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The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 11:29:09 AM
Well I am relatively new to this forum - I like it a lot, sorry for my bad english: I am from Copenhagen, Denmark.

I read a lot of threads/post in here... sometimes its hard to take "it all in" : So when I cook or run or do something else; ideas comes into my mind...

I just thought of this:

Why did we not hear, or see anybody from the staff in the house of MJ, make interviews ??????

There must have been a lot of people working there; cleaning staff, cooking, nannys, gardening staff etc. etc..

Normally U would think that some of thoose people would like to make a "buck" on the whole "MJ- died" thing... But I dont see any interviews what so ever....

hmmmm..... what are your thoughts on this ???

Maybe there are still under contract !!!!!!

Did anyone see interviews or statements from the staff ????

L.O.V.E.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 11:46:58 AM
YES we have another danish girl here... WELCOME GIRL..
Anycase back to your question.. I have been thinking the excact same thing.. Hell i even tried google the staff.. BUT nothing came up other than Alvarez and Murray and some other people.. Hmm this is strange.. Where is the cleaning lady??? Or other staff members?????
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 11:50:34 AM
LOL - except Im a boy :-)
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 12:00:29 PM
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LOL - except Im a boy :-)


Arw never mind... YOU ARE DANISH  :D  :D  :D

Then i correct myself... YES we have another danish (boy) here.... WELCOME to the padded cell
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 12:13:06 PM
Thank U  :D
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 12:22:58 PM
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Thank U  :D


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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 01:03:10 PM
They interviewed Kai chase....thats all I can think of right now....
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 01:05:29 PM
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They interviewed Kai chase....thats all I can think of right now....

Exactly, I haven't seen or heard something from someone else than her.
She told different story's, am I right?
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 01:18:35 PM
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They interviewed Kai chase....thats all I can think of right now....

Exactly, I haven't seen or heard something from someone else than her.
She told different story's, am I right?
Yeah, I think you're right. Wasn't it someting with Prince?
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 01:28:32 PM
SOMETHING WAS MENTIONED ON ANOTHER THREAD ABOUT THE FACT THAT HIS STAFF SIGN CONTRACTS OF STAYING QUIET OTHERWISE THE CAN BE SUED FOR......MILLIONS........CAN THAT BE DONE???? BECAUSE ITS VERY ODD......NO ONE  HAS SAID ANYTHING.......I AM NOT A LAWYER SO I DONT KNOW.......ALSO.....THE UCLA HOSPITAL STAFF????   NOT A WORD EVEN FROM A CLEANER!!!!.......OH AND I AM FROM ENGLAND...ITS GREAT WE ARE ALL COMMUNICATING DONT YOU THINK.....MICHEAL WOULD LIKE THAT.......LOVE TO ALL XXXXX
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 01:55:54 PM
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Thank U  :D


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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 02:28:49 PM
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SOMETHING WAS MENTIONED ON ANOTHER THREAD ABOUT THE FACT THAT HIS STAFF SIGN CONTRACTS OF STAYING QUIET OTHERWISE THE CAN BE SUED FOR......MILLIONS........CAN THAT BE DONE???? BECAUSE ITS VERY ODD......NO ONE  HAS SAID ANYTHING.......I AM NOT A LAWYER SO I DONT KNOW.......ALSO.....THE UCLA HOSPITAL STAFF????   NOT A WORD EVEN FROM A CLEANER!!!!.......OH AND I AM FROM ENGLAND...ITS GREAT WE ARE ALL COMMUNICATING DONT YOU THINK.....MICHEAL WOULD LIKE THAT.......LOVE TO ALL XXXXX

In an article I read about Alberto Alverez it said the staff was required to sign a strict confidentiality agreement.  They were not allowed to speak to anyone about working for Michael or reveal anything they knew about his household or family.  

I do find it extremely odd that there has not been a single hospital employee that has said anything about being there the day MJ died.  But what is even stranger than that is there has not been another patient or patient's family that has come forward and said they were there when he was brought in.  You know there had to be other paitents and their families there in the Emergency Room when he was brought in.  The silence says a lot.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 02:35:40 PM
Yeah people have been awfully quiet... Contracts might be a possibility. I've seen an interview with Michael's nurse, Alvarez and Kai Chase and that's about it. But then again, staff weren't allowed in certain parts of the house (for privacy purposes)... There's a thread about the silence of people/nurses/doctors who were at UCLA. It doesn't make sense to me that no one saw anything  :?

And I agree, it's great we're all communicating from different parts of the world  :)
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 02:44:10 PM
I knew about the confidentiality agreement thing(that's normal,given they were working for the most known but also secretive superstar of the world)
But this hasn't stopped fired staff from breaching it many times...
Remember thoses people that got fired and went to TV show or to interview at the time of the molestation accusations of 1993.
There were many of them..I don't think they fear that confidentiality agreement that much..If they were so chatty about the molestation case,why not be even more chatty about his death ? I mean if one witnessed his death,that would be the biggest occasion to make a buck for a greedy staff !
Or maybe he had only staff that he could be confident about ?
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 03:17:34 PM
What about the people in the sightseeing bus that just drove by when the ambulance was driving off the driveway????
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 03:28:52 PM
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What about the people in the sightseeing bus that just drove by when the ambulance was driving off the driveway????

