Michael Jackson’s Explicit Letters Seized

The Daily Telegraph reports explicit letters and poems said to have been written by to his alleged victim will form the centerpiece of the child molestation case against him. “The district attorney is convinced these letters will be crucial to the case against Jackson,” a source close to the investigation said yesterday. “The boy told investigators about letters and poems and their precise location inside Michael’s home. These letters were among the evidence seized, along with videotapes. They are very explicit and intimate and show a degree of familiarity. Basically, they appear to be love letters from Michael to the boy.”

Jackson Still Shown Some Respect

November 23, 2003 – A correction officer who was in the room at the county jail in Santa Barbara when Michael Jackson was brought in through the back door in handcuffs spoke with The New York Daily News, revealing there was no gawking when the King of Pop arrived. “We were very aware that even though he’s an international celebrity, the guy is not up for display,” the officer revealed. The entire story at nydailynews.com has since been removed.

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4 thoughts on “Michael Jackson’s Explicit Letters Seized

  1. willow84 says:

    whoa if this is true then Jackson is surely finished… I dunno I’ll feel weird whenever I listen to his music. it’s a shame because his music is so awesome.

  2. Whatomat says:

    I won’t feel weird when I listen to his music, which I will continue to do even if he is a child molesters. I won’t buy it but hell I won’t feel bad about stealing it from the internet!! No but if they do have love letters from him to this kid then he is almost certainly guilty..Then again this could just be tabloid bull crap

  3. webanging says:

    Whatowacko you’re a sick freak, trash your MJ albums if he’s convicted

  4. jan says:

    No Love Letters and Michael Jackson Soars to Top of British Charts

    By Jeralyn, Section Crime in the News
    Posted on Mon Nov 24, 2003 at 06:30:30 PM EST

    District Attorney Nola Foulston of Kansas tells Greta Van Susteren of Fox that she just got off the phone with Michael Jackson DA Tom Sneddon who emphatically said no love letters were seized from Michael Jackson’s house. The finding of letters was reported by Diane Dimond on Greta’s show last night.

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