Gene Simmons: Michael Jackson Was Probably a Pedophile, Whether Fans Like it or Not

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Gene Simmons has rekindled his feud with Michael Jackson fans, refusing to dial down his previously-expressed belief that MJ was a child molester.

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Since: May 13

Canada

#808 Jan 12, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Lie detector tests are not used in criminal matters because they are too unreliable. MJ did go through an interview process which he found uncomfortable and difficult because he never committed what was in the accusations. He was too shocked and upset by them.
Yes, but if he went through a lie detector and managed to pass. People might have been impressed and given him the benefit of the doubt he was getting extorted.

Since: Jun 13

Wilson, NC

#810 Jan 13, 2014
TripleH1976 wrote:
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Yes, but if he went through a lie detector and managed to pass. People might have been impressed and given him the benefit of the doubt he was getting extorted.
That's what I find funny about this, he didn't think of taking a lie detector test? Innocent folks would've done that. Usually if someone refuses to take a lie detector test or decides in general to not comply with the police (remember he was forced to do a strip search and they had to convince him he wouldn't get arrested to do it), that only increases the chances they were guilty of what they were accused of.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#811 Jan 13, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
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That's what I find funny about this, he didn't think of taking a lie detector test? Innocent folks would've done that. Usually if someone refuses to take a lie detector test or decides in general to not comply with the police (remember he was forced to do a strip search and they had to convince him he wouldn't get arrested to do it), that only increases the chances they were guilty of what they were accused of.
I find it slightly amusing f'loons try to explain away the fact he never cooperated with the authorities, never volunteered a lie-detector test, and always took the 5th Amendment when anyone connected to the legal system asked him questions about his little-boy sleepovers.
Juggs Judy

AOL

#813 Jan 13, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Lie detector tests are not used in criminal matters because they are too unreliable. MJ did go through an interview process which he found uncomfortable and difficult because he never committed what was in the accusations. He was too shocked and upset by them.
It's not very smart to evaluate someone's alleged innocence based solely on your emotional attachment. You do realize that you are closing your mind to being objective and and not able to analyze Jackson's true behaviour.
persephone

Mountain View, CA

#814 Jan 13, 2014
Juggs Judy wrote:
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It's not very smart to evaluate someone's alleged innocence based solely on your emotional attachment. You do realize that you are closing your mind to being objective and and not able to analyze Jackson's true behaviour.
Are you saying that the only possible reason anyone might think MJ was innocent is because of emotional attachment to him?

That certainly isn't being open-minded and objective.
persephone

Mountain View, CA

#815 Jan 13, 2014
BadMan84 wrote:
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That's what I find funny about this, he didn't think of taking a lie detector test? Innocent folks would've done that. Usually if someone refuses to take a lie detector test or decides in general to not comply with the police (remember he was forced to do a strip search and they had to convince him he wouldn't get arrested to do it), that only increases the chances they were guilty of what they were accused of.
You might just want to consider just why lie detector test results aren't admissible in court.

Since: Jul 13

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#816 Jan 13, 2014
persephone wrote:
<quoted text> Are you saying that the only possible reason anyone might think MJ was innocent is because of emotional attachment to him?
That certainly isn't being open-minded and objective.
You should be the last person to talk about open-minded and objective opinions, you seem to defend MJ but run away from any tough questions posed towards you, and then you still have the audacity to question anyone else's opinion..

If it isnt emotional attachment, then why are you unable to answer simple questions? I will keep bringing this up until you do so

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#818 Jan 13, 2014
Juggs Judy wrote:
<quoted text>It's not very smart to evaluate someone's alleged innocence based solely on your emotional attachment. You do realize that you are closing your mind to being objective and and not able to analyze Jackson's true behaviour.
That's you accusation which I deny.
MJ's charges were never taken lightly by no one. MJ was innocent because he was.

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#819 Jan 13, 2014
Pishpash1234 wrote:
<quoted text>You should be the last person to talk about open-minded and objective opinions, you seem to defend MJ but run away from any tough questions posed towards you, and then you still have the audacity to question anyone else's opinion..

If it isnt emotional attachment, then why are you unable to answer simple questions? I will keep bringing this up until you do so
If you aren't happy with the court outcome. Ask them to send you a detailed explanation of the outcome.
I don't have a problem with it.

