Interview with Cadeflaw

25 Sep

Dot to Dot: Keeping Michael’s Legacy Alive 

In 2009, not long after the death of Michael Jackson, a group of women met on through a Michael Jackson community, on They found they had many things in common, including a deep concern for how Michael had been unfairly portrayed throughout his life by the media. Realizing the impact this would have on his legacy, they banded together and formed the idea to try and have a law passed in California that would make it illegal to defame the dead. Cadeflaw was born.

In this interview, Lauren and I spoke with several Cadeflaw members. It came as no surprise to either of us to learn that they have conducted intelligent research into what is needed to have a law like this passed, and their organization is well-structured. They are also 100% committed and dedicated to seeing this project through to the end.



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Posted by on September 25, 2011 in Cadeflaw Articles


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