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Wade Robson’s claim against the Estate. June 27, 2013


Wade Robson’s testimony. May 5, 2005

Joy Robson’s testimony. May 6, 2005

Blanca Francia’s testimony. April 5, 2005


1. The file concerning a man who threatened to commit mass murder at a MJ concert, was threatening MJ, Janet Jackson, President Bush:

July 1992 – June 1993 Threats to Jackson

2. Terry George is claiming that in 1979 when Michael was 21 he made an indecent call to Terry George in Britain. The FBI collected the newspaper cuts, no action was taken.

Background information on Terry George: when he got acquainted with Michael he was an amateur interviewer of celebrities who taped each of his interviews and played them on the local radio. His hobby was recording these people, so there is no chance that he would not have recorded “that” tape.  Currenly Terry George is the owner to sex-by-phone company. Here is the MJ file regarding Terry George:

September- October 1993 Terry George

3.  The full FBI file dated 1993-94 listing everything that could lead to facts corroborating Jordan Chandler’s story. However nothing was found and the file was closed.

August 1993- August 1994. LAPD asks the FBI to help with the investigation

For easier understanding the documents of this file will be listed in a chronological order (so will start with page 53):

  • August 24, 1993. This document states that there was a telephone call from someone who was informing (evidently LAPD) that 10 months prior to that date there was a restraining order for Jackson in New York (page 53)
  • August 24, 1993. Another call, this time from Toronto, Canada from a couple who work in children services. On March 7, 1992 they were going by train from Chicago to Grand Canyon. Jackson had four compartments on that train, was travelling with some adult staff and a boy 12/13 years old who was identified as his cousin. Jackson “was possessive” of the boy and at night the pair heard “questionable noises” through the wall. (Evidently out of the four compartments available MJ specially selected the one adjoining these citizens).  She was concerned enough to inform the conductor of her suspicions.
  • September 7, 1993.  LAPD requests assistance of the FBI in their investigation of child molestation allegations (p.1)
  • September 7, 1993.  LAPD asks FBI for possible prosecuting MJ for a violation of the Mann Act. The FBI declines it (p.20)
  • September 10, 1993.  LAPD organises a meeting. In attendance are Gil Garcetti, D.A., Lauren Weis, Acting Head Deputy, Sexual Crimes Child Abuse Division,  William Hodgman, Deputy D.A., investigators from LAPD and the Santa Barbara County Sheriff office. A decision is taken to go to Manila to see the Fillipino couple Quindoys. (p.20)
  • September 22-23, 1993. Two interviews with Quindoys are conducted and considered successful.
  • September 23, 1993. The agent is informing that they do not intend to take any action as regards Terry George’s claims about Jackson(p.33). The newspaper cuts are provided for information only (p.38- 43)
  • September 1993. More newspaper cuts, this time from Manila newspapers reporting about two LAPD detectives Deborah Linden and Federico Sicard visiting the Fillipino couple Quindoys (pp.35-36)
  • October 19, 1993.  The search of the New York City Supreme Court is conducted in an attempt to find the restraining order for Jackson mentioned above. Computerized and manual searches were made but produced a negative result (pp.44-51)
  • December 27, 1993 (p.52).
    • A Special Agent (SA) is writing a memorandum to a Special Agent in Charge (SPA) about the information he received from Officer X from LAPD and what action he has taken upon it.
    • Initially the information was received by Officer X of LAPD from a certain person. This person was writing a book about Michael Jackson and child molestation allegations, and claimed that he had learned from a certain SAC (who was an Hispanic agent known as “Mormon”) certain information about Jackson.
    • According to the person who called the LAPD, in 1985 or 1986 this Hispanic agent learned that Jackson allegedly molested two Mexican boys, but he didn’ t pursue the allegations as Jackson was to receive an award from the President. The person who called LAPD claimed that the case was covered up.
    • When the LAPD officer passed over this information to the FBI Special agent, the agent took action. He conducted a search of their files and searched all indices, both manually and automated for any reference to the above case, but found no reference to it.
    • So now the SA is writing a memorandum to the FBI SAC that the information of the person who called LAPD was not confirmed.

Has anyone guessed who the caller was? Of course it was Gutierrez. He had been making rounds of parents with children who knew Michael, spreading lies about him and writing a book about him for three years before the Chandler case broke out. Since the document is interesting I am reproducing it here together with my version of how the redacted portions should look like:

VERSION: I've tried to guess what the redacted words can stand for and came to the present version. "Reporter" can be replaced by any other word except "agent" because agents don't write books about the subject of their investigation and don't brag that they are "secret agents" like Gutierrez does

VERSION: I’ve tried to guess what the redacted words can stand for and came to the present version. “Reporter” can be replaced by any other word except “agent” because agents don’t write books about the subject of their investigation and don’t brag that they are “secret agents” like Gutierrez does.

  • January 1, 1994. A cover letter from the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) to the Special Agent (SA) about a copy of the search warrant with an affidavit (from Deborah Linden) for Michael Jackson’s strip search. Because of the sensitivity of this investigation, it is requested not to duplicate or disseminate those documents (p. 55). The documents proper are not provided.
  • August 8, 1994.  The final memorandum in the 1993/94 case.
    • The Special Agent (SA) is informing the Special Agent in Charge (SAC) that he contacted the LAPD to find out about the progress of the case. The officer in LAPD informed the FBI SA that there were still in process of deciding whether or not to file charges against Jackson.
    • The SA notes that there are no outstanding leads remaining for the Los Angeles Office in this matter.
    • The SA concludes that the present file will be placed in a closed status.
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