Fiddes: Michael Jackson Would Have Been Accused Of Sexual Assault #MeToo Movement, Per ‘Radar Online

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terrell;4227733 said:
In law, they are correct to a point. That is why I say THE EVIDENCE PROVED Michael to be innocent and then I lay it out. and if anyone say MJ was guilty, tell them to back it up with FACTS which they can not. And they can NOT use the 1993 case either because that was allowed to come into the 2005 and finally put on trial as well and prove the be BS (and when someone bring up the settlement, I explain settlements to them. Settlements are done for varies of reason even when people are innocent. One example that get people when they think it does is when I say "do you know someone who has been in a wreck"? You know that person was not hurt but that person is going to play it up in order to try to get a settlement even if they are not hurt. I am sure you know someone who did this. And often, those posters disappear and say no more because they know most people know someone who received a settlement and LIED about it but they still got a settlement.

I believe Michael was innocent of the charges, and the evidence didn't prove anything, so he was never proven to be guilty. What really got to me was that the media and society charged MJ as guilty, in the court of public opinion, before there was any real trial to present the actual facts.

Even R. Kelly, who had plenty of evidence to prove that he was guilty, was treated more fairly by the public.

I think the public just believed anyone who was "different" in some way had to be doing something wrong. It's just like when a crime occurs, and people say, "He was quiet" or "He was a loner with no friends." Plenty of people are loners, and they aren't harming anyone. But society would like everyone to believe that if someone is a loner, who is quiet, then they must be ready to commit some sort of crime. It's the same with Michael Jackson, and the perceived "where there's smoke, there's fire" argument.
 

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ShipOfFools;4228933 said:
I believe Michael was innocent of the charges, and the evidence didn't prove anything, so he was never proven to be guilty. What really got to me was that the media and society charged MJ as guilty, in the court of public opinion, before there was any real trial to present the actual facts.

Even R. Kelly, who had plenty of evidence to prove that he was guilty, was treated more fairly by the public.

I think the public just believed anyone who was "different" in some way had to be doing something wrong. It's just like when a crime occurs, and people say, "He was quiet" or "He was a loner with no friends." Plenty of people are loners, and they aren't harming anyone. But society would like everyone to believe that if someone is a loner, who is quiet, then they must be ready to commit some sort of crime. It's the same with Michael Jackson, and the perceived "where there's smoke, there's fire" argument.

That is exactly my opinion.
 

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ShipOfFools;4228933 said:
I believe Michael was innocent of the charges, and the evidence didn't prove anything, so he was never proven to be guilty. What really got to me was that the media and society charged MJ as guilty, in the court of public opinion, before there was any real trial to present the actual facts.

Even R. Kelly, who had plenty of evidence to prove that he was guilty, was treated more fairly by the public.

I think the public just believed anyone who was "different" in some way had to be doing something wrong. It's just like when a crime occurs, and people say, "He was quiet" or "He was a loner with no friends." Plenty of people are loners, and they aren't harming anyone. But society would like everyone to believe that if someone is a loner, who is quiet, then they must be ready to commit some sort of crime. It's the same with Michael Jackson, and the perceived "where there's smoke, there's fire" argument.


The real problem is too many people just believe what other people say as the absolute truth. And so they believe the media as absolute truth.

The real truth is the media hated Michael. And they wanted the public to hate Michael. Gullible/brainwashed will believe anything they are told. And wrongly accused people are always left with their life ruined.
 

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Krshna28;4228991 said:
The real problem is too many people just believe what other people say as the absolute truth. And so they believe the media as absolute truth.

The real truth is the media hated Michael. And they wanted the public to hate Michael. Gullible/brainwashed will believe anything they are told. And wrongly accused people are always left with their life ruined.

Yuuuup he was their go to for trash stories.......basically their whipping boy :grrrrrr
 

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Krshna28;4228991 said:
The real problem is too many people just believe what other people say as the absolute truth. And so they believe the media as absolute truth.

The real truth is the media hated Michael. And they wanted the public to hate Michael. Gullible/brainwashed will believe anything they are told. And wrongly accused people are always left with their life ruined.

And this is exactly I hated them more than they hated Michael, because they're fricking stupid listening to so much poison the media and the tabloids been feeding them. Well they'll one day burn for their hatred towards Michael!

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Add Richard Marx to the MJ hater list, his ignorance is sheer mind blowing :wtf2


<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">No question he was one of the most talented humans in history but...did everyone posting &#8220;happy birthday&#8221; tributes to Michael Jackson just conveniently forget he paid millions to kids who claimed he molested them? <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/askingformyself?src=hash&amp;ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">#askingformyself</a></p>&mdash; Richard Marx (@richardmarx) <a href="https://twitter.com/richardmarx/status/1035024197964259328?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">August 30, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Very telling. The mindless who can&#8217;t both love a person&#8217;s work and find fault with their personal behavior. Michael Jackson admittedly behaved inappropriately with children. Wake the **** up. <a href="https://t.co/OlLxoSTcmZ">https://t.co/OlLxoSTcmZ</a></p>&mdash; Richard Marx (@richardmarx) <a href="https://twitter.com/richardmarx/status/1035036630770438144?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">August 30, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Yep. That was ****ed up, too. But for whatever societal reasons in 1958, a 22 year old man with a 14 year old girl wasn&#8217;t viewed the same in 2005 as a 45 year old man with a 12 year old boy. <a href="https://t.co/a3B2w0INNN">https://t.co/a3B2w0INNN</a></p>&mdash; Richard Marx (@richardmarx) <a href="https://twitter.com/richardmarx/status/1035037705300856832?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">August 30, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I&#8217;m a huge fan of Michael&#8217;s work, too. But there was some seriously ****ed up shit regarding children. Period. I&#8217;m a huge fan of Woody Allen&#8217;s work, too and he&#8217;s been found guilty of no crime. But I think he&#8217;s also seriously ****ed up. <a href="https://t.co/ks2Gsr1IgS">https://t.co/ks2Gsr1IgS</a></p>&mdash; Richard Marx (@richardmarx) <a href="https://twitter.com/richardmarx/status/1035041211160113152?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">August 30, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
 
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Never underestimate the stupidity of some people. I guess he still thinks saddam had WMD's.trying to kickstart his career i guess ?
 

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ShipOfFools;4228933 said:
I believe Michael was innocent of the charges, and the evidence didn't prove anything, so he was never proven to be guilty. What really got to me was that the media and society charged MJ as guilty, in the court of public opinion, before there was any real trial to present the actual facts.

Even R. Kelly, who had plenty of evidence to prove that he was guilty, was treated more fairly by the public.

I think the public just believed anyone who was "different" in some way had to be doing something wrong. It's just like when a crime occurs, and people say, "He was quiet" or "He was a loner with no friends." Plenty of people are loners, and they aren't harming anyone. But society would like everyone to believe that if someone is a loner, who is quiet, then they must be ready to commit some sort of crime. It's the same with Michael Jackson, and the perceived "where there's smoke, there's fire" argument.
No, when I say "evidence", evidence is everything from the testimony, cross examine, witnesses no DNA, and everything used to try to prove the person is innocent or guilty. People at Mike's trial were PROVEN liars, caught in lies, etc. That is evidence as well.
 
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