“PORN” found at Michael Jackson´s home


  by Helena on vindicatemj.wordpress.com


July 12th, 2010

Our new GUEST HATER raised the issue of “porn” found at Michael Jackson’s home. She claims that “Michael Jackson was not a heterosexual. His porn collection proves absolutely nothing outside the fact he was a desperately tortured man who could not at all relate to real women. Also, he had numerous books in which the subject was nude men. One book even was a photographic study of homosexuality; very explicit and it’s content shows it was for erotic purposes. Also, the photo book that was a romantic documentation of two NUDE mens love. What straight man has that? Wake up!”

Our DAVID EDWARDS has honored her with a reply which I fully support: “Regarding the pornography, the only porn found was LEGAL, ADULT, HETEROSEXUAL porn! There were two books that contained children, but it was not pornographic at all! They are legally available on Amazon and other booksellers! The following is from the “Reflections On The Dance” website: The first, called “The Boy: A Photographic Essay”, was an art book depicting photos taken in 1963 during the shooting of the movie Lord of the Flies. In the book, Michael inscribed, “Look at the true spirit and happiness on the faces of these boys. This is the spirit of boyhood, the childhood I never had. This is the life I want for my children. MJ.”

A second book, “Boys Will Be Boys”, contained the inscription: “To Michael: From your fan, Rhonda. Love XXXOOO Rhonda – 1983, Chicago.” There was no evidence that Michael had ever opened this book.

It is significant to mention that the mere possession of child pornography is a federal crime. Many states also have criminal statutes for the possession and distribution of child pornography. If the books had been pornographic in nature or substance, prosecution would have been inevitable.

The heterosexual porn that was found was dated from 1991 to 2003. Now, when weighing the evidence, you have 12 years of adult porn compared to 2 individual art books that were both confiscated in 1993. No additional art books were found in 2003, which obviously means that MJ didn’t buy or accept any more of those books from fans. Based on that, what do you think MJ’s sexual orientation was?”

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I also decided to participate in this discussion and make my own contribution to the sensitive “porn issue”. For a start I looked up THE LIST OF WHAT WAS FOUND AT NEVERLAND sometime in 2003 (which evidently included some old pieces from the 1993 case):List

The list is 18 pages long and I’ve been able to find information on the main evidence only but have nevertheless decided to post the interim results to show you THE WORST of what was found among the tens of thousands books in Michael Jackson’s library.

The first item is UNDERWORLD by author Kelly Klein which is probably the most ‘damning’ piece of all. The police say about it, “The book contained numerous photographs of partially and/of fully unclothed men, women and children.The majority of the pictures within this book are of people who were wearing only underwear”.

See what the Amazon customers say about it:


- Very interesting and capivating look at underwear, and body. Photographs taken by old masters of photography,new masters,and amatuer photographers make underworld complete. This book is as safe as you can get to another person in their underwear or lack of without the risks we face,today. Very sexy, innocent, and liberating! Bravo,Kelly…

- A lovely book, safe on the most conservative coffee table and full of moments that generate emotions. Underworld is one of the collections of classic photography. Underworld touches me at a certain deep level and I only usually realize after I’ve paused long enough to do my occasional casual flick through it. Underworld takes my emotions back in time. Underworld obviously so well captures the sense of history that I find myself re-living being a child in the `60s and `70s flicking through the magazines in the newsagent of a small remote town. I don’t just remember those moments but for some moments I am there again. I see the images of the lifestyles that seemed so surreal to the bright starry eyes of my innocence in the photographic styles represented, possibly taken by some of the same photographers.

- Kelly Klein, Underworld is a very nice book, in which you can see pictures taken by the world’s most renowned photographers.

The next item is ROOM TO PLAY by author Simen Johan. The police: “This book contained numerous photographs of children some of which appeared to be altered such as “morphing” a child’s face onto the body of an older person..“ There is only one customer review here the essence of which I didn’t understand much (but we have a picture as an additional bonus instead):

”Haunting, cinematic & wonderful. Why he hasn’t made the apparent splash loretta lux has had is beyond me. Whole worlds of mystery and intrigue are created here. These are like Crewdson children but with power.”

