Monday, August 6, 2012

Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Trial…Reason's To Believe It was Scripted?

Yes, we’re back to death hoax, and by now I am probably giving some of you whiplash. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that foul play was explored here in a big way. So big that it might have had some of you believing that I was leaning that way and forgetting all about the death hoax angle. But, I want to go on record as saying that, although I do see some major things pointing to foul play and Michael Jackson being murdered, I have not abandoned the possibility that Michael Jackson still could have staged his own death, because there are still some things that don’t add up even with the foul play angle.

So this brings me back to the Conrad Murray’s Involuntary Manslaughter Trial and the odd things that occurred during it. Let’s face it this trial made even soap operas light in comparison and that isn’t a good thing. Anyway, as we have discussed in other blog entries there were the odd objects that kept showing up in the room during this trial (remember at one time there was an elephant in the room, a stuffed rabbit, a pumpkin, to name but a few), and then of course the strange verdict with the words of alleged victim and alleged date. Once again, the word alleged means without proof. Then there was the fact that the victim was referred to as Michael Joseph Jackson, when according to the Jackson family and his own 2005' trial Michael’s full legal name was Michael Joe Jackson. No court would mess this up believe me, they would want to make certain they had the name correct, after all this is supposed to be a legal proceeding, right?

Now comes the basis for this blog entry, recently, I was watching the Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Trial out on YouTube.com again.  I have to tell you all that I have watched this trial a whole lot of times.  But, during this time I noticed something strange and it made me have to question if in fact this trial really was scripted as some have claimed. I was watching lead defense attorney, Ed Chernoff questioning AEG head, Randy Phillips when all of a sudden the camera switched over to a close-up of Prosecutor, David Walgren who was observing the questioning and then a few moments later objected to the question.  Now, you might be saying what is so strange about this, right?  Well, if you saw the video clip you would have to ask yourself how the cameraman knew to bring his camera angle on Prosecutor Walgren before he even objected.  Basically, how did he know he was going to object at that time without being signaled in some way of knowing this?  Did he have a script that said, "Camera angle on Walgren"?

Here is the clip of what I am referring to and pay close attention to how the camera focuses in on Prosecutor Walgren before he even says anything.


Did you notice it? Hopefully, you noticed what I did.  Think about it, he had yet to object, he had yet to even open his mouth, but the camera had zeroed in on him as if expecting him to say something. Why didn't the camera remain on Mr. Chernoff who was speaking at that moment? I mean, wouldn’t the camera have stayed focused on Mr. Chernoff and not Walgren, until Walgren opened his mouth.

It was kind of like the current seasons of the television show, "Dancing with the Stars" where Tom Bergeron is announcing which couple is still in the competition, but the cameraman zeroes in on the couple before Bergeron even opens his mouth. If you've never seen this television show, the cameraman on "Dancing with the Stars" knows what is about to happen next, so he just angle his camera in on that couple before we even know the results. 

So if the Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Trial wasn't scripted how in the world did the cameraman know what was about to happen? Cameramen would only know such things if they were told in advance, and were being given directions by a director, which brings us all back to the possibility that this whole trial could very well have been scripted. So once again, here we are with yet another odd thing that happened during the Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Trial.

So was it scripted, and if so why?  You be the judge.

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