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I tracked Gutierrez down in Chile, where he had moved after losing a slander case brought by Michael Jackson and declaring bankruptcy before his book could be published. Gutierrez had gone on Hard Copy and said he had seen a videotape of Michael Jackson having sex with a minor. He could not produce the tape, and he unsuccessfully invoked California's shield law protecting journalists from having to reveal their sources.

Jackson has been sued a number of times in complaints relating to the Chandler case. Several former bodyguards at Neverland alleged that they had been dismissed for knowing too much about Jackson's activities with under-age boys. In his deposition for that case, Jackson did take the Fifth. Jordie Chandler's father and uncle sued after the Diane Sawyer interview, alleging that Jackson had breached the terms of the settlement by declaring his innocence. Jordie's stepfather also sued, alleging that Jackson had destroyed his family. Jackson's lawyers succeeded in getting all the suits dismissed.

Jackson doesn't let much go by, but he has never sued over Gutierrez's minutely detailed book, which took four years to research and contains shocking, utterly scatological details about Michael Jackson, including his bizarre use of tampons and enemas. It also names a number of under-age boys with whom he allegedly had sexual contact.

The sources close to the prosecution I interviewed for this article were all familiar with the book and believed it was an essentially accurate portrayal of Jackson's relationship with Jordie Chandler. The book—which no U. Two prosecution sources told me they had heard that Michael Jackson had people go around and buy up all the available copies.

Gutierrez describes a passionate love affair and numerous sexual trysts of Jackson and the boy, day by day, week by week. The book quotes former employees who corroborate details of Jackson's allegedly illicit behavior, and who also spoke to the authorities. It is heavily illustrated with fragments of official documents from the case as well as pictures of Jordie, the room where he and Jackson slept together, even his report card There is also Jordie's description of Jackson's genitals and distinguishing marks, and mention of three-way sex with a second boy.

At one point, according to the book, when Jordie saw Jackson's mottled testicles, he told him, "You look like a cow! Gutierrez paints a damning picture of Jordie Chandler's family, telling how his divorced parents continually turned a blind eye on the obviously sexual nature of Jackson's relationship with their son. His father began to negotiate for money from Jackson even after a psychiatrist had told him he had "already lost" his son.

Gutierrez concludes, "Jackson's sexual conduct with Jordie was not the error that brought Jackson down. His error was underestimating Evan [Jordie's father], who turned out to be a vocal and aggressive negotiator, in contrast to the other parents, who acquiesced, exchanging silence for houses, luxury vehicles and a few hundred thousand dollars. Graphic details of what allegedly went on sexually between Jackson and Jordie Chandler are also described in an affidavit I found in the records of the Santa Maria courthouse complex, given by Sergeant Deborah Linden, then a deputy sheriff for Santa Barbara County, now the police chief of San Luis Obispo, California.

She specialized in sex crimes and cited interviews with both Jordie and his father: "Jordan stated that Jackson told him that if Jordan ever told anyone about the molests, Jordan would be placed in Juvenile Hall and both Jordan and Jackson would be in trouble. Jordan said that Jackson told him he did this with other boys; however, Jackson said that 'he didn't go as far with them.

The affidavit also provides many details about Michael Jackson's skin condition and confirms what Gutierrez says the maid Blanca Francia told him. According to the affidavit, "Jackson told Ms. Francia that he bleaches his skin because he does not like being black and he feels that blacks are not liked as much as people of other races. According to the affidavit, Jackson used a powerful bleaching cream, Benoquin. Referring to Francia, it goes on: "Jackson also used tape to peel loose skin off his face and he would apply baby oil to his skin….

Francia was not aware of Jackson having a skin disease. Sergeant Linden served search warrants on Jackson's celebrity dermatologist, Dr. Arnold Klein, and his controversial plastic surgeon, Dr. Steven Hoefflin—known for doing Playboy Playmates' breasts—to secure Jackson's medical records. Linden found, however, that the records had recently been removed, and neither the doctors nor Klein's attorney would reveal where they were. As a result, Klein was subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury in Santa Barbara County.

Subsequently he did make himself and his assistant available for depositions. Klein's assistant, it turns out, was Debbie Rowe, Jackson's future wife and the woman who carried his two oldest children. At the time, according to sources formerly close to Jackson, Rowe was known mostly as a "biker babe.