The next item is DREW AND JIMMY by John Patrick Salisbury. The police (you can’t imagine how boring this police review of evidence is): ..“Two Caucasian male juveniles that appeared in their early to mid-teens…. primarily clothed with occasional photographs of them wearing swim-trunk type of clothing”.


The costumers say:

- “ Visually pleasing as well as heart felt sincerity. I came across this book on the recommendation of the author’s mother. She was my grade school art teacher and mother of a long time classmate-Burton. I had not seen her since Burton’s funeral, but when she mentioned Patrick’s book I couldn’t resist. I had been back in Walnut Grove for a weekend visit for a girlfriend’s wedding. I had left for college a few years before and kept going. My family was not as deep rooted there as the Salisbury’s were, but I grew up there and those roots run just as deep. Whenever school or life was getting stressful, the Delta was the first place I’d run to. It was a truly wonderful place to grow up, and the book depicts the eviroment beautifully. When I saw the pictures of the glass-like water, it made me want to be behind a ski boat once more. I knew Burton well, but Patrick was always the quiet older brother. I did know that they were total opposites personality wise. Burton was always the daredevil; class clown, as well as very gifted artistically like his mother and now as I see, Patrick also. My earliest memory of Burton I have is: him standing on a huge round table in our kindergarten classroom, which he then fell off of and cracked his head open for a few stitches. We grew apart after graduation, but he was part of many good memories I had while growing up in Walnut Grove…including one of my first crushes. I think about him often, though my life is far away from where I knew him last, and I miss him. Thank you Patrick for a little more closure.


Beautiful and thoughtful. Salisbury has created a wonderful jounal of growth and sensitivity. He has pulled at his heart to create this cronology of youth to adulthood. A somber passing, it would seem, for him.

- The best Christmas present ever. Through the medium of photography you watch the development of the personalities of two young men in a more personal and detailed way than words could ever express. Drew & Jimmy is a journey from adolescence to manhood for both the boys and the reader made all the more personal by the poignant story of the author and his brother. The growth and development of the author are also evident in the beautifully cropped works of art that make up this extraordinary book. I received this book for Christmas and it is one of my treasures.

Now at last we are coming to something worthy of attention judging by the title of the book: THE FOURTH SEX, ADOLESCENT EXTREMES. The police are naturally playing the same old tune: ” “The vast majority of the pictures were of teenagers and/or young adults. Some of the pictures depicted individuals wearing no clothing, or in a state of partial dress. The theme of the book seemed to be adolescents and counter culture”. There is only one customer’s review here but the picture speaks volumes both about the book and the wild ways adolescence is usually all about:



- “Totally a good book to buy” – Odd but awesome book! an expressionistic piece of art. a book filled with a colaboration of photographs that show the feeling of being an adolesent and shows real life in action. a fun book to look at with friends. also in this book is diary entries from different people and old magazine covers. an allover nifty buy. i promise youll love it!

The next item is CRONOS by Chantal Grande and other authors. The police (why are they so tedious and uninventive?) say about it: “The book appeared to be a compilation of numerous photographs depicting men, women and children of both sexes. The majority of the photographs depicted the subjects completely unclothed, including the male and female children… This type of material may be used as part of a “grooming process” facilitating the molestation of intended victims”


The picture is somewhat contradictory to the ‘grooming’ issue declared. The customer gives a clearer idea as to what the book is really about:



“Photos stop time to show life’s motion”: “Catalan photographer Pere Formiguera’s repeated photographs of family and friends, many nude, chronicle his subjects in the same pose and setting over ten years-- showing, variously, the blooms of pubescence, adulthood, and the gentler transformations of middle and old age. Birth, puberty, aging, and death are each and together fundamentally sexual: single-celled asexual creatures just divide, never growing, coming of age, declining, or really dying. Being sexual we are “clocks of meat,” as poet Allen Ginsberg said famously. Like a strobe, Formiguera’s magnificent photos stop the clock precisely to show life’s motion”.

- the book “SCENES DINTERIEUR”, consisting of a compilation of photographs “of nude and/or semi-nude women, in sexually explicit poses”. - the book “CAMP COVE PHOTOS SYDNEY MEN“ which is a compilation of photographs of “naked and semi-naked men… the photographs were not sexually explicit in nature”

- the third book “DRESSUP: PLAYACTS AND FANTASIES OF CHILDHOOD” being a compilation of “photographs that appeared to depict either pre-teen or early teen age individuals. Some of the pictured children were nude or fully-nude… none of the pictures were sexually explicit in nature”.

