Security Heightens at Sundance With Protests Over Michael Jackson Documentary

January 25, 2019

There is a heightened police presence as bomb-sniffing dogs hit the streets at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. Cops are responding to potential disruption by protesters at the world premiere of a documentary investigating child abuse claims against the late Michael Jackson, who died in 2009. Their primary concern is an incident that occurred inside the theater during the screening. The film focuses on two Jackson accusers, including James Safechuck, who starred in commercials with the singer.

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