Michael Jacksons ‘s 272 MILLION DOLLARS in loans with Bank of America, accrued up to 1998 continuing to 2004 , with MJ in the dirty hands of MJ Estate ‘s executor John Branca and friends
Do people understand the #fact that the 272 MILLION DOLLARS of loans that #MichaelJackson accrued with Bank Of America up to the year 1998 continuing to the year 2004 , were accrued under the “management” (cheating and fuckeries) of crook John Branca and his friends, for Sony ‘s benefits ?
This is the history of the MJPT and of the MJ-ATV and the loans on them.
Year 2006: Michael Jackson talking about his problems related to the loans he had with Bank of America, and who and what was behind the problems
People working around 2005/2006 for Michael Jackson, for helping MJ while he was facing the problems that branca, sony and their friends were creating on MJ, while MJ was even going through the false allegations that MJ told us were linked to his catalog that sony wanted
MJP-ATV Publishing trust ‘s 200 MILLION of accrued loans of Michael Jackson with Bank of America. 140 Million dollars accrued through the years up to December 23, 1998, with MJ in the dirty hands of John Branca for years and then also Myung-Ho Lee , to September 30, 2002 with MJ in the dirty hands of to John Branca and Barry Siegel .
December 27, 2010 ‘s papers – 45 Million in loans with Bank of America, with Michael Jackson under the dirty hands of John Branca and Myung-Ho Lee
September 30, 2002 ‘s papers – 11.6 Million in loans with Bank of America, with Michael Jackson under the dirty hands of John Branca and Barry Siegel
From 140 million in loans accrued through the year up to the year 1998, to 200 million in loans in 2002 :
MJPT (MJ Publishing trust) ‘s 72.5 MILLION of accrued loans with Bank of America. September 1999 to March 2004 ‘s papers , with MJ passing through the dirty hands of John Branca and Myung-Ho Lee and McClain and Malnik.
In September 27, 2005 , John Branca filed an injunction against Michael Jackson , blocking MJ refinancing and risking MJ to foreclose