Michael Jackson's Enemies Are LITERALLY One Big Happy Family: By sanemjfan-Pt 1

Michael And Gavin Arvizo...Happier Times Before Things Got Ugly


Prologue By Raven:

With permission, I am reprinting a recent, bombshell article published by sanemjfan on the website Vindicating Michael; an article that exposes the complex, inter-relationships between the very people who conspired to bring Michael Jackson down. I think there are many who still, perhaps, don’t realize just how disgustingly entwined these relationships are.

Why is this a good time to address this topic? Well, since lack of remorse became a central focus in Conrad Murray’s harsh sentencing, this is a good time to remember that Murray isn’t the only sociopath out there with a complete lack of remorse for his actions in destroying a man’s life. Now that Conrad Murray has received his justice for taking Michael’s life, it’s time to turn attention back to those who destroyed his life in the first place-and who, like Murray, remain as unrepentent as ever.

In the immediate, emotional aftermath of Michael’s death, many hoped that Jordan Chandler and/or Gavin Arvizo would do the right thing, step forward and do what they couldn’t do in Michael’s lifetime-be men. That is, be men enough to tell the world the truth about their respective relationships with Michael Jackson.

On July 4th, 2009, a heartfelt open letter to the Arvizos by Chris Tucker’s girlfriend Azja Pryor was seen around the world:

Dear Gavin, Star, Davellin, and Janet:

After Michael?s tragic death last week, I have to say that all the negative feelings I?ve had towards your family following the outrageous claims made by you Gavin and your mother Janet–against Michael–came back to me tenfold. The pain, disappointment, anger, and betrayal I feel towards you simply cannot be put into words. You have shown me that your greed, lies, and personal gain override any “morals” your family claims to have; and you have proven yourselves to be the kind of people capable of turning your back on the very person who came to your rescue when you were most desperate.

The fact that you falsely accused Michael of the most heinous of acts, and made his life a living hell in what would become his last years is unthinkable; and I am sure some would say, unforgivable. In your attempts to destroy him once again, you, Gavin, accused the man you called your “best friend” of the one thing that you (and everyone else) knew would completely turn his life inside out. You took the one thing we all know that Michael cared about most in life–children, especially children who are suffering, and you tried to turn it into a bad thing. You Janet, as a parent, allowed this, encouraged this, and went forward with the awful lies in an attempt to destroy Michael Jackson and swindle money from him.

Shame on you!

This man did nothing but help your family in their darkest hour. I know Michael was just like my family. We were all pulled into your woeful stories and shared your family?s plight as Gavin fought for his life during his battle with cancer. Gavin, you told me that Michael?s love helped cure you of cancer. Your entire family praised Michael privately to everyone who would listen, yet turned against him so viciously in public. I have remained silent for many years, but I can no longer do so. Right now I struggle to find the words to adequately write this letter, as I am so filled with anger towards you and pain for the Jackson family.

You call yourself Christians. If this is true I call on you, Gavin, and your mother Janet to finally do the right thing for Michael in death that you never did during his days here on earth. You need to completely exonerate Michael?s name and legacy from the awful, disgusting claims you made against him. Claims and allegations that you and I both know are completely false and utterly ridiculous. Whatever your motives at the time to create such accusations are now minute and unimportant.

It is much bigger than you.

We are speaking on this man?s legacy; a man who positively touched lives around the world. A man who is arguably the greatest entertainer the world will ever know. Michael is someone who shared in your family?s pain; opened his home to you and included you in his very own family. He was a human being who never deserved any of this.

Gavin and Janet, you can change your identity and try to hide from the public scrutiny, but ultimately, you cannot hide from the wrath of God?s judgment. This is the right thing to do. It is the very least you can do for Michael, his children, and his legacy. Gavin you are now 19 years old, no longer an impressionable young boy under you mother?s guidance, nor are you a pawn in this grand scheme to assassinate Michael?s character. I know your heart, and I know that you are capable of doing what is right. Clear Michael?s name of your ugly accusationsonce and for all. You owe it to him. You owe it to his family. And you owe it to God. Let?s finally give Michael the ability to completely rest in peace.

