The Arvizo NONSENSE case
There is no need to focus much on the Arvizos ‘molestation’ case as it is so much NONSENSE that normal people should not be giving it a second thought.
To think that Gavin Arvizo could be molested AFTER the whole world started looking at Neverland in horror and amazement is the quintessence of INSANITY, and one can only wonder how the case could go as far as the trial at all. All it shows is total desperation on the part of the prosecution – evidently they had nothing else to present to the world but this theatre of the absurd which we know now by the name of the 2005 Michael Jackson trial.
However in case you are dealing with an especially dedicated hater of Michael Jackson and a complete idiot at that, here is an excellent article I would recommend to everyone for doing away with the Arvizos once and for all.
The article was written when the 2005 case was not yet over – which makes it clear that sane people could see through its falsity from the very beginning. The Arvizo case would have indeed be hilarious if it had not been terribly sad and even tragic for Michael Jackson and wouldn’t have shortened his life.
Here are some excerpts from the article:
“READ CAREFULLY. Most people think that the alleged order of events is as follows: (1) Michael molested Gavin Arvizo, a 12-year-old cancer survivor, (2) the Bashir documentary aired, (3) local authorities began an investigation into his relationship with the boy, and then, finally, (4) he imprisoned the family until he could coerce them into denying, on camera, that anything ever happened.
They would be wrong.
According to the prosecution’s own version, here’s the correct order: (1) the Bashir documentary aired, (2) local authorities began an investigation, (3) Michael imprisoned the family, and then — after all this — (4) he began molesting the boy.
That’s right. The first alleged instance of molestation took place AFTER Michael Jackson was being investigated for molestation.
Rolling Stone magazine, one of the few mainstream publications that devoted a serious article to this case, brilliantly boiled down the prosecution’s case as follows:
“In a panic over negative publicity, Jackson conspires to kidnap a boy and force him to deny acts of molestation that in fact never happened, and then he gets over his panic just long enough to actually molest the child at the very moment when the whole world is watching.”
Most incredibly, during the period of alleged imprisonment, the Arvizo family repeatedly returned to Neverland, after having plenty of opportunities to call for help (but never doing so).
Hell, I would love to be “falsely imprisoned” if it means I get a complementary outlet shopping spree for new clothes worth over a thousand dollars, a free Will Ferrell movie, a $175 steak dinner for me and my co-captives at Black Angus, a manicure, a wax, and my capturer picking up the tab for the removal of my son’s braces. OK, maybe I won’t love the wax job.
If it sounds like I’m saying that the Arvizo family is a conniving troupe of con-artist hell-bound miscreants, then your hearing needs to be checked, because I’m not talking out loud.
But you would be correct, in my opinion, to conclude that this family is predatory, scheming, and capable of exploiting Gavin’s illness to dig gold from countless celebrities like Chris Tucker (who got suckered into paying for plane tickets to Florida) and George Lopez.
Most Americans believed the King of Pop was guilty before the trial even began. This is evidenced by the fact that the media, as well as we the people, decided not to treat his trial as an actual legal proceeding to determine his guilt, but rather, a celebrity freak-show carnival.
Meanwhile, the jurors clearly have no chance of remaining objective. This USA Today article reveals that jurors watched Jay Leno’s Tonight Show on the night that he openly made countless jokes about Jackson’s pedophilia — and the judge doesn’t care. Regardless of whether they’ve been following the rules of avoiding news coverage, any juror with a mental capacity above vegetative has heard enough to conclude that Michael Jackson is a pedophile.
But based on what I do know — the conflicting testimony, the questionable credibility of the prosecution witnesses, the lack of any DNA evidence, and the overwhelming evidence of the Arvizos’ ulterior motives — I submit that there is very reasonable doubt as to MJ’s guilt.
Which is to say, Michael Jackson deserves to walk free. Or, perhaps, moonwalk free.