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post #31 of 50
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Originally Posted by caprice
http://www.cnn.com/2005/LAW/06/13/ja...ial/index.html


25 more minutes and we'll know something!
It will probably be delayed, Jackson has to make his usual pit stop at the ER! LOL!
post #32 of 50
MJ Cleared of all counts! He was found not guilty of anything but being weird.
post #33 of 50
Yaaaayy!! NOT GUILTY ON ALL 10 COUNTS!
Now they will talk about this and those opposed will fuss and argue for a long time.
As I said, I think he is just wierd. I do not believe he would ever hurt a child intentionally.
post #34 of 50
I never thought he did it. It was pretty obvious that his accusers were not credible at all. I think that he is a little creepy though, but part of me thinks that he only wanted to relive his childhood through those kids since he never really had one.
post #35 of 50
Thanks for putting into words what I feel.

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Originally Posted by sofiecusion
I never thought he did it. It was pretty obvious that his accusers were not credible at all. I think that he is a little creepy though, but part of me thinks that he only wanted to relive his childhood through those kids since he never really had one.
post #36 of 50
I agree with you Lacey. I don't think he did it...he's just different like the rest of us...just a little more
post #37 of 50
So now that he has been to court twice over child molestation charges do you think he will continue his behavior? Or do you think he will calm it down a little? And on the other side, do you think parents will still send their children over to MJ's house to spend the night?
post #38 of 50
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Originally Posted by caprice
I agree with you Lacey. I don't think he did it...he's just different like the rest of us...just a little more
Thank god most child molesters are different than the most of us. I'm not surprised by this verdict, I don't think the State presented a good case, and given California's track record over the last ten years of so...well THAT speaks for itself.
post #39 of 50
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Originally Posted by Roxy_loves_CJ
So now that he has been to court twice over child molestation charges do you think he will continue his behavior? Or do you think he will calm it down a little? And on the other side, do you think parents will still send their children over to MJ's house to spend the night?
He only been to court ONCE, that last case was settled out of court, and never came close to one. Child molesters like leopards, don't change their spots.
post #40 of 50
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Originally Posted by batgirl2good
Thanks for putting into words what I feel.
Aww, a lot of us did not have great childhoods, some a lot worse than Jackson's...not an excuse for "cuddling" with little boys in your bed.
post #41 of 50
I think parents will keep sending their kids over, probably not as many parents but for those who believe in his innocence I believe they will keep sending their kids over and allow their kids to sleep in this man's bed. I don't think that he will stop. He doesn't see an issue with what he has done, even that that is legal, albeit creepy.
post #42 of 50
All I did was agree with sophiecushion's statement, [quote]

I never thought he did it. It was pretty obvious that his accusers were not credible at all. I think that he is a little creepy though, but part of me thinks that he only wanted to relive his childhood through those kids since he never really had one.[quote]


I do not think he was guilty of the molestation charges.
The jury found him "Not guilty." As I said, I think he is wierd.
That's all I said.
I did not say "cuddling" with little boys was ok.
As far as I know, little boys have sleepovers with friends.
I don't think MJ ever grew up mentally or emotionally.



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Originally Posted by Mom of Franz
Aww, a lot of us did not have great childhoods, some a lot worse than Jackson's...not an excuse for "cuddling" with little boys in your bed.
post #43 of 50
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Originally Posted by Mom of Franz
Aww, a lot of us did not have great childhoods, some a lot worse than Jackson's...not an excuse for "cuddling" with little boys in your bed.

I was just pointing out that he did not have a normal childhood. He did not get to have sleepovers and other fun things that regular non-famous kids do. He IS creepy, but that was just his way of getting to have a childhood.
post #44 of 50
What this man needs more than anything is a shrink. He needs to have someone evaluate him and see if they can help him. I think that everyone will agree that he has problems (doesnt matter where they stem from, they are there) his behaviors are not healthy, for him, and in some opinions, for others. Heaven knows he has the money for help.
post #45 of 50
I for one have NEVER thought he was guilty of anything other than not growing up. IMO he never had a childhood and is living it now. I do NOT think he molested anybody and now that he is "broke", maybe some of those parents will realize they aren't going to get any money and finally leave the "boy" alone.

He is different, I agree, but I think his own worst enemy in that he is incredibly naive and childlike. He needs someone in his life who can "parent" him - not people who try to destroy him.

He's been generous to the world in lots of ways - but we humans tend to quickly forget the good things and focus on any negative that pops up!

I for one am very happy he was acquitted and I hope he can get back into his music for he is a very, very talented musician.
post #46 of 50
From what I have heard, the timeline was a problem, they claim he suddenly molested this kid *after* the documentary came out? I can see a jury having a problem with that.

And I agree that he needs to learn boundries and about real life. Celebs are so isolated.
post #47 of 50
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Originally Posted by sofiecusion
I was just pointing out that he did not have a normal childhood. He did not get to have sleepovers and other fun things that regular non-famous kids do. He IS creepy, but that was just his way of getting to have a childhood.
I never had a sleepover either (sob, sob) think I'll go molest some kids now. A lot of people have childhood worse than Jackson..my god would you excuse them too?
post #48 of 50
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Originally Posted by Mom of Franz
I never had a sleepover either (sob, sob) think I'll go molest some kids now. A lot of people have childhood worse than Jackson..my god would you excuse them too?

I was just giving an example of things he never had during his childhood. I believe that he is trying to have a childhood now. I'm not agreeing that this is a proper way to do that. He IS very different and I believe he needs therapy. Hopefully he realizes this as well. He was found not guilty for a reason. Some people are just out to make a buck, and his accusers have proven themselves to be just that. He has no money now for anyone to go after. Hopefully now that everyone realizes that, he will be able to receive the therapy he needs.

Please do not twist my words around.
post #49 of 50
THe thing is, we'll never know. THere is a play out on Broadway called "Doubt" and it's about this very thing. A Priest is accused of molestation by a nun, but there is no actual proof. And the play doesn't answer the question in the end. So in the end the play is really about Doubt. We will just have to live with our doubt. I just hope we never hear of him again, he just drifts away, but I know that won't happen, he needs money again.

You know one dispicable thing we KNOW he did was aquire those Beatles songs in an underhanded way. Maybe he will have to sell them back to Sir
Paul!
post #50 of 50
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Originally Posted by batgirl2good
I do not believe he would ever hurt a child intentionally.
I don't think he would intentionally harm a child either, but I'm also not sure that he understands how some of his actions can harm a child. Sleeping with adolescent boys is certainly not good for their emotional well-being, nor would having a 46 year old man introduce them to pornography, alcohol or masterbation. They will find all of that on their own in due time.

As far as actually molesting the boys, that I'm just not sure about. It wasn't proven beyond a reasonable doubt in this case, but that sure doesn't mean he never has.
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