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Michael Jackson’s mom wants to intervene in lawsuit against singer’s estate

MyNewsLA.com

February 17, 2017

Michael Jackson’s mother is seeking a judge’s permission to intervene as a plaintiff in a lawsuit brought against her late son’s estate by four people who maintain they had interests in a company the singer created before his 2009 death.

Lawyers for the Jackson estate maintain the estate owns 100 percent of the Michael Jackson Co. because the singer was the sole owner when he was alive. However, in her  court papers, 86-year-old Katherine Jackson agrees with the other claimants that she has a 10 percent interest in the entity. She says the executors, John Branca and John McClain,  “failed to properly apprise her” of the proceedings.

 

Islamic preacher’s brother involved in swindling cash: ED

The Asian Age

February 19, 2017

Mumbai: Investigation in the money laundering case registered by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik has revealed the alleged involvement of his brother Mohammad Abdul Karim Naik in the swindling activity, sources said.

Karim Naik was the “second in command” and was associated with several trusts where the donated money was swindled, ED sources said.

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