Saturday, January 8, 2011

Conrad Murder Left the Premises...

It is my contention that Conrad Murder's defense is a complete lie and that the truth about how Michael Jackson died has not yet been revealed. I have been saying since the beginning that Conrad Murder gave Michael Jackson a large dose of propofol to keep him sedated so he could leave the premises to meet with a call girl. When he returned, Michael Jackson was already dead. Everything Conrad Murray did the morning of 6/25/09 was staged, a lie and designed to make us believe he was trying to save Michael Jackson when, in fact, he was already dead.

Corroborating Testimony from the Preliminary Hearing

The testimony of Michael Jackson's security, Michael Amir, Faheen Muhammed and Alberto Alvarez painted the timeline when they brought Michael Jackson back to the Carrolwood address after his rehearsal at the Staple's Center (approx. 1:00 am). They all testified that they went home after making sure Michael was home and after a short debriefing session.

Conrad Murray was already there when Michael arrived, and no one was at the residence except Michael's children. All the staff was gone, with the exception of overnight security. I have also been told that Michael's overnight security had a tendancy to fall asleep and guests having to leave his residence after 1 a.m. would have to be wakened by Michael Jackson to escort them off the premises. For purposes of this scenario, let's say that the overnight security was sleep when Conrad Murray left (sometime after 2 am).

Conrad Murray had to put Michael under a large dose of propofol to keep him sleep long enough for him to leave and return without Michael knowing he left. Therefore, instead of the 25mg (which would only last a little while and when it dripped out, Michael would wake), he put a large dosage of propofol in the IV bag and allowed it to free flow into Michael's body, thereby keeping him sleep until he returned. The coroner's report proved that Michael had so much propofol in his body that he was swimming in it. Alberto Alvarez confirmed that when he went to assist Murray, he saw a white milky substance in the IV bag.

According to Nicole Alvarez' testimony, Murray lives at her Santa Monica residence when he is in the Los Angeles area, and while working with Michael Jackson. Murray also used her address to ship the propofol from Vegas. My contention that Murray went to visit a call girl turns out to be his baby's mother. Santa Monica is not that far from the Carrolwood address and it is possible that Murray frequently visited her while leaving Michael unattended at the Carrolwood address.

The testimony from the paramedic proves that Michael Jackson was already dead. According to the paramedic, Michael's eyes were fully dialated, his eyes were dry, he was flatlined, had no pulse, and his hands and feet were already turning blue. The paramedic said on the stand that Michael was dead at least 20 minutes to 1 hour. However, at the scene (and off the record), he stated that Michael had been dead at least 4 hours.

The telephone records expert from AT&T provided a timeline on the phone calls and text messages that Murray made. Murray's phone activities started the morning of 6/25/09 at 6:29 a.m. with a text message being made from Murray to Texas and the next text message was made at 8:26 from Texas to Murray. His second cel phone logged calls being made beginning at 7:01 a.m. from Murray to Vegas; 8:49 a.m. from Vegas to Murray; and 10:22 from Texas to Murray. The expert that took the stand on Friday showed who the calls were made from and to. He made a call to his girlfriend in Vegas, and to patients in Texas. There were a series of calls made from 11:07 a.m. until the 12:12 call that was made to his Vegas girlfriend (who was on the line for only 5 minutes before dropping the phone and she was able to verify some sort of emergency taking place on the other end of the phone). ALSO KNOWN AS HIS ALIBI!

I contend that the series of calls was Murray staging his alibi. I believe that Michael was already dead when Murray returned to the residence. I believe that he attempted to revive Michael's life, but due to the time elapse, his efforts were futal. Beginning at 6:29 a.m. Murray began making phone calls to Texas. Its a known fact that Murray instructed his Texas staff to remove boxes from storage. He then made a series of calls to his patients to prove that nothing was wrong during those hours. Then he made a call to his girlfriend in Vegas (probably without her knowledge) to stage his alibi. He already knew that during this call he would drop the phone, create an emergency situation and establish that as the time Michael stopped breathing. This gave Murray an alibi and a witness.