Rowe told authorities that she and Klein flew around the world to minister to Jackson. She gave him massages and rubdowns and was familiar with his body, so she could identify any markings on his buttocks the descriptions of which have been deleted in the copy of the affidavit I found.

Jackson's scalp had been badly burned when his hair caught on fire during the filming of a Pepsi commercial in According to the affidavit, "A biopsy of Jackson's scalp revealed that Jackson has Lupus, an auto-immune disease which causes hyperpigmentation or hypopigmentation darkening or lightening of the skin. At the time Jackson's hair caught fire, he began using painkillers, which have led to his having to go through detox more than once. Klein also diagnosed Jackson as having vitiligo and acne. Klein diagnosed Michael Jackson as having Discoid Lupus on his face and scalp and as a result, Jackson must avoid all sun exposure.

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Klein that he had gotten Benoquin on his genitals and it burned. Klein told Jackson not to put Benoquin on his genitals. According to medical professionals, if too many blood vessels are cauterized in the face, and blood is prevented from flowing to the skin, the skin can turn black and eventually wither away or fall off. Body dysmorphic disorder is the name of the psychological disturbance of people who become obsessed with how they look, and lose perception of how they are perceived by others. Tina Alster, a nationally recognized dermatologist in Washington, D.

I get a number of these people, and I send them to someone for psychological evaluation. Michael Jackson is an extreme and very public example. Michael Jackson wants to be seen as "Walt Disney, Mozart, Elvis Presley, and you've got to throw Fred Astaire in there, too," a man very familiar with the pop star's world told me, adding, "'The rules that apply to the common folk do not apply to me.

I can get away with whatever I want to because I am Michael Jackson. I not only walk forward, but I can walk backward as well. The informed source says that Jackson thinks, "They don't understand me—the genius. They don't give me my due, because I'm black, so maybe I'll try to become white. For example, there was the press release last spring that he was creating Neverland Pictures, and that his partner would be Indian movie producer Raju Patel.

There had been two film-company ventures before that, yet not one film has been produced. In , it was announced that Jackson would star as the poet of horror in The Nightmare of Edgar Allan Poe, but so far there are no plans for production. Jackson also proposed plans to construct a giant resort near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and a huge "Majestic Kingdom" theme park with a botanical garden and a nightclub in Detroit.

Then there were his plans to aid in the marketing of a soft drink named Mystery and to buy the British royal family's yacht, Britannia. Kingdom Entertainment, Jackson's partnership announced in Paris with Saudi prince al-Waleed bin Talal, was to be a "family values" global entertainment empire, including a theme-park home for all the British cattle afflicted with mad-cow disease.

Just 20 miles away would be a sort of Polish Graceland, on an island in a lake, where the new king would reside in a Baroque castle, which was being overseen by the director of Warsaw's Royal Gardens, who, according to The Guardian, "is ready to believe the account of Jackson's aides, that the child abuse allegations were the work of an American religious sect enacting revenge for his refusal to sign up. Some journalists have openly ridiculed the never-ending string of press releases.

In May , Tim Nelson of the St. Every one! Coming soon to a vacant lot near you! Then there are the strategic friendships Jackson has so carefully cultivated, starting with the paranormalist Uri Geller, who taught Jackson the fine points of telekinesis. They met through that other fellow devotee of children's charities Mohamed Fayed, the chairman of Harrods in London, who believes that the C.

Boteach, currently based in New York and no longer welcome in Oxford or reportedly able to conduct services in British synagogues, recently defended Jackson in the wake of the baby-dangling. Liza Minnelli's latest husband, David Gest, has known Jackson since they were children, and Jackson and his greatest pal, Elizabeth Taylor, were at the altar in March as a best man and a maid of honor at the Minnelli-Gest wedding, which featured 13 bridesmaids in black.

Gutierrez relates in his book an anecdote told by Jordie's father of how Taylor once climbed onto a hospital bed next to Jackson's and threw a tantrum in order to get the painkillers she demanded. In various court papers there are references to Jackson's exorbitant medical expenses. In addition to the Avram case, Jackson is currently being sued by two former employees, Myung-Ho Lee, who has a company called Union Finance Investment, and who managed Jackson's finances from to , and Kathleen A.

Kelly, an investment banker who in went to work for Jackson International, the company formed to make deals and investments for the pop star. Both charge that Jackson stiffed them. Jackson used Plaintiffs' money to sustain his extravagant and bizarre habits. Jackson never intended to put his business and personal affairs in order, but instead wished to continue to spend well beyond his means and to retain and take advice from charlatans and hangers-on.

