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All That Glitters book. Michael Jackson however wanted to give the impression to the mother and the stepfather and his own people that Evan only wanted money. That had to be it, right.

All That Glitters book. The infamous Schwartz-Chandler tape was set up, but contrary to popular belief there is no sign that Evan wanted money. The transcript is online to read for anybody in doubt. Evan wanted his son safe, and away from Michael Jackson, and that was all, and its clear.

Then we have this book by Raymond Chandler. He was allowed to do whatever he wanted to do, with the implicit approval of every single vulture who covered his trail. After reading about Jordie Chandler's relationship with Michael Jackson, and most importantly watching YouTube video after YouTube video of Michael interacting with Jordie (and other children like Brett Barnes), we have to admit that we came to a startling conclusion: Michael was in love with Jordie. There is no doubt in our minds that there is so much, much more to the story of Michael Jackson but now, instead of Sony pulling the strings, we now have the Estate pulling the strings under the guise of 'helping his children'.

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Raymond Chandler was born in New York City in 1946. He attended SUNY Stony Brook, where he earned a . After moving to Santa Barbara, California in 1976, he worked in the construction field for twenty years. from the Santa Barbara College of Law and was admitted to the bar in 2001. He currently practices law in Santa Barbara.

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The uncle of the alleged victim in the Michael Jackson child sexual abuse scandal in 1993 discusses his young nephew's relationship with the superstar and the legal pursuit of the case against Jackson.

Comments: (7)

Nightscar
I purchased this book seeking the truth. What I got sounded more like the unibombers manifesto.It spends most of the book making Evan Chandler's excuses for his delusional behavior. It nitpicks at every remark while quoting peopel that had an axe to grind , fired employees mostly. What it does do is give a first hand report to the fact that Evan Chandler actually did plant false memories in his sons head during a dental procedure.I say if you are only interested in the ravings of a madman read it, but be sure you understand it for what it is. It is actually the confession of a father who sold his son out in an attempt to become rich.He even confesses that it took more thant an hour after the dental proceedure and the confession of lying about what he knew saying that he had the bedroom bugged to produce the desired effect of false memory. Jordan if you are out there please go to see a qualified professional to right this thing in you mind, it is the only way for you to find the peace of mind you need and become a whole person again.
Zut
The byline on this book should be: Apologist to an extortion. The book is clearly written in direct response to Mary Fischer's GQ article and uncle Ray tries his best to refute the months of research done in preparation for that article. The main problem with this book is that Raymond Chandler had very little contact with the "characters" about which he writes. Clearly, his greedy brother did not share any of the money with him so Ray decided to write his own book from an insider's perspective. However, Ray had very little to offer in that regard. He knows that his brother is a money-hungry pig so he can factually write about his experiences on that issue. However, he had no contact with Jordie and could not describe anything that occurred there. It is important to note that Ray Chandler has repeatedly stated over the years that he felt bad about the impact that the allegations had on Michael's career. Does that make sense to anyone if he truly believed that Michael had molested his nephew?

More importantly, while many interviews were not published, Evan Chandler spoke to anyone who would listen to his tale. His conversations with others contradicted those included in uncle Ray's book. Uncle Ray does one very interesting thing: he makes a number of carefully disguised admissions that show it was an extortion. I believe that was the true intent of the book.
Tamesya
"All That Glitters" is an interesting story, but a lot of it is conjuncture and mostly speculation on the author's part. Keep in mind, the keyword is "story". Raymond Chandler admits that he had no contact with his brother (the father of the boy who made an allegation against Michael Jackson nearly 16 years ago), yet he has enough opinions and "facts" to fill up an entire book. What is questionable is even by the author's own account (and this is not a pro-Michael book) he shows how money-motivated and greedy his brother was. It was both perplexing and auspicious to read how supposedly the child's parent basically let his son do whatever he pleased and then cooked up the scheme to soak Michael Jackson out of funds. The author also details how the father was very interested to have Michael finance his screenplay which may explain why the father turned on him when it was never sold. Since the recent and tragic death of Michael Jackson reports have begun to circulate stating that Raymond Chandler's nephew denied all of the '93 allegations. I would like to know what the author thinks about this. The only thing this book proves is that Michael Jackson was too trusting as far as greedy and money-hungry people were concerned.
Dddasuk
Ahhhh the enigma that is Michael Jackson! On the one hand, there is a whole slew of people who say that they witnessed incidents of molestation, children who claim to have been molested and allegations of massive hush money payouts to the parents of said children. On the other hand, there is a whole slew of people who say that Michael Jackson was a man in a child's body, possessive of a child's mind, a world famous pop star who could NEVER have hurt a child. As usual, we are left to make up our own minds using our own opinions based on our own thought processes.

