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  1. I really love Anton Petrov. He's super interesting and super cute and I'd totally do him.
  2. When Annie Blackburn gets out of the Black Lodge to tell you about MJ, you really should listen.
  3. And it made me cry! I'm sure I'm not the only one. And I was convinced he was guilty since the first accusations.
  4. Girl, watch the second part and read this thread.
  5. I watched part II last night along with the Oprah special. I wasn't sure I wanted to watch it because I found the first part disturbing and disgusting. I still watched it, but this second part to me was more sad than the first. You could see in their eyes that they STILL love him. I'm glad I watched it, but I'm never watching it again. It's just too harsh. I'm happy that the victims' voices are finally heard. Hopefully it will inspire more victims to speak out. As for MJ, he's really dead now.
  6. Disgusting! https://variety.com/2019/film/news/michael-jackson-estate-concert-film-youtube-leaving-neverland-1203154028/ Michael Jackson Estate Drops Concert Film on YouTube During ‘Leaving Neverland’ Premiere The Michael Jackson estate has taken one last swipe at the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” which alleges that the late singer sexually abused boys, by releasing a concert film on YouTube the exact length of the first part of the documentary, which airs on HBO Sunday night. The Jackson estate’s Twitter account posted a link to the film about 20 minutes into Part 1 of “Leaving Neverland,” announcing that “Live in Bucharest (The Dangerous Tour),” from 1992, would be available for a “limited time.” At two hours and 20 minutes long, it’s the same length as the first part of “Leaving Neverland.” It doesn’t end there, however. On Monday, a second concert film, “Live at Wembley Stadium” will air the same time as the second part of “Leaving Neverland.” The move is the latest in series of actions taken by the Jackson estate to attempt to discredit the documentary since its Sundance premiere, not least of which is a $100 million lawsuit the estate filed against HBO. The premium cabler took little notice of it, however, stating that it would continue to air the documentary as planned. The documentary, directed and produced by Dan Reedus, focuses on two men, Wade Robson and Jimmy Safechuck, who allege that they were subjected to repeated sexual abuse by Jackson after forming close relationships with the singer through Jackson-related events. It premieres on HBO at 8 p.m. PT Sunday.
  7. Just finished part one. Turns out the straight porn was used to... (gasp) groom them! Who'd have thought?
  8. Is there any link so we can watch it in Canada?
  9. This. How could anyone trust anything that comes from his estate?
  10. Whatever. I'm sure it'll be on youtube eventually and everybody in this thread will watch it. At that point, I think it's going to be a bit more difficult to defend MJ and blame his victims. Some will change their minds, and some will just shut the f**k up. Mark my words.
  11. Then keep telling yourself he was "probably" not guilty and a healthy adult with a healthy sexuality. Tee-hee!
  12. It was mentioned earlier that he was probably using straight porn to groom the kids. The DailyFail is trash, but you should still take 10 min to watch the video. He acts... weird to say the least. And condescending.
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