Michael Jackson Conspiracy

Michael Jackson Conspiracy

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  • Hardback | 296 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.1 x 30.5mm | 580.6g
  • iUniverse
  • United States
  • English
  • 0979549809
  • 9780979549809
  • 107,390

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462 ratings
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This book was a total eye opener. Makes one realise what actually happens when the media decide to crucify someone. I was not a die hard fan of Michael Jackson but I loved his music. I never really believed the headlines until it was rammed down my throat over and over again. When he died I decided to dig deeper and find out for myself. I found a wealth of information on the internet and I bought Aphrodite's book and read it. I was totally shocked and ashamed at how easily I was brainwashed into believing the scum and lies that were spun about Michael Jackson. Ahprodite's book made me realise that one has to be extremely critical of what one reads about in the tabloids and the media in general. As a law student I found it fascinating how an innocent man can be tried and convicted by the media before he steps foot into a court room. A great read and very humbling.show more
by Antoinette Majcic
Like most people all over the world, I had to rely on the media coverage, which -as demonstrated in this book- was one-sided, covering only the dirt and sensational aspects of the trial. I am glad to have finally learnt the truth about the infamous trial, for it is injustice and judicial subjectivity I loathe. Anyone who wishes to know what was exactly said and done in the Michael Jackson 2004 case should read this book. Not just for Michael Jackson fans only, I recommend it to anyone wanting to know the truth, and not the gossip, about this case. The book will provide you new insights and explain how it came to be that Michael Jackson was acquitted of all 14 allegations.show more
by John-Sebastian Schutter
"Aphrodite Jones is a woman that frequently and strongly supported the prosecution during the Michael Jackson trial in 2005. She - like many of the reporters around the world - was intent on portraying Michael Jackson as a guilty man, without ever fully reporting the facts of BOTH SIDES of the case, or even examining both sides herself. This was a policy inflicted on journalists by the powers that be in the media agencies, something that has been largely ignored. After the trial, she began to realise the mistake she made by following the pack mentality of the media and has written this book to show the wider public the truth. She is going against the ideals of her former emplyer 'Fox News' and the will of the publishing business model. This book describes exactly what went on in the court room and explains the facts of the case using quotes from actual court transcripts. She has first hand knowledge of the evidence used (such as Michael Jackson's video testimony) and uses it to full effect. The book describes just how many times prosecutions witnesses lied and contradicted themselves on the stand - lies and contradictions that were proven to be so by the defense. The book shows how the charges were masterminded by a woman (the mother of the accuser) that has already commited welfare fraud - a crime she is currently serving time for - and conned celebrites, charities, department stores, and police departments out of thousands of dollars over a period of years. She even contacted lawyers about suing Michael Jackson before she had ever met him!! I don't want to ruin the book for you so I'll leave it there. Needless to say this book is a revalation and is a refreshing change to the biased, opinionated and substantially untrue reports about the case that were reported by the general media. If you want to find out about the real goings on in the trial, then buy this book. * * * * * (5 STARS)"show more
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