BOMBSHELL! If you wonder why am I so sure about what I've stated above. I know for a fact that Michael was seeking to replace Conrad Murray from being his doctor. He specifically said "I need someone that will monitor me." I believe Michael knew Murray was leaving him unmonitored. I believe he was going back and forth to the Santa Monica residence and would return before morning. The morning of 6/25/09, when Murray returned to Michael's residence, he found Michael Jackson already dead. Everything else was a lie, staged events and alibis.

Nothing Murray has done, nor said thusfar has been the truth. If Conrad Murray's statement of facts were true, then why has he lied about everything else and continues to lie. You only have to lie when you are covering up the truth. If Michael stopped breathing during the timeline that he states, then couldn't a cardiovascular doctor revive him? He couldn't revive Michael because when he returned to the house, Michael was already dead.

Friday, January 7, 2011

I Regret to Inform You...

It is my regret to inform the entire Jackson fan community that I will no longer be inside the court room! As many of you know, my intentions since releasing Redemption was to bring the truth to the fans that want to hear it. I have supported Michael Jackson's innocence since 1993 and the Jackson family since 2003. When Michael settled the case and the information went nowhere, I decided in 1997 to write Redemption for the sole purpose of letting the fans and fanbase know the truth. I promote Redemption wherever the fans are because they tried to block the fans from getting Redemption when it first released. My quest now, in loving memory of Michael Jackson and for the sake of his children, is to protect Michael's legacy, and to make sure the world knows the truth through whatever forum necessary.

I respect concerns to have no one speak to the press without permission, but feel it is my duty as a citizen of the United States of America to exercise my freedom of speech in this case. I also respect concerns that public speaking might jeopardize the case, but the law is not based on public statements. It is based on facts, evidence and proof. Public statements sway public opinion. When you let a negative statement go unchallenged without a rebuttal, then the public believes the negative. (That is what happened in 2003 when Michael was going to trial and no one was rebutting the negative press. Everyone was shocked to learned that Michael was acquitted on all charges, when he was actually winning the case from the very first prosecution witness -- but no one was saying so).

Michael Jackson allowed me to speak publicly on his behalf in 2003/2004 because he knew that I had the ears and eyes of the fans and was fully persuaded that I believed in his innocence. Michael Jackson was the one that gave me permission to use his photo as a cover on Redemption without question and when I needed help promoting Redemption, while they were trying to block it, Michael sent word to me to seek the assistance of polititians and entertainers. Jesse Jackson was the first to break the news about Redemption to Chicago in 2003 when he flew me to do a press conference. Jermaine Jackson called me to do an interview with MSNBC's Dan Abrams. ABC, NBC, Fox News, Rita Crosby, Jeraldo, Scarsborough Country, Access Hollywood, 20/20, and even Bill O'Rielly had no problem with me supporting Michael's innocence publicly.

The Jackson Truth was designed to bring the truth because the press picks and chooses what it reports. We wanted a positive channel of getting the truth to the fanbase, using positive people, fans that wasn't caught up in back biting and hurting other fans and who would keep Michael Jackson's loving legacy alive.

As much as I respect these wishes, I cannot be silenced. I have invested too much of my life (since 1993) in getting the truth out about one of the most wonderful human beings that has ever lived, Michael Jackson. I feel that God has put me in place and no man can put me assunder. I don't have to be inside the court house to know what really happened. I already know what Conrad Murray did and its not involuntary manslaughter; its murder! I just want to make sure that the truth is told and true justice is served.