Well, there are several “SCENES DINTERIEUR” on sale at Amazon.com – the worst being of women dressed in the 19th century clothes in some explicit postures and shot by French photographer Alexandre Dupouy. Very French and very naughty I would say, if this is the book the police are talking about (see more if you like). No customer reviews here.



- The second book “THE CAMP COVE: PHOTOS OF SYDNEY MEN” is by Rod McRae. The author turns out to be (you’ll never guess) a children’s book illustrator. The customer says about the book:

“Rod McRae is a children’s book illustrator and gay art photographer who lives in Sydney, Australia. “Camp Cove” is a collection of his photographic efforts — 60 black-and-white, sepia-tinted, and color photographs of men he found in and around Sydney. Some of the images are Polaroid transfers created for a show in 1992, but others are hand-tinted images created specifically for this book. McRae’s technical skills cannot be faulted in the slightest. His composition is especially interesting. The first image in the book shows a naked man from the neck down, standing between two stuffed kangaroos. The image is fascinating – it is this unique “Sydney sensibility” that McRae says he aims to capture in his work.



McRae comes closest to achieving his goals in the sepia prints. The color photos also seem more thematic (focusing on wings, flight, and angels), but less interesting because the thematic nature of them seems to overwhelm the models rather than accentuate their innate “Sydney-ness.” Similarly, his outdoor photographs are not nearly as successful as his studio images. Here, the models are more of an afterthought. In some images the models lay on rocks as if “scattered” like stones. In others, the printing process merges the shape of the men’s bodies with the shape of the rocks. One is left with the sense that his focus seems to be on Sydney-ness, rather than on the men of Sydney. Often, the models seem lost, covered up, and obscured by the other elements of the photos. As art this works (and doesn’t”)”. INTERESTING point about those wings, angels and flight, isn’t it? So now we know where Michael took fresh ideas for some of his videos or concerts – for example, those angelic wings in “You are not alone” video or the flying angel coming on stage in “Will you be there”, don’t we?


“PORN” found at Michael Jackson’s home
July 13, 2010
tags: Neverland, evidence, pornby vindicatemj
.Our new GUEST HATER raised the issue of “porn” found at Michael Jackson’s home. She claims that “Michael Jackson was not a heterosexual. His porn collection proves absolutely nothing outside the fact he was a desperately tortured man who could not at all relate to real women. Also, he had numerous books in which the subject was nude men. One book even was a photographic study of homosexuality; very explicit and it’s content shows it was for erotic purposes. Also, the photo book that was a romantic documentation of two NUDE mens love. What straight man has that? Wake up!” Our DAVID EDWARDS has honored her with a reply which I fully support: “Regarding the pornography, the only porn found was LEGAL, ADULT, HETEROSEXUAL porn! There were two books that contained children, but it was not pornographic at all! They are legally available on Amazon and other booksellers! The following is from the “Reflections On The Dance” website:

The first, called “The Boy: A Photographic Essay”, was an art book depicting photos taken in 1963 during the shooting of the movie Lord of the Flies. In the book, Michael inscribed, “Look at the true spirit and happiness on the faces of these boys. This is the spirit of boyhood, the childhood I never had. This is the life I want for my children. MJ.”

A second book, “Boys Will Be Boys”, contained the inscription: “To Michael: From your fan, Rhonda. Love XXXOOO ? Rhonda – 1983, Chicago.” There was no evidence that Michael had ever opened this book.

It is significant to mention that the mere possession of child pornography is a federal crime. Many states also have criminal statutes for the possession and distribution of child pornography. If the books had been pornographic in nature or substance, prosecution would have been inevitable.

The heterosexual porn that was found was dated from 1991 to 2003. Now, when weighing the evidence, you have 12 years of adult porn compared to 2 individual art books that were both confiscated in 1993. No additional art books were found in 2003, which obviously means that MJ didn’t buy or accept any more of those books from fans. Based on that, what do you think MJ’s sexual orientation was?”

