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The story does seem to be a month old, but seeing as how it was brought to Limbaugh’s attention, there must be some serious recent developments.
What to think? Well, it doesn’t seem well thought out. Michael Jackson was accused for sexual abuse of a child on a number of occasions, most notably the 1993 case and the more recent 2005 People v. Michael Jackson. To make him ranch, the alleged location of these and other abuses, doesn’t sound like the right course of action. I know he has a large devoted fan following, and even I have picked up his albums in the past (the “Michael Jackson Rule”, ignore the artist, enjoy the work), but I have a hard to believing Californians would be happy knowing their tax dollars are being spent preserving this residence. If you ask me, his people should set up a fund to preserve the Neverland Ranch, just as Star Wars fans have donated to save the famous “Lars Homestead” from the original film.
Just a waste of taxpayer’s money to preserve a site few outside of Jackson’s truly devoted followers and NAMBLA would appreciate… Mind-boggling…