I wish we could all work together, because together we stand and divided we fall. There has definitely been a lot of division in Michael Jackson's fan base. When I look outside of the court house and see no fans, no supporters and that there is only a handfull of fans on the 9th floor fighting to get inside, it saddens my heart. True loving and supportive Michael Jackson fans have backed away because of the fueding amongst other fans. I never thought I would see the day when so-called MJ fans would fight and claw to keep other fans from supporting. I never though I would see the day when true supporters would be banned from the court house. That wasn't the case in 2003, but this is 2011 and Michael Jackson is no longer here.

I regret to inform you that the tide has changed. Can we all work together to protect Michael Jackson's loving legacy? God says in the Bible that, "you know my sheep by their love." Michael Jackson loved God and lived according to His principles. If you love Michael Jackson we should see God (not the devil) in you too!

Geraldine Hughes

Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Jackson Truth: Preliminary Hearing - Jan 5th, 2011

At today's hearing in the wrongful death of Michael Jackson, all of the Jackson female siblings were in court (Janet, LaToya, Rebbie), as well as Randy, Ms. & Mr. Jackson.

The first witness was Alberto Alvarez, which was the security that made the 911 call. Alberto was the first one to go upstairs to see what was going on after Conrad Murray first made the SOS call to Michael Amir. When he went upstairs he said Conrad Murray was outside in the hall, just entering the room at the same time he did. He said Conrad Murray first instructed him to take the viles of medicine from his hands and put into a bag. During this time, Murray was doing CPR on Michael with one hand, and was handing him the medicine with the other hand. He then instructed Alberto to put the medicine in a brown bag that was sitting on a chair. He then instructed Alberto to take down the IV bag. Alberto said there was a milky white substance that still remained in the bottom of the IV bag. Then, after putting away the medicines, Conrad Murray instructed Alberto to call 911. When he called 911, they instructed them to put Michael Jackson on the floor because he was on the bed. The defense tried to protray that Alberto failed to call 911 on his own at one point when he saw the children gathering at the door. He said that his main concern was to protect the children and as he was making that statement, he became choked up with tears.

The next witness was Michael Jackson's chef, Kai Chase. She was a beautiful, very confident witness. She was very professional and expressed that she had worked for Michael only a few months before he died. She never went upstairs in Michael's home because the kitchen was her office and place of business. She stated that her normal routine was to prepare breakfast for the kids, and Michael, around 8 to 8:30 a.m. She said she would prepare Michael's juice and that Conrad Murray would come down at 10:00 a.m. to bring it to Michael, however, on the morning of June 25th, Conrad Murray did not come and get Michael's juice. She also said that the night of the 24th, she left dinner in the frig for Michael and when she returned the next morning, the breakfast was still there. She stated that she first knew something was wrong when Murray came running down the stairs asking for Prince and security. She went to get Price, but did not go outside for security because she didn't want to leave the children unattended. She said that although she didn't know what was going on, she knew something bad was taking place and she, along with the housekeepers and children, began to pray. She said that Michael's house was always full of music, laughter, and a very happy place.

The final witness was the paramedic that first arrived on the scene. He identified himself as having 27 years of experience. He said that when he first arrived he asked Conrad Murray exactly what happened. Murray first said, "nothing." Then he said that Michael was suffering from dehydration. He then asked Murray what medications did he give Michael and Murray stated he only gave him Adavan to sleep. The paramedic asked him repeatedly if he gave him anything else, and Murray's answer was, "no." The paramedic said that it didn't add up and he felt the doctor wasn't telling him the complete story. When he walked in, Murray and Alberto were placing Michael on the floor. They then moved Michael to the foot of the bed on the floor so that they could have room to work on him. He stated that Michael was totally unresponsive, did not look good at all upon arrival, that his eyes and mouth were opened, no pulse, no heart beat, eyes were totally dialated and that his hands and feet were already turning blue from lack of oxengen and blood. He stated that his professional opinion was Michael was already dead upon arrival and had been dead for some time. The paramedic said he called UCLA to get instructions and they wanted him to pronounce him dead, however, Murray claimed to have felt a pulse. When he checked, he did not find the pulse claimed by Murray. Because Murray wanted to take Michael to the hospital anyway without pronouncing him dead, they told Murray he would assume responsibility for his care, therefore, he had to come to the hospital and ride in the ambulance. Just prior to leaving for the hospital, the paramedic returned to Michael's room to make sure that they didn't leave any medical equipment behind and found Murray in the room looking around and witnessed him taking the bag that Alberto put the medicines in.

