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Leaving Neverland
« on: March 05, 2019, 08:04:51 am »
Did anyone watch it?

Michael Jackson accused again
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2019, 08:15:28 am »
Did anyone watch it?

Michael Jackson accused again
I didn't.  But DVRed it.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #2 on: March 05, 2019, 08:22:51 am »
Leaves you wondering for sure
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #3 on: March 05, 2019, 11:01:10 am »
One will never really know...if its true or not...could be a money thing...

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« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2019, 11:47:21 am »
One will never really know...if its true or not...could be a money thing...
Well .... the ones who spoke cannot get any money.
But I have a funny twist of mind. ..... why bring this back up now?

IMO, once you die, that's it, game over.
Why open up to the public and tarnish him further. All you really are doing is ruining a memory and hurting the family.
Personally I always thought he was guilty, but that is just my thought.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2019, 11:53:55 am »
Well .... the ones who spoke cannot get any money.
But I have a funny twist of mind. ..... why bring this back up now?

IMO, once you die, that's it, game over.
Why open up to the public and tarnish him further. All you really are doing is ruining a memory and hurting the family.
Personally I always thought he was guilty, but that is just my thought.
I thought he was too fish sticks.
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« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2019, 12:14:26 pm »
I thought he was too fish sticks.
It's not normal for a grown man to shower and sleep with a young boy.
As a mother, it would not happen on my watch.
Money is not everything to me and I think the parent were star struck.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #7 on: March 05, 2019, 12:23:36 pm »
Well .... the ones who spoke cannot get any money.
But I have a funny twist of mind. ..... why bring this back up now?

IMO, once you die, that's it, game over.
Why open up to the public and tarnish him further. All you really are doing is ruining a memory and hurting the family.
Personally I always thought he was guilty, but that is just my thought.

Cases against a deceased person can come back up and haunt that person's legacy but I am more in belief of what you say and a dead man cannot defend him/herself. There are dead people who looked great on the surface and crimes against person are not revealed until after death even years after..

As far as MJ, I had not followed this story, I grew up listening to his music but I was no fan of him bleaching his skin and spending too much time with children...

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« Reply #8 on: March 05, 2019, 01:26:54 pm »
Because this thread chooses to do so, where he can no longer defend his own self - He's Dead Now.
And, you are only hurting his children in the process of doing so.
NO ONE knows the f.cking truth, not you, nor I - we weren't ever present to judge such.

Have we really all became that small to tarnish his last remains and that of the legacy that he left to his own children that one felt the need to create a thread on such.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #9 on: March 05, 2019, 03:18:37 pm »
Because this thread chooses to do so, where he can no longer defend his own self - He's Dead Now.
And, you are only hurting his children in the process of doing so.
NO ONE knows the f.cking truth, not you, nor I - we weren't ever present to judge such.

Have we really all became that small to tarnish his last remains and that of the legacy that he left to his own children that one felt the need to create a thread on such.
SMFH - I think I'll sign off..
I respect your opinion.
I believe I was asking about the documentary and was kinda shocked when it aired.
Like I said, let dead dogs lie and I didn't see the reason for these people to speak out at this time.
I completely agree about his family and children being effected about this show.

That was why I started the thread ..... thanks for the input.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #10 on: March 05, 2019, 04:23:01 pm »
well I liked Michael Jackson..loved watching him and listening to his music..I still think IMOO that its a money thing...if he had done the stuff they say he did why didnt they speak out when he was in court..makes no since to me...there are always money behind everything when it comes to a famous person..Just sad that he cant lay in peace..I bet he is turning over in his grave at all the stuff being said..I feel sorry for the children having to hear this crap about their Dad .  if he is guilty he will pay the price worse than alive..he still has to meet his maker..okay I have said enough...

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« Reply #11 on: March 05, 2019, 04:32:33 pm »
well I liked Michael Jackson..loved watching him and listening to his music..I still think IMOO that its a money thing...if he had done the stuff they say he did why didnt they speak out when he was in court..makes no since to me...there are always money behind everything when it comes to a famous person..Just sad that he cant lay in peace..I bet he is turning over in his grave at all the stuff being said..I feel sorry for the children having to hear this crap about their Dad .  if he is guilty he will pay the price worse than alive..he still has to meet his maker..okay I have said enough...
Yep, it's a money world and yet other things are much more important.
He was a great entertainer, brilliant.

