“How do I feel?
I am glad that the jury finally came to the same conclusion we knew all along.
And what was the purpose of torturing this beautiful human being not only by a few ignorant (lacking a sense of awareness) lawmen, but also by a media willing to participate in the crucifixion for greed?
I am ENRAGED!” Read more.
Howard Bloom discusses Michael
in the following interview:
“About Neverland: “But Michael…after having it raided three times by the cops to no avail for them, it shook him. He was living there up until the trial, and continued to live there during the trial, but just before the trial, they got a search warrant and went back out, allegedly because they wanted to find as-built plans for the house.
And they could have asked us and we would have given them to him. They could have made a motion in court and we would have given them to him. They could have gone down to the archives and got them. But it was just an excuse to go out and raid it one more time.
They roused him early in the morning, and his kids were there, and after that he said, ‘I don’t think I can live here anymore.’ And it was a shame.
He had his tree. He would go up in this tree, and he wrote some of his songs there. It’s kind of like a historic place, but for him it was a very personal place.” Read more.
“What Nordahl saw in Jackson was a wounded and misunderstood genius who felt spiritually obligated to help children. Though Jackson was acquitted in his 2005 child sexual abuse trial, it “broke his spirit,” Nordahl says. “Michael would never molest a child. He always felt so bad for kids who were mistreated or sick. He spent so much time with critically ill kids. If a mother called about a dying child somewhere, he’d jump on a plane.” Read more.