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2023.05.30 14:17 Then_Marionberry_259 MAY 30, 2023 VZLA.V VIZSLA SILVER EXTENDS HIGH-GRADE MINERALIZATION AT LA LUISA AND DEFINES NEW EXPLORATION TARGET TO THE NORTH
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VANCOUVER, BC , May 30, 2023 /CNW/ - Vizsla Silver Corp. (TSXV: VZLA) (NYSE: VZLA) ( Frankfurt : 0G3) (" Vizsla Silver " or the " Company ") is pleased to report results from five new drillholes targeting the recently discovered "La Luisa" Vein located ~700 metres west of the Napoleon Area resource, at its 100%-owned flagship Panuco silver-gold project ("Panuco" ) in Mexico
Details of the La Luisa vein discovery
The Luisa Vein is located approximately 700 metres to the west of Napoleon in the southwest portion of the Panuco district. The structure has been mapped on surface for approximately 1,500 metres with an average strike of N30°W and dip of 70° - 80° to the northeast. La Luisa does not currently host any resources. To date, Vizsla Silver has reported 20 holes from La Luisa outlining a mineralized footprint approximately 350 metres long by 450 metres down dip with a weighted average grade of 577 g/t AgEq (246 g/t silver, 4.37 g/t gold, 0.33 % lead and 1.18 % zinc) and average width 1.85 mTW. The upper levels of the vein are hosted primarily by rhyolite tuffs (the upper part of the regional lower volcanic sequence) , whereas deeper vein-intercepts occur in the more favourable diorite host rock.
Initial shallow drilling at La Luisa returned significant gold concentrations with relatively low silver and base metals values. The higher gold to silver and base metals ratios observed are analogous to the previously reported shallow "gold rich" horizon at the southern end of Napoleon. Interpretations based on metal zonation and alteration at Napoleon suggest that the vein corridor has been tilted, with the southern extent being at the top of the mineralized horizon, near surface (see the Company's press releases dated December 16, 2021 , and October 12, 2022 , respectively). Deeper drilling at La Luisa, including holes NP-22-345 and NP-23-358 intercepted vein mineralization marked by higher silver concentrations, suggestive of shoot- or top-shoot elevation.
In addition to drilling, recent surface mapping and sampling along strike to the northwest at La Luisa has confirmed a wider vein expression with higher silver and gold concentrations at surface (up to 428 g/t Ag and 1.54 g/t). This discovery further supports the hypothesis that mineralization is tilted to the southeast in a similar fashion to Napoleon (Figure 2). Vizsla Silver plans to mobilize a drill rig to test this high-priority target in the near-term.
Vizsla Silver is currently exploring La Luisa with two drill rigs. Given the ongoing success of the local exploration model, the Company added a second rig to drill from the west side of the vein (Figure 3). This drilling from the west provided data to further refine our interpretations of previously reported vein intercepts for hole NP-22-345 (see the Company's press release dated March 20, 2023). The revised interpretation shows the high-grade intercept of 1,967 g/t AgEq over 2.45 mTW is a hanging-wall vein splay and not the main La Luisa vein. The estimated true widths ("TW") were recalculated for this hole considering the new interpretation.
About the Panuco Project
The newly consolidated Panuco silver-gold project is an emerging high-grade discovery located in southern Sinaloa, Mexico , near the city of Mazatlán. The 7,189.5-hectare, past producing district benefits from over 86 kilometres of total vein extent, 35 kilometres of underground mines, roads, power, and permits.
The district contains intermediate to low sulfidation epithermal silver and gold deposits related to siliceous volcanism and crustal extension in the Oligocene and Miocene. Host rocks are mainly continental volcanic rocks correlated to the Tarahumara Formation.
The Panuco Project hosts an estimated in-situ indicated mineral resource of 104.8 Moz AgEq and an in-situ inferred resource of 114.1 Moz AgEq. An updated NI 43-101 technical report titled "Technical Report on the Mineral Resource Estimate Update for the Panuco Ag-Au-Pb-Zn Project, Sinaloa State, Mexico " was filed on SEDAR on March 10, 2023 , with an effective date of January 19, 2023 was prepared by Allan Armitage, Ph. D., P. Geo., Ben Eggers, MAIG, P.Geo. and Yann Camus, P.Eng. of SGS Geological Services.
About Vizsla Silver
Vizsla Silver is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company headquartered in Vancouver, BC , focused on advancing its flagship, 100%-owned Panuco silver-gold project located in Sinaloa, Mexico Panuco leading to the discovery of several new high-grade veins. For 2023, Vizsla Silver has budgeted +90,000 metres of resource/discovery-based drilling designed to upgrade and expand the mineral resource, as well as test other high priority targets across the district.
Quality Assurance / Quality Control
Drill core samples were shipped to ALS Limited in Zacatecas , Zacatecas, Mexico and in North Vancouver, Canada for sample preparation and for analysis at the ALS laboratory in North Vancouver and rock samples were shipped to SGS Lab in Durango Mexico for sample preparation and analysis. The ALS Zacatecas, North Vancouver facilities and SGS lab are ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 17025 certified. Silver and base metals were analyzed using a four-acid digestion with an ICP finish and gold was assayed by 30-gram fire assay with atomic absorption ("AA") spectroscopy finish. Over limit analyses for silver, lead and zinc were re-assayed using an ore-grade four-acid digestion with AA finish.
Control samples comprising certified reference samples, duplicates and blank samples were systematically inserted into the sample stream and analyzed as part of the Company's quality assurance / quality control protocol.
In accordance with NI 43-101, Martin Dupuis , P.Geo., COO, is the Qualified Person for the Company and has reviewed and approved the technical and scientific content of this news release.
