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Photos: Michael Jackson's fans set up a crowdfunding campaign for adverts on London buses

Adverts protesting Michael Jackson’s innocence have appeared on London buses in the week an explosive documentary made fresh claims he was a paedophile.
A ‘Gofundme’ page to pay for the adverts has raised £14,000 after two men alleged the singer abused them as kids on Channel Four’s controversial film ‘Leaving Neverland’
An online crowdfunding campaign started by a ‘super fan’ has raised more than £14,000 to put the banners on red double-deckers across the capital.
The controversial posters read: ‘Facts don’t lie... People do,’ next to a picture of Jackson’s face with ‘innocent’ written across his mouth.
Taj, 45, whose father is former Jackson 5 guitarist Tito, supports the campaign.
Taj, 45, whose father is former Jackson 5 guitarist Tito, supports the campaign
Michael Jackson’s fans have sparked fury by launching a poster campaign on London buses insisting the pop star is innocent of child abuse claims
The adverts which appeared on the side of the capital’s buses say: ‘Facts don’t lie. People do.’ They are accompanied by a photo of Jackson, who died at the age of 50 in 2009, with the word ‘innocent’ emblazoned across his face


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