Tag Archives: Jordan Chandler
In this article we will address Dan Reed‘s 2019 documentary Leaving Neverland that features Wade Robson and James Safechuck and their sexual abuse allegations against the late Michael Jackson. Chapters: Problem: “Leaving Neverland” is blatantly and deliberately one-sided Claim 1: … Continue reading
On August 17, 1993 the Los Angeles police department opened an investigation against Michael Jackson based on an allegation that he had sexually molested a 13-year-old boy called Jordan Chandler. In the first section of this document we will go … Continue reading
Is it true that Jordan Chandler publicly confessed after Michael Jackson’s death that Jackson did not molest him?
No, that is not true. The rumor that after the singer’s death Jordan Chandler publicly confessed that he was not molested by Jackson was an Internet hoax. On the other hand, Jackson’s attorney Thomas Mesereau said that at Jackson’s 2005 … Continue reading
Did the FBI have evidence that Michael Jackson paid off dozens of young boys to silence them after he sexually abused them?
No, they did not. The claim that they did is fake news coming from a British tabloid with that then many other publications ran with but it is not true. On June 30, 2013 British tabloid Sunday People (a publication … Continue reading
While the prosecution, both in 1993 and in 2005, struggled to find credible corroborating “victims” in support of their case against Michael Jackson, much of the media, rather than report impartial and factual events, corrupted the legal proceedings by offering … Continue reading
There were numerous journalists reporting on the Michael Jackson cases and among them there were those who were molding it, often in ethically questionable ways [for details see the next chapter entitled The Media’s Role In The Allegations Against Michael … Continue reading
As discussed in the article The Prosecution’s Hunt For Other Victims despite an extensive and costly investigation, the prosecution still struggled to find corroborating victims to support the Chandlers’ allegations. In 1993 police officers interviewed 40-60 children who had either … Continue reading