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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

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The Media’s Role In The Allegations Against Michael Jackson

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

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The Prosecution’s Wintesses – Phillip and Stella LeMarque

Another “prior bad acts” witness of the prosecution in 2005 was Phillip LeMarque. LeMarque and his wife, Stella Marcroft worked for Jackson at Neverland for about ten months beginning in 1991. Marcroft was a cook and her husband was in … Continue reading

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