“Was Michael Jackson Framed?” Revisited

Mary Fischer will be re-publishing  “Was Michael Jackson Framed?” that was originally posted in GQ Magazine in 1994 in which she detailed the shake down of Michael Jackson by Evan Chandler.

From the Lybrary website, September 24th 2012 :

“The original GQ story that became an international sensation by exploring, for the first time in the media, the other side—the defense side– of the 1993 Michael Jackson scandal. Today, it remains a sought-after story by the superstar’s fans around the world.

Until now, the original, unedited version of the GQ article has not been available. Now, two years after Michael Jackson’s death, in the midst of a resurgence of his music and popularity, the official GQ story is being released, with a new cover and foreword written by the author, award-winning journalist Mary A. Fischer.

As the media rushed to judgment about the ’93 allegations—that Jackson had molested a 13-year-old boy—no one bothered to look in depth at Jackson’s adult accusers. GQ senior writer Mary A. Fischer, known for investigating controversial, under-reported stories, took on the assignment.

She spent months delving into the backgrounds of Evan Chandler and his attorney Barry K. Rothman, Jackson’s main accusers. What emerged from Fischer’s examination, based on court documents, business records and scores of interviews, some with confidential sources who would only meet in out of the way places, was a persuasive argument that Jackson molested no one and that he himself may have been the victim of a well-conceived plan to extract money from him.

More than that, it was a classic story of greed, ambition, misconceptions on the part of police and prosecutors, a lazy and sensation-seeking media and the use of a powerful, hypnotic drug.

Today, it remains an important, relevant story about how a case was simply invented. And now, for the first time in over a decade, it is available to Michael Jackson fans everywhere.”

Fischer will publish it as a paperback and Kindle eBook on October 4th, and it will include a brand new foreword from her.

In 2003, Fishcher spoke with Greta Van Sustren and discussed her researched view that Michael Jackson was a victim of extortion in 1993.  She notes that if the parents of the first case had genuinely  believed their son was molested by Michael Jackson they’d have gone to police but they didn’t do that- they met with a lawyer and made plans for a shake-down.  She also discussed the similarities of 1993 characters and the persons involved in  the Arvizo allegations and pending case at the time of the interview. Please watch the whole video-

Here’s the link to download the free Kindle app for PC, which will allow readers to buy and read the Kindle eBook without actually owing a Kindle eReader.

Here’s the Kindle app for Mac:

Thanks to @sanemjfan for this great information.

Sources :

http://www.lybrary.com/

Veritas Project – Vindicate MJ  . 

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One Response to “Was Michael Jackson Framed?” Revisited

  1. Annie Fernandez says:

    Yes, i strongly believe that Michael was framed. People, even his own siblings, have always been envious of Michael. He crossed the boundaries of color. He reached out – and continues to reach out – globally – to people of all generations, backgrounds and religion. He should still be with us today. But he became a victim of malicious press, of leeches who wanted part of him, of his massive wealth, of his fame. It pains me to no end knowing how Michael suffered all through the years, claiming innocence, with only less than a handful of friends who truly believed him.

    Kind regards, Annie Fernandez

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