I don’t know.
Neither do you.
Neither do the more, ahem, passionate Michael Jackson fans.
What I do know is that the testimony provided by James Safechuck and Wade Robson was unsettling, upsetting and undeniably compelling and convincing.
That, of course, is not “evidence” but to deny, as some have, the veracity of these stories of coercion, manipulation and abuse as nothing more than self-serving lies designed to bring financial rewards seems…distasteful.
Whether the “truth” will ever come out I don’t know but it seems to me that there is, still, a case to be answered today.