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AEG Responds to Katherine Jackson’s Appeal, She’s ‘Making a Mockery of the Legal System’

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By Daphne R

Katherine Jackson has decided to file an appeal to the $40 billion AEG wrongful death case and the company has sounded off about it saying Ms. Jackson is wasting her time and making a mockery of the legal system. The jurors reached a verdict that found Dr. Conrad Murray was competent when he was hired by AEG and that there was no reason for concert promoter AEG, promoter of Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” concerts, to think he would start using surgery-style anesthesiology in his treatment of the superstar. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and spent less than 2 years of a 4 year sentence.

Ms. Katherine believes that AEG should be liable for Dr. Murray’s negligence and recklessness during the months leading up to Michael Jackson’s death. She believes it was their responsibility to stop him from using his irresponsible treatment methods.

AEG feels that Ms. Katherine is grasping for straws and her appeal is a last ditch attempt from a desperate woman.

A family insider told Radar Online that siblings Randy and Jermaine, who were not included in Michael Jackson’s will, have been urging their mother to not give up the fight for a guilty verdict in hopes of getting their hands on some of the money. The insider says both Randy and Jermaine were shell-shocked by the outcome of the trial and that Randy especially believes there were a number of errors made by the judge in the case.

Ms. Jackson filed her appeal documents in a California court on November 12, 2013. Her lawyer says, ‘She isn’t throwing in the towel. We can’t give up until we gather all the information.’

The case is due in a court of appeals on January 3rd. While both sides have their own idea of who’s responsible, it will ultimately be up to a judge to decide.

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Daphne R is an experienced marketing and communications professional that provides social commentary, self-help, tips, and reports news of events that matter to African Americans.

 

133 Comments

  1. Rev. George Brooks

    December 27, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    Why didn’t Katherine and Joe Jackson, and those siblings of Michael, do something about Michael being on drugs, when they all certainly knew it? And why are they ONLY focusing on Dr. Conrad Murray, and not at all on all of the Jews that were in complete control of Michael, including whomever was supplying the drugs LONG before Murray even showed up, and suffered the full blame. Are they afraid to put any of the blame squarely on the Jews and other whites in Michael’s life, including the Beverly Hills Jew doctor, who some even say is the biological father of Michael’s kids. All these family “leeches” are concerned about is getting more money in their pockets, while claiming it will be for “the kids.” (ha ha ha) And since they did not do anything about the problem, when he truly needed their support, I hope they don’t get another dollar of dime. And I hope that Dr. Murray names some of the suppliers that kept supplying Michael with drugs, before Doc even came on the scene. — Rev. George Brooks

    • altha

      December 27, 2013 at 9:12 pm

      Rev. George Brooks, You are the only person that have made sense on your comment about the Jackson family. I know Katherine is still hurting Michael was her baby but to blame everybody but her son (Michael) and themselves is down right wrong.

    • Zia

      December 28, 2013 at 1:56 am

      Dig that

  2. Jacqueline

    December 27, 2013 at 8:15 pm

    This is another sad case. Where the person died before their time. We’ll never truly know what happen and who was responsible because Michael hired him. Now if AEG was aware the Michael was getting that sleeping drug we’ll never know. but I bet you any money they knew he was an addict!!!! And they found a doctor who would give him what he wanted. Dr. Murray knew better!!!! But he got blinded by all that money he was getting. But he’s really just a fall guy. There’s an unseen hand in all of this. Because the money he was getting I wouldn’t left Michael side for a second alone but he did. Maybe he was instructed to do so. But like I said we’ll never know. My prayers go out to Mrs. Jackson and her family.

  3. Devon

    December 27, 2013 at 9:46 pm

    There is nothing the family could have done for Michael, he was a straight up addict. We already know addicts cant be helped until they really WANT help. Loved his music but he was damaged long before This Is It. Dont believe it? Look no further than his paying plastic surgeons big money to mutilate his face. RIP Mike

  4. Helen C. Hafen

    January 1, 2014 at 5:03 am

    The truth of the wrongful death trial for Michael Jackson- AEG live is still liable for negligence.

    The claim filed by Brian Panish against AEG live is for the wrongful death of Michael Jackson and the negligence in the hiring of Conrad Murray.

    The Jury made two decisions of the case. The first one that AEG live hired Conrad Murray, and the second one that AEG live was not negligent in the hiring of Conrad Murray because the jury felt Conrad Murray was competant and fit as Michael Jackson’s treating physician.

    The jury did not make a decision on AEG live’s liability for their employee Conrad Murray’s negligence and malpractice while treating Michael Jackson with a prolonged use and overdose of Propofol that caused Michael Jackson’s death. There is res judicata in this liability because of the criminal charges brought against Conrad Murray.

    An appeal can be made stating that the claim for wrongful death was not satisfied by the jury. Brian Panish can also request judicial review as to why that claim was not presented to the jury to decide upon.

    In addition Brian Panish can request a re-opening of the lawsuit and make an amendment to the complaint adding AEG live’s liability for Conrad Murray’s actions while employed by them.

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