Leaving Neverland: One Detail Has Called The Accuracy Of One Of The Victims' Testimony Into Question
Leaving Neverland: One Detail Has Called The Accuracy Of One Of The Victims' Testimony Into Question
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Leaving Neverland: One Detail Has Called The Accuracy Of One Of The Victims' Testimony Into Question

According to Michael Jackson's biographer, one detail proves that one of the alleged victims lied.

On Sunday, March 3 and Monday, March 4, American channel HBO broadcast a documentary against Michael Jackson entitled Leaving Neverland. A documentary that reviews the accusations of pedophilic acts that have weighed on the singer for a long time. Directed by Dan Reed, Leaving Neverland relies primarily on the testimonies of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, to prove the guilt of the man nicknamed King of Pop.

One of the singer's biographers, Mike Smallcombe, may have just proved that one of the two victims, James Safechuck, was lying. In his testimony, James Safechuck claims to have been the target of a sexual assault by Michael Jackson at the Neverland Park Station. According to the biographer, this attack could never have taken place, because at the time, the station had not yet been built. Mike Smallcombe relies on this temporal incoherence to try to prove the innocence of Michael Jackson.

The director of the documentary immediately commented on these accusations of lying: "He (James Safechuck) was present at Neverland during and after the construction of the station. James Safechuck took pictures of this station, which I checked. This does not impact his testimony, evidence that Michael Jackson has committed these sexual assaults multiple times, in multiple locations."

By Ruby Smith

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