After releasing part two of this series, we were pleasantly surprised by the many positive comments it received. It is a sign that many fans are open to this theory, researching the topic themselves, ultimately recognizing a similar message in Michael Jackson\u2019s work as we have.\r\n\r\nWhile making this video we anticipated negative comments, online slander campaigns and even personal attacks. The information is is hard to digest, difficult to believe and for certain individuals a topic not up for discussion. The reality is that there are people in this world who do not want to consider that an elite group of people worship the devil with willingness and extreme intensity to torture, kill and abuse in his name. Some of those wishing to silence us are even in this community, but thankfully they are small in number. As we have said before, this series is more theoretical in nature than any of our previous content. That does not mean that the theories stated have no basis or arguments to support them, nor does it mean we should not be able to freely discuss theories because they make some people uncomfortable. The core purpose of this series is to open your eyes to certain possibilities you may not have considered on the premise that your heart is too pure to fathom such horrendous crimes. Many of us could never dream of choosing this sadistic way of life, that is why this topic is so hard to discuss. We are merely giving you a peek into a window of the world that is hidden from us, a world we believe to which Michael Jackson was very aware and tried to warn us about. A world he grew up in, but as an adult rejected and refused to be a part of, making him an enemy target of people who tried to control him. It is up to you, the viewer, to do your own research and make up your own mind.\r\n\r\nAs with part two, we will warn you that some of the content and theories in this video may be emotionally triggering and upsetting to some viewers. Please proceed with caution.\r\n\r\nIn this installment of our series, we look further into the connections that exist in the world of the elite. You will be presented with an interesting chain of events to consider, including a webbing of powerful people within Hollywood and politics connected to each other and Michael Jackson. We do not claim that this information is concrete proof of anything, but believe it is something that requires consideration for its implications. Join us as we go further down the rabbit hole and ask questions we never thought would ever come to fruition.\r\n\r\nThis is Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein was a convicted sex offender who in 2008 served 13 months in jail for procuring an underage girl for prostitution. This pitiful sentence was part of a plea deal, Epstein had in fact originally been accused by 36 girls of sexual abuse, but due to his plea deal this predator was able to evade facing consequences for the dozens of young girls he had allegedly abused. Epstein was arrested again in July 2019 on charges of sex trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sex trafficking. Epstein trafficked girls in the Caribbean as young as 11 years old up until 2018, according to a new lawsuit filed last January. Epstein died in jail in August of 2019 while under suspicious circumstances, with his death officially ruled a suicide by the New York City medical examiner, though a pathologist hired by Epstein's brother claims his death may have been a homicide.\r\n\r\nYou may ask, what does Jeffrey Epstein have to do with Michael Jackson? In plain face value, nothing. However, there are links of interest between Epstein and many people connected to Michael Jackson, both directly or indirectly. Please bare with us as we try to unravel what looks like an elaborate plot to destroy Michael Jackson and his legacy.\r\n\r\nAlthough the mainstream media had no choice but to report on Epstein\u2019s crimes after his arrest, they certainly attempted to downplay the extent of the child trafficking network that Epstein was linked to. Many high-profile connections of Epstein were either mentioned only briefly or even completely ignored and certain others, who had never even visited Epstein\u2019s private island, which had earned the infamous name of \u201cpedophile island\u201d, were headlined in the media as if they were Epstein\u2019s close acquaintances.\r\n\r\nWhy would it be newsworthy that Chris Tucker made one single trip on Epstein\u2019s private jet to Africa for a charity event with Bill Clinton in 2002? A trip where even according to one of Epstein\u2019s accusers people were cracking jokes and were at ease to fall asleep while watching a movie. Wouldn\u2019t it be much more newsworthy that someone like Bill Gates, a person heavily involved in several children\u2019s charities and vaccination programs, flew on Epstein\u2019s plane in 2013, years AFTER Epstein was already convicted of sex crimes involving children?\r\n\r\nThe Daily Beast decided to headline Michael Jackson in relation to Epstein, based on a single sentence in a book that Jackson had been \u201cenough of an Epstein acquaintance\u201d to visit Epstein in Palm Beach. Obviously, they were not acquainted enough for Epstein to have Jackson\u2019s phone number, since the number under the name \u2018Michael Jackson\u2019 in Epstein\u2019s phone book was that of Jackson\u2019s former lawyer, one he had fired back in 2003.\r\n\r\nWhile it is common sense that the media would address a sitting president\u2019s link to a sexual predator like Epstein, it is rather odd that President Trump\u2019s single flight on Epstein\u2019s jet in 1997 to Newark, a year before Epstein even purchased his island, would be of more interest than 26 trips, 20 of which included visits to the Island, by a former president whose wife is still hoping to become president herself.