Michael Jackson’s body could be removed from his coffin to be examined for DNA evidence. The DNA sample could prove whether or not he was a “serial molester who abused prepubescent, disabled and terminally ill children over three decades”.
The exhuming of a deceased body is very rare and only tends to happen in extreme circumstances. “There are at least 11 new victims who claim they were molested and even raped by Jackson when they were between the ages of seven and 14 – and the list is growing.”
“Many victims and those campaigning to uncover the truth believe the key to proving the extent of Jackson’s abuse lies in digging up his remains and scraping it for DNA.”
The shocking documentary, ‘Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me’ was aired last night in the UK. Wade Robson and James Safechuck said in the documentary that Michael Jackson had groomed and sexually abused them. In the meantime, television viewers have been left disgusted at the King of Pop with many paying tribute to the two men who came forward to tell their stories to the world.
A number of radio stations around the world, including in New Zealand and Canada, have stopped playing his music in response to the documentary.