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Why no confession and why Neverland?????

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Submitted by Mikail Augustus (Singapore), Jul 4, 2009 at 05:20

Why the family wanted to bury him in Neverland. They wanted him to have a Muslim way of burial and at the same time does not want to offend the Christians. He wanted to do the concert for the last time because he wanted to make some more money to pay his debts but he knows being as a muslim he could not said he is a muslim and at the same time sing at concerts. That the reason why he never confessed publicly.

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