Azja Pryor
July 4, 2009

But what was the unofficial response from the Arvizo camp? I’m going to highlight something here from sanemjfan’s article, and please forgive me, sanemjfan,  for taking this excerpt out of the context of the article for a moment, but I think it bears highlighting:

On July 10th, 2009-just days after Azja Pryor’s letter went viral and at the height of the time when the world was reeling and grieving from the loss of Michael Jackson-Star Arvizo posted this comment from a now defunct Facebook account:

It is worth remembering that when Star Arvizo wrote these words, he was talking about the man who saved his brother’s life! Gavin Arvizo, to his credit (and especially given the circumstances under which he grew up) has gone on to do some pretty amazing things with his life. He currently attends The University of Georgia after graduating with honors from Georgia Military School; he has consistently made the Dean’s and President’s lists. I think it is admirable that this young man has managed to overcome so much hardship in his life-including cancer and surviving all of his mother Janet’s schemes, and  being thrust into the kind of media scrutiny that no kid should have to endure, mostly thanks to the scheming adults around him (for at all of 13, I still think he was mostly a pawn to the adults around him)-to have gone on and accomplished so much.

In the article, you will see that Gavin Arvizo’s current accomplishments have received nothing but praise from prosecution attorney Ron Zonen, whose own relationship with the Arvizos long ago crossed the professional line into personal friendship. But we should not forget, while heaping praise on Gavin for his accomplishments, that none of this would have been possible for him without the man who literally saved his young life when it was in danger-Michael Jackson. Gavin Arvizo wouldn’t be on the Dean’s list today had his cancer been allowed to run its course! Yet that’s exactly what would have happened had Michael not stepped in to pay for the expensive treatments he needed. What’s more, Michael didn’t just shell out some money, which would have been the easy thing for him to do-and what most celebrities would have done (if they helped at all!). No, he also opened his home to this family when they had no place else to go.

For all his trouble, generosity, and kindness he got…well, we know what in return.

Michael, Always Generous To A Fault When It Came To Helping Children, Had Done His Duty and Above By The Arvizo Family. He Had "No Interest In Being That Family's Sugar Daddy"-Aphrodite Jones

In the last paragraph of Azja Pryor’s letter, she says to Gavin, “I know your heart.” This is coming from someone who was personally acquainted with Gavin, and I think is a very telling statement. Of course, we do have conflicting reports of Gavin Arvizo’s true character, with many witnesses during the trial testifying under oath that this young man was not quite the angel he appeared to be. In Aphrodite Jones’s book “Conspiracy” and Larry Nimmer’s “The Untold Story of Neverland” there also emerged a portrait of a kid who displayed aggressive, behavioral problems with adults, who willfully damaged property at Neverland, engaged in theft, and overall acted, as did his entire family, with a sense of entitlement to everything in Michael Jackson’s home. When Michael bought them a new car-because they didn’t even have transportation to get Gavin back and forth to the hospital-it was said that Janet Arvizo dogged the car into the ground, never had an oil change done, and then when the car finally gave out, had the nerve to complain-to COMPLAIN-that Michael Jackson bought them a worthless vehicle.

These stories, which we have to keep in mind all come from the defense side, may or may not tell the whole picture. But taken with everything that is known about the Arvizos as a whole, it does paint a rather chilling picture of a grifter family who took full advantage of someone and then, when there was no more to be bled of him via that route, sought to destroy him out of some twisted sense of vengeance.

When Gavin broke up with his longtime girlfriend last year, it was widely reported that the young lady had posted on her Facebook page that Gavin had confessed to her that Michael never touched him. But short of an actual, official confession from Gavin himself, such a statement has to be taken for what it’s worth. However, I do believe that in his heart, Gavin knows the truth.

But knowing it and confessing it publicly are two different things. If this was indeed a young man with a good heart-who deep down knows right from wrong, and knows what truth is-what happened to harden that vulnerable  heart into such a stone?

Part of that answer may come from my own interview with Aphrodite Jones last year. When we talked about the relationship between Michael Jackson and Gavin Arvizo, she said (and remember that her words are based on her own assiduous research into the case) that Michael had begun to distance himself from Gavin, both physically (as in being around less) and emotionally (being less involved with his life on a one-on-one basis). The unfortunate necessity was that Michael had come to realize he had to do this for his own protection-and sanity! He was starting to smell a rat. “Michael didn’t have any interest in being that family’s sugar daddy,” Aphrodite Jones said. This led to an alleged incident in which Gavin supposedly ran into Michael one day on the Neverland property, at a time when Gavin had been led to believe that Michael was out of town! Was Michael purposely evading Gavin and his family at that point? It’s very probable, not to mention very understandable if he was!

