Michael Defended By His Brother Marlon Jackson

Marlon Jackson was on the CBS Early Show and said he has not talked to his brother since the documentary with Martin Bashir aired, but that his own wife has told him that Michael had mentioned to her “that he offered his bed to them and he slept on the floor and things of that nature.” Marlon said, “I don’t see anything wrong with that. The thing is that, I think the media is taking things and twisting them around. To me, I think it’s a modern-day lynching.” Read more.

Expert Says Jacko Documentary Raises Questions

February 11, 2003 – Wendy Murphy, a visiting scholar at Harvard University who specializes in children and family law, told ABC’s Good Morning America that Michael Jackson’s parenting habits, and other revelations in the documentary documentary with Martin Bashir raise serious concerns. “He lives in an environment that he thinks it’s acceptable to lift his child over a balcony and risk his life to please his fans,” Murphy said. “That’s an adult parent who doesn’t have an idea of safety or boundaries of what’s acceptable for children.”

L.A. Youth Group To Hold Vigil For

February 11, 2003 – Reuters reports members of Right Way Youth Activities Inc., a Los Angeles youth group, fear that Michael will kill himself over a British television documentary about his bizarre lifestyle and plan to hold a prayer vigil for him in Hollywood on today. “We are convinced that he is on the verge of suicide right now,” said Alex Poe, the group’s director. “After watching this documentary and looking at the situation … the kids themselves encouraged me. They said: ‘Mr. Poe, the only thing we can do is pray.'”

Kids Spotted Jumping Up And Down At Neverland

February 11, 2003 – Craig Kilborn joked during his Late Late Show monologue on Friday about Michael Jackson. Craig said, “The weather has been great here. It’s not so good back east, but out here it’s been great. Today it was so nice up at the Neverland Ranch the kids could be seen jumping up and down in a pile of hush money.”

Jacko Is Like Bill Clinton

February 11, 2003 – David Letterman joked during his Late Show monologue on Friday, “Did you all see the documentary on ’20/20′ last night? Is it just me or did Michael seem a little off? In the interview Michael Jackson claimed he has only had two nose jobs. Only two! Now come on! That’s like Bill Clinton saying he’s only had two … oh well, you know.”

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