The Michael Jackson Interview (5of 9) - Footages You weren't Meant To See





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Published on Jul 3, 2009

The uncut video footages from Martin Bashir's "Living With Michael Jackson" 2002 interview with Michael Jackson (over a period of 8 months). Edited out from the February 2003 aired version you won't see.

Uncut version of the Bashir interview which shows Mr. Bashir giving a different point of view. See how this two-faced reporter would sweet talk his subject, appear to agree with Michael and later contradict his own words once on air.

If you have watched the Martin Bashir interview, you will see how this reporter re-phrased some questions only later on to be easily cut later and edited, presented in a way it showed a very negative image of his subject, Michael Jackson. While the said reporter is considered to be award winning, this interview might just challenge that.

As quoted from another site "To continue to call him a journalist is offensive to those who actually do hold integrity and objectivity to be of paramount importance in covering any story - whether current event or celebrity fluff. Oh, and there is also that pesky little word: TRUTH. Mr Bashir seems to have a big problem with telling it." - MichaelJackson5couk

Unseen interview footages about his childhood, face badly burned, covering his childrens faces, having sleep overs and many footages that would truly paint a different picture about the real Michael Jackson.

Pass and let the truth be out.


(as reposted from "MichaelJackson5couk" YouTube page)

Disclaimer: No copyright infringement is intended.

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