Linda Deutsch-Interview über den MJ-Prozess

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    • Linda Deutsch-Interview über den MJ-Prozess

      Linda Deutsch-Interview über den MJ-Prozess

      von LenaLena, mjforever :blumen

      Linda Deutsch, sehr bekannte AP-Reporterin, seit kurzem in
      Rente im Interview.
      Sie war eine der wenigen Reporter, die absolut fair und unvoreingenommen berichtet hat.
      Sie spricht im IV zunächst über den OJ-Simpson-Prozess, dann über den MJ und Blank-Prozess.




      Sie sagt, dass der Prozess Michael getötet hat. Er war so eine
      freundliche und nette Person. Man konnte täglich sehen wie es ihn
      mitnahm, er immer weniger wurde. Nach dem Prozess habe Michael
      sie angerufen und habe ihr für die faire Berichterstattung gedankt. Sie
      habe Michael gefragt wie der Prozess für ihn war. Er habe gesagt, er
      war das Schlimmste in seinem Leben. Michael war für so einen Prozess
      nicht gemacht.Sie sagt macht auch sehr klar, dass Michael unschuldig
      war, die Arvizo-Familie habe sich in Neverland eingenistet und wollte
      dort bleiben den Rest des Lebens und als sie sah, dass Michael nicht
      mitspielte brachten sie die Vorwürfe. Michael war so freundlich zu
      dieser Familie, gab ihr eine Sweet etc. Sie spricht auch mit Hochachtung
      über Meserau im Gegensatz zu Michaels Vorgängeranwalt. Solche Aktionen
      wie das Michaels aufs Auto stieg seien sehr schädlich gewesen. Sie macht
      weiterhin klar das Sneddon Michael gejagt habe und Michael deswegen
      Neverland verlassen habe. Das Schlimme sei, dass ein Freispruch nicht
      bedeute, dass jemand in der öffentlichen Meinung freigesprochen wird.
      Der MJ-Prozess habe nochmals eine ganz andere Dimension gehabt als
      OJ-Simpson-Prozess. Simpson war Amerika, Michael war die Welt. 2000
      akredierte Journalisten waren beim Prozess, darunter massenhaft
      Tabloidjorunalisten.


      Sie spricht übrigens sehr neutral und auch eher wohlwollend über O.J.
      Simpson. Das er nun im Gefängnis sei für eine andere Tat sei ein
      Racheakt dafür das er nicht verurteilt wurde in dem Mordprozess.
      Die Frage ob sie glaube das O. J. Simpson den Mord nicht begangen habe,
      sagte sie dies kann sie nicht beantworten.

    • ...hier ist der Wortlaut von einem Teil des IVs:


      AP court reporter Linda Deutsch on Michael Jackson from a recent interview with Without Notes’s host Michael Levine:
      vallieegirl67.com/2016/07/22/a…michael-jackson-on-trial/


      “Michael Jackson had the world looking at him. The whole thing was a
      debacle. He should have never been tried. An overzealous prosecutor who
      saw himself as some sort of Javert chasing Jean Valjean. He had tried to
      get Michael before and he had failed and after Michael was acquitted in
      this case I went to the press conference and I asked him: ‘Are you
      through chasing Michael Jackson?’ and he said: “No comment” and that
      night Michael left his beloved Neverland and never came back… I think
      the trial killed him. You could see him shrinking during the trial
      physically.

      When it was over, he called me. I had met him, I saw him every day and
      he finally called me after it was all over to thank me for being fair to
      him because NOBODY ELSE was. They ALL were out to get him one way or
      another. And I said to him: Michael, how was the trial for you? And he
      said: it was the hardest thing I ever did in my life and that was true.
      Michael was a very sensitive and gentle soul and he was not up to this.
      He became ill over and over again… Michael came in with a lot of strikes
      against him not because of what he did but because of his whole
      persona.

      I think Mesereau believed, and I believed, that he was set up. That this
      woman that brought her child and claimed that he had molested him for
      money, well for more than money, she wanted to live in Neverland for the
      rest of her life.

      Michael had been so kind to this woman and her son who had overcome
      cancer that he gave them a little cottage that was normally occupied by
      Elizabeth Taylor, his friend. There were swans floating in the lake
      outside, there were flowers everywhere, there was music playing, it was
      idyllic. This is a woman who had been living in the ghetto in Los
      Angeles. She thought she’s gonna stay there for ever. And so, when it
      became evident that she wasn’t, that Michael was going to give them
      eviction papers she went to the DA and claimed that he had molested her
      child.

      As I said, Michael should never have been tried but because he was
      Michael there was no way they were going to let it go. The thing is with
      the people who are acquitted they are never acquitted in the public
      mind, so that is the tragedy because supposedly if you go through a
      trial and you are proven not guilty you are supposed to go on with your
      life.

      But the public had made a different decision, they had tried to
      second-guess the jury and it was impossible for him to ever live down
      being tried.

      That to me is heartbreaking. The trials I covered, at least 60 maybe,
      maybe more. They are show trials. They’re not symbolic of anything else
      because these trials are giving the public a chance to see their system
      at work and to see something that’s emblematic of what’s going on in
      society but they are not emblematic of what’s going every day in court
      houses around the countries.

      In the journalistic world I sometimes feel like a visitor from another
      planet. Things are not now like they were when I started, they’re just
      not. I wouldn’t say they are better, I think that there is a cult of
      personality now around journalism that’s not healthy. When I started no
      one knew who I was, all they knew was my byline. Eventually I became
      known because I was the face of the OJ trial but there was never this
      feeling of: I have to cover this because it’s going to make my career.
      I’ve never even thought of that. But in the electronic media which is
      now so prevalent and TV media stars are made from trials. That Nancy
      Grace type of person… It gives you a very different motivation to be
      there. I was there to tell the truth.”