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A name hardly known outside of circles that follow the allegations against Jackson, Aphrodite Jones became the pin-up girl of Jackson defenders after she wrote a book detailing how Jackson was “railroaded” during the 2005 trial.During the trial she was a reporter and she said herself that during the entire proceedings she was convinced that Jackson was guilty.
We can glean an answer from Murray’s replies though.“The reason I’m pressing you is because by saying what you’re saying, you are deliberately muddying the waters here, because that’s what you’re doing – you’re leaving it unclear about your thoughts.Is that fair to Michael Jackson or do you have something that you know?” Murray is measured in his response: “I’ll never be unfair to Michael and I’m not here to destroy Michael.You asked a question and I’m not prepared to answer – not now.” We can only guess what Murray has seen or encountered, but we do know that Murray knew Jackson in Las Vegas during 20, and treated Jackson and his children when they lived there.Aphrodite went on to say “[June’s testimony] is a HUGE reason…. I sat inches away, feet away from Jordy Chandler’s mother and watched her testify for hours and hours and everything about her made me feel like she was a woman who was looking the other way. But I’m not willing to say he didn’t do that nor that I feel he did because I don’t know, but I will say I was shaken by June Chandler’s testimony.” “I’m not here to debate what happened in 1993. I think that will die with Jordy and his father who killed himself and the rest of that family, who do or do not know anything.
Everything about what she said.” “Now, does that mean that I think that Michael really did anything? I don’t know.” So we have someone who is absolutely viewed as being in the Jackson defender camp expressing quite reasonable doubts about the innocence of Jackson in the case of Jordan Chandler.
No, that would, if anything, bolster Jackson’s reputation.
The only conclusion is that yes, Murray thinks (because of things he had seen or encountered) Jackson is a pedophile, but isn’t prepared to talk about it at this time. Jackson defenders insist that Murray doesn’t believe Jackson was a pedophile (or at best didn’t know Jackson well enough to say one way or another) and is deliberately leaving the issue hanging in the hope of gaining more money for new interviews or a book deal.
His very telling comment “I’m not here to destroy Michael” tells us everything we need to know.
Would it destroy Jackson if Murray were to say “Absolutely not, Michael was not a pedophile”?
While we won’t go in to the ins and outs of Murray’s trial, conviction or subsequent appeal as that is not the focus of this website, we will however note his comments in an interview he gave in November 2013 to Australian current affairs show 60 Minutes (a franchised version of the US stalwart).