Inexplicably, when Michael Jackson died, we were confounded. How on earth could such a famous, valuable (in the eyes of Sony and all the other leeches) and enigmatic man die such a tawdry death? We were so confounded that we spent pretty much all of our spare time for the following year researching the life of Michael Jackson and all the claims made of his actions, both positive and negative. What we came up with, after that year of reading and unraveling, was one clear fact: Michael Jackson was surrounded by evil. The recording industry is an evil entity. The vultures who run it use their chattel to make money, and make money they will.

Michael Jackson was encouraged to live a hedonistic lifestyle. Sony used that hedonism to use Michael Jackson and to ultimately destroy him. That's it in a nutshell. Michael didn't walk around like a heartbroken zombie entirely because of the child abuse allegations, although of course those allegations destroyed the only thing he really had (his career) and made him a laughingstock of the world. No. Michael Jackson was bitter and defeated because the playa got played by Sony: they owned him. Michael Jackson earned millions and millions of dollars and spent the lot, encouraged into bankruptcy and destitution by the very entities that built him up. Once we began researching his 'investments' and expenditures, it wasnt difficult to see a pattern of massive lifestyle inflation.

Then we have this book by Raymond Chandler. After reading about Jordie Chandler's relationship with Michael Jackson, and most importantly watching YouTube video after YouTube video of Michael interacting with Jordie (and other children like Brett Barnes), we have to admit that we came to a startling conclusion: Michael was in love with Jordie. It is as plain as day. Michael's actions speak louder than words and nothing speaks louder than watching his interactions with Jordie Chandler in Monaco. Watch the videos as impartially as you possibly can. If you can be bothered to read everything and anything you can find regarding Michael Jackson during his heyday, and then document his steady public decline after 1993, you will find that Raymond Chandler's book carries a ring of truth.

Michael Jackson's life was a tangled web of lies, deceit, and image whitewashing. No man on your street would be allowed to spend night after night sleeping with your 8 year old so let's put that fact out there. The parents were indeed starstruck and flattered that Michael wanted to befriend their young boy but the sleeping in bed with young boys (by Michael's own televised admission) is NOT NORMAL.

Michael was the golden goose laying the golden eggs and there was no way that he was going to be allowed to ruin that for ANY of the recording companies that he was under contract to. He was allowed to do whatever he wanted to do, with the implicit approval of every single vulture who covered his trail. There is no doubt in our minds that there is so much, much more to the story of Michael Jackson but now, instead of Sony pulling the strings, we now have the Estate pulling the strings under the guise of 'helping his children'. We call BS on that. Michael continues to be used in death as he was in life.
Having said that, the story is far from over regarding the children. They are the ones who will continue to live with the child molestation rumors for as long as they are alive.

Read Chandler's book. Form your own opinion. You only have to just scratch the surface to begin to expose the evil with which Michael Jackson was surrounded. It is absolutely that evil that contributed wholly to Michael Jackson's demise. He had the tiger by the tail but that tiger turned on him and ate him whole.
All That Glitters: The Crime and the Cover-up download epub
Arts & Literature
Author: Raymond Chandler
ISBN: 0975914723
Category: Biographies & Memoris
Subcategory: Arts & Literature
Language: English
Publisher: Midpoint Trade Books; First Edition edition (September 1, 2004)
Pages: 271 pages