Well, he was threatening to leave the country if he was acquitted. Why doesn’t he just move to Guatemala, molest all the kids he wants, and just pay off the authorities to look the other way? You gotta start thinking outside the box, Michael—outside the box… :rolleyes:
That’s what I don’t understand. He needs to get away from his creditors, his career is in the toilet so he needs to reduce his cost of living, and he has this little pecker-dildo he’d just as soon not give up. The obvious choice is to move to a more, um, understanding country.
That might be a sensible choice, if we assume he has ever sexually interfered with a child in the past or intends to in the future. So far, the preponderance of evidence suggests that his assertion that he just likes to have innocent sleepovers with juveniles is actually true. There’s no denying that that’s a freaking weird pastime for a grown man, but it ain’t agin’ the law.
I don’t think there is a more understanding country when it comes to that whole not-punishing-someone-for-something-they-didn’t-do thing.
As far as his creditors and career are concerned, if I had over 300 million in assets after my debts were cleared, I wouldn’t be wringing my hands too much about the cost of living or my ability to sell out a stadium show. Shit, even if you took away all his physical property except for a terry robe from the Holiday Inn and zeroed out his bank balance, his income from his catalogue would still make him unreasonably wealthy by any measurement. Maybe not Theme-Park-In-The-Backyard wealthy, but still hardly in a position to identify with Job.