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Michael Jackson Justice: April 6, 2010 - An Attempt to Blame the Victim

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The Conspiracy against God is about "The Word", and the profaning of His Holy Name within us. Adam fell in the garden, breaking the direct connection to God. Jesus, the "last Adam" was a quickening Spirit, the Word made Flesh, and the only one with whom we can re-establish our relationship with God. Michael's story is still unfolding. He is the one who is, is not. But Jesus is the only name given under heaven by which we must be saved. Many are trying to rewrite HIStory. We were given a help to instruct us. Learn more "here".

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

April 6, 2010 - An Attempt to Blame the Victim

After Murray's preliminary trial yesterday that wasn't, news also leaked out that the defense plans to try to convince jurors, the media and the world that Michael administered his own anesthesia. What is even sadder, if it weren't so ridiculous, is that people that do not know what is going on will probably believe this.

The autopsy report would be the best argument against this defense. Michael had multiple I.V. catheters still in his body when the coroner did his examination, most in places that Michael could not have physically done this, even if he did know how.

Another scenario they may attempt to try to prove is that Murray had already set up the I.V. catheters (multiple?) and Murray administered the 25 mg's then left the room to use the restroom, leaving Michael alone to inject his own I.V. with the remainder of the propofol in the bottle.

The problem with this arguement is that Murray said he was only out of the room for two to three minutes to use the restroom. The report says that Murray said he came back into the room and found Michael's eyes open, pupils dialated and he was not breathing. Two minutes is not enough time to leave someone in that condition, especially with a remaining 75 mgs of propfol in this bottle. Michael would have had to have been given much more.

There were multiple bottles of the propofol found in that bedroom. One of the bodyguards present told detectives that Murray ordered him to gather these bottles up and hide them in his bag which was then put in the closet. Michael would have had to have gotten up out of bed with multiple I.V.'s in his system, groggy from the other medications Murray said he administered, walked around dragging an I.V. to get more propofol, and been steady enough to get the syringe filled and injected into the I.V.

All this plus have time to die before Murray walked back into the room, and we're supposed to buy this. (Well, not us, but maybe the gullible public).

If this is actually the defense that Murray and his lawyers are using, I think Murray needs to get a new lawyer. Remember that this is a report that was leaked into the media. Before anyone gets upset about this, the ridiculousness of the claim may very well mean it is a story, and nothing else. You can read about this report on Fox News.

Murray plead not guilty to the charges of "involuntary manslaughter". The judge assigned the case to a new judge and the preliminary trial was set for June 14, 2010 at 12:30pm.

Reports of the defense not getting copies of evidence to be submitted from the prosecution has been met with replies that the prosecution is actually still looking through evidence. The prosecuting attorney said he has been giving the defense the evidence as they go through it one to two thousand pages at a time. That report is here.

The most upsetting about this particular court proceeding is the toll you can see it taking on Mrs. Katherine Jackson. Miss Katherine, who is closing on 80 years of age, spent most of her time during the court proceeding, crying. Regardless of whether Murray beats these charges or not, the ones who will be paying are Michael's family and his children. I am requesting prayers for them at this time. This is going to be a long haul and they are going to need all the prayer support they can get.

Tonight there will be a Ustream Event with Eddie Jones, Geraldine Hughes and Hulya Julie Tipi to cover the court proceeding from yesterday and outline plans for what they will be doing for Michael's case. You can view that here tonight at 6pm PST, 9pm EST. Check this link for your time zones to log in and listen.

It is common knowledge with anyone studying cases of abuse, that the abuser attempts to deflect blame to the victim for the actions of that abuser. We have a sociopathic media in this country.

We cannot continue to follow this path of allowing public opinion to take the place of evidence and justice. This is a battle that is now way beyond Michael. This is a moral battle of right and wrong. What is happening is a sign of the times and Michael was aware of it long before he died. In 2005, Michael told a group of people that gathered at his home just before his 2009 trial:

"This was written for me in the books. I have proven my part. Now God will be their judge"

What he lived with, should be a lesson to all of us how not to treat people:

"You can see it in their eyes. You're being judged. People are looking through you -- not even at you, but through you. They're thinking about all that crap. It's so far from the truth. That hurts." -Michael Jackson

Michael said on his interview with Jesse Jackson:

"I gain strength from God. I believe in Jehovah, God, very much. And I gain strength from the fact that I know that I am innocent. None of these stories are true. They are totally fabricated. It's very sad and it's very, very painful. I pray a lot and that's how I deal with it. I'm a strong person. I'm a warrior, and I know what is inside of me. I'm a fighter, but it's very painful and at the end of the day, I'm still human, you know? I'm still a human being, so it does hurt very, very, very much."

"When I see children, I see the face of God. That's why I love them so much. That's what I see." - Michael Jackson

God did not put us here for any other purpose then to reflect and project his love to those that don't know him. God created us for his purpose. God wants to be loved. We gather in his name to edify and encourage each other in times of trial.

When I look at Michael, I see someone who emptied himself of love and caring that he tried to give to so many people, only to have it turned around on him and used against him.

Now they want to exploit the very rumors they created to deny him justice on the people who killed him. I don't think God wants us to sit back and watch it happen again. I don't believe that Michael's death affected so many people because he was a pop star. There are many of those to mourn, if that were the case.

From a personal standpoint, I believe Michael's death affected me so much because everything that happened to him in his life just showcases how self serving and apathetic we have all become when it comes to standing up for others or even just helping those who are down. We will watch someone else get taken down, knowing what is being done to them is wrong, because it's dangerous to go against society, public opinion . . . the crowd.

The media is doing this to us on a daily basis. Politically, morally, educationally, spiritually, the media suggests, injects, controls and forms our views. You fall in line or you get trampled.

Comparing Michael Jackson to what happened to Christ is the closest I can come to an example of what happened to Michael. Those that love God and can't be persuaded to denounce him, seem to be the ones most persecuted.

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This is why I do this. This is why I spend any time on this at all. It's not just Michael and his problems. This was something he was already fighting for, for us,in his music, his poetry, his charity and the injustice in the world. But most of all Michael wanted us to love each other. He did not understand hate. He did not understand material things being placed above human beings.

Michael is just a very prominent example of what is being done to all of us. We are all victims of the media. We are all led to believe that for some reason, the only blessings God has to hand out have a dollar attached to them. Wealth and power and influence determine a person's standing in righteousness . . . since when?

We are all being judged. I can't think of any better way to reveal this than to defend and stand by someone who never, ever deserved the pain that he got. Why Michael? Because he believed in standing by and defending others that never, ever deserved the pain that they got, including Jesus.

There is much that people don't know about Michael. Yet they still make their judgments. It's wrong. Those people making their judgments about Michael or anyone for that matter, should learn to talk WITH them and not ABOUT them. The truth is closest to the source of the information. Try it sometime.


  1. Well said! God bless you...God bless us all.


  2. Don't overthink it you will cause yourself too much stress. Pray and leave it in God's hands. They have no hope for a defense. Our side has an attorney who will be bringing up those kinds of questions and planting those seeds in the jury's minds. Think positive thoughts. Not arrogant ones, but positive, grateful, and loving thoughts. We will get through this and Heaven will cheer. LOVE YOU!! (((HUGS))) ♥


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