New Zealand Herald: Psychologist: Kiwis ‘triggered’ to get help by Michael Jackson doco Leaving Neverland. A New Zealand psychologist says there’s been a marked increase in the number of patients seeking help following the airing of controversial sexual abuse documentary Leaving Neverland. The two-part documentary aired in New ZealandContinue Reading And the prominence of these men, across different worlds and eras, has traditionally been a part of their camouflage. It seemed to me, after watching Leaving Neverland, that the biggest grooming project was less of any one individual than of a culture as a whole. Most of us areContinue Reading “It’s sad to say it and it’s horrific to say it but they were enjoying the attention and they felt that they had a very precious and special relationship with their abuser.  “He was kind and the kindness that he displayed I think sort of still resonates and youContinue Reading Both Robson and Safechuck previously testified under oath that Jackson never touched them, but there is good reason to believe they are telling the truth now. Ron Zonen, a prosecutor in the 2005 trial who has tried many sex-abuse cases, told me he understood why Wade Robson and Jimmy SafechuckContinue Reading

Wikipedia In January 2019, the Jackson estate issued a press release condemning the film, saying: “The two accusers testified under oath that these events never occurred. They have provided no independent evidence and absolutely no proof in support of their accusations.”[8] Despite protests by Jackson fans, the Sundance Film FestivalContinue Reading