Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

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Offline Aintnosunshine

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Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 03, 2010, 05:32:50 PM
A good one - just watch
[youtube:isd9hexq]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOPB9PKHqO8[/youtube:isd9hexq]
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 03, 2010, 05:42:28 PM
Watching..... waiting......   um... theres nothing there.   :lol:
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 03, 2010, 06:27:39 PM
The documents on the description:

FRANK DILEO - ALLGOOD ENTERTAINMENT CONTRACT:
http://connect.docuter.com/downloaddocu ... nttype=pdf

BRANCA TERMINATION LETTER OF 2003
Michael instructed Branca to resign from all positions & return ORIGINALS of all documents!!!!!
Judge Beckloff please ask Branca how does he have an original of MJ will?
http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_NiWiL9dw-Po/S ... letter.jpg

This together with the Thome Thome letter firing him...
This people...
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 03, 2010, 07:49:11 PM
What a genius Michael is..........He has out-smarted them too.

He can't come back though, until these people are behind bars.

I have researched them, and they are all connected to the Mafia.  Mafia people make alot of money from illegal contracts, and embezzlement........Makes a hell of alot of sense to me.

Thanks for sharing this video.  Loved it.  
As always, with L.O.V.E  xoxo
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 08:37:54 AM
This is more than a 1000 piece jig saw puzzle!

But piece by piece by piece it is going to unveil...

@somekindofasign, thank you for the complete documents, do you have a clear picture now  with Thome involved as well?
The connecting dots are slowly coming, but I still miss the final points!
Please, let me know the picture you have in mind now, thank you for your well-thought contributions btw! Do you study philosophy?
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 10:55:17 AM
this is a fantastic video - thank you for sharing  - my feelings
if mike is dead and i getting there more now, the chess pieces were there

kill box -  they call it - mike was in the kill box

mike knew he was in the kill box, he told pp he felt scared .. remember his own words - he did not have emotional or mental health problems he had clarity
who could he turn to - who could help he sound in tears and in panic when he spoke to that woman - i read on this site pp saying listen to mike - but are we - we still dont hear - do you?
... so who are you going to believe.

if it was an accident - through dr malpractice - then that was convenient
so really justice4mj is heading down the wrong direction - this will become a distraction - a useful distraction. the court hearing is thus a distraction.

the memorial and funeral - funded or filmed by who, TII all distractions, they are getting away with it - under our very noses and further more we are buying in to it
hence pap joe saying murray is a fall guy

the family make noise about others but fail to commit, oxman says there is no proof, this death conspiracy against high power commercial pp is unlikely to touch them -

just like the marilyn theories
proof we are never doing to get

if they were placing mj in the kill box what can anyone do - but it only takes one strong person to make that change  - but are they that smart - they leave a trail on in words and print - but it still not enough.

could the hoax be the smoke to hide a murder or a person being placed in the kill box
remember the person who has control of he legacy has the real contol -
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 11:34:21 AM
the stuff that has come out is a distraction - arnie and jason
the stuff from the body guards a distraction
pp dont want you to find the clues
pp dont want you to get close
maybe the answer is there and has been there all the time
we have the puzzle pieces we just cant read them yet
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 11:51:59 AM
one thing - who is going to believe a man when he says he is scared

a man who has been falsely branded and a man who believes in magic and loves peter pan

are you guys following my thoughts...

who are you believing now

mike said and that they did not think that he could out smart them

but maybe that was one battle, it wasnt the war... do you get me?

question is did he escape the kill box or not

i dont believe that mike is in witness protection - i dont think pp believed him  - i think he was managing things himself - what else could he do - no help - no where
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 12:24:30 PM
Quote from: "somekindofsign"
The documents on the description:

FRANK DILEO - ALLGOOD ENTERTAINMENT CONTRACT:
http://connect.docuter.com/downloaddocu ... nttype=pdf

I downloaded this contract and came across this:

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PURCHASER to supply ARTIST/S with adequate equipment for appearance (SEE ATTACHED RIDER TO FOLLOW), PURCHASER requests the services of ARTIST/S for attendance and/or participation in radio, television, and other media interviews.

NOW WHERE IS THAT RIDER..?  Show me the signed rider please, because without a signed rider there is no contract at all.
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 01:48:11 PM

You might be right, Mo. Same situation as with the AEG contract for up to 50 concerts. We just dont know if this is all there is --- or if there were parts that did not go public (for whatever reason).

Fact is: if both contracts were valid - Michael DID HAVE a major problem. If they were not, well. what is this all about? HOAX? I would love to believe ... If one of them was valid and the other one was not (either way) ... it would be a case for those lawyers / administartors of  the estate.

And didn`t Frank Dileo state he just signed a kind of pre-contract, i.e. a contract not on MJ`s behalf but to just go and try to to convince him of that deal?

Do we get closer tosome facts?
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 04, 2010, 02:03:50 PM
why did the letter go public but not the contract for 50+ shows?

and what about the rider, for the house and furnishings etc?
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 11:17:38 AM
And no date mentioned. Quite unusual,or was it blacked out?
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 11:20:16 AM
Quote from: "the arabian nights"
the stuff that has come out is a distraction - arnie and jason
the stuff from the body guards a distraction
pp dont want you to find the clues
pp dont want you to get close
maybe the answer is there and has been there all the time
we have the puzzle pieces we just cant read them yet

Quoted for emphasis.
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 11:48:24 AM
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The TII contract without rider...

http://www.radaronline.com/sites/defaul ... ntract.pdf

Sorry for my ignorance,english is not my first language...what is a "rider"???? :oops:
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 11:55:33 AM
Yes what exactly is a rider in contractual terms? Just so I can understand better. Thanks. Mo or Souza or my legal experts here!  :)
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 02:14:52 PM
In theater (and musical performance), a rider is a set of requests or demands that a performer will set as criteria for performance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rider_(theater)
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Re: Frank Dileo and Allgood Contract ... watch!!

  • on: May 05, 2010, 02:39:20 PM
Quote from: "somekindofsign"
In theater (and musical performance), a rider is a set of requests or demands that a performer will set as criteria for performance.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rider_(theater)

Oh ok,I understand now!Thanks ;)
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