That’s the conclusion of lie-detection expert Michael Sylvestre, who reviewed shocking video footage of the “Leave Me Alone” singer’s 1996 deposition, where lawyers interrogated the hitmaker about his alleged inappropriate relationships with young boys!
“He’s just spouting lies as he’s talking, and you see that in the charts!” Sylvestre concluded.
Appearing with his signature black fedora and surgically deformed nose, the King of Pop — then 37 — nervously giggled and squirmed in his chair during the March 1, 1996, interrogation while he denied sexually violating actor Macaulay Culkin and two other underage boys!
Macaulay, now 38, has long insisted Jackson never molested him, the damning deposition’s release comes on the heels of the documentary “Leaving Neverland,” in which two men — Wade Robson and James Safechuck — charged the singer raped them when they were children!
The music legend — who died from a prescription drug overdose in 2009 — bizarrely giggled, raised his hand to his ear and yawned when asked about the allegations. He even declared: “Jesus said to love the children and be like children. Be youthful, be innocent, be pure and honorable.”
The “Beat It” singer’s strange responses were run through Sylvestre’s “DecepTech Voice Stress Analysis Machine,” which printed out elevated lines on a chart when it detected Jackson was being deceptive.
At one point, the machine spiked when Sylvestre said the chart-topper’s voice “reaches a state of panic” as he declared he wanted to “set the record straight,” and denied being gay, bleaching his skin and molesting children!
“He knows he’s essentially telling a lie because he refuses to set anything straight,” Sylvestre told Radar.
The meter on the device spiked again when the performer blurted out: “If people hear a lie long enough, people believe it. People have lied on me. I’m a black American, and I’m proud of it … I don’t bleach my skin.”
“He’s absolutely lying about that,” Sylvestre said. “When he denies bleaching his skin, the chart clearly shows deception!”
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