But one can only imagine the impact this could have had emotionally on a 13-year-old child who, up until then, had idolized this man and looked to him as both a hero and father figure.

Then, add to this the influence and brainwashing of all the adults who, in this interim, came rushing in to fill that void-Tom Sneddon, Ron Zonen, Louise Palanker, Diane Dimond, etc. This is where we come to sanemjfan’s article, because once we start to understand just how closely connected this web of MJ hatred actually is-and how interrelated it is-we can start to understand how it was very possible for a vulnerable 13-year-old boy to fall under their influence.

Gavin may have been telling the truth when he admitted to his girlfreind that it was all a lie. But thanks to the brainwashing tactics of his newfound “family” I believe to this day Gavin and Star are firmly convinced that they did the right thing in testifying against a man who-even though he may never have touched them-was nevertheless guilty of other cases of abuse, and continued to pose a threat and a danger to other children.

But let’s remember what the Arvizo children said themselves about their relationship with Michael Jackson, before falling under the influence of their “adopted” family:


Now notice that in Star’s 2009 Facebook response quoted earlier, he never once alludes to any actual abuse of himself or to his brother, but only states very ambiguously that fans prefer to believe in a man who “snorts coke and manipulates young boys.” Does this not sound suspiciously more like a tabloid headline than the words of someone who was actually there? Well, I’m sure that after over eight years of having this sort of pestilence poured into his ear by his extended “family” Star has probably convinced himself it is the honest truth.

So let’s have a look at just how complex this familial web of hatred has become:

Michael Jackson’s Enemies Are LITERALLY One Big Happy Family!

Originally posted by sanemjfan on Vindicating Michael, November 9th, 2011

I was working on this post tonight, and as I was doing my research, I stumbled upon some BOMBSHELL information that required me to move up the date of publication from this weekend to RIGHT NOW!!! You’ll know it when you see it, and I’m sure you guys will understand why I had to do it! (Also, please take note of my new username, “sanemjfan”.)

In September 2011, former assistant District Attorney (and Sneddon’s lieutenant during the 2005 trial) Ron Zonen married his longtime girlfriend (and prosecution witness) Louise Palanker. She describes herself as a “writer/producer/author/comedian/filmmaker/performer/teacher/philanthropist and enthusiastic typer of ////s”.  I don’t know about her other descriptions, but she certainly is a good comedian! Her testimony during the trial is absolute proof of that! She actually helped the defense by proving that the Arvizos were a bunch of celebrity grifters! Here is a summary from Day 17 of the trial:

Day 17, which Judge Melville announced would only be a half day, featured the testimony of a comedian who gave $20,000 to the family of the boy now accusing Michael Jackson of molestation. She testified Tuesday that she received a tearful phone call from the boy’s mother that led her to believe the family was being held against its will.

Comedian Louise Palanker said she tried to get in touch with the mother after seeing the TV documentary “Living With Michael Mr. Jackson” in which Mr. Jackson and his accuser held hands and Mr. Jackson acknowledged letting children sleep in his bed.

Palanker was called by the prosecution in an effort to support the charge that Mr. Jackson conspired to hold the family captive after the documentary aired on Feb. 6, 2003, in order to get them to make a rebuttal video praising Mr. Jackson.

On the witness stand, Palanker said soon after she left a message with the boy’s grandparents, the mother called her and sounded frightened.

“She was extremely agitated and she was almost whispering. … This was fear-based agitation,” Palanker said.

The mother told her not to call her back at the same number, the witness said. Palanker quoted the mother as saying: “Don’t call me back here. They’re listening to everything I say. These people are evil.”

Palanker said that she believed the boy’s mother suffered from a “hostage syndrome” that made her feel trapped. She did not say where the mother was at the time of the call. The comedian said she called her attorney after the call. She did not call the police.

The defense contends the boy’s mother exploited relationships with Palanker and other celebrities to get money. With Palanker’s testimony, the prosecution sought to show it was the now-estranged father who did that.

Louise Palanker said she believed the woman had felt like a hostage since she became married at age 16 to a man who allegedly abused her. The comedian told jurors how the accuser’s family, who claimed to be poverty-stricken, joined classes in 1999 at the Laugh Factory comedy club in Hollywood and received help from comics including George Lopez and Chris Tucker.

Palanker said she once gave the family $10,000 so they could take time off work and cover personal expenses while the boy was being treated for cancer in 2000.

“I was in a position where I could help this family and I didn’t want someone to ever be alone in a hospital,” she said.

