sues woman over TV interview
AP, Jul 17, 2009 4:14 pm PDT

Michael Jackson's ex-wife Deborah Rowe has sued a woman who claimed in a television interview that Rowe didn't want custody of the pop star's children but was interested in getting money from the Jackson family.

Rowe filed a defamation and invasion-of-privacy lawsuit Thursday against Rebecca White of Florida. The suit seeks unspecified damages, but specifically targets any money that White may have been paid by TV show "Extra" for an interview that aired earlier this week.

The stories were based on White's description of e-mails she said she exchanged with Rowe after Jackson's death on June 25. Rowe, 50, denies she sent any recent e-mails to White.

The lawsuit also claims intentional infliction of emotional distress and states that Rowe has suffered "shame, mortification, hurt feelings and injury to her reputation" as a result of White's interview.

An e-mail sent to a publicist for "Extra" seeking comment wasn't immediately returned. A phone message left on a phone number registered to White in Key West, Fla. was not returned Friday.

The stories based on White's interview remain active on the show's Web site.
Rowe's lawsuit states that she hasn't communicated with White since Jackson's death.

The suit states that White interviewed her in 2008 for an MTV production and has since been "attempting to portray herself as a friend."

In the "Extra" interview, White is described as a "close friend" who claimed Rowe had emphatically stated in an e-mail exchange that she didn't want custody of Jackson's three children.

Rowe is the mother of Jackson's two oldest children.

White also told "Extra" she thought Rowe was motivated by money, and that was the reason she was getting involved in a guardianship case that will decide who cares for the children, who range in age from 7 to 12.

A hearing on whether Jackson's 79-year-old mother, Katherine Jackson, should continue to care for the children is scheduled Monday.

The lawsuit came two days after Rowe's attorney, Eric M. George, demanded a retraction from White. The lawsuit states White hasn't responded.

The suit rejects White's contention that she's a friend, stating that Rowe didn't respond to two e-mails White sent her after Jackson's death. Rowe also rejected an offer to have dinner with White when she apparently flew to Los Angeles for the "Extra" interview, according to the lawsuit.

The filing cites numerous other instances in which White has made outlandish claims to tabloid publications, some of which have been discredited. The lawsuit contends White was paid for those interviews, and suggests "Extra" flew her to Los Angeles and may have paid for her interview.

Rowe has been quick to try to rebut or silence false reports. The lawsuit states that her attorneys got News of the World to remove a story based on assertions made by White. Earlier this week, Rowe's attorney demanded a retraction from the New York Post after the paper ran a story claiming she had accepted a payout to drop her custody bid.

No settlement in the guardianship case has been announced or filed. Nor has Rowe formally petitioned for custody.

Rowe's attorneys, however, have vouched for the authenticity of an interview she gave Los Angeles TV station KNBC in which she reportedly said she wanted custody and a restraining order against Jackson family patriarch Joe Jackson.

In that case, George said the comments were reported accurately, but were a "snapshot" into Rowe's thinking, and that no final decisions about a custody bid had been made.

No restraining order petition against Joe Jackson has been filed.
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AP researcher Rhonda Shafner contributed to this report.

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Old 07-30-2009, 06:48 PM
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Michael Jackson used 19 alias' to secure narcotics from various doctors.

This doesn't necessarily mean that he had 19 doctors.

However, the many doctors who prescribed narcotics to Jackson's alias' undoubtedly knew they were prescribing them to Jackson.

The alias' are a cover for both Jackson and his doctors.

Unless, of course, Jackson visited the offices of his various doctors wearing a disguise and they were to DUMB to know it was him.


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