Michael Jackson final will a part of the Murder Conspiracy
Michael Jackson was in Harlem July, 6th, 2002.
July 7, 2002] Michael calls Tommy Mottola a racist
Multiplatinum singer Michael Jackson, already feuding with his record company, charged Saturday that the recording industry was a racist conspiracy that turns profits at the expense of performers — particularly minority artists.
Michael was in New York City with Johnnie Cochran Jr. and Al Sharpton on 6 July 2002. If a will was made in fear of these battles with Tommy Mottola and Sony, why make a will with incompetent people and he when had Johnnie in his corner. He had to consult with him. Trace Michael from New York City on 6 July 2002. This is 2:00 pm New York City time and he had to take a 6 hour flight which means he had to leave New York City by about 6 am Monday to California to go straight to them. Do you buy this? I smell a fish.
The alleged will was executed 7 July 2002 at 5:00PM in Los Angeles
July 6th 2002
Speech against Sony
Michael attended Rev. Al Sharpton’s National Action Network in Harlem today and in a speech to fans and members of the public, Michael called the Sony Music Corporation “racist” and launched a verbal attack on Sony Music as a company that conspires against its recording artists for profits. Michael stated the recording companies really, really do conspire against the artists – they steal, they cheat, they do everything they can, (Especially) against the black artists.” Jackson has teamed up with Sharpton and attorney Johnnie Cochran Jr., in recently forming a coalition to investigate whether artists are being financially exploited by their record labels. Of Tommy Mottola, the Sony Music chief he said was “mean, he’s a racist, and he’s very, very, very devilish.” He also accused the Sony Music chief of using “the n-word” when speaking about an unidentified black Sony artist. In addition to himself as a victim of the industry, Michael also mentioned several other artists as falling victim, including James Brown, Mariah Carey, and Sammy Davis Jr. “If you fight for me, you’re fighting for all black people, dead and alive” Michael said to the crowd.