Enough already with the Michael Jackson distortions

Jackson is the last example for America's media to extoll and eulogize


   The Apollo theater in Harlem yesterday was swarming with idol-worshipers. Photo by Pat Brooks.

By Walter Brooks

    The infamous interview

Michael Jackson had all but disappeared from America's media since he escaped conviction as a pedophile, and for good reason.

Anyone who watched the disturbing three day interview with a British journalist who spent eight months with Jackson almost a decade ago where he explained his love for sleeping with little boys, must feel disgusted at the non-stop coverage today of this disturbed fifty-year old ex-star.

During that 2003 BBC interview by Martin Bashir, it emerged that children still slept overnight at Jackson's house, despite allegations of abuse, which the singer has always denied, which were made a decade earlier in 1993.

If that isn't enough, the baby dangling incident later with one of the babies he bought, should and did remove him from any rational fan's attention.

He's been secluded in Arab hideaways ever since.

Love his music, but distain the man.

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