From braintree!user.centcon.com!tstream Fri Jan 19 06:48:56 1996
From: email@example.com (Transtream Incorporated)
Subject: Jackson Divorce Ordered?
Date: 19 Jan 1996 15:51:43 GMT
Organization: BrainTree Ltd.
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18/Jan/96 - KFI A.M. 640 Los Angeles, 5:00 to 6:00 p.m.,
the "John and Ken Show" had news of Lisa Marie Presley Jackson
and Michael Jackson's pending divorce. John and Ken asked
callers the question, "What led to this break up."
One caller mentioned that Lisa was a $cientologist and that
the cult pays heavy attention to public relations and publicity
surrounding public figures and that Lisa isn't her own boss
when it comes to makeing such decisions as marriage and life in
general (something we all here know to be 100% true.)
The caller suggested that it's quite possible that the cult
put pressure and intimidation on Lisa to get Michael to become
something of a shill for the cult and even mentioned David
Miscivage by name. If this is true, perhaps Michael's refusal
to endorse the criminal cult caused Lisa to drop him. It may
even be possible that the marriage was ___ORDERED___ by the
cult and, when Michael wouldn't profess fealty to the cult and
its masters, Michael was threatened with divorce which later
KFI Radio hits all the Western States and the morning show is
the top-rated, highest listened to radio station in the United
States. The after noon / early evening show hosted by John and
Ken reaches ___MILLIONS___ of people with 50,000 watts. People
from as far away as Utah listen to the show.
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