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Wade Robson Deposition Video: “Lied” During Michael Jackson Trial

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In 2016, Wade Robson was videotaped for a deposition as part of his lawsuit against Michael Jackson’s companies. 

Reacting to HBO‘s Leaving Neverland, a website has launched that claims to disprove and discredit Wade’s allegations he made during the documentary. Amongst a 30 minute video that demonstrates manipulative editing techniques used to defame Michael’s legacy, snippets from a several hour-long deposition video appear throughout.

The full video titled Lies of Leaving Neverland is claiming the allegations made by Wade and James Safechuck were false. It claims Leaving Neverland is filled with “provable lies, conflicting accounts, contradictions, staged reshoots, faked scenes, reconstructed memories, critical information ommissions, manipulated news clips, discredited source material” and that “key motives” are ignored.

In the deposition video, Wade was questioned about Michael’s 2005 molestation trial and the testimony that the professional dancer gave. He claimed at the time of his testimony that Michael never molested him; but the lawyer who conducted the deposition rephrased the question leading to the same answer, “That was a lie, correct?” with Wade responding, “That was not the truth, correct.”

You can watch a cut-down version of the deposition video here.

unCrazed want to make it clear, this shortened, heavily edited version in no way reflects nor insinuates that allegations made by Wade Robson or parties involved are false.

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