But within two weeks of the first gift, she said, the father asked her for another $10,000 to fix up a germ-free room for the boy when he came home. She obliged and later visited the room, where she found the family had bought a large-screen TV and DVD for the boy, expenditures she considered to be poor money management.

She said the contractor sent to fix up the room was never paid, and eventually decided to consider his work a gift to the boy.

Palanker said she and Jamie Masada, owner of the Laugh Factory, organized two benefits for the family at the father’s urging but by the time of the second benefit Lopez refused to perform because the father and boy had accused Lopez and his wife of stealing $300 from the boy’s wallet.

“They were irate,” Palanker said of the Lopezes. “They thought (the father) was lying.”

When Lopez refused to perform at the final benefit, she said, the father picked up a pile of cash that had been raised. “He threw it at Jamie and said, ‘I don’t want your money,’” Palanker said, adding that the father eventually took it.

After that benefit, she said, her contact with the family “became less and less” until the call from the mother.

Mr. Jackson’s attorney questioned Palanker about the family’s interest in meeting celebrities.

“Did you say at any time that they were trying to latch on to celebrities to get out of their situation?” Mr. Mesereau asked.

Latch on to anyone that could help them,” said Palanker.

Palanker acknowledged the family “liked to make phone calls” to celebrities – including Jay Leno, who contacted Palanker. “He told me they had left three messages on his voice mail,” she said, acknowledging that Jay Leno did ask her to tell the family to stop calling him.

On top of that, after her abysmal testimony, she had the temerity to accuse Mesereau of “twisting her words around” and making the current case “like the O.J. Simpson and Robert Blake” cases! She told Jamie Masada her thoughts on Mesereau after her testimony, and before his. Here is a summary from MJEOL:

Louise Palanker seems to have a problem with Tom Mesereau. Palanker was called out repeatedly about the prior insulting and inconsistent statements she made about the family. Apparently, through the testimony of Jamie Masada, the owner of the Laugh Factory –who claims to have “introduced” the accuser to Jackson — Palanker had the gall to claim Mesereau was making this “case” into another OJ Simpson or Robert Blake.

No, I’m not kidding.

Masada admitted to talking to Palanker about her testimony on the stand after she testified and before his testimony on March 29 2005. Palanker seems to have a problem with being caught either lying on the stand or lying to police during an interview she didn’t know was being taped by the police. An Associated Press (AP) report by Linda Deutsch titled “Witness Lashes Out at Jackson’s Attorney” dated March 29 2005 details Masada’s testimony about the apparently unfunny Palanker:

The tone changed when Masada, who owns the Laugh Factory club in Hollywood, was asked by Mesereau about comedian Louise Palanker, who testified last week. “She wants to be a comic,” he said. “We help them. Sometimes you have to give them bad news.” “You’ve told her she’s not funny?” asked Mesereau. “Let me tell you,” Masada said. “I find you more funny than she is.” Masada said Palanker had been in touch with him since she testified and that she once referred to O.J. Simpson’s acquittal in the 1994 killings of his ex-wife and her friend and Blake’s recent acquittal in the 2003 slaying of his wife. “She said that you have made this court like O.J.’s court or Robert Blake’s court, and you lied and changed the words around,” Masada said.

Mesereau asked the alleged “comedian” about her transcribed and recorded statements to the police. We’re still in the process of going through Palanker’s cross-examination via the transcripts and she came up with some doozies. She was caught on tape by police — again, she didn’t know the police were taping that interview — insulting the mother and the family; calling the mother bipolar, saying the family is “as wacky as they wanna be” and she even called Masada a “pathological liar“.

Now THAT’S comedy!

The fact that Zonen married Palanker (which in and of itself is utterly disgusting) isn’t even the biggest aspect of this post; it’s the fact that both Gavin and Star Arvizo were at the wedding! And Palanker literally thumbed her nose at the fan community by publishing the photos of them on her public Facebook page! And on top of that, she originally tagged them to their OFFICIAL personal Facebook pages as well!

And if that wasn’t enough, Diane Dimond was there too! It’s truly amazing how everyone involved with the allegations is linked to each other, as shown by this flowchart from The VERITAS Project.

I don’t believe it was an accident; Palanker knew exactly what she was doing, and she quickly removed the photos after they received numerous angry messages from fans. I personally believed that she wanted to pour salt in the wounds of grieving fans during the trial by reminding us of the REAL people who are responsible for killing Michael: Gavin and Star Arvizo! Their lies set the wheels in motion of what would be the destruction of Michael Jackson! The joy she felt from upsetting so many fans far outweighed the privacy of the Arvizos!