Information Concerning Estimates of Mineral Resources
The scientific and technical information in this news release was prepared in accordance with NI 43-101 which differs significantly from the requirements of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (the "SEC"). The terms "measured mineral resource", "indicated mineral resource" and "inferred mineral resource" used herein are in reference to the mining terms defined in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum Standards (the "CIM Definition Standards"), which definitions have been adopted by NI 43-101. Accordingly, information contained herein providing descriptions of our mineral deposits in accordance with NI 43-101 may not be comparable to similar information made public by other U.S. companies subject to the United States federal securities laws and the rules and regulations thereunder.
You are cautioned not to assume that any part or all of mineral resources will ever be converted into reserves. Pursuant to CIM Definition Standards, "inferred mineral resources" are that part of a mineral resource for which quantity and grade or quality are estimated on the basis of limited geological evidence and sampling. Such geological evidence is sufficient to imply but not verify geological and grade or quality continuity. An inferred mineral resource has a lower level of confidence than that applying to an indicated mineral resource and must not be converted to a mineral reserve. However, it is reasonably expected that the majority of inferred mineral resources could be upgraded to indicated mineral resources with continued exploration. Under Canadian rules, estimates of inferred mineral resources may not form the basis of feasibility or pre-feasibility studies, except in rare cases. Investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of an inferred mineral resource is economically or legally mineable. Disclosure of "contained ounces" in a resource is permitted disclosure under Canadian regulations; however, the SEC normally only permits issuers to report mineralization that does not constitute "reserves" by SEC standards as in place tonnage and grade without reference to unit measures.
Canadian standards, including the CIM Definition Standards and NI 43-101, differ significantly from standards in the SEC Industry Guide 7. Effective February 25, 2019 , the SEC adopted new mining disclosure rules under subpart 1300 of Regulation S-K of the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "SEC Modernization Rules"), with compliance required for the first fiscal year beginning on or after January 1, 2021
Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
SPECIAL NOTE REGARDING FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS
This news release includes certain "Forward–Looking Statements" within the meaning of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 and "forward–looking information" under applicable Canadian securities laws. When used in this news release, the words "anticipate", "believe", "estimate", "expect", "target", "plan", "forecast", "may", "would", "could", "schedule" and similar words or expressions, identify forward–looking statements or information. These forward–looking statements or information relate to, among other things: the exploration, development, and production at Panuco , including plans for resource/discovery-based drilling designed to upgrade and expand the mineral resource.
Forward–looking statements and forward–looking information relating to any future mineral production, liquidity, enhanced value and capital markets profile of Vizsla, future growth potential for Vizsla and its business, and future exploration plans are based on management's reasonable assumptions, estimates, expectations, analyses and opinions, which are based on management's experience and perception of trends, current conditions and expected developments, and other factors that management believes are relevant and reasonable in the circumstances, but which may prove to be incorrect. Assumptions have been made regarding, among other things, the price of silver, gold, and other metals; no escalation in the severity of public health crises; costs of exploration and development; the estimated costs of development of exploration projects; Vizsla's ability to operate in a safe and effective manner and its ability to obtain financing on reasonable terms.
These statements reflect Vizsla's respective current views with respect to future events and are necessarily based upon a number of other assumptions and estimates that, while considered reasonable by management, are inherently subject to significant business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties and contingencies. Many factors, both known and unknown, could cause actual results, performance, or achievements to be materially different from the results, performance or achievements that are or may be expressed or implied by such forward–looking statements or forward-looking information and Vizsla Silver has made assumptions and estimates based on or related to many of these factors. Such factors include, without limitation: the Company's dependence on one mineral project; precious metals price volatility; risks associated with the conduct of the Company's mining activities in Mexico ; regulatory, consent or permitting delays; risks relating to reliance on the Company's management team and outside contractors; risks regarding mineral resources and reserves; the Company's inability to obtain insurance to cover all risks, on a commercially reasonable basis or at all; currency fluctuations; risks regarding the failure to generate sufficient cash flow from operations; risks relating to project financing and equity issuances; risks and unknowns inherent in all mining projects, including the inaccuracy of reserves and resources, metallurgical recoveries and capital and operating costs of such projects; contests over title to properties, particularly title to undeveloped properties; laws and regulations governing the environment, health and safety; the ability of the communities in which the Company operates to manage and cope with the implications of public health crises; the economic and financial implications of public health crises to the Company; operating or technical difficulties in connection with mining or development activities; employee relations, labour unrest or unavailability; the Company's interactions with surrounding communities and artisanal miners; the Company's ability to successfully integrate acquired assets; the speculative nature of exploration and development, including the risks of diminishing quantities or grades of reserves; stock market volatility; conflicts of interest among certain directors and officers; lack of liquidity for shareholders of the Company; litigation risk; the ongoing military conflict in Ukraine ; general economic facts; and the factors identified under the caption "Risk Factors" in Vizsla Silver's management discussion and analysis and other public disclosure documents. Readers are cautioned against attributing undue certainty to forward–looking statements or forward-looking information. Although Vizsla Silver has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially, there may be other factors that cause results not to be anticipated, estimated or intended. Vizsla Silver does not intend, and does not assume any obligation, to update these forward–looking statements or forward-looking information to reflect changes in assumptions or changes in circumstances or any other events affecting such statements or information, other than as required by applicable law.
SOURCE Vizsla Silver Corp.
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2023.05.28 13:03 FelicitySmoak_ On This Day In Michael Jackson HIStory - May 28th
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1988 - Michael's duet with Stevie Wonder , "Get It", from Stevie's album Characters peaks at #80 on the Hot 100 Chart while it was at #6 on the R&B chart
1989 - Michael was one of the few winners present at the Black Radio Exclusive awards show at the Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles. He was honored as the "Triple Crown Winner for Outstanding Achievement in Pop, Rock and Soul."
The elegantly laminated plaque has a black and gold edging, with purple printing on a faux-marble background, with a stylized photo image of Michael in his trademark black fedora.
