Jermaine's statement related to Bin Laden controversy?

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Offline son

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Exactly what it says on the tin

Is it possible that Jermaine's statement is related to the controversy with Bin Laden's death? A lot of people (including the Taliban) don't believe he died and a lot of people are demanding pictures. Maybe Bin Laden's assassination messed up MJ's plans.

What do you all think?
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it saddens me to read tweets that believe Michael is still alive. He is not. Pls stop hurting yourselves with this false belief
So no. Or maybe i didn't get your question. But i don't see a connection in any way.
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it saddens me to read tweets that believe Michael is still alive. He is not. Pls stop hurting yourselves with this false belief
So no. Or maybe i didn't get your question. But i don't see a connection in any way.

I meant in the timing of the tweet in relation to the Bin Laden controversy...
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The way I see it is, that if Jermaine wants us to believe MJ has died, then he should show us a picture of him dead...

Thats the general feeling of the Americans about Bin Laden's death....no picture, no way !!!
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The way I see it is, that if Jermaine wants us to believe MJ has died, then he should show us a picture of him dead...

Thats the general feeling of the Americans about Bin Laden's death....no picture, no way !!!


You are so right, we should tweet to Jermaine  to show us a pictuer of Mj dead.. how about them apples. good point... blessings
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Bin Laden is dead, Michael isn't. My husband was deployed with the USS Carl Vinson and he was shown the Bin Laden death photo by someone who is a cryptographer ( a good friend of ours). he was in a mere few who saw the photo since he has TS clearance.

Top Secret is a more stringent clearance. A Top Secret, or "TS", clearance, is often given as the result of a Single Scope Background Investigation, or SSBI. Top Secret clearances, in general, afford one access to data that affects national security, counterterrorism/counterintelligence, or other highly sensitive data. There are far fewer individuals with TS clearances than Secret clearances.[citation needed] A TS clearance can take as few as 3–6 months to obtain, but more often takes 6–18 months, while sometimes taking up to 3 years to obtain. The SSBI must be renewed every 5 years. [10] Also, in order to receive clearance, all initial TS candidates must pass an oral examination. This is conducted by a TS-cleared employee who has passed at least two SSBIs.

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Bin Laden is dead, Michael isn't. My husband was deployed with the USS Carl Vinson and he was shown the Bin Laden death photo by someone who is a cryptographer ( a good friend of ours). he was in a mere few who saw the photo since he has TS clearance.

Top Secret is a more stringent clearance. A Top Secret, or "TS", clearance, is often given as the result of a Single Scope Background Investigation, or SSBI. Top Secret clearances, in general, afford one access to data that affects national security, counterterrorism/counterintelligence, or other highly sensitive data. There are far fewer individuals with TS clearances than Secret clearances.[citation needed] A TS clearance can take as few as 3–6 months to obtain, but more often takes 6–18 months, while sometimes taking up to 3 years to obtain. The SSBI must be renewed every 5 years. [10] Also, in order to receive clearance, all initial TS candidates must pass an oral examination. This is conducted by a TS-cleared employee who has passed at least two SSBIs.

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 lolol/


Just making a point that Bin laden is in fact, dead, gone...deceased...there are 3 pictures of him...unless those were staged and not Bin laden, then I don't know...I just know my husband saw the photos.