FBI Releases Explosive Files on Michael Jackson
Secret documents regarding the FBI’s investigation into the numerous child molestation charges against Michael Jackson were made public for the very first time today.
Hundreds of documents from the FBI concerning molestation charges against the King of Pop include information so shocking it’s no wonder they were kept hidden for this long.
In one filing a social worker in Canada told police that while traveling in California via train with her husband, Michael Jackson had requested four compartments for himself his crew, which included a boy (classified as the King of Pop’s “cousin”) age 12 or 13.
“Jackson was very possessive of boy at night,” the couple told officials. They added that “questionable noises” came through the wall at various times.
Another report dated January 24, 1997 mentions a video cassette obtained by the government two years prior. The tape is partially marked “Michael Jackson’s Neverland Favorites An All Boy Anthology.”
In September of 1993 the Los Angeles Police Department asked the FBI if it “would be interested in working on a possible federal violation against Jackson concerning the transportation of a minor across state lines for immoral purposes: the Mann Act.”