I would have posted the photos here when they first hit the internet, but I decided to wait until after the trial is over.

According to Gavin’s profile, he attends Emory University, located in Georgia, which is where the family moved after the trial.  Star graduated from Georgia Military College with an associate’s degree in Business Administration, and is now attending Georgia State UniversityIronically, Star lists God as one of the people who “inspires” him! 

Gavin also graduated from Georgia Military College. Here is the Summer 2009 Dean’s List; Gavin was on the President’s List for having a GPA of at least 3.7. Here is an official newsletter from Summer 2009, and Gavin is listed on Page 3. 

I did some research, and found some startling information! It seems that Zonen was correct, and Gavin really is trying to become a lawyer! He recently participated in Emory University’s Mock Trial program! Here is the proof (this is the bombshell info that I found tonight!):

Here is the official Facebook page of the group:

Here is how I found out he was involved: I did a Google search of “Emory University Gavin Arvizo”, and I stumbled upon the comment from Brandon Bullard, who gave well wishes to Gavin, who was preparing to take the Law School Admission Test. The team also wished Gavin a happy birthday on September 13th! How nice of them!


Brand Bullard is one of the coaches of Emory’s undergraduate mock trial team. Here is his bio from the Emory Mock Trial team’s website:

Brandon Bullard has coached Emory University’s undergraduate mock trial teams since January 2010. A graduate of Emory University School of Law, Brandon works as an Assistant Public Defender for the Paulding Judicial Circuit in Dallas, Georgia. He has been the appellate specialist there since 2008—representing indigent criminal defendants before the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals of Georgia. Before that, Brandon served as a trial and appellate attorney for the Macon Judicial Circuit Public Defender’s Office in Macon, Georgia.

Currently Brandon lives in Marietta, where he reads avidly, writes, and pursues an interest in zymurgy.

Here is Zonen’s description of Gavin from last year’s “Frozen In Time” seminar:

Where is he today?  He’s twenty years old.  He’s a 3rd year student at a very prominent university on the east coast.  I’m not going to mention the name of the school, but anyone who would like to know come see me, I’ll tell you. He’s an Honor student who has a 3.5 GPA, and a double major in Philosophy and History, and he’s planning on going to Law School! Some of you will agree with that, and some of you won’t.  He’s a deeply religious young man, in a relationship with a young woman, for about 2 years, the daughter of a minister.  He attends church on a regular basis.  He doesn’t drink, doesn’t do drugs.  He’s delightful in his presentation.  I spent time with him only a month ago. And he’s really doing remarkable well.  He has never asked for or taken a penny from anybody about any of the activity of this case.  Never. There are standing offers from the press for his story for enough money that would cover his tuition, which is considerable, never mind that he’s on a 50% scholarship. But he has never taken a penny from anybody, and no intention of doing so. He’s accruing debt like college kids do today, but he’s doing just fine.  I assume that we’ll have more questions coming up about jury selection, and the trial, and I’ll be happy to answer them at that time.

I think it’s highly probably that as soon as Gavin earns his law degree (assuming he’s accepted to law school), he will surely have doors opened for him, as Zonen and Sneddon will give him excellent “character” references! Being the lying snake that he is, Gavin is more than qualified for a career in the legal field! Here are some photos of Gavin with his classmates at Emory:

Gavin is on the right. Looks like he’s gained some weight, huh?
Gavin is on the right, clean shaven in this photo.
Once again, Gavin is on the right.

I will respectfully ask that you not try to send any threatening or harassing messages to any of them, as it is futile to think that you’ll get a confession out of them, or make them feel remorse.  If you can’t resist the urge to reach out to them, please be respectful (as hard as it may be), because if you harass or threaten them, they may report you to Facebook, and your account could possibly be taken down.  I am sending this message out so that MJ fans can keep abreast of what these losers are up to, but not to harass them, because it’s pointless.  

If MJ could move on and not have malice in his heart towards them, then so can we.

(Update: Both Gavin and Star have changed their privacy settings, and you cannot send them any messages or friend requests.)

Here are the photos from the wedding, as well as some older photos from years ago! (Which show how far back these friendships go!)


I will post Part 2 tomorrow; however, the entire article is here is you just can’t wait!


