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    For the love of.... come on lady, really? Let's see... either there is a recessive gene and some unknown family ancestry OR she actually did sleep with another man and has woven this CRAZY scheme to cover it up AND get a huge pay day. Yeah right... good luck with that.


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    OMG! I believe in ghosts and the paranormal but the woman in this story needs psychiatric help or medication, If she is on meds, maybe she needs to up or lower the dosage, The husband needs to get his head out of his a**.
    maybe they can ask for double beds in the psychiatric ward? Weirdo's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynful View Post
    For the love of.... come on lady, really? Let's see... either there is a recessive gene and some unknown family ancestry OR she actually did sleep with another man and has woven this CRAZY scheme to cover it up AND get a huge pay day. Yeah right... good luck with that.
    If she's so sure Michael is the father then get a paternity test. It'll either prove she's telling the truth or she's an even bigger wacko than he ever was and the husband needs to grow some stones either way.

    Him calling her a queen and say he has no reason to trust her says it all. He's probably the kinda guy who walks in on her on top of someone on a bed and believes her when she says they were just playing horsey.

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    Joe Fiennes playing Michael Jackson is not going over well

    http://pagesix.com/video/twitter-fli...chael-jackson/

    Last edited by cash; 01-11-2017 at 07:10 PM.

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    OMG.... So far fetched.... It's gonna suck more than ever....
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    I can't believe they got away with casting a white man as a black guy.

    Native Americans go on the war path when that happens to them.

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    Apparently it's now been cancelled. Probably a good move.

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    I was curious to see this. I wonder if she would have been offended had they gotten Phil LaMarr to play him as he did on MADtv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    I was curious to see this. I wonder if she would have been offended had they gotten Phil LaMarr to play him as he did on MADtv.
    IDK, but he sure looks more like MJ than that white guy. What gets me is all the MJ impersonators out there that look so much like him. Sheesh.

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    Yeah, they could have easily have gone that route. But, this was obviously played for laughs , so I really don't think she would have approved of anyone playing him.
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    You're probably right.

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    He really made some good music, I really miss him.

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    Neverland is now listed at $33 million down from $100 million

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...price-cut.html

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    don't think I've seen this before


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    ^ that's beautiful

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    Loved his music and him
    Can't believe it's been eight years.
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    Thread two, I'm not surprised, Michael was pretty damn awesome. A talent that can never be replaced and a man who gave so much of himself to this world. RIP Michael, finally you get to sleep.

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    Paris Jackson doesn't seem long for this world

    https://pagesix.com/2018/04/21/the-j...073.1518796806

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    Leaving Neverland a new 4 hour documentary by Dan Reed.

    "Reed’s film follows two accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, as they describe intense and graphic acts they say Jackson committed against them, as well those they say the pop icon coached them to commit on him."

    https://variety.com/2019/film/news/l...on-1203118535/
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWrath of MadelineKahn View Post
    Leaving Neverland a new 4 hour documentary by Dan Reed.

    "Reed’s film follows two accusers, Wade Robson and James Safechuck, as they describe intense and graphic acts they say Jackson committed against them, as well those they say the pop icon coached them to commit on him."

    https://variety.com/2019/film/news/l...on-1203118535/
    People said it was supposed to be disturbing. Reckon? It's either true or they are one of the worst kinds of gold diggers.

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    I think it is true. He was a pedophile, highly protected by just about everyone. That whole world is an underground society that keeps it's secrets. Why anyone would want to protect someone who commits crimes against children is beyond me. It's sick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    I think it is true. He was a pedophile, highly protected by just about everyone. That whole world is an underground society that keeps it's secrets. Why anyone would want to protect someone who commits crimes against children is beyond me. It's sick.
    I used to not believe it, but since I've gotten away from all that MJ madness I lean toward his guilt. The people who protect his kind are morally bankrupt.