1997 - His 2nd day in Poland starts with a stop at the presidential palace where Michael is received by the first lady. In his quest for a residence in Poland, he then visits the luxury Hotel Bristol. Price for the hotel ended up being too high. He then went to the Warsaw City Hall where he signed a “preliminary letter of intent” to develop a 'Michael Jackson’s Family Entertainment Park', in the Polish capital.
“My dream is to appeal to the child that lives in the heart of every man and woman on this planet and to create something in Poland that is so unique and so unusual that it cannot be experienced in any other place", he saidThe letter mentioned no price, but Jackson’s business manager, Tarak Ben Ammar, said in an interview that estimates of Jackson’s contribution range between $100 million and $300 million--modest sums by Western theme park standards. Poland would add an unknown amount.
" I would also like to tell a great truth, I have traveled all over the world six times and have been everywhere, but nowhere I liked it more than in Poland. A visit to Poland is the fulfillment of my childhood dreams...."
He shops at the Kidiland toy store, reportedly in the amount of $670,000. He then goes to the children's hospital, with his arms loaded with gifts.
Next he takes a helicopter to Lubiaz, in order to see Cistercian Abbey of Lubiaz, wich he also planned to purchase. Accompanied by Professor Marek Kwiatkowski, who guided him during his visit, Michael spends 45 minutes marveling at the Baroque architecture and the relics. He'll even try a little "heehee" in the middle of the Hall des Princes to test the acoustics! Michael, who wanted to settle in Poland, already saw himself owning this old building, despite the millions of dollars in restoration to be expected.
In the evening, he flies to Bremen, Germany where in three days he will begin the 2nd leg of his HIStory Tour.
The plans to build the amusement park at a nearby military airport won approval from state officials in February 1998. Michael asks for sketches to be drawn up for the proposed theme parks, however, following the project’s approval and a huge hiatus, the army owning the airport does not agree to make it available for the park. Two grounds pointed out by the government will also be denied due to local protests. The Polish government abandons this project altogether and nothing will come out of it
2004 - Santa Barbara County Superior Court Judge Rodney Melville has ordered a trial-setting conference hearing today. Thomas Mesereau, Brian Oxman & Joe Jackson go to the courthouse; Michael's appearance isn't required. They argue for a reduction in his $3-million bail and seek an order to force prosecutors to move faster in sharing evidence.
In accusing the prosecution of moving too slowly in giving the defense access to the evidence, as required by law, Mesereau said Michael's right to a fair trial was “jeopardized by the undue delay of discovery.”
“The investigation of this case involves dozens of, if not over 100 witnesses, voluminous documents and expert examination on a variety of topics,” Jackson’s lawyers wrote. “The defense needs ample time to conduct follow-up witness interviews, locate and interview rebuttal witnesses and conduct its own forensic examinations, among other things.”
Prosecutors have responded that they have turned over vast amounts of evidence already and are processing the information they have as quickly as possible. They also are strongly resisting an attempt by Mesereau to substantially reduce Jackson’s bail on grounds that it is much higher than the bail for other defendants facing similar charges.
The bail-reduction request notes that Jackson has no prior record, arrests or convictions & that he has fully complied with all conditions of his release on bail, including attending court when ordered.
“Mr. Jackson’s ties to this community are substantial,” the defense motion states. “The record reveals that Mr. Jackson is not a flight risk or a danger to the community. It is also apparent that Mr. Jackson intends to confront and vigorously defend rather than evade the allegations in this case.”
Though Mesereau noted that Santa Barbara County’s bail schedule calls for bail of about $135,000 for the conspiracy and molestation charges in the grand jury complaint, prosecutors oppose the request on grounds that Jackson is a flight risk and that his wealth should be a factor in retaining high bail.
Melville said early in the proceedings that he hoped a trial could begin before the end of this year, but legal experts and many criminal lawyers predicted that would be impossible.
September 13 is set as the date for the trial to begin
On another legal front, Janet Arvizo filed a claim against county child protection officials accusing them of moving too slowly in investigating leaks to the media that were helpful to Jackson’s defense.
Before a psychiatrist who had examined Gavin told Santa Barbara County officials that the child had been molested, Welfare officials had interviewed the family after Living With Michael Jackson aired in early 2003
A memo written by authorities after Jackson’s arrest said the family had denied any sexual abuse. The memo was subsequently released on a website.
Attorney Larry R. Feldman, representing the Arvizos, said he filed the claim, a necessary step before a lawsuit, to force county officials to speedily conclude their investigation to ensure that such a breach of confidentiality “will never occur again to another innocent child.”
2006 - Michael visited a Tokyo orphanage and told a group of 140 excited children "I love you" in Japanese. Michael's van was swarmed by 100+ fans as he arrived. Inside the Seibi Gakuen children's home, he watched a performance of traditional music and dance by the children before speaking briefly on stage. He later shook hands and signed autographs for the children.
Michael's children and Grace visited with the children on this tour of the Japanese orphanage.
"I look forward to seeing old friends and saying hello to my huge fan base in Japan who, like my other fans around the world, have for so many years consistently shown their love and support to me and my family."- MJ"Everyone couldn't believe such a big international star was visiting us," said Kiyoko Mito, headmistress of the Christian-run school. "The children only believed me after seeing the news yesterday that Michael Jackson was actually in Japan," she said
2009 - Having not heard from AEG regarding his salary, Conrad Murray sent another email to AEG & receives a response from Tim Wooley
2013 - Jackson v AEG Trial Day 18
Katherine, Janet, Rebbie and Randy Jackson are in court. Only one of the siblings was allowed in the courtroom as they are potential witnesses. Janet accompanied Katherine during morning session while Rebbie was with her during the afternoon session.
