Corey Feldman Told Cops the Names of Abusers, It Was Recorded & Police Did Nothing

Thursday, October 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

As a secret recording shows, police in California have long known the names of Corey Feldman’s abusers and they chose to never act.

By Matt Agorist
TheFreeThoughtProject.com
October 26, 2017

Hollywood, CA — “Just name the abusers already!” “Why don’t you name these people?” “You are protecting them by not naming them!” These are just some of the comments currently being hurled at Corey Feldman and others who’ve come forward with their allegations of sexual abuse by predators in Hollywood. While naming names makes perfect sense on the surface, as the example below illustrates, it’s often an exercise in futility.

Corey Feldman did name names. He told the police in 1993 and they did nothing.

Yesterday, Feldman launched a campaign to raise money to expose the monsters who abused him as a child. Immediately after he asked for money, some folks on the internet lashed out claiming that Feldman is simply trying to grab cash. These folks claimed that Feldman should just name his abusers and bring them down instead of wasting money on a movie.

However, it is not that simple. In 1993, Feldman did name his abusers. He told the police he was molested. He told them who molested him and they did nothing because they were too focused on trying to find dirt on Michael Jackson.

During the 1993 accusations against Michael Jackson by Jordy Chandler and his family, police were so focused on Jackson that they ignored Feldman’s bombshell admission and information.

This admission was even recorded by police. However, when it was publicly released by the Hollywood tabloid RadarOnline.com, the names Feldman gave were scrubbed from the audio.

As Radar noted at the time, shockingly, Feldman actually named his alleged abusers — we have excluded them from the excerpt — but the detectives expressed little interest in investigating the monsters, instead lasering in on the “King Of Pop” instead.

“I know what it’s like to go through those feelings and believe me, the person who molested me, if this was him that did that to me, this would be a different story,” Feldman told Sgt. Deborah Linden and Detective Russ Birchim.

“I would be out there, up front, doing something immediately to have this man given what was due to him.”

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