The FBI released files relating to Michael Jackson Tuesday.
In the hundreds of pages which detail the various investigations of child molestation by the late singer is a file dedicated to the investigation of a man who made death threats against Jackson and then president George W. Bush.
In hand written letters the man, revealed to be Frank Paul Jones, threatens to kill Jackson and George W Bush unless he receives money from the renown mobster John Paul Gotti.
Jones appears to be obsessed with a woman, whose name has been redacted, and is making these threats to get her attention.
In one letter he says "I decided that because nobody is taking me serious, and I can't handle my state of mind, I am going to Washington DC to threaten to kill the President of the United States, George Bush."
In a letter to the Daily Post he writes, "I told you what will happen to John Gotti if he doesn't pay up. Michael I will personally attempt to kill if he doesn't pay me my money."
And with an insight into his lonely, sad life Jones writes in another letter, "I'm 33 years old and never had a real relationship in my life. I
can't even slow dance."
Jones was arrested on May 22, 1992 outside the White House. He was released on June 4, 1992, and one day later made threats to kill Jackson.