Paul Gongaware Testimony
Paul Gongaware is one of the defendants in the case. He's an adverse witness called by the plaintiffs. Gongaware is Co-CEO of Concerts West, part of AEG Live. Gongaware has toured with Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin and is currently on tour with The Rolling Stones. He worked for Jerry Weintraub in the 80s
He produced Prince's tour in 2004. He has not promoted/produced tours since. Gongaware has not talked to Prince after the tour
Gongaware was a CPA licensed in NY and Washington. He said he believes he's still licensed but hasn't checked status since there's no need
Gongaware testified that landing Jackson, whom he felt was the biggest artist of his era, was huge for AEG. In a 2008 email to AEG Live President and Chief Executive Randy Phillips, Gongaware described how the company should approach Jackson and his manager about a possible comeback tour:
We need to start at the fundamentals. How we do it. The difference between [Live Nation] and us is huge. We are artist-based, they are Wall Street-driven. We are smart people. We are completely honest and transparent with everything we do. That's how [founder] Phil [Anschutz] wants itGongaware said he worked on an Elvis Presley tour. Panish asked if Elvis died of drug overdose, and Gongaware said "Yes". Gongaware replied to a condolences' email on July 5, 2009:
I was working on the Elvis tour when he died, so I kind of knew what to expect. Still quite a shock
"So you knew what to expect when Michael Jackson passed away, is that right, sir?", Brian Panish asked.Despite working as a tour promoter for 37 years -- including for Led Zeppelin, the Grateful Dead and many others -- Gongaware testified that the only artist he ever knew that was using drugs on tour was Rick James
Panish asked about working for Jackson 5, Gongaware said had no interaction with Michael. Gongaware was a logistics manager on the Dangerous tour in 92-93. Panish said Michael made $100 million and donated it to charity. Gongaware said he didn't know
When Gongaware met Jackson was with Colonel Parker (Elvis' manager) in Las Vegas. Michael had wanted to meet the Colonel
Gongaware explained the difference between being tour manager and managing the tour. He talked about Michael's History tour
Panish: "You knew that Michael had been to rehab during the dangerous tour?"Gongaware said he never knew MJ was involved with drugs until after the end of the Dangerous tour. Gongaware told LAPD he was aware of Jackson's previous use of pills/painkillers but did not want to get involved. Gongaware had known for years that Michael Jackson was taking painkillers but wasn't aware he was abusing them until MJ abruptly canceled his Dangerous world tour in the early 1990s to enter rehab. Gongaware said he knew of "two occasions" when Michael used painkillers between shows, but he claimed he didn't grasp the scope of the Michael's sickness until the taped 1993 announcement. "I would dispute knowing that he had a problem. I wasn't aware that there were problems", Gongaware said
Gongaware said he knew a doctor was medicating Jackson during the Dangerous tour but did not find out why the tour was eventually cut short. "Didn't have time,I was just dealing with what was in front of me", he said
Panish said Dr. Finkelstein testified under oath that Gongaware knew Michael had problems with painkillers before the Dangerous tour ended.
Panish: "Do you dispute that?" (Finkelstein testimony)Gongaware said Dr. Finkelstein is his doctor and friend and that they talk off and on, but he doesn't know specifics of the doctor's deposition. Dr. Finkelstein said he gave MJ painkillers after the concert in Bangkok following Michael's scalp surgery. In Gongaware's video deposition:
"Did you ever ask Dr. Finkelstein if he treated Michael during the Dangerous tour?"Another part of Gongaware's video depo: He said yes, he "occasionally treated Michael Jackson on the Dangerous tour"
Panish: "Were you always honest with Michael?"Panish elicited contradictory testimony asking over and over about Gongaware's memory, how long he spent with lawyers to discuss testimony.
On the Bad Tour MJ sold out 10 stadiums at 75,000 tickets per night.
Panish: "That's a pretty big number?""No one knows how many shows we can get with Mikey," said Gongaware. Panish asked about name "Mikey" - he said he used it occasionally
Email on 2/27/09 from Gongaware to Phillips:
We are holding all of the risk, if Michael won't approve it we go without his approval.We let Mikey know just what it will cost him in terms of him making money, and then we go with or without him in London. We cannot be forced into stopping this, which Michael will try to do because he is lazy and constantly changes his mind to fit his immediate wants.Gongaware said his use "Mikey" was affectionate, not disparaging, and that the 'lazy' crack amounted to "poor choice of words" but one that accurately reflected how Michael "really didn't like to rehearse. He didn't like to do these kinds of things."
"People were aware at this point there would be a press conference. Michael wouldn't show up at the conference, it'd cost money," Gongaware said. "It wasn't much risk at all, we hadn't spent money," Gongaware said about that point of the tour. This was prior to news conference.
Gongaware said the situation in London, where they constantly referred to Michael as "Wacko Jacko" would impact marketability to sell tickets
"He doesn't want to do this kind of things, but it was important to show Michael to the world if he wanted to do a show," Gongaware explained
Jurors were shown several e-mails from Gongaware that Jackson lawyers suggested were evidence that AEG Live deliberately misled Jackson about how much money he would make from his comeback concerts and how many days he would have to rest between shows. Gongaware wrote to his boss, AEG Live President Randy Phillips, that they should present gross ticket sales numbers to Jackson, not the percentage of the net profits, during contract talks.
"Maybe gross is a better number to throw around if we use numbers with Mikey listening"Panish talked about an email Gongaware sent to his secretary suggesting that she design a concert calendar for Jackson using light tan colors for show dates, while drawing attention to his rest days
Don't want the shows to stand out too much when Michael looks at it.Less contrast between work and off. Maybe off days in a contrasting soft color. Put 'OFF' in each off day after July 8, as well. Figure it out so it looks like he's not working so much.
Panish: "Did you want to change the color of the schedule to show Michael would not be working so hard?"Gongaware said it would be obvious when Michael would be working and not and he wasn't trying to trick him.