\r\n\r\nWhat also is rather strange is the media ignoring the fact that Donald Trump was the first of Epstein\u2019s connections to answer a subpoena in the case against the sex trafficker. Bradley Edwards, the lawyer who represented Epstein\u2019s accusers, says in his book \u2018Relentless Pursuit\u2019, that Trump called him up in 2009 and that no deposition was necessary. Trump told Edwards that Epstein was a business acquaintance and that they had attended the same society events and that the last time he saw Epstein, he had visited Epstein\u2019s home in Palm Beach and noticed young women outside. Epstein then claimed the women were part of a \u201cmentoring-type program that he was involved in\u201d, which Trump thought was a bit odd. Trump called Epstein \u201cstrange\u201d and claimed he \u201cnever really liked him,\u201d before sharing a list of names of people who would know Epstein\u2019s propensities better.\r\n\r\nIn 2015 Edwards took Trump\u2019s deposition for a different, unrelated case and Trump is said to have shared even more information about Epstein. According to Edwards, Trump framed most of the information he had about potentially relevant leads as rumors that he had heard over the years, but that these rumors were still helpful for their case.\r\n\r\nAt another point in the book, Edwards writes that he never said or thought that Bill Clinton did anything wrong in connection with Epstein, or their plane trips, but by all appearances Clinton must have had helpful information and that he couldn\u2019t help but wonder why Clinton never picked up the phone to tell them what he knew.\r\n\r\nAnd this is a good point. Why didn\u2019t Clinton pick up the phone when the first allegations against Epstein came to light? He surely must have had SOME information that could be helpful after having traveled with Epstein on so many occasions.\r\n\r\nWhen the Harvey Weinstein allegations hit, Hillary Clinton actually attempted to shift the attention from Weinstein to Donald Trump, telling the BBC with a straight face that \u201cwe have someone admitting to being a sexual assaulter in the Oval Office\u201d. When asked about the accusations against her own husband by multiple women, Clinton replied, \u201cThat has all been litigated. That was the subject of a huge investigation as you might recall in the late \u201890s, and there were conclusions drawn. That was clearly in the past.\u201d\r\n\r\nWhilst we are very aware that any mention of Donald Trump in any somewhat positive light these days will be met with hateful comments by a few, it does not change the fact that Donald Trump and Michael Jackson chose to be acquainted and that the two had known each other for at least 21 years in a friendly manner. To this day, Donald Trump and his family support Michael Jackson, play his music, and will tell anyone that Michael Jackson was not a pedophile. In addition, there are mention worthy similarities between the two men and connections they share. For this reason, regardless of what you may think of Trump politically or personally, he cannot be ignored this series.\r\n\r\nHere\u2019s what we\u2019re trying to get you to consider. If you are 100% honest with yourself, does it make sense for the majority of Hollywood and mainstream media to focus their efforts on solely vilifying the likes of Michael Jackson and Donald Trump based on empty accusations, yet allow others a free pass? Not only give a free pass, but actively promote them as exemplary representatives of moral character? Does it make any logical sense that during the 2016 election, one candidate was accused of heinous things with no evidence whilst the other was paraded around as a savior and champion of women who stood by a husband who was accused of sexual assault and rape on more than one occasion? A husband who also enjoyed a close friendship with a known sex offender, a sex offender whose nefarious crimes we are still uncovering? Hillary Clinton turned her back on\r\na woman working within her campaign when she stepped forward to report one of Hillary\u2019s advisers for sexual harassment. The adviser was kept on, the accuser was reassigned. Shunned for daring to make an allegation. Does this behavior sound like that of a champion of women?\r\n\r\nOprah Winfrey is shoved down the throats of the population as a loving figure who is wise and fair, fighting for equality and standing up for survivors by giving platforms to fraudsters like Wade Robson and James Safechuck. Yet, her father was accused of sexual harassment and Winfrey did not stand by the victim and turn away from her father. Instead, she settled with the woman outside of court. When Michael Jackson settled out of court, the mob was determined to lynch him, implying guilt. Let\u2019s remember too, that Winfrey, Clinton and many Hollywood pillars of morality enjoyed beneficial friendships with now notorious rapist and abuser Harvey Weinstein. Whispers were circulating of Weinstein\u2019s nefarious behavior for years before the first accusation even hit headlines. Did these elite A-lister who jumped at the chance to hang draw and quarter Michael Jackson, Donald Trump, Johnny Depp and others turn their backs on the known predator? Nope. Not even slightly. They crawled up his backside, called him \u201cGod\u201d in acceptance speeches, grinned widely with their arms around him at parties, and were photographed sucking on his ear. At what point do we put our political allegiances aside to at least acknowledge the hypocrisy that these elite live by? At what point do we realize that we can both dislike a person in the public eye, yet demand they be treated fairly?\r\n\r\nPresidential candidate for 2020, Joe Biden was accused by Tara Reade of sexually assaulting her in 1993. So, what has been the reaction from the elite? Horror? Fury? Cancelling Joe Biden and demanding he step out of the race? Nope. No such thing. Hillary Clinton once tweeted that \u201cevery survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.