A secret wardrobe of all kinds intended for babysitting. In November 2003, when the police in Los Angeles broke into Neverland, the grand jumble of Michael Jackson in California, they found scary objects: pictures of naked teenagers, pornography, and enough material for child abuse charges. After the premiere of a powerful documentary I leave Neverland, focusing on the testimonies of two men who described in detail how the "King of Pop" has been abused as children, are now re-showing pictures that show the rude events that took place in corners of the estate, which are still on sale.
A police report is described – published 13 years after the rape one by one objects found in the residenceamong which we can see images of wholly naked teenagers and pornographic material of minors and adults. In each room and property area, they found the incriminating material against the author of "Thriller", who always denied accusations against him.
The images came from the videos taken by the authorities when they performed an impressive operation at the famous Jackson Palace. At least 70 agents broke into property to find evidence of pedophilia.
Ron Zonen, who worked at the Santa Barbara District Attorney's Office, told Radar Online that Jackson used some of the materials to "tear" off the children who were preparing for sexual abuse. Zonen said that at least five children filed complaints with the late singer. "In my head there is no doubt that Michael Jackon is guilty of child abuse.
According to the authorities responsible for investigating the idol, the objects found "are related to their plan to succumb to young boys, they proved their method."
Jackson acquired 1114 square feet of property in 1988 and named Neverland in honor of the imaginary world of Petar Pana, where children did not grow up.
Apart from pornography and books and magazines with naked teenagers and sadomasochism, they found a secret room hidden behind the closet, Hidden in the back of the Neverland Ranch apartment, Jackson designed ithidden and secured, so only the ones who agreedShe had three locks that were sufficiently protected to keep her privacy. Inside, all kinds of elements can be observed. A true museum dedicated to children who spent most of their time together with Jackson.
The film, directed by Dana Reed, focuses on testimonies Wade Robson and James Safechuck, which ensure that the author of the book "Thriller" He abused them while they were children. Robson was 7 years old, and Safechuck was 10 years old when they met the singer.
James Safechuck calls one space in a castle where Jackson allegedly abused, He asserts that the first abuses were in hotel rooms, but when the singer bought Neverland, it became easier for him to commit aggressionAlmost all the property had bare beds to allow Jackson to do all sorts of ill-treatment without revealing it.
The star star died on June 25, 2009 in Los Angeles, aged 50. He has never been convicted of charges of pedophiliaIn order to escape the conviction, he came to various settlements with millionaires with families who accused him of a malicious crime.