My name is Charles Thomson. I'm an advocate of Leaving Neverland and all survivors of Michael Jackson. This website is a collection of deleted and expired articles that look deep into Michael Jackson's unhealthy obsession with young boys, and the child sex abuse allegations against him.
This website is also intended to fight misinformation from obsessive stans who run a organised and sophisticated campaign against his accusers by portraying them as compulsive liars motivated by money.
None of the articles on this website were written by myself, and all credit goes to the original authors. Bear in mind, that the majority of the contents does not reflect the latest allegations made by James Safechuck or Wade Robson.
Before Leaving Neverland was released, I'm sure a lot of people had no idea just just how heavily involved Michael Jackson was with young unrelated boys. These boys, in some cases, spent hundreds of nights in Michael Jackson's private quarters and bed. That kind of behaviour wouldn't be tolerated if it was a schoolteacher or a Scout leader, so why Michael Jackson?
Just use the menu in the centre of the header to browse this website. You can watch Dan Reed's award-winning documentary, Leaving Neverland by clicking on the links button at the bottom of this page.
Matters appeared to worsen for Jackson yesterday when an 11-year-old boy appeared on NBC television in California and admitted sharing a bed with him. Brett Barnes, an Australian from Melbourne, said Jackson had kissed him 'like you kiss your mother', but insisted nothing untoward had occurred.
It is probably evident from my previous 'Re: Michael's sexuality' blog entries (and the comment threads beneath them) that I don't buy into the 'Michael Jackson-have-you-seen-my-childhood?' nonsense. Because it is nonsense. I've said it before and I will say it again: all of that was PR spin following the Jordie Chandler allegations and subsequent 'hush money' payoff.
This interview between thirteen-year-old Jordie Chandler and late psychiatrist Dr. Richard Garner, widely known as an expert in false child abuse claims, occurred on October 6, 1993 in New York.
For the record, Dr. Gardner believed Jordie was a victim of sexual abuse by Michael Jackson.
Previously on the blog, I have indicated that I believe Michael was not telling the truth in his 1995 Primetime Live interview with then-wife Lisa Marie Presley regarding the Jordie Chandler case and any other boy issues to which he'd been implicated.