22 thoughts on “Michael Jackson's Enemies Are LITERALLY One Big Happy Family: By sanemjfan-Pt 1”

    1. @sofia
      Recently I posed the question on a forum: Which case do you think really hurt Michael Jackson most in the court of public opinion, the Chandler case or the Arvizo case? Understanding, of course, that this had nothing to do with his actual guilt or innocence, but simply, which case did the most damage as far as his reputation and to him, personally? Not surprisingly, most agreed that it was the Chandler case, and for very valid reasons-the fact that it was settled rather than going to criminal trial (allowing many to take that as a sign of guilt) and also, the sheer fact that the settlement then opened the door for other cases to follow-for sure, the Arvizo case would never have happened if the Chandler case hadn’t already set the precedent.

      But I also have another take on it. I think for many average people, the Arvizo case and that whole public spectacle of a circus trial is what really cemented it in their minds that he must really be a child molestor. The acquittal wasn’t enough because by then-having heard only the most salacious details from the prosecution side that were being presented to the media-they simply became convinced this was another OJ and Robert Blake case, a celebrity “getting off” because of his status (even now, there are some bitter nuts out there trying to make the same lame arguement for Murray’s conviction-that it wouldn’t have happened if the victim had been anyone other than Michael Jackson).

      In 2005, I was one of those who figured MJ must be guilty. Where there’s smoke there’s fire, right? Most of us were aware of the ’93 settlement, but by 2003 when news broke that he had been arrested on another charge of child molestation, it seemed to be the clincher for a lot of us. After all, the ’93 settlement had long dropped out of the headlines and off the radar. MJ had moved on with his life and career, and for all purposes, had rebounded quite well with no residual after-effects (two #1 albums, another string of #1 hits, and a hugely succesful world tour had all followed on the heels of the ’93 scandal) and it really looked like all of that had been put behind him. While the Chandler settlement did leave an unpleasant pall over his name, I think for the most part he had managed to repair whatever short-term damage it had done to his name and career.

      But then came the Arvizo case, the spectacle of seeing Michael Jackson in handcuffs, and seeing him on TV going to trial every single day. This was when the whole charade of MJ as pedo and child molestor really blew wide open and became a national obsession. With comedians making him the nightly butt of jokes, the tabloids running wild with the story, and the media running rampant with every detail the prosecution presented, it had become a public lynching.

      Either way you look at it, there are valid reasons why one could look at either case and point to the reasons why it was the more damaging of the two cases. But in my humble personal opinion, I think the Arvizo case and that trial was the one that did the most damage to Michael-it wracked his health, drained him mentally and emotionally, and broke his spirit. After the Chandler case, he was fired up and angry; he poured that anger into his art. But after the Arvizo case, he was just…empty. Wrung out to dry. Defeated. It had taken him until 2009, a full four years, to even contemplate wanting to be creative nad perform again, and I still sensed even then he was really just a shell of his former self. Eventually he might have come out on top again with This Is It, but we’ll never know since that chapter tragically did not get to play out.

      I think the Chandlers and Arvizos both have a lot to answer for, but in some ways, I feel even more bitterness towards the Arvizos because #1: They took advanatge of MJ’s generosity and kind heart in saving Gavin’s life, and #2: Ruined his life for sheer spite.

  1. It is sad that such people get away with that and live their lifes as nothing happened ! I don´t think that they even have a conscience !
    I hope the children will go after them when they are adults !

  2. Yes, I have always wondered why the Arviso family didn’t have to pay in some form…either by jail time or a civil case. Didn’t they lie under oath? Didn’t they bring Michael to court under false pretense? I also wonder why the media has been so kind to them. Why haven’t they gone after the Chandler’s and Arviso’s for all the lies and damage they did to Michael? I really don’t know how they can live with themselves for having caused the death of Michael. Unfortunately, I have a lot of anger towards those families…they are both despicable.
    Thanks for all the research Raven.

      1. The media enjoyed humiliating and mocking michael. The owners of these rags all turn out to be a few mega corps alongside Sony… so they were behind the families all the way.

  3. This was a very difficult article for me to read when it appeared on vindicatemj. I have been able to make peace with the Chandler case because that family is all but destroyed. Jordie did not have any contact with his family…the way his father…he the evil incarnate killed him-self the same year as Michael..alone and no one came to claim even his body…was like a divine justice served as far as I was concerned.

