How about the way it didn't even faze MJ fans when the boy that ended up testiying against MJ in criminal court was the prop Jacko used on the "LWMJ" documentary to reassure the world that taking other people's children into his bed was nothing more than a pure, innocent thing to do?<quoted text>
Merry Christmas to you too f'loon. But I don't think MJ is celebrating Christmas in hell. He will be a tormented soul for the rest of eternity.
Gavin sits directly next to Jackson, holding his hand and resting his head submissively upon his shoulder. It’s a less than comforting sight for anyone that doesn’t believe that anything Michael Jackson does should be regarded as completely normal. It’s reported that he had pulled Gavin aside before the interview and told him to tell Bashir that he had slept on the floor and miraculously cured his cancer with his love. As bulletproof as Jackson may have thought this sounded, it didn’t translate well on film. Right on cue, Gavin begins gushing about what a swell time he had in Michael’s bed when suddenly, Jackson cuts in.
Apparently, Gavin wasn’t sticking to his alibi faithfully enough and he felt the need to clarify that although Gavin “begged” Michael to get into bed with him…“I slept on the floor! What was I in, a sleeping bad or something?” Gavin answers with a broad smile on his face,“No, you had a pile of blankets to sleep on.”
Gavin and Michael’s recollections of what he slept on don’t match!
If you want an example of how biased the MJ community can be, this is it. These hecklers don’t hesitate to raise the roof over the way Gavin and his brother’s testimonies weren’t carbon copies of each other in Jackson’s criminal trial, claiming that proves what evil liars they were.
What shall we call how Gavin and Michael’s stories don’t line up here?