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Old 01-31-2005, 12:26 PM   #16
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Granted it's not unbiased, but check out:

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/010605jackson.html

The dude is totally guilty and I hope he goes to jail. . . he's one sick mother F'er. . .
Mixed responses so far then mainly - but I for one will be waiting a few months, before branding him like that GG.
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Old 01-31-2005, 03:29 PM   #17
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ah-ha...now I understand! However - I enjoy both!
i know , i like floyd very much too , but Michael should be more careful , Roger Waters and Michael Jackson should make double album 2gether , two huge egos , two huge talents , like Outcast , both released albums bout WAll's , both are having good haircuts
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Old 02-01-2005, 01:47 AM   #18
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i know , i like floyd very much too , but Michael should be more careful , Roger Waters and Michael Jackson should make double album 2gether , two huge egos , two huge talents , like Outcast , both released albums bout WAll's , both are having good haircuts

Or perhaps a re-mastered Final Cut - with Jacko providing guest vocals on, hmmm, maybe 'Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert"!
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MJ is a very strange man.Does this make him guilty?I dont kmow but he is very strange all the same.
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Would i let my kids spend a night in the same building as MJ??
Not a chance!
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MJ is a very strange man.Does this make him guilty?I dont kmow but he is very strange all the same.
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It doesn't have to be Michael Jackson himself, I'd hope most parents wouldn't let their child spend the night at any other adult's house without supervision.

Did these indicident(s) occur after Jordan Chandler's case?

I do hope people look beyond the media and websites like the Smoking Gun as oracles of truth. These charges are in many ways worse and more serious than murder. They cannot be taken lightly and so very few people do really know what actually happened. Not us who post about it on the internet, that's for sure.
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Yes Angela, they're supposed to have happened since the turn of the century.
It's just strange to me how, before the Martin Bashir Interview with Michael Jackson, the parents of this child were quite happy with all the time their son was spending at Jackson's home, and it wasnt until after it was shown on tv, that they suddenly started making all these allegations against Michael, (perhaps thinking about what the last family that did that got out of it).
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he should continue making new albums , the guy is talented , why he did that documentary with brashir ( spell?? )
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I hope for the kids' sake he is innocent.
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The trouble is that the man is clearly mentally ill, but instead of someone doing something to help him, because of his celebrity status he's been allowed to carry on in his own little world with the fairies.

It's no wonder he's ended up like this, but how the hell he can be put on trial as if he's completely sane is beyond me.

The jacko fans compound the problem, they can't see the wood for the trees.

The whole situation is very sad. He may be one of the most famous people in the world, but I've no doubt he's also one of the loneliest.
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The trouble is that the man is clearly mentally ill, but instead of someone doing something to help him, because of his celebrity status he's been allowed to carry on in his own little world with the fairies.

It's no wonder he's ended up like this, but how the hell he can be put on trial as if he's completely sane is beyond me.

The jacko fans compound the problem, they can't see the wood for the trees.

The whole situation is very sad. He may be one of the most famous people in the world, but I've no doubt he's also one of the loneliest.
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Rather than wish luck to Jacko, I'm wishing luck to the American Justice system and hope they get it right.
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I am very curious to see what happens with this Trial.

He seems TOO weird to be real.. But what do i know
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