Disturbing Quotes From The Recently Released Michael Jackson Police Report
Among the 88 pages of content acquired by police during a 2003 raid of Jackson's Neverland Ranch is a seizure titled “Item Number 505.”
Of the item, the document — prepared by the Santa Barbara Sheriff's Department — reads,
The sexualization of children in these books may serve a higher purpose than simply existing as standalone pornography.
The document further claims of "Item Number 505,"
Aside from Jackson's collection of pornographic literature, police found a safe stocked with photographs of children in the late pop star's home.
Prior to his death, the Grammy winner was acquitted in 2003 of the seven counts of child molestation and two counts of administering an intoxicating agent for the purpose of committing a felony.
It's as though the universe, unsatisfied with the American judicial system's handling of Jackson's transgressions, swallowed the 50-year-old whole several years later. Jackson died from a propofol overdose in June 2009.