Email on 3/25/09 from Phillips to Gongaware:
"We need to pull the plug now. I will explain"
Panish: "Mr. Phillips wanted to pull the plug on the show, right sir?""Kenny wanted the pull because the way she (Faye) handled situations," Gongaware explained. "She tried to control access to Michael and Kenny didn't like that"
Karen Faye expressed strong opinion that the tour as dangerous and impractical for MJ. Panish asked about a chain of emails where Gongaware said the pulling the plug refers to Ms. Faye. "I believe he was," Gongaware repeated.
In another March 25, 2009, email, Ortega wrote Gongaware that it was Faye's "strong opinion that this is dangerous and impractical with consideration to Michael's health and ability to perform.".
"I thought he was in good shape at the press conference, I was there," Gongaware said at the deposition. Gongaware was at O2 arena and Phillips was with Michael.
"Michael was late, Randy [Phillips] was saying I'm trying to get him going, I'm trying to get him going".As to Dr. Conrad Murray, Gongaware said there was 1 rehearsal he said hello to him.
"It was basically a hello, on the floor at the Forum. Mikey asked me to retain him. I never hired him"Panish played an interview of Phillips to SkyTV after Michael died:
"The guy is willing 2 leave his practice for large sum of money, so we hired him""I was told Michael wanted him as his doctor for the show," Gongaware said. Gongaware said Michael did not have any illness that he knew of.
Gongaware: "He had taken a physical, he passed the physical and from what I understand there was nothing wrong with him. Maybe some hay fever"Gongaware said he received an email from Bob Taylor that everything was fine and that Michael had passed the physical. Gongaware said he never saw the results of the tests and doesn't know who saw them.
Panish showed video deposition of Gongaware and a declaration he signed about a month before giving the deposition. They contradict themselves.At first, Gongaware insisted he did no negotiating with Murray, but, confronted with emails and his previous testimony, he changed his position and said, "The only thing I did with Dr. Murray was negotiate a price." Gongaware said that neither he nor anyone at the AEG investigated Murray's background or credentials
Panish: "First you said how much did you want?"(to Dr. Murray)Gongaware said Dr. Murray had been Michael's personal doctor for the past 3 years. He said he did not know how many times MJ had seen the doctor. "Michael insisted on him, recommended him, and that was good enough for me, it was not for me to tell him who his doctor should be" Gongaware said
"The fact that he had been Michael Jackson's personal physician for three years was good enough for me," Gongaware said.
He said that Murray initially asked for $5 million to travel to London with Jackson and tend to him during the tour. "I just told him it wasn't going to happen," he said, recalling that Jackson then suggested offering him $150,000 a month. "Michael Jackson insisted on it and recommended him and it was not for me to tell him no," said Gongaware. "I wanted to provide what was necessary for him to do his job...He wanted a doctor and I wanted him to be healthy." Even after the offer of $150,000, Murray wasn't satisfied. "He started saying he wanted more and I said, 'The offer is coming directly from the artist," Gongaware said. Minutes later, he said Murray accepted.
"Did that seem desperate to you?" asked Panish."We agreed on what the compensation was going to be, but there were a lot of issues to be resolved," Gongaware said. Gongaware said he recalled meeting with Dr. Murray where he was told the doctor was going to take care of the medical licensing in London. Gongaware and Timm Wooley are longtime friends. They are currently working on The Rolling Stones tour. Gongaware said he negotiated the price for Dr. Murray, but didn't negotiate the contract. Gongaware explained that he didn't do the negotiation, he would normally refer that to Wooley.
Dr. Finkelstein and Gongaware have been friends for 35-plus years. Gongaware said he never offered Dr. Finkelstein the job of being MJ's doctor and said the doctor would be mistaken if he testified otherwise. Gongaware told the jury he called Dr. Finkelstein to ask what a fair price for a tour doctor would be. Doctor told him it was $10,000/week. As to Dr. Finkelstein wanting to be the tour doctor, Gongaware said he didn't recall specifically, but knew he wanted it."After his death we may have talked, but I don't recall specifics," Gongaware said. Gongaware said he sees Dr. Finkelstein a few times a year, but the subject of Michael never came up. Panish asked Gongaware if Dr. Finkelstein wanted to know if Michael was clean or using drugs. Gongaware said he didn't recall the conversation
Panish asked: "You could have told Dr. Murray at any time that his services were no longer needed, couldn't you?"Gongaware told nanny, Grace Rwamba, that her services would not be needed anymore because AEG was cutting down on Michael's expenses
"I never read the contract, I was there when Michael signed it, but didn't see what was in it," Gongaware said, "Doctor Murray was 100% Michael's cost" Based on the contract, Gongaware said 95% of the production expenses were Michael's responsibility, 5% AEG.
Panish: "Who decided there was a need for a written contract with Dr. Murray?"Gongaware said that if the tour went forward, Dr. Murray would've made $1.5 million for 10 months. Ortega would've made almost that.
Gongaware said although AEG never did a background check on Murray, in his view they had "checked out" the doctor according to their standard practices. "When we check out someone, we either rely on if we know the person or if they're known in the industry or if they're recommended by the artist & in this case, Dr. Murray was recommended by the artist, in fact, the artist insisted"
Panish pressed Gongaware:
"You did nothing to verify anything about Dr. Murray, isn't that true, sir?"Panish asked Gongaware if he approved budgets for April-July including Dr. Murray as production expense. He said he didn't know which budgets he approved. "It's my job to get that show on the road," Gongaware said.
Gongaware said he had to know how much the production had spent at any given time, but didn't have time to read the budget.
Panish: "Do you think you're good at your job, sir?"Gongaware testified that he didn't pay attention to the tour budgets that he approved, even though he was the tour manager.Paul Gongaware said he didn't read through the budgets, instead trusting that the tour accountant knew what he was talking about.
Gongaware testified that Dr. Murray's salary, although included in the company's budget for several months, wasn't something he saw as an actual payment that would be made. "If there's a potential for cost we put it in our budget so there are no surprises later", he said.
