Tag Archives: Leaving Neverland
Leaving Neverland’s Disturbing Narrative About the Nature of Child Sexual Abuse
Leaving Neverland‘s portrayal of the nature of alleged child sexual abuse is disturbing, to say the least. When you pay close attention to it, you will realize that it portrays alleged child sexual abuse as some kind of romantic-erotic relationship, … Continue reading
“Even Michael Jackson’s sister, LaToya said he was guilty” / “James Safechuck’s current allegations back up what LaToya said in 1993”
Michael Jackson detractors often use some of LaToya Jackson‘s 1993-1994 interviews against him. I write “some of” her interviews, because in the 1993-1994 period she was pretty inconsistent. In the wake of the 1993 Jordan Chandler allegations against Michael, LaToya … Continue reading
When did James Safechuck realize that he was allegedly an abuse victim?
In Leaving Neverland we hear James Safechuck’s mother, Stephanie declare that she danced for joy when Michael Jackson died in 2009 because he would not be able to harm any more children. But why did Stephanie Safechuck react this way … Continue reading
Michael Jackson’s niece, Brandi Jackson dated Wade Robson for about 7 years – pokes holes in his story!
Michael Jackson’s niece, Brandi Jackson dated Wade Robson for about 7 years – partly during the relevant period about which Robson now alleges that Michael Jackson sexually abused him and that he was “in love” with Michael Jackson and Michael … Continue reading
Grooming or a Generous and Lonely Soul?
The prosecution and a part of the media often used the loaded term “grooming” while describing Michael Jackson’s friendship with children, specifically young boys, and their families. This narrative was further pushed in the 2019 documentary “Leaving Neverland” where every … Continue reading
A Critical Analysis of “Leaving Neverland”
In this article we will address Dan Reed‘s 2019 documentary Leaving Neverland that features Wade Robson and James Safechuck and their sexual abuse allegations against the late Michael Jackson. Chapters: Problem: “Leaving Neverland” is blatantly and deliberately one-sided Claim 1: … Continue reading