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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #12 on: March 05, 2019, 04:41:03 pm »
I respect your opinion.
I believe I was asking about the documentary and was kinda shocked when it aired.
Like I said, let dead dogs lie and I didn't see the reason for these people to speak out at this time.
I completely agree about his family and children being effected about this show.

That was why I started the thread ..... thanks for the input.
It is not my place to throw accusations at a man I did not even know, cause for all I know, he could’ve been innocent, or guilty as charged.

However, I have read plenty of sources that speaks of MJ never being allowed a childhood. So perhaps he was innocent of the changes he faced. As he did tell the story on the national news, and without fear or regret.

On the other hand, I wouldn’t have allowed my child to sleep in the home and room of an adult I didn’t even know in the first place.
Just a thought.

So I think we all need to stop holding so much speculation and conjecture and leave it all in the past so others can get on with their lives.

It is the victors who rewrite history to usually suit their own narrative and perspectives.
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #13 on: March 05, 2019, 04:50:21 pm »
well I liked Michael Jackson..loved watching him and listening to his music..I still think IMOO that its a money thing...if he had done the stuff they say he did why didnt they speak out when he was in court..makes no since to me...there are always money behind everything when it comes to a famous person..Just sad that he cant lay in peace..I bet he is turning over in his grave at all the stuff being said..I feel sorry for the children having to hear this crap about their Dad .  if he is guilty he will pay the price worse than alive..he still has to meet his maker..okay I have said enough...
I enjoyed some of his music and I am not saying he is innocent or guilty because I don't know but I think maybe the reason so many of these victims don't speak out sometimes as they are minors and afraid.  Again, I don't know but I would have never allowed my children to spend the night in a house of someone I did not know. But I do agree that it seems a lot of people are in it for the money.
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« Reply #14 on: March 05, 2019, 04:50:44 pm »
It is not my place to throw accusations at a man I did not even know, cause for all I know, he could’ve been innocent, or guilty as charged.

However, I have read plenty of sources that speaks of MJ never being allowed a childhood. So perhaps he was innocent of the changes he faced. As he did tell the story on the national news, and without fear or regret.

On the other hand, I wouldn’t have allowed my child to sleep in the home and room of an adult I didn’t even know in the first place.
Just a thought.

So I think we all need to stop holding so much speculation and conjecture and leave it all in the past so others can get on with their lives.

It is the victors who rewrite history to usually suit their own narrative and perspectives.
Agreed
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Re: Leaving Neverland
« Reply #15 on: March 05, 2019, 04:51:36 pm »
Because this thread chooses to do so, where he can no longer defend his own self - He's Dead Now.
And, you are only hurting his children in the process of doing so.
NO ONE knows the f.cking truth, not you, nor I - we weren't ever present to judge such.

Have we really all became that small to tarnish his last remains and that of the legacy that he left to his own children that one felt the need to create a thread on such.
SMFH - I think I'll sign off..
I highly doubt his kids visit this thread.
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« Reply #16 on: March 05, 2019, 05:12:25 pm »
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« Reply #17 on: March 05, 2019, 05:13:58 pm »
It is not my place to throw accusations at a man I did not even know, cause for all I know, he could’ve been innocent, or guilty as charged.

However, I have read plenty of sources that speaks of MJ never being allowed a childhood. So perhaps he was innocent of the changes he faced. As he did tell the story on the national news, and without fear or regret.

On the other hand, I wouldn’t have allowed my child to sleep in the home and room of an adult I didn’t even know in the first place.
Just a thought.

So I think we all need to stop holding so much speculation and conjecture and leave it all in the past so others can get on with their lives.

It is the victors who rewrite history to usually suit their own narrative and perspectives.
Well said, maybe I shouldn't have started the thread but I saw the documentary and was curious as to what others thought.

I remember watching something about his childhood and many other child stars.
I can't imagine being the kind of parent to exploit my children.
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