\u201d A statement made by many of the #MeToo advocates and blue ticks on Twitter when allegations against Michael Jackson, Donald Trump or any other person on the Hollywood shit list are being brought up. But as it appears, that depends on who the accused is because many Hollywood stars, as well as Mrs. Clinton herself, have endorsed Joe Biden for president and have decided that his accuser Tara Reade should not be heard or believed.\r\n\r\nWhether the accusations by Miss Reade against Biden are true or not are irrelevant at this point. We are not claiming to know whether Joe Biden is guilty or innocent. What we are trying to get you to consider is that the political elite and Hollywood seem incredibly selective when it comes to who is allowed to be accused and who should be vehemently protected. Unless of course there comes a point where even Hollywood cannot keep up their hypocrisy anymore, like in the cases of Weinstein and Epstein.\r\n\r\nWhy were the elite so quick to jump on the Leaving Neverland train based on a 4- hour movie that was filled with proven lies, but is radio silent when it comes to powerful people like Bill Clinton, James Franco, George Bush Sr, Ben Affleck, Bob Filner and Nick Carter? Do you see where we\u2019re going with this yet?\r\n\r\nWhy are the elite so incredibly selective and hypocritical when it comes to allegations of sexual misconduct? Why does Hollywood endorse and even campaign for certain political candidates with such a passion that one might think the world will cease to rotate if their candidate loses the election? What suddenly has made Hollywood so incredibly political that even other Hollywood stars asked them to \u2018F\u2019 off?\r\n\r\nAnd why is Michael Jackson, a decade after his passing, headlined in relation to Jeffrey Epstein while big time A-listers like Oprah Winfrey, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Katy Perry, Naomi Campbell, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen and many, many other Hollywood elites who have been documented on Epstein\u2019s flight logs, are being celebrated and their connection to Epstein ignored?\r\n\r\nWhy is Roman Polanski still being backed by some of the Hollywood royalty despite admitting to raping a 13-year-old girl?\r\n\r\nLeaving Neverland may have never even been a thing at all if it weren\u2019t for the promotion for the film by Oprah Winfrey and Gayle King. Winfrey and King, together with Winfrey\u2019s close friend David Geffen, were able to view the film just days after its release at Sundance while vacationing of Geffen\u2019s yacht. One might wonder why Oprah thought watching a pedophile propaganda movie was an appropriate way to celebrate her birthday, but even more suspicious was the fact that they actually had the film right after the premiere at Sundance, months before the public or even the Jackson family and estate were able to watch it. It does make you wonder how deep their involvement in the hit piece was doesn\u2019t it?\r\n\r\nTuning into Winfrey\u2019s \u2018After Neverland\u2019 show, you would think you were watching an ad for NAMBLA. Why would Oprah, who claims to have been a victim of child sexual abuse herself, say that sexual abuse feels good to a child if the abuser \u2018is any good\u2019? Any good at what? At molesting a child? There is no way these comments could ever be acceptable. But it does make you wonder about her motives.\r\n\r\nWinfrey has been close friends with Harvey Weinstein for decades. In fact, Weinstein and Winfrey were so close, victims claimed that Weinstein used the relationship with Winfrey to seduce young actresses to dupe them into thinking he would help them with their career \u2013 only to use them for sex.\r\n\r\nIn March of 2018, Winfrey claimed she had no knowledge of Weinstein's sexual misconduct. Weinstein had been accused of previous sexual harassment or assault by dozens of women by then. She had previously worked with Weinstein on the 2013 movie \u201cThe Butler\u201d and described her association with the convicted Hollywood producer as friendly and that she was in association with Weinstein for the Butler movie, but of course didn't know any of what was going on. Given the fact that Weinstein\u2019s sexual misconduct was an well known open secret in Hollywood, that statement seemed incredibly unrealistic.\r\n\r\nSinger Seal accused Winfrey of ignoring Weinstein\u2019s sex assault rumors for years and called Hollywood \u2018sanctimonious\u2019 after being called a hypocrite himself in the comments by people reminding him that he was once married to Heidi Klum, and thus had to have known himself while looking away as well.\r\n\r\nOn December 11, 2018, Brazilian faith healer, Joa\u0303o Teixeira de Faria, also known as John of God, was accused of being a serial sexual abuser. Several women came forward with testimony of Faria committing unwanted sexual advances during his healing sessions. The medium had gained international recognition after Oprah Winfrey profiled Faria in 2010 and then interviewed him at his center back in 2012. Though video of her 2010 profile has been taken down from Youtube, Winfrey said:\r\n<blockquote>"People around the world credit John of God and the spirits that work through him for many miraculous healings. He has also been misunderstood by some, persecuted by others and even accused of impropriety." Upon hearing about the allegations, which included rape, Winfrey issued a statement in December of 2018,\r\nsaying: "I empathize with the women now coming forward and hope justice is served.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nBut Winfrey was also caught in the middle of a sex scandal at her prized Leadership Academy, the girls-only school she funded in South Africa. Just ten months after the first pupils were admitted, 15 girls claimed to be victims of sexual abuse at the hands of a matron employed by the establishment.