The defense tried to paint the picture that it is normal for doctors to ask for help and that doctors are not use to trauma situations like paramedics. However, the defense fails to get the fact that although these scenarios are true in normal situations, in this case, Conrad Murray lied to the paramedics, failed to disclose that he gave Michael propofol and during the 911 call Alberto said Murray was doing CPR on the bed (which proves he didn't know what he was doing).

How does a heart doctor not know how to do CPR? He joked to Alberto while doing mouth to mouth that he normally don't do this, but will for Michael because he was his friend. It is suspect whether Conrad Murray is even a real doctor, let alone a heart doctor.

Today's hearing was extremely difficult for the Jackson family. Janet Jackson was noteably upset, Catherine Jackson was teary eyed and Joe Jackson was quite upset by the testimony. Upon leaving the court house, I asked Joe Jackson how he felt about the hearing and he said, "we demand a federal investigation."

The Jackson Truth
Geraldine Hughes, reporting

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

The Jackson Truth: Preliminary Hearing - Jan. 4th, 2011

The preliminary hearing began in the wrongful death of Michael Jackson with the attendance of Ms. Katherine Jackson, Jackie Jackson & LaToya Jackson. I was told that Joe Jackson got caught in the snow storm in Las Vegas and was unable to be there, but will be there later on this week.

Kenny Ortega was the first witness to take the stand and his information of interest was that he was concerned about Michael's health and sent him home because he wasn't feeling good. Ortega was told by Dr. Murray to not worry about Michael's health and was told that he was not a doctor and to leave that matter to his discretion.

Michael Amir Williams was Michael's security and friend. He painted a timeline to Michael's activities the day before he died. He expressed that they went to the Staples center at approx. 7pm and returned to the Carrolwood house at approx. 12:30 to 1:00 a.m. He said that after making sure everything was all right, he left and went home and that Conrad Murray was there. He received a call from Conrad Murray that morning at approx. 12:13 p.m. expressing that something was terribly wrong concerning Michael Jackson. Amir called another security that was on the premises, Faheen Muhammad and instructed him to go through the front door of the house to find out what was going on. Faheen went upstairs and discovered a frantic, sweating Conrad Murray trying to do CPR on Michael. Faheen stated that when he saw Michael his eyes and mouth were opened and that there was no movement from Michael Jackson.

When Faheen took the stand he identified himself as being a good friend of Michael Amir who was hired by Michael as the head security. Faheen was the driver that drove Michael to the Staples Center the night before he died. He returned Michael to Carrolwood between 12:30 and 1:00 a.m. and after debriefing with other security, he left. The defense tried to make it appear as though he didn't know all his facts and even asked him "if he knew what mouth-to-mouth recucsitation was." Faheen was very confident even through the defenses condenscending questions.

Day one was very trying for the family, as well as Michael Jackson supporters that were in the court room. The most disturbing discovery was when Conrad Murray asked if "anyone knew CPR." As soon as that information was disclosed, the entire court room came to a complete holt! Everyone was in dismay, including the judge.

After leaving the court house, I asked La Toya how she felt about the proceedings and she stated, "I just want justice." I also asked Ms. Katherine Jackson how she felt about the doctor not knowing CPR, and Ms. Jackson stated "it was ludicrous!"

The next court hearing is Wednesday, January 5, 2011 beginning at 9:30 a.m.
(See a clip of Geraldine Hughes reporting)

Geraldine Hughes
The Jackson Truth