posted on Jun, 30 2009 @ 03:02 PM
reply to post by Little One
The young man received an annuity worth over $50 million, plus his parents also received money to buy their silence. (I also blame the parents for not
pressing charges.) I read your sites (blogs) that claim he recanted his story, but have not seen it in other news sites. It still does not refute the
claims made by the other young men. Again, I read his deposition, and he was in a police station when he made it. Also, there were stories about how
his father reacted and was going to go to Michael Jackson's home and inflict bodily harm. He needed to be calmed down, and also confronted MJ in
front of witnesses. I noticed those parts were not refuted or mentioned in the stories. (The photos of the victim are not of him. I did see one
picture of the boy, and he is white.)
There were several other settlements out of court to other boys that were over one million dollars, and those were on the site The Smoking Gun.
The depositions I read were quite real, and were not made up. The police were going to charge Michael Jackson for molesting a ten year old boy, but
the boy was too upset and did not want to talk. The mother testified at the trial about what happened, and never made any money or had a settlement
awarded to her or her son. Young boys do not make that stuff up in the explicit details that were in the depositions.
The die hard fans of MJ will love him and overlook his very bizarre behavior. An adult man sleeping with young boys in his bed is not normal behavior
and would cause an investigation if any other adult man did such a thing.
Justice was not served when MJ was acquitted. The prosecution should of filed charges against MJ for the other boys (who were in their late teens and
early twenties) who testified in the 2005 case. MJ would of been convicted and sent to prison.