A months-long RadarOnline.com investigation has uncovered how the FBI was accused of hiding evidence of the Michael Jackson's depravity and a "smoking gun" account of his abuse of a cancer-riddled 13 year old boy!
The King of Pop's corpse is set to be ripped from its crypt to prove he was a serial molester who abused prepubescent, disabled and terminally ill children over three decades.
It's believed the ill teen was molested after the singer plied him with booze and showed him pornography.
Radar has learned exclusively the victim's brother — who witnessed the depravities — is preparing to come forward.
"He's ready to file a 50-page affidavit detailing the incident," a source close to the case said. "His testimony will be one of the smoking guns in the new Jackson investigation!"
But the alleged victim isn't the only one, claims a source. "He was abusing dozens of children who were shipped to his Neverland ranch — including kids in wheelchairs and children suffering from terminal diseases as young as seven."
"Jackson's home was a pedophile's paradise masquerading as a theme park! He started far earlier than people think — in his late teens, so his abuses go back more than 30 years and may involve thousands of victims!"
Another source told Radar: "Many victims and those campaigning to uncover the truth believe the key to proving the extent of Jackson's abuse lies in digging up his remains and scraping it for DNA."
As Radar previously reported exclusively, an army of shell-shocked victims is gathering to demand the superstar's body be exhumed — and examined for DNA clawed from their bodies during horrific sexual assaults!
"There are at least 11 new victims who claim they were molested and even raped by Jackson when they were between the ages of seven and 14 — and the list is growing," said an insider.
"DNA samples taken from his remains could prove they're telling the truth!"
Forensic investigators told Radar that traces of skin and nails from Jacko's victims will remain on his body.
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