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Monday, January 17, 2011

عطور جديدة لملك البوب الأمريكي في مارس المقبلNew perfumes in Michael;s name

يتوقع ان تطرح في الاسواق في مارس المقبل عطور جديدة مستوحاة من ملك البوب الأمريكي الراحل مايكل جاكسون ، حيث يعمل والده مع شركة العطور الفرنسية "رواس باريس" . وقال الرئيس التنفيذي للشركة فرانك رواس "نحن شركاء بالمناصفة مع جو جاكسون في المبيعات العالمية وحقوق التلفزة وعائدات الإعلانات، وتوصلنا إلى هذا الاتفاق بسرعة كبيرة بالرغم من ان الأمر يستغرق سنة عادة". وسيطلق عطران أحدهما للنساء ويحمل اسم جاكسون تريبيوت أي "تحية لجاكسون" والآخر للرجال واسمه "جاكسون ليجند" أي "جاكسون الأسطورة"، وهما مستوحيان من النبات الذي كان ينمو في مزرع نيفرلاند الخاصExpected to be put on the market in March next new perfume inspired by the late American pop king Michael Jackson, where his father is with the French perfume company "Rawas Paris." The company's chief executive Frank Rawas "We are partners equally with Joe Jackson in global sales and TV rights and advertising revenues, and we have reached an agreement very quickly although it usually takes years." Attaran and would be one of the women in the name of any Jackson Tribute "a tribute to Jackson" and the other men and his name is "Jackson, Legend" any "Jackson myth", the two Mistohyan of a plant that was growing in plantations Neverland for the late King of Popة بملك البوب الراحل
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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Michael Jackson's doctor to be tried for manslaughter

A judge has ordered the personal doctor of Michael Jackson to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter.




Judge Michael Pastor gave the ruling against Dr Conrad Murray at a preliminary hearing in Los Angeles.



Prosecutors say that he gave Jackson a lethal dose of a powerful anaesthetic mixed with other sedatives and then failed to provide proper care.
Michael Jackson in 2005


Dr Murray, 57, has pleaded not guilty, and says he did not give Jackson anything potentially lethal.



Judge Pastor made the order against the cardiologist on the sixth day of the hearing. He also granted a request by the California Medical Board to suspend the licence of Dr Murray to practise in the state.



Dr Murray faces up to four years in prison if convicted at trial.



'Becoming addicted'



Earlier, Detective Orlando Martinez, who interviewed Dr Murray two days after Mr Jackson's death in June 2009, gave evidence to the court.



Mr Martinez told the hearing Dr Murray said that Jackson told him on the day he died he would have to cancel his comeback concerts in London unless he had a dose of the anaesthetic, propofol.



Michael Jackson was rehearsing for a series of concerts in London when he died The detective said Dr Murray admitted giving Jackson it after a night administering lesser drugs to help him sleep.



The doctor said he then left the room for "two minutes" to go to the bathroom, but on returning found the singer had stopped breathing, Mr Martinez said.



Dr Murray started to try to resuscitate Mr Jackson but told the detective he did not call for an ambulance himself because "he said he was caring for his patient and he did not want to neglect him".



Prosecutors say that phone records show the doctor made a series of other calls before an ambulance was finally called more than an hour later.

Conrad Murray accompanied by police officers

Mr Martinez also said Dr Murray told him he had given Mr Jackson doses of propofol six nights a week for two months but was trying to wean him off the drug as he feared his patient was becoming addicted.



During closing arguments at the hearing, Dr Murray's lawyer, Joseph Low, said the case should be dismissed because prosecutors had not adequately proved how Dr Murray caused Jackson's death. He also said Jackson's health may have been a contributing cause
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Friday, January 7, 2011

Michael Jackson pics.

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