    But but Arvizo’s baffle me…I am angry and jealous because they are doing so well…I hate to think what gutter these boys were raised in and how they have turned out to be IN SPITE of what they did to an unbelievably innocent person? Their actions killed Michael Jackson…Michael would never have needed to do these concerts if not for the people..he had great plans for him-self as told to fans on his 45rd birthday…he was in finaicial ruin because of these people…

    I don’t know how they prosper Raven…I don’t understand how God allows this…all these evil people to get together and do well in life…why does Michael not HAUNT them in their dreams until they can’t sleep!! :-/

    Although, I know why Michael does not haunt because he was at peace with him-self…I have read many NDE accounts and I am sure Michael must have left his body and run to embrace the light of God that is unconditional love…Michael had a titanic thirst for love…I am sure he must have finally quenched it…in the light of love. And from where he is…this life is just an illusion and in his wiseness he wouldn’t care…

    But anger will not change these people, Barbara Kaufmann had written a long response to my feelings…I had loved it and I guess if someone with as big a heart as Michael approaches these evil people then may be something will happen…

    A poem by Rumi…

    If you can’t go to sleep
    my dear soul
    for tonight
    what do you think will happen

    if you pass your night
    and merge it with dawn
    for the sake of heart
    what do you think will happen

    if the entire world
    is covered with the blossoms
    you have labored to plant
    what do you think will happen

    if the elixir of life
    that has been hidden in the dark
    fills the desert and towns
    what do you think will happen

    if because of
    your generosity and love
    a few humans find their lives
    what do you think will happen

    if you pour an entire jar
    filled with joyous wine
    on the head of those already drunk
    what do you think will happen

    go my friend
    bestow your love
    even on your enemies
    if you touch their hearts
    what do you think will happen.

    1. I did read somewhere that Michael confessed he hated Gavin, but that he felt terrible for feeling hatred towards a child, and hoped God would forgive him. It seemed like something he was battling within himself-to not feel that hatred. But hatred is a natural human emotion when someone has done their best to destroy your life. I don’t think he really had any cause to feel guilt for having that emotion, but I know that was something he struggled with. I wish now I could remember where I read that; I will have to look for it.

      I will correct your error and delete your other post for you.

      1. Yesterday, sanemjfan, on VindicateMJ’s site included an excerpt from Taraborrelli’s book that mentioned MJ struggling with very understandable feelings of resentment toward Gavin.

        In case you’re wondering what MJ felt about Gavin after the trial, here is an excerpt from JRT’s book:

        The only person Michael saw in the weeks after the trial – other than his children and their nanny, Grace Rwaramba – was a therapist. For the first time in his life, Jackson decided to seek counseling. It was definitely a step in the right direction. He knew he needed help, and maybe it was an indication of growth that he actually sought it instead of ignoring the signs. ‘He felt totally victimized by Gavin, the rest of the scheming Arvizos, and also by the Santa Barbara district attorney, Thomas Sneddon,’ one of Michael’s inner circle told me. ‘He had a difficult time getting past the fury he feels about the whole situation. One day he told me, “God forgive me, and don’t tell Katherine I ever said this, but I hate that kid. I so hate that kid.” Then I remember he looked at me for a moment and he said, “Part of me thinks, no, that’s not right. You shouldn’t hate. But then I think, I can’t help it. I hate that kid for what he did to me. My therapist is telling me that I need to get real with myself and feel what I feel, not suppress it like I usually do. Well, how I feel is that I hate that kid. I do.”


          1. But Raven, how does trust Taraborrelli’s? He was never close to Michael…his language is again “inner circle contact” told me…much like the tabloid reporters…”sources said”. I mean seeing a therapist is a good thing but really am not sure how to trust these people…

          2. @BlueLotus

            Yes, with Taraborelli you have to take with a pinch of salt. But I don’t think he is always wrong or totally off. Some things he says I believe to be true; it’s just that you have to be able to separate the chaff from the wheat. He has a very tabloid-style of writing and reporting that puts a lot of people off. I don’t think he is or ever was the “insider” he claims to be. I recently saw the David Gest doc and will admit, I cringed through most of Taraborelli’s commentary. But as a writer who has spent decades researching Michael’s life, he has definitely contributed some worthwhile information, and usually in a very balanced way (neither putting him on a pedestal nor totally tearing him down). Right or wrong, I tend to cherry pick from Taraborelli the things I find useful; the rest I either let it roll off or ignore. But just as with Ian Halperin, it then becomes a credibility issue (if you can’t trust them to get some things straight, how can you believe anything they say?). In the past, I have used quotes and passages from Taraborelli that I found particularly useful, but usually only with a very big disclaimer (as in, this came from Taraborelli, so take it for what it’s worth kind of thing).