* * *


I also decided to participate in this discussion and make my own contribution to the sensitive “porn issue”. For a start I looked up THE LIST OF WHAT WAS FOUND AT NEVERLAND sometime in 2003 (which evidently included some old pieces from the 1993 case): http://www.sbscpublicaccess.org/docs/ctdocs/060804sdcontsheet.pdf

The list is 18 pages long and I’ve been able to find information on the main evidence only but have nevertheless decided to post the interim results to show you THE WORST of what was found among the tens of thousands books in Michael Jackson’s library.

The first item is UNDERWORLD by author Kelly Klein which is probably the most ‘damning’ piece of all. The police say about it, “The book contained numerous photographs of partially and/of fully unclothed men, women and children.The majority of the pictures within this book are of people who were wearing only underwear”.

See what the Amazon customers say about it:

Very interesting and capivating look at underwear, and body. Photographs taken by old masters of photography,new masters,and amatuer photographers make underworld complete. This book is as safe as you can get to another person in their underwear or lack of without the risks we face,today. Very sexy, innocent, and liberating! Bravo,Kelly…
A lovely book, safe on the most conservative coffee table and full of moments that generate emotions. Underworld is one of the collections of classic photography. Underworld touches me at a certain deep level and I only usually realize after I’ve paused long enough to do my occasional casual flick through it. Underworld takes my emotions back in time. Underworld obviously so well captures the sense of history that I find myself re-living being a child in the `60s and `70s flicking through the magazines in the newsagent of a small remote town. I don’t just remember those moments but for some moments I am there again. I see the images of the lifestyles that seemed so surreal to the bright starry eyes of my innocence in the photographic styles represented, possibly taken by some of the same photographers.
Kelly Klein, Underworld is a very nice book, in which you can see pictures taken by the world’s most renowned photographers.
The next item is ROOM TO PLAY by author Simen Johan. The police: “This book contained numerous photographs of children some of which appeared to be altered such as “morphing” a child’s face onto the body of an older person..“

There is only one customer review here the essence of which I didn’t understand much (but we have a picture as an additional bonus instead):

”Haunting, cinematic & wonderful. Why he hasn’t made the apparent splash loretta lux has had is beyond me. Whole worlds of mystery and intrigue are created here. These are like Crewdson children but with power.”

The next item is DREW AND JIMMY by John Patrick Salisbury. The police (you can’t imagine how boring this police review of evidence is): ..“Two Caucasian male juveniles that appeared in their early to mid-teens…. primarily clothed with occasional photographs of them wearing swim-trunk type of clothing”.

The customers say:

“ Visually pleasing as well as heart felt sicerity. I came across this book on the recommendation of the author’s mother. She was my grade school art teacher and mother of a long time classmate-Burton. I had not seen her since Burton’s funeral, but when she mentioned Patrick’s book I couldn’t resist. I had been back in Walnut Grove for a weekend visit for a girlfriend’s wedding. I had left for college a few years before and kept going. My family was not as deep rooted there as the Salisbury’s were, but I grew up there and those roots run just as deep. Whenever school or life was getting stressful, the Delta was the first place I’d run to. It was a truly wonderful place to grow up, and the book depicts the eviroment beautifully. When I saw the pictures of the glass-like water, it made me want to be behind a ski boat once more. I knew Burton well, but Patrick was always the quiet older brother. I did know that they were total opposites personality wise. Burton was always the daredevil; class clown, as well as very gifted artistically like his mother and now as I see, Patrick also. My earliest memory of Burton I have is: him standing on a huge round table in our kindergarten classroom, which he then fell off of and cracked his head open for a few stitches. We grew apart after graduation, but he was part of many good memories I had while growing up in Walnut Grove…including one of my first crushes. I think about him often, though my life is far away from where I knew him last, and I miss him. Thank you Patrick for a little more closure.
Beautiful and thoughtful. Salisbury has created a wonderful jounal of growth and sensitivity. He has pulled at his heart to create this cronology of youth to adulthood. A somber passing, it would seem, for him.
The best Christmas present ever. Through the medium of photography you watch the development of the personalities of two young men in a more personal and detailed way than words could ever express. Drew & Jimmy is a journey from adolescence to manhood for both the boys and the reader made all the more personal by the poignant story of the author and his brother. The growth and development of the author are also evident in the beautifully cropped works of art that make up this extraordinary book. I received this book for Christmas and it is one of my treasures.
Now at last we are coming to something worthy of attention judging by the title of the book: THE FOURTH SEX, ADOLESCENT EXTREMES. The police are naturally playing the same old tune: ” “The vast majority of the pictures were of teenagers and/or young adults. Some of the pictures depicted individuals wearing no clothing, or in a state of partial dress. The theme of the book seemed to be adolescents and counter culture”.

