Coastal View News ran a story on March 26, 2009 discussing a fresh documentary produced by Larry Nimmer. The documentary, titled “Michael Jackson: The Untold Story of Neverland” has been a work-in-progress since 2005 when Mr. Nimmer was called to shoot footage at Neverland and to subsequently testify in court as part of the defense’s case. Nimmer is part of a demonstrative evidence company and has put together more than 1,000 multimedia exhibits for a wide array of court cases in California. In the Michael Jackson trial, Mr. Nimmer was called, in part, to record raw footage which directly contradicted key allegations from the Arvizos–mainly involving the interior alarms and security in place at Neverland.
This new documentary, which is currently being shopped to networks including VH1, “goes beyond the gates of Neverland and into the life of the accuser, Gavin Arvizo, and his family…it is revealed that the downtrodden family has anything but a squeaky clean past, and that the decision to turn on Jackson could have been spurred on by ulterior motives to collect money from the man that the family once considered its celebrity savior.” In addition to examining the questionable history of the Arvizo family and the premises of Neverland, the documentary also explores the media at large and the Santa Barbara District Attorney’s Office–spearheaded at the time by Thomas Sneddon. Nimmer is said to narrate the film in a “soft-spoken, matter-of-fact” manner and is also expected to include outtakes from the Martin Bashir documentary which paint an entirely different picture on the 2003 accusers and on Michael Jackson.
Larry Nimmer’s forthcoming documentary is a much welcomed counterpart to the other in-production book and film by tabloid gossipmonger, Ian Halperin. Followers of Michael Jackson may remember Ian Halperin as the person who claimed for months that Michael Jackson was half blind, near mute, and gravely ill with a string of life-threatening diseases including Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency, lung disease, severe emphysema, gastrointestinal bleeding, and so forth. After news broke that Michael Jackson would be performing in concert this summer and that he underwent an intensive five-hour, 50-point medical examine to ensure perfect physical fitness, Ian Halperin unleashed a whole new line of unfounded Michael Jackson rumors ranging from plastic surgery, to adoption, and more. Ian was most recently called out by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska, whom Ian claimed hired Michael Jackson to perform a June concert–like all of Ian’s past claims about Michael Jackson, there was no truth to this rumor, either. Last year, MJJR.net posted an exclusive report detailing Ian’s checkered background and widely confirmed lies.
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