Fan and foe, alike!
If not, a huge miscarriage of justice is about to take place!
Yesterday, a group of fans from Los Angeles ( Justice4MJ) arrived in the courtroom, and by their own accounts , were greeted by dirty looks and stares from the accused – Conrad Murray.
The Fans who have been in the courtroom ever since February 8, 2010 , decided to return the favor !
And glared right back at Murray .
I for one, applaud them and say now, is not the time to be passive about Justice for Michael. It is time to speak the truth ….out LOUD!.
What Conrad Murray did to Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009 is not acceptable, by any standard.
This trial will be over in less than 2 months- and I say what are we waiting for ?
I am in NO WAY condoning violence or death threats but it is time for the fan community to put aside our differences and stand united on this.
This is IT ( in every real sense of that phrase), and if 6 ft tall – 5 inches , Conrad Murray can not take fans staring at him – he needs to STOP showing up at Forest Lawn with a camera crew, He needs to stop hanging out in DisneyLand – like he does not have a care in the world and he SHOULD HAVE NEVER been outside a book signing for Michael’s sister, Janet.
All of this – he did boldly , insensitively and with the world’s eyes on him.
In the United States in the 1950s and 1960s , there were many acts of passive resistance used by people to further the civil rights movement. These acts included bus boycotts, sit-in and yes, staring ahead at segregated lunch counters, were met with criticism, by the majority but that did not deter those who chose to display their opposition in a non violent manner.
So, fans staring at Murray , is how a group of fans, decided to demonstrate their displeasure, at what Conrad Murray and his lawyers are attempting to do.
For the last 2 years Murray and his lawyers have been HELL-BENT on destroying Michael, in the court of public opinion with speculation and JUNK Science!
All of this is to influence those potential jurors in the case.
And I maintain that if Conrad Murray had spent more time STARING , at his patient …..Michael Jackson would be alive today.
"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. "
Martin Luther King Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16, 1963
US black civil rights leader & clergyman (1929 - 1968)