\r\n\r\nVirginia Tiny Makopo faced 14 charges, including indecent assault, common assault, assaulting a minor to perform an indecent act and verbal abuse of pupils. She denied the charges and was acquitted on October 11, 2010. Not long after, the school was hit by its second sex scandal, with seven pupils suspended for displaying 'inappropriate behavior' towards other children. According to the Afrikaans on Sunday newspaper, one 15-year-old "preyed" on a schoolmate and coerced others into lying to officials investigating the alleged incidents. Six other pupils have been excluded from the girls-only boarding school after being alleged to have touched each other intimately, or "intimidating others into partaking of inappropriate behaviors".\r\n\r\nBesides being caught up in sex scandals and keeping the company of sexual predators like Harvey Weinstein, Winfrey has quite a record of being a total hypocrite as well. Ahead of its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, Winfrey dropped out as executive producer of the 2020 documentary \u201cOn the Record\u201d, a documentary centered around Russell Simmons who was accused of rape and sexual assault.\r\n\r\nIn her statement, Winfrey stated, "In my opinion, there is more work to be done on the film to illuminate the full scope of what the victims endured and it has become clear that the filmmakers and I are not aligned in that creative vision." Winfrey accused the \u2018On the Record\u2019 filmmakers of "inconsistencies" with their documentary's story. It is interesting she did not notice the dozens upon dozens of inconsistencies and blatant lies a year earlier, when she decided to promote Leaving Neverland in such a way one would almost think she had a financial interest in it. But then again, the documentary about her friend Harvey was coming out, and she was probably too busy trying to take the attention away from it that she was too busy to notice all the blatant lies.\r\n\r\nOn March 17, 2020, a fake news report went viral and Winfrey started trending on Twitter regarding allegations that she was arrested for her alleged involvement in a global sex trafficking ring after Weinstein was reported to have made a plea deal in order to lower his prison sentence. He claimed he could name celebrities who were supposedly all involved in a sex trafficking club with the deceased Jeffrey Epstein. Weinstein allegedly gave up the names of Winfrey, Tom Hanks, Charlie Sheen, and more.\r\n\r\nWinfrey then had to set the record straight on her official Twitter account, tweeting: "Just got a phone call that my name is trending. And being trolled for some awful fake thing. It's not true," tweeted Winfrey. "Haven't been raided, or arrested. Just sanitizing and self distancing with the rest of the world. Stay safe everybody." In her an issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, Winfrey went more into detail about how shocked she was by the claims. \u201cImagine sitting cozily in bed, when you get a phone call telling you you\u2019re trending on Twitter. And you discover it\u2019s a bogus and vile story that you were arrested, and your home was raided for sex trafficking and child pornography,\u201d said Winfrey. \u201cI can\u2019t and don\u2019t want to imagine an uglier accusation. At first, I was confused. Yes, that\u2019s my name: \u201cOprah.\u201d But I\u2019m in bed in my pj\u2019s and socks, and somehow #OprahArrested is a thing. My worst fear realized. Being slandered, accused of a crime I didn\u2019t commit.\u201d\r\n\r\nIf that isn\u2019t the epitome of hypocrisy, then what is? Oh, and of course Winfrey was also \u2018with her\u2019 in 2016, even going as far as telling people to vote for Clinton even if people didn\u2019t like her. It raises questions as to why Winfrey wouldn\u2019t be more bipartisan giving her past friendly relationship with Donald Trump.\r\n\r\nOne of Winfrey\u2019s friends and another name found on Epstein\u2019s private jet log is Geraldine Laybourne, co-founder of Nickelodeon and, with her husband Kit and Winfrey, the Oxygen network. Laybourne left Nickelodeon in 1996 to become president of Disney-ABC Cable Networks.\r\n\r\nOn January 25th, 2019, Leaving Neverland had its first screening at the Sundance Festival. Untouchable, the documentary about the sexual assault accusations against Winfrey\u2019s good friend Harvey Weinstein, was screening at Sundance as well. Strangely enough, a list of documentaries screening at Sundance in an online article from November 2018 makes no mention of any Michael Jackson documentary at all, as if the documentary was pulled from the shelves after the realization hit that the attention needed to be diverted from the Weinstein documentary.\r\n\r\nAn article from December 2017 in the New York Times gives us an interesting story about Weinstein and Michael Jackson. After the news broke that a Canadian woman anonymously filed a lawsuit accusing Weinstein of assaulting her in 2000, A.J. Benza, a former New York Daily News gossip columnist, received a text from Weinstein saying: \u201cHelp me.\u201d The article goes on saying that Weinstein and Benza had discussed a plan over dinner in West Hollywood in late 2003 or early 2004 to help Weinstein avoid embarrassment. Benza had discovered that Weinstein, while married to his first wife, had an affair.\r\n\r\nBenza had a suggestion. \u201cI could supply your P.R. girls with a lot of gossip \u2014 a lot of stories \u2014 and if people come at them with the \u2018Harvey\u2019s having an affair story,\u2019 they can barter,\u201d Benza recalled telling Weinstein. \u201cHe (referring to Weinstein) said, \u2018A. J., it\u2019s got to be good stories,\u2019 and I said, \u2018Don\u2019t you worry about it.