          3. Raven, I agree with your assessment of Taraborelli. As you said, “you have to take with a pinch of salt.” And I do. One of the many things that have annoyed me, even angered me about Taraborelli, is this business of him being promoted as Michael’s friend for 40+ years. Of course this is done to make him look more of an “insider” than he really is and to sell more books. As teenagers and 20 somethings they may very well have been friends but it stopped there. Over the past 15+ years I believe RT has been nothing more than a passing acquaintance watching Michael’s life from the sidelines through other people. There was NEVER a 40 year friendship. He never seems to volunteer that fact but I’m sure he would have to if pressed on the issue.

  4. Raven, what about Tom Sneddon? I feel he is at least as culpable in Michael’s demise as the Arvizu clan. And I am sure Michael knew it. He sang, wrote of it and performed it in the History Tour – “Dom Sheldon” and as the mayor in “Ghosts” (love “Ghosts”). I remember reading Mesereau’s comment that Michael was so depressed, tired of lawyers and the legal system in general after the trial was over that he didn’t consider pursuing Sneddon for malicious prosecution, a viable option at the time. Now Sneddon retires in prosperity in Santa Barbara off a fat public pension. The methods that man used to solicit “victims” makes me sick. That video of Sneddon and the sheriff whooping it up when they announced Michael’s indictment really showed Sneddon’s vendetta against Michael. And didn’t Sneddon say even after the verdict that the case wasn’t “over”. We are all accountable to the Man upstairs who I am sure has been paying attention!

    1. @June

      Yes, I agree. I mean, the Arvizos wouldn’t have even had a case had it not been for Sneddon egging them on in the first place. There are many, MANY persons culpable in Michael’s demise, and Sneddon is one of the worst.

    2. I definitely feel for Michael, in fact we all can, in terms of being sick of dealing with the legal system any further after 2005, despite his acquittal. June and Raven, do you know what the statute of limitations is on malicious prosecution? Although it probably won’t happen, I would love to see the estate and/or the family pursue such a case against Sneddon. What he did to Michael was an abuse of power and an utter disgrace! He should be held accountable. In fact, my understanding is that Sneddon’s overreach extended beyond Michael’s case and that others had experienced his more than questionable tactics in their cases.

    3. My curiousity concerning this issue led me to look up the statute of limitations on malicious prosecution in California. This is what I came up with and it’s dissappointing. According to this lawyers blog:

      “Generally speaking, one has two years to sue for malicious prosecution under California Code of Civil Procedure section 335.1. However, Code Civ. Proc. sec. 340.6 (a) states: “An action against an attorney for a wrongful act or omission, other than for actual fraud, arising in the performance of professional services shall be commenced within one year after the plaintiff discovers…the facts constituting the wrongful act or omission….””


      Although, this line was interesting, “…within one year AFTER the plaintiff DISCOVERS…the facts constituting the wrongful act or omission.”

      I’m not a lawyer, but I wonder if this wording could provide wiggle room to present a case after 2 years. Anyway, just a thought.

    Hello, I am using the name Carlo which is not my real name, Mike is not dead because he faked his death. See Mike was in debt, he had death threats and a vision of death 10 days before June 25, 2009. Mike did “something” to escape, I have to watch what I say though. I just want you all to know Michael is alive and doing well, he’s been off drugs since March 27, 2010 and he’s got someone special in his life. Now Mike is NOT a pedophile but he is bisexual, now don’t get mad at me because you don’t even know me, all i’m doing is telling the fans that Mike is okay and he’s happy. I just want you all to know that Michael has said this “I love you all but I need a time out, I need to rest and take a break” and Mike also said “I love you more” but anyway the point is that Mike is alive and doing well, he’s doing very fine. The Chandlers are liars and so are those other boys, I just ignore them as Mike says to do with haters. Michael does not waste his time listening to bs, he does not waste his time arguing with people, he ignores it. I have to go now but I really hope you believe me, I have NOTHING to gain, i’m already wealthy because i’m very close with Michael but wealth is NOTHING, GOD IS EVERYTHING AND JESUS TOO, Michael is a Christian now and he’s doing well. I have to go now so God bless and L.O.V.E. to all!

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