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Why is he in Middle East?

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Submitted by Pigfoot (United States), Mar 8, 2006 at 15:47

The King of Pop is where he is because he will have easy access ...He has run out the string in California and he knows it. If he were to be caught again he would go to prison. However, in Bahrain, his money can get him what he needs. People in that part of the world are bought and sold as freely as camels. He will be provided children brought to him from some poor villages in Asia. The deal will probably feed a village for a year. What is pitiful is the dimwitted adulation of some of his adoring fans...
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