\u201d Benza, who got paid by Weinstein, reported items on Michael Jackson and others and sent them to Weinstein\u2019s communications team, though he didn\u2019t know whether they were used to trade away stories about Weinstein. Now this could be a coincidence, but around the same time Weinstein asked Benza for help to distract people from his own scandals, Neverland was raided, and Michael Jackson was arrested and charged for child molestation allegations. Surely this helped Weinstein a great deal diverting the public from his scandals.\r\nAlso, it is important to mention is that Weinstein teamed up with none other than Tommy Mottola to develop, produce and back a Broadway musical based on the Pink Floyd opus in August of 2004.\r\n\r\nIn 2017, Mottola and his wife Thalia teamed up with HBO for a new documentary series.\r\n\r\nHarvey Weinstein co-founded Miramax, which was purchased for $80 million by The Walt Disney Company on June 30, 1993. Weinstein and his brother Bob remained at the head of the film company after Disney took over ownership.\r\n\r\nSomething that is surely nothing but a coincidental chain of events but nevertheless worth mentioning is that the last movie that was released by\r\n\r\nMiramax before Disney took over is the 1993 movie called 'House of Cards'. The movie follows the struggle of a mother to reconnect with her daughter who has been traumatized by the death of her father. It was released on June 25th, 1993. On July 16th, 1993, the next movie released and the first by Miramax after it was purchased by Disney, was called 'Benefit of the Doubt'. The same day that Jordie Chandler was drugged and coerced into saying that Michael Jackson had molested him.\r\n\r\nWeinstein left Disney\u2019s Miramax to start his Weinstein company on September 30, 2005, just over 3 months after the Michael Jackson child molestation trial had ended and Michael was acquitted on all charges. Although there doesn\u2019t seem to be a direct link between Harvey Weinstein and Evan Chandler, what we do know is that Evan Chandler was trying to make it in Hollywood for years and was dubbed \u2018dentist to the stars\u2019 by Carrie Fisher.\r\nIn her book Shockaholic, Fisher says:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cI had this dentist at the time, a Dr. Evan Chandler, who was a very strange character. He was what would be referred to as the dentist to the stars. And as one of the people who would have unnecessary dental work just for the morphine, this man was one of those people who could arrange such a welcome service. He referred his patients to a mobile anesthesiologist who would come into the office to put you out for the dental work. And as if that wasn\u2019t glorious enough, this anesthesiologist could also be easily and financially persuaded to come to your house to administer the morphine for your subsequent luxury pain relief. And I would extend my arms, veins akimbo, and say to this man\u2014\u201cSend me away, but don\u2019t send me all the way.\u201d A little further on, Fisher says that the most disturbing thing she remembered him saying was: \u201cYou know, my son is very good looking.\u201d She goes on: Now I ask you\u2014what father talks about his child that way? Well, maybe some do but (a) I don\u2019t know them, and (b) they probably aren\u2019t raising an eyebrow and looking suggestive when they say it. Over the years I\u2019ve heard many proud fathers tell me, \u201cMy son is great,\u201d or \u201cMy kid is adorable,\u201d but this was the only time I\u2019d ever heard this particular boast. It was grotesque! This man was letting me know that he had this valuable thing that he assumed Michael Jackson wanted, and it happened to be his son. But it wasn\u2019t who his son was, it was what he was: \u201cgood-looking.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nBesides his creepy comments about his own 13-year-old son and dubious dental work in Beverly Hills, Chandler also got into trouble with the California Board of Dental Examiners in December 1978.\r\n\r\nAccording to the book \u201cUntouchable: The Strange Life and Tragic Death of Michael Jackson\u201d by Randall Sullivan, Chandler performed restoration work on sixteen of a single patient\u2019s teeth during one visit when he worked at the Crenshaw Family Dental Center, a clinic catering to low- income patients.\r\n\r\nAfter an investigation, the board ruled that Chandler was guilty of \u201cgross ignorance and\/or inefficiency,\u201d and that his license be revoked. After an appeal, the revocation was reduced to a ninety-day suspension, plus thirty months of probation.\r\n\r\nSullivan goes on saying:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cChandler dealt with his suspension by moving back to New York to write a screenplay but was unable to sell it. By 1980, the year Jordie was born, the family had returned to Los Angeles, where Evan worked at a series of dentistry jobs and complained that each one made him more miserable than the last. By 1990, Evan had a successful dentistry practice in Beverly Hills by then, but in 1991 found himself once again in trouble due to claims of carelessness or incompetence. A model he was contracted to do restoration work for had suffered severe damage to her teeth and sued him for negligence. Chandler claimed the woman had signed a consent form accepting the risks involved in the procedures he\u2019d undertaken, but he was unable to produce it when subpoenaed, telling the court that the document had been stolen from the trunk of his Jaguar. Eventually the suit was settled out of court.\r\n\r\nIn 1993, right around the time his son Jordie met Michael Jackson, Evan finally found some success in Hollywood when one of his scripts was rewritten by Mel Brooks and turned into the film Robin Hood: Men in Tights. A lucrative career as a screenwriter did not result, however, and Evan soon fell behind on his child support payments; eventually his debt to June approached $70,000, with interest.