Once again the FBI, Feckless Bureau of Investigation, has proved that it cannot be trusted to safeguard the safety of American citizens. Its sin this time is sitting on thousands of pages of evidence that shows how perverted freak Michael Jackson gave tens of millions of dollars in hush money to the parents and victims of his unholy affections. Jackson's trial for child molestation took place in 2005 and the FBI had evidence showing him to be a serial molester since 2002.
As reportedin the Mirror:
Secret FBI files exclusively seen by the Sunday People reveal Michael Jackson spent £23million buying the silence of at least two dozen young boys he abused over 15 years.I wonder how many other people are now subject to government extortion due to Pellicano's impounded documents and much special "alone time" Obama is enjoying while perusing these documents while sitting on the White House crapper.
The documents – case numbers CADCE MJ-02463 and CR 01046 – were not passed on to prosecutors in the King of Pop’s 2005 trial, when he was cleared of molesting a child.
But they throw a disturbing new light on the megastar’s insistence he never laid a finger on any of the scores of kids he invited to his home for unsupervised sleep-overs.
Agents have thousands of pages of evidence dating back to 1989 indicating Jacko groomed and molested children – sometimes right under the noses of their starstruck parents.
The FBI files include private investigators’ reports, phone transcripts and hours of audio tapes.
[...] Ironically, many of the damning reports in the FBI collection had been commissioned by Jacko himself.
Terrified the parents of boys who spent nights with him at his Neverland ranch might go to the cops or expose him in the media, the desperate singer hired “private eye to the stars” Anthony Pellicano to target potential skeletons in his closet – and make sure they stayed out of the limelight.
But when Pellicano was investigated himself in 2002 for bugging Hollywood stars such as Sylvester Stallone, the FBI seized all his files – including many about Jackson. It is copies of these to which the Sunday People has had exclusive access.