June 20, 2011: (!) Important: Open Letter and Petition to Ms. Lynda Parrish and Julien's Auctions PDF Print E-mail





Thinking of the upcoming second anniversary of Michael Jackson's journey into the afterlife it deeply saddens us that we must address the actions of Ms. Lynda Parrish. In a time when we should only be honoring the legacy of Michael we find ourselves here defending his legacy! Ms. Lynda Parrish was the personal hairstylist of Michael Jackson. It is inconceivable that Ms. Parish would auction off or display in public very personal items she got possession of in relation to her working relationship with Michael Jackson, and we are highly appalled by her actions – to say the very least.

We have seen many trying to use their acquaintanceship or working relationship with Michael Jackson to their advantage – sometimes even if that consisted of just a single, brief and fleeting encounter. It seems that there is no limit to monetary greed or self corruption. Just how much of Michael Jackson can be bought or sold? At some point there must be a line drawn in the sand!


On and around June 6, 2011, the following and similar articles appeared on the web detailing an upcoming auction by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills.

Read full open letter and petition: http://www.change.org/petitions/open-letter-and-petition-to-ms-lynda-parrish-and-juliens-auctions-6 Please, contribute your signature for this latest petition on the left of the mentioned page. Thank you, all, in advance, as always. ..

Kind regards,

TST Team

June 17, 2011: Some Promising News To Start The Weekend.. PDF Print E-mail


Hello, everyone,

Here are the latest news from initiator and sponsor of the 'Grammys Should Honor Michael Jackson With Humanitarian Award' petition, Deborah Earle, that she kindly posted to our Facebook page on June 16: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Silenced-Truth-about-Michael-Jackson/82324869092?ref=ts

"Today, I received a message from the Recording Academy, informing me that the letter and copy of the petition on MJ's behalf were received and have been passed to the appropriate authorities. We'll see what happens next. In the meantime, fans can keep the campaign going by e-mailing This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to express support of a humanitarian award created to honor Michael."

Thank you, Deborah, as always, and to all of you who contributed your important signatures for the said endeavor. And fingers crossed that all goes as smoothly as intended. ..

Kind regards,

TST Team

June 13, 2011: Thomas Mesereau (attorney): "The man's innocent. He always was." PDF Print E-mail


On June 13, 2005, on occasion of The People of the State of California vs. Michael Joseph Jackson trial, Michael Jackson is acquitted by jurors of the Superior Court of the State of California, in the County of Santa Barbara, them concluding that the entertainer was not guilty on all 14 felony and misdemeanor charges toward a minor and his family. Six days after, his MJJ Source Team at the time will issue a substantial message of appreciation to all his friends, admirers and family members for their loyal enduring support throughout this very difficult trying period. The message has been added in this section: http://www.thesilencedtruth.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=83&Itemid=63

Truth has and will indeed continue to run marathons sooner or later. .. It will not stand being silenced endlessly.


Kind regards..

The Silenced Truth Team

June 15: Thriller Jacket: Where The Money's Going PDF Print E-mail



Author: Bryan Cain-Jackson

Published: June 10, 2011

It’s been nearly two years since the death of pop icon, Michael Jackson, and even in death he is still treated as a cash horse for many, many, many people. Michael Jackson changed the face of music forever with each and every single song on his second solo album, Thriller. He put music videos and MTV on the map with some great makeup effects, some bada** dancing zombies, and a song that everyone played at parties even when it wasn’t Halloween. He truly was the King of Pop.

Unfortunately, this eludes into yet again, how much money he will make even in death. The Thriller jacket is being auctioned off at Julien’s Auctions with a starting bid of $100,000. It is expected that the jacket will sell upwards of $400,000.

There is one thing that not many seem to care about. Where is the money going? This time, it is going to the things and people that MJ held most dear. [TST note: we can only hope]

MJ had a great many loves in his life, he loved with a passion children, his in particular, his family, his fans, and his animals that graced the Neverland Ranch. As famous and as loved as he was, he led a very lonely life. The animals that lived at the ranch were his companionship much of the time prior to becoming a parent.

Darren Julien, Founder, President and CEO of Julien’s Auctions was reached briefly for a comment on the upcoming Music Icons Exhibition. “This is very exciting.” Julien spoke enthusiastically.

“Consigners (sic) are family, the friends (Dennis Tompkins and Michael Bush) that he gave the jacket to and the primary consigner (sic) is going to be Tippi Hedren’s Shambala Wildlife Preserve,” He said, “Two of Michael’s animals from Neverland are there.”

Like MJ, Tippi Hedren is an avid animal lover and in her own right, a classic film legend. Tippi is best known for her role in the Alfred Hitchcock classic “The Birds.”



Kind regards,

TST Team


June 12: Glenn Beck (Fox News): “Our Children Are Not Only Being Shortchanged, They’re Being Turned Into Slaves” PDF Print E-mail



Here are complaints about the American education system issued by teachers:

- education policies are written by politicians and special interests groups;

- eliminate teachers’ tenure (academic freedom);

- eliminate teachers’ ‘last hired, first fired’ policy;

- bias and distortion in textbooks;

- teachers unions = just powerful political machines;

- NEA too politically active [NEA Member Benefits is committed to providing teacher and school employee benefits and support];

- God and the Bible removed from schools, replaced by intellectual neutrality;

- public schools don’t teach morals;

- huge retirement packages;

- teacher pensions;

- children aren’t allowed to fail;

- board of education controls what is taught, when it is taught;

- schools too politically correct.


Kind regards…

The Silenced Truth Team


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