\r\n\r\nJune would claim that her ex-husband had been largely an absentee father to Jordie, rarely spending time with his son until Michael Jackson appeared.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nNow of course it could all be just Chandler\u2019s luck that right around that time, Michael Jackson\u2019s car broke down and made his way to the business of June Chandler\u2019s new husband, David Schwartz. Schwartz has always seemed somewhat of an outsider in the story and mainly mentioned in regard to his own financial troubles at the time and as \u2018the husband of\u2019, but Schwartz himself is a more interesting character than might seem at face value and has his own links with Hollywood. In an article from November 1986, the LA Times reported on Schwartz\u2019s business Rent-A-Wreck, which was in financial trouble after its shares were sold to the public a year earlier.\r\nAccording to the article, Schwartz was talking to potential buyers of his 20% stake he still held. Yet just a month later, Schwartz was featured in a long article in the same LA Times promoting his company.\r\n<blockquote>\u201cHis car-rental business prospered, largely by attracting a regular coterie of show business types--actors, producers, film makers and network kingpins. His customers to name a few have included Richard Gere, Dan Aykroyd and Ali MacGraw. His fleet of 40-plus convertible Mustangs, said to be the largest collection anywhere, starred with Warren Beatty in \u201cShampoo.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nSchwartz\u2019s skills at casting and matchmaking are legend. He talked Henry Fonda, who occasionally rented a pickup from Rent-A-Wreck, into a rare appearance in a TV series. In another case, Schwartz got a film director to listen to several messages a customer had left on his answering machine. The director liked the voice. The actress, Brooke Adams, got the starring role opposite Sam Shepard in \u201cDays of Heaven.\u201d Actress Rachel Ward met actor and husband-to-be Brian Brown on the lot.\u201d\r\n\r\nBut it was not just Schwartz himself who had friendly relationships in Hollywood, Schwartz\u2019s long-time business partner and former cable television executive Geoffrey Nathanson had a history with Hollywood of his own. In his blog Nathanson writes:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cBack in Los Angeles I took a shot at Disney and was referred to Buena Vista Films, Disney\u2019s distribution entity. I really needed some children\u2019s movies. Someone arranged for me to meet Buena Vista\u2019s President, a cantankerous guy named Irving Ludwig. I was ushered into his Burbank office where Irving greeted me with \u201cMake it quick, I\u2019m very busy.\u201d\r\n\r\nI noticed there was also a young fellow present who appeared to be Irving\u2019s assistant. Before I could begin my pitch Irving said, \u201cYou\u2019re the pay TV guy right?\u201d\r\n\r\nI nodded.\r\n\r\n\u201cNot interested... We\u2019re in the movie business.... Don\u2019t start.\u201d Irving interrupted before I had a chance to go into my pitch, \u201cI\u2019m a busy man.\u201d\r\n\r\n\u201cBut...\u201d I interjected.\r\n\r\n\u201cNo buts... show the gentleman out Semel... Disney doesn\u2019t do pay TV.\u201d\r\n\r\nWith that I left for my car accompanied by Irving\u2019s assistant who introduced himself saying, \u201cIrving\u2019s not the man to talk to. You have to see Card Walker, the President of the studio.\u201dUltimately I was able to meet with Card Walker at lunch in the Disney commissary, and in time I got a couple of Disney pictures, not the animated classics, but good family fare. As an aside; the Ludwig assistant who gave me encouragement was Terry Semel, later to become President of Warner Brothers Studio.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nThis means that a link between Harvey Weinstein and Schwartz can absolutely be made through Disney and Nathanson. Whether there is a link between Chandler and Epstein is not known. What is known is that Epstein had ordered a professional dentist chair for his island, and a same type of chair was found in his New York mansion.\r\n\r\nWhat triggered the Arvizo allegations was the Bashir documentary called 'Living with Michael Jackson'. Although this might have been a British production, it was aired in the USA by ABC Network. ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Company. Not only did ABC air the documentary, they also hired Bashir for the show 'Nightline' in 2005. It almost looks like a quid pro quo.\r\n\r\nAt the time of the 2003 allegations, Harvey Weinstein had some issues with Disney and hired attorney Bert Fields to represent him. Bert Fields was Michael's lawyer in 1993.Fields also represented Jeffrey Katzenberg when Katzenberg was fired at The Walt Disney Company back in 1994, before Katzenberg started Dreamworks with Stephen Spielberg and David Geffen. A company with a logo that makes it painfully obvious as to whose idea it really was. You would think Katzenberg & associates would have a disturbed relationship with Disney, because after all Disney lost hundreds of millions of dollars in the 90's because Katzenberg sued them. But Disney and Dreamworks had a 30-picture distribution deal between 2009 and 2016.\r\n\r\nWhen Bill Clinton was investigated for perjury in his impeachment case, Spielberg, Katzenberg and Geffen were quick to come to the president's aid to fund his legal defense. They, as well as Harvey Weinstein, were amongst the 62 donors giving the maximum of $10,000, according to a 1998 article in The Washington Post.\r\n\r\nWade Robson, when questioned by Tom Mesereau in court in 2005, claimed that he was directing films. When Mesereau asked if he could summarize what he was doing in that regard, he answered:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cThe main focus right now, I did a short film that I wrote and produced and directed last year, and that\u2019s doing the whole film festival circuit right now. And I have a three- picture deal with Disney as a film director, and we\u2019re developing an original musical.