FBI files on Michael Jackson

The FBI files on Michael Jackson, released under the Freedom of Information Act on December 22, 2009, consist of records kept by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who provided aid to many law enforcement agencies, which included technical and investigative assistance, concerning the American entertainer. The records released consist of 333 pages of over 600 pages total and appear divided into 7 parts on their official website. These files include copies of letters from members of the public commenting on his performances, newspaper clippings, and various documents reporting that Jackson was the target of extortion attempts, terrorist threat, and more.


The FBI files on Michael Jackson, released under the Freedom of Information Act on December 22, 2009, consist of records kept by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) who provided aid to many law enforcement agencies, which included technical and investigative assistance, concerning the American entertainer. The records released consist of 333 pages of over 600 pages total and appear divided into 7 parts on their official website. These files include copies of letters from members of the public commenting on his performances, newspaper clippings, and various documents reporting that Jackson was the target of extortion attempts, terrorist threat, and more.
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