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Friday, 25 September 2009

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'Suffer little children to come to me' as the good book says?

Merseyside - (Rotters): Posthumous gong peddlers in the Saint Michael Jackson camp are straining a very fragile credulity of the singer's canonization campaign with their latest fantasy wind-up.

"Michael wanted to meet with little James Bulger's killers!" a wannabe multi-million dollar storyteller has said ahead of publication of his The Michael Jackson Fakes blockbuster.

"Over my dead body!" the child's mother Denise Bulger has replied, pouring scorn over Rabbi Shmuley Botox's ludicrous money-spinner attempts.

Jackson's 'healing hands' claims have already been relegated to the dustbin of bullshit in Santa Monicalewinsky, California court proceedings cross-examination about his groping of teenager Jordie Chandler.

Plans for a Princess Diana-style Memorial Fountain dedicated to the singer have also been shelved.

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