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2nd email to CNN 7.16pm NZ time 15 June 2005 I have watched Michael Jackson's career for years, and when he was accused of child molestation in 1993, I knew that it was a lie. Pedophiles don't just become pedophiles in their mid-30s. I always believed that he would be exonerated, because the charges made against him were too contrived and too well choreographed. I have no doubt in my mind that he will be exonerated of the other charges made against him also, because the truth will always come out, no matter how hard it is concealed, and how many lies are told to conceal it. Michael has won half the battle, and there is still more work to be done. As for his career? I doubt that any music or movie star can boast that their careers had only high moments. It is not surprising that Michael's career really began to falter in the early 90s, when the media-aided persecution of this man took on new heights, along with the claims of molestation. He has endured over a decade of fabrications, lies and accusations made by people who have befriended or worked for him, with the disgraceful support of the western media, particularly the British and American press. The old saying what-goes-around-comes-around' is all that one can say, in their regard. Journalism these days is a dishonorable profession, where lies are presented as truth and truth is presented as lies. I have to wonder at the ethics of an industry that prints 2 percent of the truth and 98 per cent of lies. I will discourage any young person from seeking a career in an industry that cannot be trusted to tell the whole truth. Well done to the Jackson legal team; the Jackson fans and the Jackson family for sticking by a man who was always INNOCENT. And yes, his career will soar. Simply because the truth, will be told, and he will be further vindicated. Way to go, Michael.