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Michael Jackson - Don't Judge - Et Al

Reader comment on item: King of Pop Michael Jackson and Black Converts to Islam
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Submitted by Heather Clark (Canada), Mar 10, 2006 at 02:33

No one should judge Mr. Jackson.

He was a Jehovah Witness.

Now, he ponders conversion to Islam.

Here is a man who has converted his face into
something barely recognizable.

I feel nothing but pity for Michael Jackson.

"The Man in the Mirror"?

Michael Jackson is mentally ill, but not so that he can't
be held accountable for his molestation of young boys.
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