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nNo collaboration between Wade and Disney can be found after that time, which makes one wonder what that deal was about.\r\n\r\nLeaving Neverland was co-produced by HBO, which parent Company is WarnerMedia Entertainment, which is owned by AT&T. Both HBO and Disney have streaming platforms online and are supposedly in competition with each other, but nothing can be further from the truth. According to a PDF that can be found on the website of AT&T, they have a \u2018magical collaboration\u2019:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cSince 2013 when the company was named the official wireless sponsor of Walt Disney World Resort, the relationship with Disney has developed into one that is rich in collaboration and innovation.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nAnother interesting story is that of Michael\u2019s music catalog. In addition to his share of the Sony\/ATV\/Beatles catalog, he also held his own publishing catalog, the Mijac Music Catalog. Founded by Michael in 1980 as his personal publishing company, Mijac Music also includes the classic Sly and the Family Stone catalog and songs by artists such as Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Aretha Franklin.\r\n\r\nWhile Michael\u2019s share in the ATV music catalog was sold to Sony for $750 million in 2016, the estate retained a 10% stake in EMI Music Publishing, and its ownership of the MIJAC catalog, which holds the rights to Michael's songs and master recordings. Sony\/ATV Chairman and CEO Martin Bandier has said that the Mijac catalog is one of the most significant and valuable in music. In 2012, the administration of the MIJAC catalog was moved from Warner Chappell, who had administered the catalog since it was founded in 1980, to Sony-ATV. In an article of August of that year, Roger Friedman writes:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cWhat\u2019s happened now is that Jackson\u2019s long contract with Warner Chappell, the publishing division of Warner Music Group, expired last December. Sony-ATV, in which he has a 50% ownership interest, had the right to match or better any offer when MiJac\u2019s deal with WMG was done. The deal was actually completed a couple of months ago, I\u2019m told. Now all of Michael Jackson\u2019s music publishing will be in one place: Sony-ATV. MiJac holds all of his songs like \u201cBillie Jean\u201d and \u201cBeat It\u201d plus hundreds of other publishing copyrights including everything by Sly Stone.\r\n\r\nIt\u2019s a plum win for Sony and a devastating loss for Warner Music. Warner Chappell was the only part of that company still doing well. To lose MiJac, especially since Jackson\u2019s death and the renewed interest in his music, is a heavy setback.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nWarner Music Group was sold by that time to a privately held company called Access Industries, owned by Leonard Blavatnik. But links with its former parent company WarnerMedia Entertainment were still strong as became apparent in 2017 when Amedia, a large Russian film and TV studio Blavanik owns a majority stake in, earned exclusive rights to premiere HBO content in Russia.\r\n\r\nA class action lawsuit filed against Warner Music Group\u2019s former CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. in May of 2011 by one of its stock holders, alleged that the WMG board of directors accepted the $3.3 billion dollar bid from Access Industries rather than a higher offer from brothers Tom and Alec Gores. Blavatnik was a personal friend of Bronfman's and a former member of the WMG board so the claim alleges that Blavatnik's friendship with Bronfman was a major factor in the board's decision to accept the offer.\r\n\r\nBlavatnik also worked his way into the movie business, some of his closest associates have long had malodorous reputations and ultimately were accused of serious sexual misconduct.\r\n<blockquote>\u201cHis two best friends in Hollywood were Harvey Weinstein and Brett Ratner," observes one executive who has done business with Blavatnik. "That's not a good look, is it?"<\/blockquote>\r\nWhile Weinstein was convicted, Ratner has been accused of misconduct by several women but has not been charged with a crime.\r\n\r\nNot long after the MIJAC catalog was moved away from Warner, Wade Robson and James Safechuck came out with their molestation accusations which eventually resulted in the atrocity called Leaving Neverland in 2019, co-produced by HBO. Leaving Neverland screened for the first time on what would have been Evan Chandler\u2019s 75th birthday.\r\n\r\nWarner Music Group\u2019s former CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr.\u2019s father, Edgar Bronfman Sr., has a direct link to none other than Jeffrey Epstein. Epstein advised Bronfman in the late 70\u2019s on tax mitigation strategies when he worked as an options trader at Bear Stearns. Bronfman Jr.\u2019s half-sister Clare Bronfman is notable for her involvement in NXIVM, a business involved with criminal activities that lead to indictments on federal charges that included sex trafficking, sex trafficking conspiracy, and conspiracy to commit forced labor. NXIVM\u2019s founder Keith Raniere was convicted in federal court of sex trafficking and racketeering on June 19, 2019. His associate, \u2018Smallville\u2019 actress Allison Mack, pleaded guilty to racketeering charges in April of 2019, and is awaiting sentencing. Bronfman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to conceal and harbor illegal aliens for financial gain and fraudulent use of identification. She faces several months in prison when sentenced.