Category Archives: The 2005 Allegations

The Myth of the Arvizos Not Wanting Money

Michael Jackson’s detractors often try to elevate Gavin Arvizo’s credibility by claiming that the Arvizo family (unlike all of Jackson’s other accusers) was never after money. After all they went to a criminal trial, not a civil. Here is this … Continue reading

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Debunking Jim Clemente

Jim Clemente is a former New York State prosecutor and former FBI profiler. After leaving those jobs he has been working in the media – for example as a writer and producer on crime shows or as a podcast host.  … Continue reading

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Addressing Michael Jackson detractors’ best “evidence”

This article is a little bit redundant, because most of the issues addressed here have already been addressed elsewhere on this website. Nevertheless, I collected them in this one article, because the arguments they address are the ones that Michael … Continue reading

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The 2005 Arvizo Allegations (summary version)

On November 18, 2003 an arrest warrant was issued for Michael Jackson based on the allegations of a 13-year-old boy, Gavin Arvizo, that Jackson had sexually molested him in February-March, 2003. The case resulted in a criminal trial in 2005 … Continue reading

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General credibility problems with the Arvizo family

In this article we will discuss some other events, outside of their allegations against Michael Jackson, which highlight the Arvizo family’s credibility problems. While some of the media in 2005 pretended that the information you will find in this article … Continue reading

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Lawyers being hired and the formation of the allegations

On March 24, 2003 Janet Arvizo formally hired William Dickerman as her attorney and Dickerman began writing letters to Jackson’s attorney, Mark Geragos on her behalf demanding the return of furniture, clothes, documents and various other items which were put … Continue reading

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The Changing Content of the Allegations and Contradictions

Since there was no material evidence (DNA, blood, sperm, any kind of medical evidence, love letters etc.) that would link Michael Jackson to the alleged crime the case eventually came down to the credibility of the accuser and his family. … Continue reading

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