THE director of a Leaving Neverland has told fans of Michael Jackson they need to face up the fact he was a paedophile. Dan Reed has hit back at ‘truthers’ who have come to the defence to the star and tried to cast doubt on the explosive claims made in the documentary. The late singer is in the spotlight again after the documentary aired renewed claims he molested young children at the height of his fame. Wade Robson and James Safechuck’s shocking abuse allegations have angered the Jackson family and his legions of fans around the world. But Reed said told The Morning Show in Australia today: "The aim was never to topple Jackson from his pedestal. I wasn't trying to get Michael Jackson or his music banned. “People need to face up to the fact he was a paedophile, but continue to separate the art from the man." The director said that Safechuck and Robson’s allegations were thoroughly checked. Saying “facts don’t lie, but paedophiles do,” … [Read more...] about Michael Jackson Leaving Neverland director says ‘facts don’t lie but paedophiles do’ as he slams fans who refuse to believe star was a child abuser
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Beth Teitell Globe Staff March 16, 2019 Amanda McHugh got her undergrad degree from Keene State College and her JD from New England Law | Boston. That she wasn’t at a prestige school never crossed her mind until classmates told her not to bother applying to fancy downtown law firms.“They won’t take you unless you went to Harvard or a place like that,” McHugh remembers being told.Devastating? Hardly. Advertisement “It’s almost like I lucked out,” said McHugh, now a contracts negotiator at Raytheon BBN Technologies in Cambridge. “For me, it would be hard to be happy if I was working 85 or 90 hours a week.” Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up for more newsletters here News flash! Even … [Read more...] about Can you ever hope to find success and happiness if you don’t go to an elite college?
0 Have your say I am going to start my piece this time around with a personal whinge. My excuse is that I don’t want others to fall into the same trap, writes Mayor of Peterborough Cllr Chris Ash. It’s all about parking.The other day I parked up to go into a place to make an enquiry. I have been there before with no problem. I did see a notice stating the area was for visitor and customer parking, so obviously no problem. Think again.Having sorted what I needed to know, I drove away. A week on, a claim for 60 quid came my way - I was wrongly parked. At first I could not work out where I’d gone wrong, everybody knows I would not dream of parking wrongly (honest guv). So I started to check things out to see what I should have done, and clearly didn’t.CCTV records your entry, and hopefully departure, and what you are supposed to do is hunt out a machine, enter the registration number correctly, no mistakes, otherwise it won’t match the … [Read more...] about Don’t fall into the same parking trap as me
HOLLY Willoughby today revealed her fears as a parent about the sick online character Momo. The This Morning presenter opened up about she was unsure how to talk to her kids, particularly eldest son Harry, after seeing reports children were being threatened by the disturbing avatar. Momo, initially a Japanese sculpture, has been overtaken by sick Internet trolls using the image to terrify youngsters – reportedly popping up in YouTube videos and on Fortnite to issue challenges and threats. The sick avatar has sparked warnings from schools and even police as the trend sweeps the UK and world. Speaking this morning, mum-of-three Holly said she had been worried of how to deal with the growing number of reports of the character. She said: "Harry is nine, he watches things on YouTube, I have been aware of this because I've seen it in the press "I didn't quite understand how it works and that it just pops up on these things so it's there all the time. "Do I draw his attention … [Read more...] about Holly Willoughby reveals Momo fears for son saying: ‘I don’t know what to do’
As the calendar flips to 2019, the Philadelphia Eagles find themselves in a similar position to where they were a year ago this time: playing the role of underdogs. The path that led back to this point is both familiar (Nick Foles is once again filling in for Carson Wentz) and different (they're the sixth seed rather than the top seed in the NFC) compared to the one that led them to the postseason, and eventually a Super Bowl, a year ago. But just like in 2018, when the Birds played all of their games as underdogs despite having home-field advantage, Doug Pederson's team will once again be looking to upset their competition. After opening as 5.5-point dogs against the NFC North champion Chicago Bears, the line has grown to six points according to OddsShark. Furthermore, the Eagles, who snuck into the playoffs in the final hours of the regular season, have the worst odds of winning the Super Bowl. And according to ESPN's Football Power Index, the Eagles have just a 0.5 … [Read more...] about What they’re saying: No one likes the Eagles (again), but they don’t care (again)