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    Watched Leaving Neverland. I always believed he was guilty, but hearing it, and seeing how it all played out made complete sense. The money, gifts, promise of fame, how he used all that to seduce these boys and their families made me kind of sick. It's disturbing how he would replace the boys with younger ones because they were getting to old . Old and washed up at 12 ! Good God.
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    I just finished watching it too. I'm just speechless. Look at how many lives he destroyed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansfield67 View Post
    Watched Leaving Neverland. I always believed he was guilty, but hearing it, and seeing how it all played out made complete sense. The money, gifts, promise of fame, how he used all that to seduce these boys and their families made me kind of sick. It's disturbing how he would replace the boys with younger ones because they were getting to old . Old and washed up at 12 ! Good God.
    Anyone who has had experience with abuse knows what he did is exactly what a molester would do. I remember during the 2nd trial, the prosecution said the stuff they took from the house (which by the way included several books of children either semi naked or wearing nothing but because they were classed as art, no one batted an eyelid) could be used to groom a child but it wasn't enough. Even a few jurors said afterwards they didn't believe he was innocent but their hands were tied because there just wasn't enough to give a guilty verdict.

    Add to that, there is now a new story out about two kids reporting him in the 80s for molesting them but the FBI shut it down because he was gonna get an award from Reagan.

    I don't care what anyone says. If this was a guy out on the street, there would be no question that he would be found guilty but because of who he was, they don't want to admit it. In fact, someone even said to me even if he did do it so what, they didn't need to tell anyone because it would ruin his reputation and hurt his family and that speaks volumes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cindyt View Post
    I used to not believe it, but since I've gotten away from all that MJ madness I lean toward his guilt. The people who protect his kind are morally bankrupt.
    There are simply just evil people out there, and somehow they find and protect each other.

    I didn't want to believe this about MJ, because I honestly thought he was a good person. Just a guy creating another childhood for himself because he wasn't allowed to have one of his own. A creative genius who never really grew up, in the same vein as Brian Wilson.

    However, it's really looking like he did this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shellc View Post
    Anyone who has had experience with abuse knows what he did is exactly what a molester would do. I remember during the 2nd trial, the prosecution said the stuff they took from the house (which by the way included several books of children either semi naked or wearing nothing but because they were classed as art, no one batted an eyelid) could be used to groom a child but it wasn't enough. Even a few jurors said afterwards they didn't believe he was innocent but their hands were tied because there just wasn't enough to give a guilty verdict.

    Add to that, there is now a new story out about two kids reporting him in the 80s for molesting them but the FBI shut it down because he was gonna get an award from Reagan.

    I don't care what anyone says. If this was a guy out on the street, there would be no question that he would be found guilty but because of who he was, they don't want to admit it. In fact, someone even said to me even if he did do it so what, they didn't need to tell anyone because it would ruin his reputation and hurt his family and that speaks volumes.
    Some people are too much. Sure they can dismiss all of his actions, until it happens to THEIR child...
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    Hello, Miss Chunk. Been awhile.

    My Boys are in their 40's and take care of themselves. If anybody touched my Grandsons, I'd be willing to spend my last few years in prison delivering some well deserved true justice. Not the type of "Just Us," rich people get. When you molest a Child, you murder their Childhood. Pedophilia should be a Capital Offense. If a Stae does not have the balls to execute them, throw them in GenPop. FFS, most times what you see is what you get. Normal was not a setting even on his Washing Machine.
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    I am debating as to whether to watch the doc or not.

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    Been torn about this for years, but in all honestly if he were "Michael Thompson" and did just HALF the shit we know about - he would have been under the jail...
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    Love how they come forward after his death, I have been sexually abused from the ages of 6-10 and I don't feel he was that way, a few of his accusers came forward awhile back and said they were told to say he molested them when they were kids, by their parents, they stated he never touched them or did anything sexually to them it was all a lie.
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    Well, who knows the truth? Whatever, I do not trust people who write books about someone--anyone--who aren't here to defend themselves.
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    I still believe that he was. It's a very taboo subject for a lot of people to deal with. Look at Jimmy Savile it went on for years, but because he was such a beloved personality nobody wanted to admit it ,or even think something like that could even be true.
    To really know people is to be able to read between the lines on their faces.

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