Gongaware often pleaded poor memory of events. He said he may have met with Jackson as many as 10 times, but could remember only two of the meetings and only one when Murray was present
Gongaware said he doesn't remember how many meetings he attended at Carolwood house. He didn't recall a meeting where a vase was broken. "There was a meeting where he signed the contract," Gongaware recalled, saying there were more but he doesn't remember specifics. At the meeting in early June, Gongaware said he was present along with Kenny, Randy, Frank DiLeo, Dr. Murray and Michael. "The meeting was about making sure Michael and Dr. Murray had everything they needed to care for Michael," Gongaware explained.
"Yes, we did talk about health-related issues. It was more a general meeting about what Dr. Murray would need", Gongaware said. He had told the police the topic of the meeting was Jackson's overall health ( i.e., diet, stamina and his weight)
He remembered that Jackson arrived late from a doctor's appointment and had slurred speech. Gongaware said Michael Jackson "was a bit off". "He was just coming back from visiting Dr. Klein. I believe he was under the influence of something. That was the only time I saw him like that", Gongaware said.
Jackson had missed a rehearsal and was thought to be dancing at home. However they discovered he was only watching video. Doctor Murray was receptive to their concerns and indicated he would take care of the situation
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2023.05.26 04:19 kareylicious Nest Migration Summary - #190
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|Houndour||Central Memorial Park||5+|
|Grubbin||Eau Claire Park||?|
|Joltik||Princes Island Park||20|
|Snivy||Shaw Millennium Park||6|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|Marill||Nose Creek Parkway / Confluence Park||22|
|Houndour||St. Patricks Island Park||11|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|Snubbulll||Botanical Gardens of SS/Sarcee Park||13|
|Tympole||Crescent Heights Park||?|
|Snivy||Dale Hodges Park||24|
|Buneary||John Laurie Park||7|
|Tangela||Nose Hill Park||35|
|Phanpy||Shouldice Aquatic Centre||?|
|Houndour||Shouldice Athletic Park||15|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|Phanpy||Pop Davies Athletic Park||13|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|Oshawott||Canada Olympic Park||40|
|Houndour||Edworthy Park (river side)||?|
|Sandshrew||South Glenmore Park||?|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|??||Barb Scott Park||4|
|??||Bow River Pathway Eau Claire||5|
|??||Central Memorial Park||5+|
|??||Eau Claire Park||?|
|??||Harley Hotchkiss Gardens||4+|
|??||Harry Hayes - Red Machine Stop||2|
|??||James Short Park||2|
|??||Nat Christie Park||5|
|??||Princes Island Park||20|
|??||Shaw Millennium Park||6|
|??||Sien Lok Park North||3|
|??||Sien Lok Park South||?|
|??||South Bow Park||3|
|??||The Family of Man||?|
|??||Thomson Family Park||?|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|??||40th Ave Park||5|
|??||Bridgeland Sport Fields / Park||6|
|??||Cityscape Music Playground||?|
|??||Coral Shores Pathway||3|
|??||Coventry/Country Hills Pond||11|
|??||Coventry Community Garden||3-4|
|??||Coventry Nose Creek Park||?|
|??||Deerfoot Athletic Park||9|
|??||Deerfoot Business Park||?|
|??||Don Hartman Northeast Sportsplax NESS||4|
|??||Ecole la Mosaique in Martindale||2|
|??||Edward H. LaBorde Viewing Area||?|
|??||Grant MacEwan School||?|
|??||Harvest Community Garden||?|
|??||Harvest Hills Playground||?|
|??||Highland Park Urban Beautification||2|
|??||Lester B Pearson School Field||?|
|??||Marlborough Community Association||?|
|??||Martha Haven Cricket Ground||?|
|??||McCall Lake Off Leash Dog Park||?|
|??||Monterey Community Centre||?|
|??||Monterey Park Fields||13|
|??||Nose Creek Parkway / Confluence Park||22|
|??||Pinecliff Park Soccer Field||3+|
|??||Pine Ridge Road Playground||?|
|??||Prairie Winds Park||10|
|??||Renfrew Athletic Park||?|
|??||Rundle Community Association||2-3|
|??||Skyview Landing Playground||7+|
|??||St. Patricks Island Park||11|
|??||St. John Paul II School||?|
|??||Temple Community Centre||?|
|??||The District Outdoor Gym||4|
|??||Tom Campbell Park||7|
|??||Tuxedo Park Community Association||3|
|??||Village Square Leisure Centre||?|
|??||Whitehorn Community Centre||4|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|??||12 Mile Coulee Pathway||15|
|??||14th Street Pathways||10|
|??||Arbor Lake School Park||5|
|??||Botanical Gardens of SS/Sarcee Park||13|
|??||Bow River Pathway - Kensington||10|
|??||Bow River Pathway - Point McKay||2-3|
|??||BP Birthplace Forest||6+|
|??||Brentwood Community Garden||6|
|??||Catherine Nichols Gunn School||3|
|??||Childrens Village School Field||?|
|??||Chipmunk Playground (Ranchlands)||2|
|??||Citadel Way Playground||?|
|??||Confederation Golfcourse Playground||4|
|??||Country Hills Golf Course||?|
|??||Crescent Heights Park||?|
|??||Crowchild Twin Arenas||2|
|??||Crowfoot Crossing Pathway||5|