\r\n\r\nAs for Disney, a company that keeps popping up in this story, their Disney Cruises has numerous trips to St. Thomas and St. John in the Virgin Islands. Travelers could also book a number of excursions off the cruise ship to a variety of adventurous destinations. One such destination included several stops to Little St. James Island, Jeffrey Epstein\u2019s pedophile island.\r\n\r\nStill today, this is what can be found on the MagicalKingdoms.com website:\r\n<blockquote>\u201cBe whisked away aboard the captain\u2019s RIB power boat to a pair of sun-soaked snorkeling sites \u2014 and prepare for an adventure like no other. Journey to picturesque Turtle Cove, Buck Island and immerse yourself in an underwater wonderland, where you\u2019re invited to swim and snorkel amidst a school of sea turtles for approximately one hour. Afterward, make your way to your second snorkel stop \u2014 Little St James Island \u2014 where curious fish dart back and forth in the clear blue water, and colorful coral formations nestle next to amazing underwater formations. Afterward, enjoy a beverage and snack before making your way back to St Thomas Harbor.\u201d<\/blockquote>\r\nThis gets even creepier when you know some ancient history. Tiberius, the second Roman emperor, was a notorious pedophile. On his island at Capri from which he ruled Rome, he indulged in both sexual and violent practices with men, women and children. He used to have underaged children swimming with him while he was naked, and they would service him underwater. He would call them his little fishes.\r\n\r\nBob Iger, former CEO of The Walt Disney Company which owns ABC, turned out to have played a major role in covering the Epstein story for years, as became clear when a undercover video was released on the tenth anniversary of Evan Chandler\u2019s death on November 5th of 2019 by Project Veritas, a project dedicated to expose media lies. Iger, along with Disney\u2019s former chairman Michael Eisner, was also named in a sexual assault suit by Paz de la Huerta against Harvey Weinstein in November of 2018. The complaint stated that Iger and Eisner \u201cmade a series of decisions that allowed a range of actions by Harvey Weinstein that unacceptably harmed certain employees of Miramax.\u201d\r\n\r\nIn September of last year Bob Iger called Oprah Winfrey \u201ca dear old friend\u201d and Winfrey said of Iger at a \u2018Save the Children\u2019 gala in Los Angeles a few days later that Iger\u2019s guidance and decency is what the country needs right now and that she had hoped that she\u2019d be wearing an \u2018Iger 2020\u2019 t-shirt by then.\r\n\r\nMakes perfect sense that she would say that at a Save the Children gala about a man that, as it turned out a month later, covered up for pedophile Jeffrey Epstein for years. A man in charge of the biggest children\u2019s entertainment company in the history of mankind. Let that sink in for a moment.\r\n\r\nBob Iger, of course, was also \u2018with her\u2019 in 2016. Iger not only backed Clinton with donations, he even hosted a Hollywood fundraising event for her.\r\n\r\nIger stepped down as CEO of The Walt Disney Company in February of 2020, claiming he wanted to focus more on the creative side of the company. This came rather unexpected because in April of 2019, Iger had announced that his definite retirement would not be until the end of 2021. He was supposed to have retired from Disney on June 30, 2018 but was convinced to stay on until July 2nd, 2019, and in December of 2018 the board extended Iger's contract until 2021.\r\n<blockquote>\u201cI\u2019m expecting my contract to expire at the end of 2021," Iger quipped, before addressing the question. "I\u2019d say, \u2018This time I mean it,\u2019 but I\u2019ve said that before. I\u2019ve been CEO since October 2005 and as I\u2019ve said many times, there's a time for everything, and 2021 will be time for me to finally step down."<\/blockquote>\r\nIn 2005, a leaked voice message by Michael Jackson that he allegedly left for Dieter Weisner caused outrage. The Anti-Defamation League demanded an apology from Michael Jackson after a US TV network aired what was said to be a telephone answering machine message in which the pop star referred to Jews as \u201cleeches".\r\n<blockquote>\u201dMichael Jackson has an anti-Semitic streak and hasn't learned from his past mistakes," Anti-Defamation League director Abraham Foxman said in a statement. "It seems every time he has a problem in his life, he blames it on Jews."<\/blockquote>\r\nMichael was quoted as saying:\r\n<blockquote>"They suck them like leeches. ... They start out the most popular person in the world, make a lot of money, big house, cars and everything and end up penniless. It's a conspiracy. The Jews do it on purpose."<\/blockquote>\r\nThe message was supposedly recorded two years earlier and had surfaced in connection with a lawsuit filed against Michael. The message was among about a dozen released by lawyer Howard King, who represented Dieter Wiesner and Marc Schaffel who were locked in business disputes with Michael and were suing him for millions. King said he released the messages to keep Jackson from appearing sympathetic in court.\r\n\r\nWe\u2019re sure it\u2019s just another coincidence, but the US TV Network that aired the voice message was ABC.\r\nHillary Clinton\u2019s documentary \u2018Hillary\u2019 was released at the 2020 Sundance festival on January 25th. It can now be viewed on Hulu, a streaming service owned by Disney. Unlike Leaving Neverland, Hillary is not aimed to destroy its protagonist.\r\n\r\nIt seems that this web of very powerful people had a vendetta against Michael Jackson. And truth be told, we honestly haven\u2019t even scratched the surface. But we know for sure that it really is a small world after all.\r\nAs we reach a sharp turn in the bend, we all ask, What on earth could Michael Jackson have known?\r\nWe can speculate, but the subliminal messages in his works speaks volumes\u2026and we will leave that for another time.