There is only one customer’s review here but the picture speaks volumes both about the book and the wild ways adolescence is usually all about:

“Totally a good book to buy” – Odd but awesome book! an expressionistic piece of art. a book filled with a colaboration of photographs that show the feeling of being an adolesent and shows real life in action. a fun book to look at with friends. also in this book is diary entries from different people and old magazine covers. an allover nifty buy. i promise youll love it!
The next item is CRONOS by Chantal Grande and other authors. The police (why are they so tedious and uninventive?) say about it: “The book appeared to be a compilation of numerous photographs depicting men, women and children of both sexes. The majority of the photographs depicted the subjects completely unclothed, including the male and female children… This type of material may be used as part of a “grooming process” facilitating the molestation of intended victims”

The picture is somewhat contradictory to the ‘grooming’ issue declared. The customer gives a clearer idea as to what the book is really about:

“Photos stop time to show life’s motion”: “Catalan photographer Pere Formiguera’s repeated photographs of family and friends, many nude, chronicle his subjects in the same pose and setting over ten years-- showing, variously, the blooms of pubescence, adulthood, and the gentler transformations of middle and old age. Birth, puberty, aging, and death are each and together fundamentally sexual: single-celled asexual creatures just divide, never growing, coming of age, declining, or really dying. Being sexual we are “clocks of meat,” as poet Allen Ginsberg said famously. Like a strobe, Formiguera’s magnificent photos stop the clock precisely to show life’s motion”.

To save up your and my time on this unbearably wearisome police routine let me group the next three items together:

- the book “SCENES DINTERIEUR”, consisting of a compilation of photographs “of nude and/or semi-nude women, in sexually explicit poses”.

- the book “CAMP COVE PHOTOS SYDNEY MEN“ which is a compilation of photographs of “naked and semi-naked men… the photographs were not sexually explicit in nature”

- the third book “DRESSUP: PLAYACTS AND FANTASIES OF CHILDHOOD” being a compilation of “photographs that appeared to depict either pre-teen or early teen age individuals. Some of the pictured children were nude or fully-nude… none of the pictures were sexually explicit in nature”.

Well, there are several “SCENES DINTERIEUR” on sale at Amazon.com – the worst being of women dressed in the 19th century clothes in some explicit postures and shot by French photographer Alexandre Dupouy. Very French and very naughty I would say, if this is the book the police are talking about (see more if you like). No customer reviews here.

- The second book “THE CAMP COVE: PHOTOS OF SYDNEY MEN” is by Rod McRae. The author turns out to be (you’ll never guess) a children’s book illustrator. The customer says about the book:

“Rod McRae is a children’s book illustrator and gay art photographer who lives in Sydney, Australia. “Camp Cove” is a collection of his photographic efforts — 60 black-and-white, sepia-tinted, and color photographs of men he found in and around Sydney. Some of the images are Polaroid transfers created for a show in 1992, but others are hand-tinted images created specifically for this book. McRae’s technical skills cannot be faulted in the slightest. His composition is especially interesting. The first image in the book shows a naked man from the neck down, standing between two stuffed kangaroos. The image is fascinating – it is this unique “Sydney sensibility” that McRae says he aims to capture in his work.

McRae comes closest to achieving his goals in the sepia prints. The color photos also seem more thematic (focusing on wings, flight, and angels), but less interesting because the thematic nature of them seems to overwhelm the models rather than accentuate their innate “Sydney-ness.” Similarly, his outdoor photographs are not nearly as successful as his studio images. Here, the models are more of an afterthought. In some images the models lay on rocks as if “scattered” like stones. In others, the printing process merges the shape of the men’s bodies with the shape of the rocks. One is left with the sense that his focus seems to be on Sydney-ness, rather than on the men of Sydney. Often, the models seem lost, covered up, and obscured by the other elements of the photos. As art this works (and doesn’t”)”.

