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    Michael Jackson verdict
    I am afraid no matter what the verdict is there are going to be riots in LA. Especially if he is convicted.


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    I doubt there will be any at all

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    I agree. How can there be riots when Michael Jackson is found guilty? I am not saying if. Michael will be found guilty. If there is a riot all those persons who are involved should be jailed and if they have kids, they should be taken away from their parents. Let us not forget what this case is about it is about grown man who has confessed to have little boys sleeping with him in his bed... This is not civil rights or human rights issue, this has to do with innocent boys being taken advantage of by a big grown up popular famous man who manipulated these kids. So there better be no riots or else.
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    What a sad, sad end to Michael. Even if he is cleared, which I doubt, he will never regain much of a reputation.
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    Not guilty on all counts.

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    What B$!
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    not guilty all counts
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    add the words "michael jackson not guilty" to your blog, take advantage of the free traffic

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    Jackson NOT GUILTY of anything!!!
    Honestly, I thought he was framed, too.
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    Someone snuck kids into his bed while he was sleeping?

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    That is not the same thing as molestation.

    The fact is 12 people who heard all the evidence and studied it at length found that no wrong doing had been proven in any way what-so-ever. I listened to most of the trial while I worked on pages and I agree with them.
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    Like it or not, the jury (the people) has spoken and Michael is a free man.
    I have mixed emotions. It seemed pretty clear that he molested kids, but if the prosecutors can't prove it beyond a doubt, that is not Michael's fault.

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    MJ aside, I think it's such a sad world when a grown-up adult male can't sleep with children (even his own) without somebody thinking that there's some foul play involved. I agree that children need to be protected but I know for a fact that this 'child protection' thing seems to have gone too far. When male teachers at my son's school are afraid to hug a child to comfort them after they fallen down for fear of reprisals it's a sad sad state of affairs.

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    I agree Oscar.


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    I agree 100%

    That whole trial didn't make any sense at all. This supposed ragging pedophile was accused something like 10 years ago and then nothing for a decade or so. Then, after the documentary, when the eyes of the world were on him, he supposedly starts up again. That just doesn't compute.

    Seems to me, that if he were this out of control ragging pedophile, victims would be coming out of the walls.
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    A teacher hugging a child, or a father taking a nap with a child, is not the same thing as someone with a Peter Pan syndrome sleeping with lots of them. He needs counseling and no more kids in the bed. If this happens again they should just throw him in jail, tell him to grow up. If this was your neighbor across the street, a male in his 40's having sleepovers with boys, most would think differently. Hell, I would give him a little jail time just for being stupid. How many child molestation trials does someone need to go thru to get the point. A grown man having sleepovers with boys is not normal.

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    Who says Michael Jackson is normal? He clearly isn't.

    Who says he doesn't need counceling?

    That does not make him a molester, either. If he slept with tons of children and molested them, there would, one would expect, be tons of accusers jumping on the "Me, too!" band wagon.

    And, if he were intent on molesting that particular child that was a pretty strange time to start doing it.

    None-the-less, while I support his right to engage in any legal activity, I think he is well advised to give up sleepovers.
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    I'm afraid to even smile at a child while standing in a grocery store line. You just never know these days, the intentions of some adults. The desire to get rich quick at someone else's expense seems to dominate a lot of people's minds. I stay clear of children that I am not related to. I'd hate to be a teacher in today's world.
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    My 2 cents:
    He's an easy target. He's stupid for doing it. The parents are stupid for sending their children there. The parents were probably out for money from day one. He's an easy target. He may be harmless, but he's stupid for doing it. Did I mention he's an easy target?
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    I find it strange that any grown man would spend that much time with children in the confines of his own home under those circumstances.

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    I believe that justice WAS served in this case. This was nothing more than a witch hunt on the part of the prosecution, and an attempt by the accuser's family to pull off a massive extortion racket. I don't condone a grown man sleeping in his bed with children who are not his own, but Michael Jackson is (and always has been) weird and childlike and obviously didn't think there was anything wrong with what he was doing. He has done some wonderful things for children over the years, and I hope he continues to do so. Hopefully, he has learned a valuable lesson from this trial and changes the way he interacts with children.

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    You know what gets to me about this whole thing? The little boy or young man in the middle of all of this. MJ is a grown 40-something man. He'll survive. That kid, the accuser is screwed either way folks. From what I understand, his mother is pure trash. That means that either one of 2 things happened here:

    1. His mother used him to extort money from a famous man who is innocent and he will have to deal with that for the rest of his life.
    or...
    2. He was molested and abused by a man he idolized and trusted and the guy got away with it because his mother is trash.

    Either way, this poor kid is going to be pretty damned messed up for a very long time. It's sad that the news focused on MJ and not the poor kid, who was also ill with cancer for some time.

    I pray for him and his recovery.

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    So mote it be!
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    Well I hope this Peter Pan wannabee pervert takes a moonwalk off the San Francisco Bridge. My take is Jesse Jackson and Don King will put together a super celeb. fight between Mike Tyson and Michael Jackson with the winner taking on The Governator.
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    That means that either one of 2 things happened here:
    (possibilites)
    But there are more than 2 things. Those assumptions don't really consider the boy's possible points of view, rather they are made based upon what *adults* believe about these types of things.

    Other possibilities:

    He had a lot of "fun" with Michael, enjoyed it all, and is actually glad he got off even though he did it. It's also possible that the boy is homosexual or bisexual, in which case he wouldn't mind Michael doing "intimate acts." The age gap? When a man is acting like an oversized little boy all the time and living in a carni it would probably be easy to ignore.

    Or

    He was a 100% willing partner-in-crime with his ma, and was already corrupted enough to not care about accusing an innocent man. (In that case, he was already messed up.)

    Or

    He thought the "intimacy" was messed up, but went along with it in order to be able to keep drinking, looking at pornos, and playing at the big carni. In other words the fun stuff served as a sufficient bribe.

    But in any case, I wouldn't be surprised to see a tell-all book (of possibly dubious factuality) appear right about the time he hits 18.

    For the record I do think Michael did at least some of what he was accused of. That "kidnapping" bit was a stretch, though...
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