Archive for July, 2016

A Call To Arms UK MJ Fans… The Felon is set to be on a UK Reality Show!

A call to arms to all our UK MJ Fam and fans from across the world.   Conrad Murray The Murderer has come out of the woodwork and is set to appear on “I’m A celebrity, get me out of here!” in the UK. The felon will be compensated for being on this show you can be sure and his “celebrity” status is purely based on the fact that he murdered the most famous man on the planet, Michael Jackson.Screen Shot 2016-07-24 at 3.49.36 PM

He will receive blood money from his new book about Michael and from his appearances on television promoting this fictitious book full of disgusting lies. His new publicist and manager Australian Max Markson, is  being glib in his conversations about the felon’s book and this TV show.  He is being promoted not only the UK, but around the world.  This murderer also wants to get his Physician’s license back, please read MJ Justice P’roject’s post here to get involved.

We need to go full force against ITV, who produces “I’m a Celebrity…” We are asking you to write, tweet, and make phone calls to stop this murderer from appearing on this show and making money from the death of Michael Jackson. We need to arm ourselves with knowledge, the truth and respect remembering that we our fighting for Michael. Let’s get this done TOGETHER! Let’s be Michael’s voice!

Screen Shot 2016-07-24 at 3.55.57 PMHere is the info to contact  ITV UK and some very basic information on the company. Please click on the links provided for the information.

ITV Studios (formerly ITV Productions and originally Granada Productions, the in-house production arm of Granada Television) is a television production company owned by the British television broadcaster ITV Pic.

It not only makes programmes primarily for its parent company, but also for other networks such as the BBC and Channel 4.

To comment or complain about any ITV programmes or services, please send an email to ITV Viewer Services at viewerservices@itv.com

The team can also be contacted via telephone on 0344 88 14150 (option four)

The London Television Centre, Upper Ground, London, SE1 9LT      Tel: +44 20 7157 3000

twitter account @ITV

 

Advertisements

1 Comment

%d bloggers like this: