Michael Jackson update: FBI file on his suspicious activities is available to the public.

Filed in Gather News Channel by on December 28, 2009 0 Comments

The FBI last week, in response to Freedom of Information Act requests, released their investigation files on the King of Pop dating back nearly 20 years.

According to the New York Post and the National Enquirer,  the FBI first probed child molestation allegations against  Michael Jackson in 1993. One document in the file said the agency had proof that Jackson transported a minor across state lines for “immoral purposes.”

The files include allegations that Michael Jackon molested two Mexican boys in the mid-1980s. And there is a claim from a Canadian couple that saw Jackon on a train with a boy he called “his cousin.”  According to the documents, the woman told an FBI agent that she slept in an adjoining compartment and “heard questionable noises through wall” that prompted her to notify the train conductor of her suspicions.

The files include details on a an extortion plot  by a man who sent letters to Michael Jackson threatening to kill him.

To access those files (PDF format) via the New York Post, click on http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/fbi_releases_files_on_michael_jackson_lsO5Bb4NkC3JCVDDOqm2wI?offset=40

Kind of scary to think that a government agency keeps such a close watch on a person without ever arresting him. Any ideas of any other celebrity the FBI may be watching right now? 

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