INTERESTING point about those wings, angels and flight, isn’t it? So now we know where Michael took fresh ideas for some of his videos or concerts – for example, those angelic wings in “You are not alone” video or the flying angel coming on stage in “Will you be there”, don’t we?

- The third book titled “DRESSUP: PLAYACTS AND FANTASIES OF CHILDHOOD” hasn’t been found at Amazon.com but the rest of books listed in the “dress-up” category include innocent items like: “Fairy Fashion Dress-up book”, “My dress-up party” and so on. I wouldn’t worry much here if I were you – the “evidence” we have here seems to be a manual for children’s dressup parties where Michael’s own children would most probably take part too.

I am dying of boredom by now, but here is our next item: THE ART OF DAVE NESTLER -WICKED INTENTIONS. The title is promising to say the very least, so probably here we’ll be more lucky … The police: “the book appears to be a compilation of drawings of clothed and semi-clothed women”




Original and flawless. Wow. I don’t even know where to begin because there are just so many elements to this book that I just love.
I met Dave Nestler at the Glamourcon in L.A. and looked at his art up close and personal with my own eyes and I had a long talk with him about his art and his book. And I saw with my OWN EYES the originals to these prints in this book, so I KNOW it hasn’t all been photoshopped and airbrushed for the sake of mass audience. He prides himself in doing the ENTIRE book in acrylic. That’s right. Acrylic. No watercolor. No airbrushing. No photoshopping. No oil. Just acrylic. That itself is a master achievement because you RARELY find ANY artist who does erotic nude pinups with acrylic…That being said, is a HUGE achievement for ANY artist. But aside from that, there are many other reasons I like this book and one of the main ones being that half of the photos are of women in poses where they are surrounded by (what appears to be) a form of shiny duct tape or bluish leather ribbon. He has taken a form of bondage and designed it to enwrap the flesh of beautiful sexy women in a way where it defies any bondage you’ve seen before. He captures the beauty and sensuality of the skin, while putting such DETAIL into the ribbon (and again, he did NOT use the shortcut of airbrushing) that you can see every highlight and detail, you can see the leather as though it is shining right at you.

The first half of the book – pages 1-27 are all pictures of that (with different sexy and original pictures involving light ribbon bondage). The second half of the book – pages 28-48 are completely different and are not bondage at all and vary from a sexily dressed angel with wings and a halo, a bikini wearing woman in a fireman’s hat with water hose, a sexy female vampire, a dominatrix straddling a chair with a leather whip, a woman giving a car a carwash while straddling the hood (and the DETAIL of the car’s chrome grill will leave you BREATHLESS!), a woman in a lake surrounded by waterfalls holding a frog, a sexy woman in a safari freaked out by a snake, a sexy semi-nude brunette dressed in army camouflage, the list goes on.

- I really cannot stress to you how valuable I think his work is. The fact that each strand of hair is done in acrylic is mind-blowing to me. If I were to compare it to something else, it’s like giving someone toothpicks and asking them to build a house out of it. He has done that. I wish I could give this 6 stars, he is fascinating!

Great book from a great artist. Wicked Intentions is one of the few books I own by Dave Nester and is a must for the library any pin-up art collector or tattoo artist or enthusiast of the female form. His treatment and painting style acknowledges the dignity of the subject matter while creating a seductive hunger that would make Hugh Hefner proud.

With every bit of Nestler’s images created meticulously by hand with layered acrylic washes and a small brush, Dave gives credo to traditional craftsmanship that most who celebrate the term “old school” cannot relate to. Out of all his books, Wicked Intentions is my personal favorite. This is a must-have for any fan of pin-up art!

