Police investigators seized 16 computers from Michael Jackson as part of a 2004 child molestation investigation, according to newly released FBI files.
One of the computers was seized from a locked bedroom closet.
And despite a team of experts pouring over the hard drives for damaging evidence, ultimately investigators found nothing damaging against the King of Pop.
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The documents reveal that experts had difficulty seeing some of the images and had to call in additional experts.
And in case you were wondering, Michael was a Mac guy. All 16 computers were Macs.