|??||Dale Hodges Park||24|
|??||Dalhousie Community Association||10+|
|??||Dalhousie LRT Pathway||3|
|??||Edgemont Off Leash 3||15|
|??||Evansborough Way Playground||2|
|??||Evanston Pathway / Ball Diamond||3|
|??||Foothills Athletic Park||?|
|??||Funny Wood Pillars||?|
|??||Giddy-Up Playground/Silvercreek Park||?|
|??||Hamptons Athletic Park||5|
|??||Hidden Valley Pathways North||10|
|??||Hidden Valley Pathways South||5|
|??||Hidden Valley Pond||2|
|??||Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Assn.||4|
|??||Huntington Blue & Red Playground||2-3|
|??||Huntington Hills Community Centre||10+|
|??||Huntington Hills Skatepark||?|
|??||Inland Athletic Park||?|
|??||John Laurie Park||7|
|??||John Laurie Pathway: 14th to 19th St||10|
|??||John Laurie Pathway: 19th St to Charleswood||8|
|??||John Laurie Pathway: Charleswood to Brisbois||5|
|??||Karl Baker Offleash Park||10+|
|??||Macewan Glen Park||?|
|??||McHugh Bluff Park||20|
|??||Montgomery Ave Playground||3|
|??||Nolan Hill Park||8|
|??||Nolan Hill Playground||5|
|??||Nolan Lake Pathways||8-10|
|??||Nose Creek Playground||?|
|??||Nose Hill Park||35|
|??||Nose Hill Spring Park||2-4|
|??||Panatella Hill North Pathway||3+|
|??||Panatella Hill South||2-3|
|??||Panora Close Playgroundy||?|
|??||Panorama Hills North Pathway||10|
|??||Panorama Hills Pathway||4|
|??||Parkdale Community Centre||3|
|??||Patrick Burns Gardens||?|
|??||Queen Elizabeth Park||?|
|??||Ranchlands Community Association||4-5|
|??||Ranchlands Off-Leash Dog Park||5-10|
|??||Rocky Ridge Pathways||7|
|??||Rocky Ridge YMCA||?|
|??||Rocky Ridge Point Pathway||3-4|
|??||Rocky Vista Park||6|
|??||Sage Hill Pathways||3|
|??||Sandstone Area 3 Off Leash Dog Park||4-5|
|??||Shouldice Aquatic Centre||?|
|??||Shouldice Athletic Park||15|
|??||Silver Spring Nature Park||20|
|??||Silver Springs Outdoor Pool||?|
|??||Triwood Community Association||4|
|??||Tuscany Fire Hall Greenspace||5+|
|??||Tuscany Valley Playground||2+|
|??||U of C: Athletic Fields||20+|
|??||U of C: C Train Station||2-3|
|??||U of C: Gallagher Library||2|
|??||U of C: Prairie Chicken||?|
|??||U of C: Science Theatres||?|
|??||Utah Drive Park||12|
|??||Varsity Estates Park||?|
|??||Varsity Ravine Park||?|
|??||Varsity Sport Fields||?|
|??||Varsity Soccer Pitch||4|
|??||Varsity Village Park||5-8|
|??||Watermark Community Gazedo||5-8|
|??||West Hillhurst Community Assn.||10+|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|??||Acadia Community Garden & Art Society||?|
|??||Acadia Tennis Courts||3|
|??||Auburn Bay Kids Only Pokestop||?|
|??||Auburn Bay Kids Park||?|
|??||Chapala Drive Playground||?|
|??||Chaparral Ridge Circle||12|
|??||Copperfield Community Centre||3|
|??||Copperfield Hoodoo Park||3|
|??||Copperfield Park II||?|
|??||Copperfield Park III||?|
|??||Copperstone Blvd Park||?|
|??||Copperstone Grove Park||3|
|??||Dogwood Crescent Park||?|
|??||Douglas Glen Park||4|
|??||Douglas Glen Pathway||?|
|??||Eaglequest Golf Pathway||?|
|??||Eastside City Church||4|
|??||Fairview Off Leash Dog Area/Flint Park||?|
|??||Fish Creek Park||100+|
|??||Flavelle Road Park||?|
|??||George Moss Park||?|
|??||Great Plains Recreational Facility||5|
|??||Harry Huish Park||?|
|??||Inglewood 11th Ave Playground||2|
|??||Inglewood Bird Sanctuary||20|
|??||Inglewood Golf Course||?|
|??||Jack Setters Park||5|
|??||Lake Bonavista School Field||?|
|??||Max Bell Centre||?|
|??||McKenzie Meadows Golf Club||?|
|??||McKenzie Towne Park||?|
|??||New Brighton Central Park||6|
|??||New Brighton Park Playground||3|
|??||Pearce Estate Park||25|
|??||Pop Davies Athletic Park||13|
|??||Penbrooke Meadows Park||6|
|??||Prestwick Fountain Park||2|
|??||Olympia Drive Off-Leash||3|
|??||Quarry Park Pathway||?|
|??||Raddison Heights Park||?|
|??||Raddison Heights Park East||6|
|??||Ralph Klein Park||?|
|??||Ramsay Community Association||5|
|??||Ramsay School Park||6|
|??||Reader Rock Gardens||4+|
|??||Remington YMCA in Quarry Park||?|
|??||Riverbend Community Centre||6|
|??||Sue Higgins Park||15+|
|??||The Lone Pony||?|
|??||Willow Park Gardens Playground||?|
|??||Wyldewood Estates Trellis||?|
|Pokemon||Nest Location||Spawn Points|
|??||AD Ross Park||3-4|
|??||Babbeling Brook Park||3-5|
|??||Bankview Community Association||2|
|??||Battalion Park School||10+|
|??||Braeside Park Tennis Courts||7|
|??||Buffalo Park (Garrison)||?|
|??||Canada Olympic Park||40|
|??||Christie Estates Playground||5|
|??||Discovery Ridge Pathways North||?|
|??||Discovery Ridge Pathways NE||?|
|??||Discovery Ridge Pathways NW||2|
|??||Discovery Ridge Ponds||5|
|??||Douglas Fir Trail Lookout Platform||6|
|??||Edworthy Park (river side)||?|
|??||Galbraith Park Playground||3|
|??||Glendale Meadows Park||?|
|??||Glenmore Athletic Park||12|
|??||Griffith Park Playground||10+|
|??||Haysboro Community Park||10+|
|??||James H Gray Park||?|
|??||Jenny Elliot Elementary Field||2|
|??||Killarney Glengarry Community Assn.||5|
|??||Lakeview Community Assn.||20+|
|??||Mahood Commons - Ambrose University||2+|
|??||Old Banff Coach Hill Off Leash Park||1+|
