The strange responses of the translator "Beat It" were analyzed by a voice voltage analysis machine called DecepTech, said Silvestr, who found the lines raised on board when he discovered that Jackson was deceived. "He knows he is telling a lie because he refuses to clarify things ", Sylvester told RadarOnline.
In the 9 minute material you can see Jackson seems nervous, yawns several times, and even smiles, but without answering court officials when asked about allegedly inappropriate sexual behavior with minors,
The meter's meter turned off when the translator, then 37, said:If people listen to a lie long enough, believe it … I am the black American and I am proud of it … I do not fade my skin. " "He's completely lying about it," Sylvester said. "When he denies having bleached his skin, the table clearly shows the deception!" He added.
The interrogation was conducted at the Four Seasons Hotel in New York where he was questioned about alleged misuse Macaulay Culkin, Jordan Chandler, and Brett Barners, who went to Jackson's Neverland Ranch in California,
Now, 38-year-old Kalkin always denies that Jackson has misused him.
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On the other hand, Michael Jackson's children want to prevent the release of the disturbing documentary Leaving Neverland, which focuses on the testimonies of Wade Robson and James Seifchuk, which ensure that the author of "Thriller" He abuses them when they are children.
The letter sent to British Media Channel 4, written by Jackson's heirs of Howard Weitzman, mentions this Leaving Neverland, which will air on the channel at the beginning of March, does not try to get a response from Jackson's family or friends or others who have defended his reputation.
Meanwhile, the channel said in a statement that the charges against Jackson have been refuted in the documentary of the denial that the star made at that time.
"In the midst of his glory, Michael Jackson began a long relationship with two children aged 7 and 10, and their families, now in the thirties, tell how they were sexually abused by Michael Jackson and how they overcome it years later", writes in the summary of the documentary presented at the Sundance Film Festival.