Introduction

Our website deals with the child molestation allegations against pop star Michael Jackson.

Jackson was accused of this crime by six people. However, a number does not mean anything in itself if you do not know what is behind it – and our experience is that many people do not really know. Some might have heard soundbites, maybe certain inflammatory claims which were taken out of context, but very few people actually know about the full content and context of these allegations against Michael Jackson. Who were the accusers? What did they actually allege? How did those allegations emerge? How were these cases and certain players connected to and influenced by each other?

Our mission is to present the full content and context of these allegations against Jackson. To do that we discuss the 1993 (Jordan Chandler) allegations and the 2005 (Gavin Arvizo) allegations in seperate sections. The 1993 section also contains the discussion of Jason Francia’s allegations because their emergence is strongly connected to investigators’ activities in the Chandler case.

NEW section!

We address Wade Robson’s posthumus allegations in a seperate section HERE.

That section can also be downloaded in a PDF file as an e-Book HERE. Free, of course. This is all for educational purposes.

NEW section 2!

A YouTube channel decided to make a summary video about the 1993 and the 2005 allegations, using a lot of information from this site. I appreciate that and I find that video useful as a summary of these cases if you have no more than 30 minutes for them or you don’t want to read all the detailed material. So I am posting the video here and also in a new Videos section.

There is also a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section with answers to questions which cannot specifically be linked to one of these cases but are generally connected to the allegations.

If you truly want to understand these allegations you will have to invest a bit of time in reading. We tried to make the articles as short as possible, but even so there are some long reads because the events of the case are complicated. There is no real understanding of these cases in five minutes from media soundbites, out-of-context bits of information, inflammatory tabloid articles or Internet gossip, no matter how tempting it is to jump to conclusions based on such.

Much of the blog was written by people whose first language is not English. So for grammar or stylistic errors please forgive us, we are working on it… Hopefully that will not spoil the content.