My client saves his life and gets him all this new financing. But when it comes time to pay him, he practically denies even knowing him. After failing to come up with the payment, Jackson tried to renege on the sale, because, according to his people, the purchase "no longer fits into Michael Jackson's collection. Jackson tried to return the watch, which, the jeweler said, came back with scratches and food particles on it.

Orgell refused to accept it. A year later, in June , Orgell's lawyers announced that the case was settled. The very next day Jackson reportedly used the watch as collateral for yet another loan from the Bank of America. The Beatles songs are immensely profitable, but I am told that the others are less so, largely because of Sony's high administration costs. Sony guaranteed the bank loan, but the company has the sole right to buy Jackson's share should Jackson ever default on the loan, which comes due in about three years.

That means Jackson cannot shop around for the highest bidder, and he must submit to an accounting with Sony at a date arranged by him and the recording company. The accountings of record companies have been a particularly volatile subject with artists since the industry began, and Sony has steadily been acquiring other song catalogues of which Jackson owns half. As huge as those figures seem, however, if Jackson were ever forced to sell his half, he would likely have to pay enormous capital-gains taxes.

But the valuable catalogue is only part of the financial story of Michael Jackson and Sony. Jackson took three years to produce his latest album, Invincible, which was released in October and has sold two million copies domestically, according to SoundScan, and four million abroad—a very respectable number, but far short of the hoped-for profitability, owing to the enormous costs involved in producing it. Everything seems to indicate that Sony wants out. Jackson's financial woes with Sony may help explain his amazing protest last summer outside Sony headquarters in New York with the Reverend Al Sharpton, when he accused then Sony chairman Tommy Mottola of being racist.

Jackson claimed that Sony had not done enough to promote Invincible and was giving him short shrift because he was black. Sony suspected that what Jackson really wanted was to be let off the hook for the record's production costs, among other things, and the company was able to hit back hard, because Mottola not only had a reputation for being close to a number of hip-hop artists but also had been married to Mariah Carey, who is part black. A Sony executive quoted in the New York Daily News suggested that Jackson's career had been derailed by the sex-abuse charges and that he was incapable of taking responsibility for his own shortcomings.

You have to blame someone? You blame your record company. This past January, however, Tommy Mottola was out as Sony chairman. Like all of the Chandler novels so far, The Little Sister has a plot that is once again overly convoluted and overly complex, but Chandler is in rare form here, having Marlowe spill his guts about the city, his job, the I love this series. Like all of the Chandler novels so far, The Little Sister has a plot that is once again overly convoluted and overly complex, but Chandler is in rare form here, having Marlowe spill his guts about the city, his job, the people and even the state of California.

Marlowe is back in Cahuenga "stalking the bluebottle fly" that's been buzzing around him for a while, when in walks Orfamay Quest, of whom Marlowe notes "nobody ever looked less like Lady Macbeth. He came to Bay City a year earlier, and the last Orfamay and her mother heard from him was several months earlier. Now they're worried about him. Marlowe starts his search for Orrin at his last known address, and once again, our hero finds himself heading down the usual tangential road into a case that puts him smack into the glitz, glitter, and moral ugliness of Hollywood, a killer with a penchant for icepicks, corrupt cops, drugs and blackmail.

It also leaves Marlowe feeling very, very low. Once again, Chandler's descriptions of Los Angeles are at peak form, both positive and negative. Marlowe reflects and waxes melancholy on the case, Hollywood, the city and himself, with Marlowe at his most somber state of all of the novels so far. But, while the plot is once again complex enough to keep a file on who's who, how they're connected, etc. I also found myself for the first time in the series feeling sorry for the guy. I cannot speak highly enough of these novels -- they are some of the most literary crime novels ever written.

Feb 22, Quentin Wallace rated it liked it. This one had my head spinning. I have read some of Chandler's short stories before, but I believe this was the first novel I'd read from him.

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The plot was a little too complex and convoluted for me, as by the time it was over I was just glad to be done. It started out interesting enough, and of course it's very well written hard-boiled fiction. I just lost track of the many characters and their motivations. Phillip Marlowe is the quintessential private eye, and a great character. Really, all of This one had my head spinning. Really, all of the characters were great, I just couldn't keep up with them. If you are a fan of complex murder mysteries in a noir setting, you'll probably love this one.

