Square One: New Evidence in the Michael Jackson Case
|Directed by||Danny Wu|
Square One is a 2019 documentary directed by Danny Wu. It focuses on the 1993, singer Michael Jackson was accused of sexually molesting a 13-year-old boy. It strategically uncovers new evidence and information through interviews with people closest to the case. These interviews showcase never-before-heard public statements from witnesses, Jackson’s nephew, and legal assistant to the prosecutor in ‘93.
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Square One examines the original child sexual abuse allegations brought against Jackson that were settled out of court. The documentary features Jackson's nephew Taj Jackson, three women that were on the 2003 witness list in People v. Jackson, former legal secretary to Barry Rothman, Geraldine Hughes, and investigative journalist Charles Thompson.
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- "Square One mounts a full-throated defense of Michael Jackson against the charges of pedophilia that plagued him in the latter part of his life and career". Top Documentary Films. October 27, 2019. Retrieved 2019-11-01.
- ""Square One" is The Definitive Michael Jackson Accuser Documentary". Medium. September 29, 2019. Retrieved 2019-09-29.
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