Why is the pop icon making headlines again? Who knows. What we do have is what was reportedly discovered at his Neverland Ranch in 2003. Does it make sense? No. Although other press agencies are trying to make sense of something that doesn’t make sense, we won’t.

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  • Former Santa Barbara Assistant District Attorney Ron Zonen stated that law enforcement did not discover anything constituting child pornography;
  • Former ADA Zonen stated that there were photos of nude children, but they weren’t sexually graphic & were from professional publications;
  • Former ADA Zonen stated that there was porn discovered, however, no children involved therefore no child pornography discovered;
  • Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department confirmed that they did not release these documents & stated that some of the documents appear to be copies of reports put together by its detectives, while others are images taken from the internet;
  • Michael Jackson Estate released a statement stating “Everything in these reports, including what the County of Santa Barbara calls ‘content that appears to be obtained off the Internet or through unknown sources’ is false, no doubt timed to the anniversary of Michael’s passing;
  • Judge Melville, who presided over the original trial, signed off a press statement before trial which said prosecutors had confirmed no child porn was found.
Based on research and review of original court documents, we believe that the reports released by Radar Online are false. This information was ‘released’ by media whores for media whores.

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The Santa Barbara Sheriff’s Department confirmed that they did not release these documents & stated that some of the documents appear to be copies of reports put together by its detectives, while others are images taken from the Internet.
According to various news outlets — a “newly surfaced” police report details what was discovered during a raid in 2003 when the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department executed a search warrant.
The fact that this report mysteriously surfaced 7-years after Jackson’s death is quite odd. If they truly found bloody sheets, child pornography, and other items listed in the report obtained by Radar Online — why wasn’t it listed in the original affidavit of probable cause? In 2004 — People Magazine released what had actually been found at the home, unless that was all a lie. It seems like nothing more than a publicity stunt as no reliable source (not including media outlets) has been able to authenticate the documents.