|??||Roxboro & Erlton Offleash||7|
|??||Sienna Hills Playground||3|
|??||Signal Hill Old Fashioned Playground||4|
|??||Signal Ridge Playground||6+|
|??||Silverado Skies Pathways||3|
|??||Somerset Water Park||6|
|??||South Calgary Park||12|
|??||South Glenmore Park||?|
|??||South Mount Royal Park||2|
|??||Springbank Hill Community Park||21+|
|??||Sprucecliff Community Association||?|
|??||Strathcona Christie Aspen Community Association||?|
|??||Turtle Hill Park||6+|
|??||Westside Soccer Field||5+|
|??||Wildwood Community Association||3|
|??||Woodbine Athletic Park||4|
2023.05.26 02:15 nyapaw_ Triton Gaming Tournament Smash Ultimate @ Design Lab
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2023.05.25 17:23 DropWatcher May 26th, 2023
2023.05.25 04:30 TapSwimming Which soldering gun is better for modchips? (Birthday gift)
2023.05.24 16:01 650cc_espresso Am fost la cursul de siguranta si perfectionare moto la nea Titi Aur - AMA
2023.05.24 15:04 subredditsummarybot Your weekly /r/CaliReggae recap for the week of May 17 - May 23
|score||comments||title & link|
|34||5 comments||Happy Saturday|
|16||2 comments||[:mic: live] Nattali Rize - Believer @ Guanabana's 5/20/23|
|14||6 comments||[:weed-3: official] Just Announced! Fortunate Youth w/ special guests Kash'd Out, Eli Mac, Dubbest and Eureka Sound on the 'Good Times Roll On Tour 23'|
|14||6 comments||Long Beach Dub Allstars Featuring Jakob Nowell - @ The Ocean Mist, Rhode Island on May 19th|
|14||1 comments||[:weed-3: official] Some Recent Pick Ups:|
|13||0 comments||[:mic: live] Joe Samba • How We Do 5/21/23 at Reggaefest • LBI, NJ|
|13||9 comments||[:snoo_smile: fun] execute Order-420|
|13||5 comments||[:weed-3: official] Don't miss the UK sounds by The Skints as they start their US Tour today in Seattle!|
|13||4 comments||Very cool move from Dan Sheehan and CaliRoots Fest! Live-Stream is BACK!!!|
|13||0 comments||[:mic: live] Kash'd Out ft Shwayze - Just Friends @ Florida Groves Fest (Track out tonight at midnight)|
|11||8 comments||Whats up Calireggae! I jam in a few Reggae bands in New England and lurked for many years...Stoked to be proud of a release to show you all one of my own! Dudemanbro - Beach Bum In RI - let us know what you think!|
|11||3 comments||[:weed-3: official] Nattali Rize - Warriors (Live Acoustic) | Sugarshack Sessions|
|11||0 comments||[:mic: live] Another Post from the Ocean Mist Show Last night. This one is just Jakob Nowell playing Saw Red|
|9||1 comments||[:weed-3: official] The Ries Brothers - “Take It Back (remix)” ft. Julian Marley, Bumpin Uglies, E.N Young, Kash’d Out, Little Stranger, Gary Dread, and Jaime Hinckson|
|9||1 comments||Collie Buddz - “Blind to You” ft. New Kingston Live at Cali Roots 2013|
|9||5 comments||Cydeways joins Matisyahu and G. Love for Summer Tour|
|9||3 comments||[:snoo_smile: fun] Zoetrope|
|9||3 comments||Friends of Bill W attending?|
|9||13 comments||Heading to Cali Roots from LA|
|8||10 comments||Caliroots 2023 Must-See Artists|
|8||WoeKC said Here’s a schedule of meetings in the Monterey area, in case you wanted to go while you’re out there: https://www.aamonterey.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/AA-Meetings-Monterey-CA-Winter-2020.pdf ODAA...|
|7||lidia99 said Have fun and follow the story ! I thjnk you’ll bump into many artists - grab pics !|
|7||AlexE1089 said I'm also heading up from the Long Beach area, we're going Friday through Sunday so we usually leave around 4:30 in the morning and take the scenic route up, grab breakfast somewhere halfway, and get t...|
|6||bring_a-towel said I stayed at that hotel last year, walking distance for most and we saw few other groups also walking from the hotel, even though the festival was right there it still felt like a golf resort.|
|6||SoFla-Grown said Not so many festivals, summer is usually the time for summer tours. Rebelution, Michael Franti, Matisyahu, Slightly Stoopid, Stephen Marley and Dirty Heads all have rather large summer tours. Check ou...|
|5||BlasterFinger008 said I went to the second one years ago while I was on a cross country road trip with my cousin. He didn’t want to go so I went solo and had a great time by myself. People were friendly and everyone was ju...|
|5||capsfan19 said She’s amazing live too. Seen her twice now, don’t miss her!|
|5||Analog_2_Digital said Stormtrooper! Stormtrooper! Why are you here? The old heads them getting restless and they don't want us near...|
|5||wade_wilson44 said I’m often looking for bands like this too. Bands with ton of effects, layers, etc that you can really get lost in while high. I’ll say don’t discount stick figure though. Every time I listen to them ...|
|4||Distortion462 said Saw em recently and they were great, recommended!|
2023.05.24 11:12 JackfruitLocal7052 AITAH pentru că sunt gelos pe relațiile prietenilor?
2023.05.24 03:55 SnooObjections5007 September 1st- 15th motorcycle road-trip across the country.
2023.05.23 18:16 Ok-Branch8772 Bikepacking indefinitely, or for a long time