Liveblogging Jackson’s Attorneys On Larry King


9:22  Three attorneys who all represent Joe and Katherine Jackson.  Basically, they’re about to feel how Michael felt when Joe punched and probably molested him.  That’s what his will is for.  Which just popped up.  Like Michael’s manhood at a Barney show.

9:25  Attorneys filed paperwork before knowing a will existed.  That’s because when the will is fully disclosed, Michael will be giving it to Joe and having the last laugh.  The will will control.  Not Joe.  Joe gets shit.

9:27  Joe Jackson was a “loving father.”  By “loving” he means sodomizing a child with a broomstick.

9:28  I’m shocked.  The Jackson attorneys do not see a conflict of interest.  One fine barrister represented Michael, Joe, Katherine, The Family… I can’t see any possible disputes there.  Except maybe the lawsuits or allegations of Joe punching 10 year old Michael in the face.

9:29  King calls these attorneys “legal eagles.”  These are those sorts of eagles who fly into a pile of horse dung and search for worms and rhinestones.

9:31  Nurse on live violating HIPPA.  She is disclosing private conversations, but, they are boring allegations of drugs.  I want information on how MJ paved the way for Barack Obama as Rev. Sharpton argued earlier.  Basically, shooting opiates and fucking boys leads to the presidency.

9:32  The drug is called “deprovan (sp?)” Micahel allegedly used.  That’s an an intravenous drug and used typically in hospitals.  It’s good if you want to take down an elephant.  Family law expert attorney does not think drug use will be appropriate conversation.  This is probably because her legal analysis is on par with a comatosed coyote.

9:35  The real attorneys provide a letter.  By “real” I mean the ones hired by MJ.  Will signed July 7, 2002.  Lawyers for “Jackson Family” on King stutter.  Now these faux lawyers know what Corey Feldman felt like.

have to say, King not calling these schmucks on this, is either him being retarded, a pussy, or a combination thereof.  I mean, his quetions are softer than Webster’s balls.

9:37  How do you spell “Debbie Roe?”  She has the kids. Michael willed the children to Debbie from AP reports. Too bad these douche attorneys are getting creamed and don’t know it.  They dodge basic questions like, “What about the will?”  What about the deceased’ views on a Neverland burial?  What does MJ think of Kobe Bryant?

Why didn’t Larry King ask the basic question whether these attorneys are entitled to speak for Michael by way of his permission?   Maybe that’s because Larry King is  washed up…  Much like the little boys Michael liked to wash up. But, that’s not important right now, is it Larry?  Spend the next hour talking to Brando’s kid.  He’s a gem.

9:40  Larry goes back to stroking the King Of Strokers.

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3 Responses to “Liveblogging Jackson’s Attorneys On Larry King”

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    This thing will make Anna Nicole rise from the Dead and free OJ’s spirit.

  2. Louis IX KingofFrawnce Says:

    so you noticed that a lawyer from the ana nicole trial showed up with blanket’s grandma.

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