I really hope this is our last: THE GYNOIDS GENETICALLY MANIPULATED by Hajime Sorayama. The police singled this book as the worst evidence of all: “..The Gynoids” appeared to have a fetish (bondage, sadomasochism, piercings, beastiality etc.) related theme”. The customer says to that:



“This is a fantastic book which I’ve owned for along time now. It is one of the first books I obtained while starting out on the road of the Fantasy Art genre. Sorayama is a master of the Airbrush methods. His paintings are of an adult nature depicting women in bondage, characters restrained and of course, lifelike beautiful women. Sometimes I have to remind myself that I am NOT looking at a photo because the art is so lifelike”.

There are some other items on our list of ‘evidence’ including a picture of Macauley Culkin taken from a scene from one of the Home Alone movies with Doo Doo Head written on it (by the way the name was coined by Culkin himself), some drawings by Prince and Paris, a baby book named Spiel Mit Mir with a note stating “Shay from Israel”, and another of those terrible books called NAKED AS A JAY BIRD by Dian Hanson which was described by the police as “depicting sexually explicit activities”.

The customer says about it: The carefree, nude hippies of the 60s, too much fun. “Feeling a little retro? Old enough to remember the “Summer of Love”? Want to know how a small segment of the southern California population spent 1967? They all got naked in nudist camps, letting down ALL their long hair, boys and girls alike. Sure enough someone thought of the idea of publishing periodicals based on this “hippy naturalism”. Thus the JAYBIRD line of publications was born. This book celebrates the “models” and the all-natural and sometimes unusual settings. It is loaded with photographs, most in wonderful color. Sure there are some recognizable models in here, but the bulk are somewhat silly looking late teen/early twenties kids who got naked in the sun with each other, were given props and told to have a good time while a shutterbug went about his merry way. Sure it is groovy to look back on this time of innocence and that is what gives this book its charm. The presentation is very colorful and reminds one of “Laugh-In” backgrounds and decorations. Yet I cannot help but wonder what these sunshine worshippers are doing now…”

The police officer repeats after EACH entry in his review:


NONE OF THE BOOKS AND MAGAZINES CONTAINED PICTURES THAT DEPICTED ILLEGAL ACTIVITIES, SUCH AS CHILD PORNOGRAPHY. He concludes the review with the following words: Due to time constraints I was unable to complete reviewing the remaining items I checked out of evidence.

Let me conclude in the same way: Due to time constraints I am also unable to give comments on the above ‘evidence’. Please do it yourselves – adding to the above the complete NOTHING found on Michael’s ten computers by the FBI in the same year of 2003.

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SUPPLEMENT:

Here is an excerpt from Michael Jackson’s interview with Diane Sawyer (May 18, 1995) where he speaks on how various things often find a way into his home (in addition to the practice of numerous guests raking through his closet which he even encouraged, according to Macauley Culkin’s testimony):

Michael: The idea, it just isn’t fair… what they put me through. ’Cause there wasn’t one piece of information that says I did that. And anyway, they turned my room upside-down, went through all my books, all my videotapes, all my private things, and they found nothing, nothing, nothing that could say Michael Jackson did this. Nothing! …

Diane Sawyer: But let me ask you a couple of questions…

Michael: … to this day, nothing. Still, nothing…

Diane Sawyer: Let me ask you…

Michael: … nothing, nothing, nothing…

Diane Sawyer: Nothing. We got nothing. As you may or may not know, we have called everyone we could call, we have checked everything we can check, we have gone and tried to see if what we heard before is in fact the case… I want to ask you about two things. These reports that we read over and over again, that in your room they found photographs of young boys…

Michael: Not of young boys, of children, all kinds of girls and… everything.

Diane Sawyer: And that they found photographs… books, of young boys who were undressed.

Michael: Noooo.

Diane Sawyer: It didn’t happen?

Michael: No. Not that I know of, unless people sent me things that I haven’t opened. People send, people know my love for children, so they send me books from all over the world. From South America, from Germany, from Italy, from Sweden, I…

Diane Sawyer: So people say, that they found those things, that there’s an indication, let them come forward. Let them produce them, right?

Michael: Yeah, because I get all… I get all kinds… you wouldn’t believe the amounts of mail that I get. If you say to somebody, you know, if I let the fans know that I love Charlie Chaplin, I’ll be swarmed in Charlie Chaplin paraphanalia.

Diane Sawyer: What about…

Michael: If I say I love children, which I do, they swarm me with everything pertaining to kids….”


 




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