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This review is from: Alive? Is Michael Jackson Really Dead (DVD)The $15 spent to produce this piece of crap would have been better spent on a grammar book. (Yes, she uses the phrase "a whole nother," the non-word "supposably" instead of "supposedly," and refers to Marlon Brando as "Marlon Brandon." I'm pretty sure that by doing those things, she loses at least some of her credibility.)
This woman takes the most miniscule facts and stretches them to appear as "evidence" that Jackson faked his death. For example: she uses Joe Jackson's self-promoting in the days after his son's death as evidence that Joe knew Michael was still alive. Here's some news for you: the reason Joe Jackson made those remarks to promote himself is because HE IS AN A-HOLE!
This woman cites newspapers "The Weekly World News" and "The National Examiner" as credible sources. Has she ever looked at these "news" papers? Perhaps her next cheap investigation can be about how Bat-boy has escaped again, or which presidential nominee the aliens will back in the next election.
Buy his music and enjoy it. But skip this piece of garbage (unless you want a good laugh).