Russian president tells to stop talking about his 2012 meeting with Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson is Alive


A spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin’s office has warned in an official letter to stop publishing “any account of President Putin’s meeting with Michael Jackson on Nov. 18, 19, 20 and 21, 2012 until a complete statement on Jackson’s performances in Moscow is released through official channels.”

The suggestion that Jackson is alive, visited Putin three years after his alleged “drug-induced death of a heart attack” and now is planning to perform at least two concerts in Moscow as part of a comeback tour is difficult to deny.

The spokeswoman identified herself as press deputy Katrina Kolakov, and contacted our offices via a courier-delivered diplomatic pouch sent from Washington, D.C. The courier did not speak English and, according to the secretary who accepted the package, “wasn’t friendly and he was wearing a shoulder holster.”

“The story stands,” said Derek Clontz, publisher of “Clearly, we’ve hit a sensitive nerve. But Mr. Putin, for whom I have the deepest respect, ought to be forthcoming with details. Millions of fans want to know what’s going on.

“My sources in Russia are gathering the facts. If Mr. Putin doesn’t tell us what’s happening, my team and I will. Of course, maybe the most authoritative spokesman of all will step forward, that being Michael himself, of course.”

Archival report follows: has learned that Pravda has deep-sixed “a now confirmed report” that Michael Jackson was, in fact, alive and did, in fact, visit Moscow on Nov. 18, 19, 20 and 21, 2012, three years after his reported “death” of a drug-induced heart attack. Both government and newspaper sources say the report was blocked by no less a figure than Russian President Alexandr Putin, who was photographed with Jackson during the visit. More as this story develops.

Archival report follows:

Russia’s iconic “Pravda” newspaper has postponed publication of a story that was supposed to appear in today’s editions that says Michael Jackson was alive and visited Moscow as late as Nov. 17, 2012, three years after he is alleged to have died from a drug-induced heart attack. “Pravda”, translated into English, means “truth.”

A spokesman for the publication contacted by telephone played the postponement close to the vest, saying only that “one of our sources failed a lie detector test” regarding the date of Jackson’s alleged visit. That source maintains the accuracy of his statement, however, and is scheduled to be tested again on Tuesday, the spokesman said.

Newspaper staff members who requested anonymity said the “thrust of the story” –  that Jackson was in Moscow after his purported death on June 25, 2009 – “is not in question.”

Michael Jackson in Russia

Vladimir Putin

“Only the date of his visit is at issue,” said an editor who has worked directly on the report. A senior editorial assistant added: “There is a photograph that shows Michael Jackson standing beside (Russia’s President) Alexandr Putin who is holding up a newspaper dated Nov. 6, 2012.

“Photographic experts are trying to determine if the picture has been altered. I think we’ll know something this week.”

More on this story as it develops.

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10 thoughts on “Russian president tells to stop talking about his 2012 meeting with Michael Jackson

  1. Simon says:

    Editor’s note: A reader’s vulgar message demeaning all women by use of the “C-word” – considered by most people to be the vilest word in the English language – has been deleted. Please, out of respect for our readers and Michael Jackson, keep comments civil and respectful. Everyone is entitled to an opinion, but not every opinion is worthy of publication. No profanity is allowed. No language demeaning Michael Jackson will be published. No language demeaning women will be tolerated.

  2. Rachel says:

    hmmm…… matter, he’s alive, whether or I think he was in Russia or not…….
    just respect others opinion, that is all…..this is civil place, thats good, so many sites arent………thank you!!!!

  3. Greet says:

    How could he have been there if November 2013 is in the future? Should it be perhaps 2012? Or is this a joke? Editor’s Note: Typo. 2012 is correct. as noted in our “archival” (original) report, to which this additional reporting is an update. Thank you for reporting the mistake. We appreciate you!

  4. Beep beep says:

    You should post pics of Said letter you claim to recieve from put said Russian pres. Derek says: Our lawyers are looking it over. I’ll publish as soon as they give me the go-ahead.

  5. Andi says:

    I can’t wait to see the pic.

  6. Irina says:

    For the first, “Pravda” newspaper used to be the honest one after collapse of the USSR, now it`s the same tabloid as “Moskovsky Komsomolets” and others. Dear journalists, please, respect your readers, dont`l lie and check the information you get and write. Russia has only one President – VLADIMIR Putin, not Alexandr Putin (“There is a photograph that shows Michael Jackson standing beside (Russia’s President) Alexandr Putin who is holding up a newspaper dated Nov. 6, 2012.).
    “If you read it in a magazine or you see it on a TV screen doesn`t make it actual” (Tabloid junkie, MJ)

  7. Claudio says:

    I enjoy looking through a post that can make people think.
    Also, many thanks for permitting me to comment!

  8. Thaissa says:

    Derek, did you get the pictures? Wanted to see them both. The putnam may not hiding it. This would be a concrete proof that Mike can even alive. And congratulations on your website and blog!! Very good!

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