Aphrodite Jones’ INTERVIEW about Michael Jackson on Ustream. HOW MUCH CAN ONE PERSON TAKE?
If some of us can’t watch Aphrodite Jones’ episode about Michael Jackson on the True Crime show here is a small replacement for it – below is a link to Aphrodite’s USTREAM interview recorded on April 29, 2010 about the ridiculous Arvizo case, Michael’s last concerts and film, and other issues related to his life and death. The main thing to note about the interview is that it is honest and brave:
Some quotes (please correct me if I didn’t get all of them right):
“Michael Jackson needs admirers because he had too much of detractors for too many years”
“I wrote the book “Michael Jackson Conspiracy” in 2006 right after the trial. It came out in 2007. At that time no one was questioning the media”.
“Did Michael Jackson endorse the book? Was he aware of “Michael Jackson Conspiracy” being published? No and No. I was very upset about that until the book came out. I now realize that had Michael Jackson endorsed the book, had he had given his blessing I would have been accused of being in day (wrong word? correct my English please!) with Michael Jackson on the project. That would have taken away the validity and authenticity of what I did. He had nothing to do with the book.”
“More and more people are questioning the veracity of what they’ve been told”.
“Martin Bashir made his name on the blight of Michael Jackson. When the trial against him started it started with that documentary. It was actually a piece of evidence we watched in the courtroom… He created a context in which it looked like Jackson had some interest in that young boy – while what we saw was a boy in a wheelchair with no hair and skinny little body. He did all he could for that family out of the goodness of his heart. He helped a cancer patient”.
“They claimed that after the documentary aired that Michael Jackson decided to molest their son, not before!”
“Janet Arvizo was completely insane. Everybody in the court was rolling their eyeballs each time this woman opened her mouth. Her stories contradicted each other”.
“No one corrected the misreporting of the Michael Jackson trial. They made it seem he was acquitted because the jury were star-struck. No, they were not interested. These people were selected by two teams of experts.”
“It killed Michael Jackson spiritually. Michael should have had psychological help, a counsellor, someone he can go to after he was through with that ordeal – because he was taxed, he really needed somebody to help him. Seeing himself betrayed by all the people he knew… [after that] you can’t trust a counsellor or therapist who is trying to help you go through the pain of it”.
“After he died it occurred to me why Michael Jackson was interested in a comeback to the extent that he agreed to 50 concerts. He had been so trashed by the media that he tried to outdo himself and he died trying”.
“He was still being accused even after being acquitted. Wild allegations continued to come out”.
“HOW MUCH CAN ONE PERSON TAKE?”