I don't think we've heard from them...just like the staff and the people at the hospital..Like all of this never happened at all..Strange,where everyone's mouth has gone on this matter ?
Everyone that could have seen something are pretty silent...Even tough it's about a major superstar's last moment...
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:46:39 PM
There was an interview with someone from the sightseeing bus.  I can't remember where I read it and will try to find it but the person said they drove up as the ambulance was backing out. They didn't see anything.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:55:02 PM
But weren't the staff supposedly all fired on 6/25/09?  Seems to me that would void any confidentiality contract they had signed.  But to not hear a peep from ANYONE :shock:  That is unheard of.  They had to have been paid participants in a plot.  Nothing else could explain the total silence.  Especially if there were an disgruntled ex-employees running around.  They would have certainly spoken up by now.  Were any of them at the memorial or funeral?  My mind was not on them during that period of time.  Before I knew it was a movie, I mean :lol:
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 08:07:33 PM
I seen on youtube were a former security guard tried to sell one of MJ face mask so not everybody sign that agreement I find it really odd after all this time when have no real outside story from people that where there or close by
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 09:33:01 PM
Honestly those confidenality agreements are not worth the paper they are written on. Any good lawyer can break them and of the many celebs who have had former employees write books and give interviews, have you ever heard of any lawsuits for the breech of the contract?

My thoughts are that the people who work with celebs want to continue to work with other celebs and if you sell out MJ, then to coin the phrase "you'll never work in this town again". The nanny, the cooks, the gardners, the security, the house cleaners, and everybody else who were let go that day, had to find another job and talking about MJ might get you a quick check, but in the long term, it's not worth it and would not be a good career move.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 09:40:52 PM
One thing I thought was weird was Kai Chase said they were all told to leave the house "because they were going to be taking Mr. Jackson to the hospital". None of the staff witnessed him being brought downstairs and out to the ambulance.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 09:46:59 PM
I'm not speaking of selling out.  It is hard for me to digest that if something was going on of an unscrupulous nature where MJ is concerned, that not at least one person would have the balls to speak up.  Sometimes you just have to step out on faith.  On the other hand, if it were in his best interest not to speak out, save for letting the cat out of the bag and putting him in harm's way, then it would be totally honorable to keep quiet.  That is another reason I BELIEVEINTHEHOAX.  There is no other explanation.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 22, 2010, 09:56:27 PM
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One thing I thought was weird was Kai Chase said they were all told to leave the house "because they were going to be taking Mr. Jackson to the hospital". None of the staff witnessed him being brought downstairs and out to the ambulance.
either they needed to hide something, or they didn't want them to see MJ in that state.  They probably didn't want them to tip off anyone.  As for them not talking...Maybe they are under gag orders for trial.  As for the hospital...HIPA violations if they talk about MJ.  I think if we are patient, time will tell...By the way, the chef said the only other people who were present besides the body gaurds and the Dr.  was herself, the maid, and the nanny and they held hands and prayed.  There weren't that many people as we assume, like at neverland.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 23, 2010, 12:34:46 AM
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One thing I thought was weird was Kai Chase said they were all told to leave the house "because they were going to be taking Mr. Jackson to the hospital". None of the staff witnessed him being brought downstairs and out to the ambulance.

Wow :shock: , I have never heard this statement before that the staff was told to leave the house because Mr. Jackson was being taken to the hospital.  Wow, that is a remarkable statement. :shock:  Does anyone has a link for this statement in article?  :?:  :?:

Here is what I found about the staff being fired 30 minutes after MJ's supposed death:

http://michaeljacksonnotdead.wordpress. ... appraised/

Michael Jackson’s Employees Fired Within Minutes

Within 30-minutes from the confirmation that Michael Jackson had ‘passed-away’, all of his personal employees were fired by AEG.   Rather then reacting to the death of Michael Jackson, AEG very methodically fired his staff – within minutes.  It would make sense if this had happened on the following day or even a few days later, but not within minutes.   It almost seems as though this was pre-planned, and that there were a certain numbers of steps to follow in staging this death.  Of course by firing these employees, it would be easier to get access to the security tapes, stage the oxygen tanks and IV stands, throw things around the bedroom, and create the stage for this hoax, since there will be no witnesses.   Also note that days before his ‘death’, Michael Jackson’s employees were not allowed to enter his bedroom.  So no one would know whether he had in fact been taking the drugs or not, nor provide any accounts of seeing the lack or presence of oxygen tanks and IV equipment in his bedroom.
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Re: The Staff at the House...

  • on: January 23, 2010, 09:09:50 AM
They interviewed Adrian Mc Manus too didn't they. MJ's housekeeper. But it was a horrible interview.  :evil:
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