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Talking With Larry Nimmer

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Rev Dr Catherine M Gross

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Larry Nimmer has been a TV News Producer for San Francisco, KPIX-TV. He has produced music videos for MTV, documentaries on PBS and a range of other programs for broadcast and cable networks. Larry has received a multitude of awards, as well as numerous Emmy nominations. He has been the epitome of excellence for more than 30 years, and he always brings us something new!

Most of us know Larry Nimmer because of his dynamic documentary, “Michael Jackson: The Untold Story of Neverland”. What impressed me is the effect that Mr. Nimmer’s movie has had on the viewers. More often than not, we will ask each other, “Did you see the movie? How was it” Larry has only received the highest reviews.

This is only a portion of a comment left for Larry about his documentary;

“This documentary serves as an excellent visual aid to understanding the false allegations made against Mr. Jackson during his 2005 trial. It exposes the Arvizo family what they truly are. These allegations were only made after Michael learned from Chris Tucker and Jay Leno that this was a family he needed to steer clear of and Michael began to distance himself from them. This is an excellent insightful piece on understanding how easily someone can be falsely accused and how the media will do anything (I mean ANYTHING) to increase their ratings! Michael Jackson once said "lies run sprints...but TRUTH runs marathons." In the long run, the whole world hopefully will know the truth behind these allegations and Tom Sneddon. Also, it gives a brief glimpse into the false allegations in 1993 which were made after Mr. Jackson refused to invest $20,000,000 into the boy's father's movie script which was briefly reported on CNN years ago but of course it didn't get 24 hour coverage like the sensationalism does.
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