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12 Jul 2013

http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/michael-jackson-love-notes-kids-article-1.1396997

Michael Jackson’s handwritten letters with his children reveal caring father, says lawyer

The King of Pop’s nephew Taj Jackson authenticated the handwriting during his testimony at the highly covered trial over the singer’s untimely death. Defendant AEG Live fought against having the notes presented to the courtroom.


	LONDON - OCTOBER 12: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME) Singer Michael Jackson (C) walks with his children, Prince and Paris, as they visit Harrods October 12, 2005 in London, England. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images)

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Michael Jackson pictured with his two older childen in London in 2005.

The King of Pop scrawled one of the notes on a scrap of paper to remember a tender exchange with his younger son, Blanket.

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“Words of Blanket my son 6 years young,” the pop superstar wrote to introduce a quote attributed to his third-born child.

“What’s your favorite letters Daddy? Mine is ‘G’ for God and ‘D’ for Daddy,” reads the quote written in black pen on white paper.

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“Words of Blanket my son 6 years young,” Jackson wrote. “What’s your favorite letters Daddy? Mine is ‘G’ for God and ‘D’ for Daddy,”

 

“Words of Blanket my son 6 years young,” Jackson wrote. “What’s your favorite letters Daddy? Mine is ‘G’ for God and ‘D’ for Daddy,”

Jurors also saw a pencil and paper note Jackson’s daughter carefully composed for her dad with ample eraser marks and a heart used to dot the “i” in her name.

“Dear Daddy, I love you so much & I’m so glad I got a goodnight hug,” Paris wrote. “Sleep well, I love you & good night. I’ll see you tomorrow! XOX Goodnight. Lots of love, Paris Jackson”

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Lawyers for Katherine Jackson fought for days to get the notes admitted saying they show the immense love Michael had for his kids and the depths of the family’s loss with his untimely death on June 25, 2009.

Katherine Jackson is suing concert promoter AEG Live for wrongful death saying the company’s executives negligently hired the doctor who overdosed her son and should be held financially liable.

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“Dear Daddy, I love you so much & I’m so glad I got a goodnight hug,” Paris wrote. “Sleep well, I love you & good night. I’ll see you tomorrow! XOX Goodnight. Lots of love, Paris Jackson”

 

“Dear Daddy, I love you so much & I’m so glad I got a goodnight hug,” Paris wrote. “Sleep well, I love you & good night. I’ll see you tomorrow! XOX Goodnight. Lots of love, Paris Jackson”

AEG denies any wrongdoing, claiming Jackson personally hired the doctor and secretly begged for the intravenous anesthetic that accidentally killed him.

AEG fought against admission of the notes, saying it was impossible to say when and where the notes were written.

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The judge finally agreed to admit them, along with testimony from Michael’s beloved nephew Taj Jackson that authenticated their handwriting.

The son of Michael’s older brother Tito Jackson, Taj Jackson said he found them in a box in Jackson’s master bedroom after his death.

Taj Jackson, 39, also said Thursday that his famous uncle planned to make movies with him and Jackson’s older son, Prince, once his ill-fated “This Is It” concert series ended.

Taj Jackson said the promise came during a family party celebrating Katherine and Joe Jackson's wedding anniversary in May 2009.

“His last words to me were, ‘After this, we’'re going to do film,’” Taj Jackson testified at the end of the 11th week of testimony in the Los Angeles case.

ndillon@nydailynews.com



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