“at yet more f'loonspin”

Since: Aug 11

I live far away from f'loons

#820 Jan 14, 2014
persephone wrote:
<quoted text> Are you saying that the only possible reason anyone might think MJ was innocent is because of emotional attachment to him?
That certainly isn't being open-minded and objective.
Yes, by the posts about Michael being a beautiful, gentle, loving angel from heaven, you're right. F'loons think Michael was innocent because of their emotional attachment to his public image. The only other people who support him are pedophiles, such as TopRix, who openly admired his ability to get away with it.

Speaking of being open minded and objective, do you want us to be that way when you describe how a naked man walks from the bathroom into his bedroom, and a gawky teenager just so happens to be there? I'm still waiting for you to explain WHY a child would be in a naked man's bedroom, in the first place. Otherwise, it sounds like another excuse for a pedophile's abhorrent behavior.

Since: Jul 13

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#821 Jan 14, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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If you aren't happy with the court outcome. Ask them to send you a detailed explanation of the outcome.
I don't have a problem with it.
Stop talking about the courts outcome, do you not have your own brain? Are you not able to form your own judgement? Now if you would, answer my questions that were directed towards you previously

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#822 Jan 14, 2014
Pishpash1234 wrote:
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Stop talking about the courts outcome, do you not have your own brain? Are you not able to form your own judgement? Now if you would, answer my questions that were directed towards you previously
The court outcome was INNOCENT.

You have the problem with that may I suggest you take the matter to court. Bwhahaha

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#823 Jan 14, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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The court outcome was INNOCENT.
You have the problem with that may I suggest you take the matter to court. Bwhahaha
He was found 'not guilty'. The court does not determine innocence. You area fool.

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#824 Jan 14, 2014
An NFL Fan wrote:
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He was found 'not guilty'. The court does not determine innocence. You area fool.
Not guilty means that he was not guilty of committing those crimes. That made him innocent to me. Oh petty one.

“Brevity is the soule of wit”

Since: May 09

USA

#825 Jan 14, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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Not guilty means that he was not guilty of committing those crimes. That made him innocent to me. Oh petty one.
For one who thinks she's a lawyer, you know nothing of American jurisprudence.

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#828 Jan 14, 2014
An NFL Fan wrote:
<quoted text>For one who thinks she's a lawyer, you know nothing of American jurisprudence.
Where have I posted that I think I am a lawyer? I haven't but for you to post that you found my response to be strong. Gee thanks for the compliment:))

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#829 Jan 14, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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The court outcome was INNOCENT.
You have the problem with that may I suggest you take the matter to court. Bwhahaha
So clearly you demonstrated and proven to me that you cannot answer my question, so as a result, you resort to childish tactics and cheap pointless remarks that have already been debunked.

Oh and the court outcome was "Not Guilty" not innocent - I am not sure why you hold the courts decision as some kind of undeniable truth. The whole system is man made .. There used to be a time when courts were seen as a rationale determination to burn "witches". You should also that Courts rely heavily on empirical evidence meaning that rape and molestation cases would be more difficult to prove under this kind of structured system

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#830 Jan 14, 2014
Pishpash1234 wrote:
<quoted text>So clearly you demonstrated and proven to me that you cannot answer my question, so as a result, you resort to childish tactics and cheap pointless remarks that have already been debunked.

Oh and the court outcome was "Not Guilty" not innocent - I am not sure why you hold the courts decision as some kind of undeniable truth. The whole system is man made .. There used to be a time when courts were seen as a rationale determination to burn "witches". You should also that Courts rely heavily on empirical evidence meaning that rape and molestation cases would be more difficult to prove under this kind of structured system
I am sorry to hear that you are upset by the court outcome. Fortunately for MJ and his supporters the court found lies and inconsistencies with the Arvizo's allegations.

Instead of blaming everyone and thing for the court outcome, blame the Arvizos for their dishonesty. ;-(

“Why can't you share your bed?”

Since: May 13

Canada

#831 Jan 14, 2014
goodvibrations wrote:
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I am sorry to hear that you are upset by the court outcome. Fortunately for MJ and his supporters the court found lies and inconsistencies with the Arvizo's allegations.
Instead of blaming everyone and thing for the court outcome, blame the Arvizos for their dishonesty. ;-(
Fortunately, Michael Jackson is dead and will never lay his filthy hands on another young boy again.

“Mission Impossible”

Since: Feb 11

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#832 Jan 14, 2014
TripleH1976 wrote:
<quoted text>Fortunately, Michael Jackson is dead and will never lay his filthy hands on another young boy again.
Your post does not reflect joy. ;-(

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