Ben, a psychosexual therapist, called Talk Radio and gave his opinion on Leaving Neverland. What should have been a civilised and factual discussion, quickly turned into a victim shaming rant.
Analysing Twitter user, Andrew Greene from South Carolina, and his claims of FBI investigations and authority figures exonerating Michael Jackson.
Fact checking MJ stans and their claim that paedophile recommended book, Boys Will Be Boys, contained less nudity than stated by lead prosecutor, Ron Zonen.
Analysing whether MJs Fact Vault Twitter page concerning Jordan Chandler's description of MJ's genitalia is factually true, or fan misinformation.
During the Ed Bradley interview, and weeks after his arrest, Michael Jackson claims that he was physically manhandled by the police which resulted in the dislocation of his shoulder.
Square One director, Danny Wu and participant Charles Thompson, mislead viewers about Anthony Pellicano's spliced audiotape and serious criminal history.
The Michael Jackson Innocent Project, not only sells a selection of victim blaming merchandise, but is also promising to donate all profits to Taj Jackson's unpublished documentary project.
Despite claiming that the word Jacko is a racist term, UK journalist, Charles Thomson makes excuses for another Twitter user who called Oprah Winfrey a coon.
A new Michael Jackson documentary made by Jacques Peretti examines the recent allegations made in Leaving Neverland.
Blog post that questions whether the unverified Brett Barnes Twitter account is fake or real, after a 10+ year presence on Twitter.