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I still want to read more of Chandler's work even if this one wasn't exactly my cup of tea. May 21, Greg rated it really liked it Shelves: reviewed , 20th-century , midth-century-american-crime , hard-boiled-private-eye. But here, the plot is linear, makes sense, has great clues and red herrings, has a good series of investigations, and has an ambiguous ending: you just can't keep the girl in Kansas after she's been chasing her own Oscar in Hollywood. I've now read all 7 of Chandler's novels, PLUS I've read "The Annotated Big Sleep" and that book added so much to my understanding of Chandler, a very flawed, very odd, often flat-out exhausted, close to dementia at times character.

Chandler writes in "Annotated Big Sleep' he wanted to 'burlesque' his novels: I'd say that yes, he did indeed. He imitated Hammett extensively nothing wrong with imitating one of the greats and his intention was often a parody of the entire genre. To me, that's exactly what he did with 5 of his novels, but not this one or "Lady in the Lake. It is a reasonably shabby door at the end of a reasonably shabby corridor But this novel IS about Hollywood, and after finishing this very good Hollywood story, the script-like opening simply works perfectly.

After all, this IS to be a script, and is filmed. PLOT I'll quote from the back book blurb: "A movie starlet with a gangster boyfriend and a pair of siblings with a shared secret lure Marlowe into the less than glamorous and more than a little dangerous world of Hollywood fame.

What name does your sister Leila use in pictures? Oh you mean motion pictures. Why I never said she was in pictures. I never said anything like that. Orfamy: "You leave my sister Leila out of your dirty remarks. Or should I try go guess? Orfamy screaming : "All you think about is liquor and women. I hate you! More movie stars. More pinkd and blue bathtubs. More tufted beds.

More Chanel No. More wind-blown hair and sunglasses and attitudes And Hollywood CAN be kind, yes,to the truly talented You're not human tonight. Maybe we all get like this in the cold half-lit world where always the wrong thing happens and never the right. Red herring? I kept trying to descrable Offamy's name and Lester B Clausen as in 'be' a 'Clausen pickle is murdered with an ice pick, which is a perfect way to pull a pickle from a pickle jar. More fun and games from Chandler.

No one if they want to draw money. And of course there is a Miss Gonzalez VERY good cast! Oh, and I almost forgot Beifus who supplies us with a very typical Chandler line directed toward Marlowe: "Maybe I'm a queer, but for me you don't have no more sex appeal than a turtle. Everything Chandler has to say about Hollywood rings absolutely true. By the time this novel was published, Chandler was writing screenplays. He had the inside scoop, the dirt.

And he lays it on the line in this book. Again, this is my favorite Chandler novel. He knows Hollywood, lives Hollywood, and delivers a complicated plot that comes to a perfect conclusion. If you only read one Chandler book, I reccomend this one: it's close to a crime masterpiece. View 2 comments. Number 5 in Chandler's Philip Marlowe series, and a strong novel this one. It has the usual smart-mouth Marlowe with his low opinion of himself, with his clever thoughts and the complexity of a story he takes time to work out.

One of the things I love about Marlowe is how he gets it wrong, or realises too late as he sinks to the ground, usually , but comes back strong. In this story, Marlowe's client - She was a small, neat, rather prissy-looking girl with primly smooth brown hair and rimless gl Number 5 in Chandler's Philip Marlowe series, and a strong novel this one.

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In this story, Marlowe's client - She was a small, neat, rather prissy-looking girl with primly smooth brown hair and rimless glasses. Marlowe checks out his accommodation, and is immediately on the back foot after the man he spoke to before heading upstairs is dead when he comes back down. In this novel Marlowe's relationship with the cops it tested, and he has to tread his fine line. We spend our lives turning over dirty underwear and sniffing rotten teeth.

So we lie awake in the dark in a cheap house on a cheap street and listen to the drunks down the block having fun. And just about the time we drop off the phone rings and we get up and start all over again. Nothing we do is right, not ever.


Not once. If we get a confession, we beat it out of the guy, they say, and some shyster calls us Gestapo in court and sneers at us when we muddle our grammar. If we make a mistake they put us back in uniform on Skid Row and we spend the nice cool summer evenings picking drunks out of the gutter and being yelled at by whores and taking knives away from greaseballs in zoot suits. We got to have you. His face glistened a little as if with sweat. He leaned forward from his hips. He straightened up. Go read it after book - although that isn't strictly required.

Jan 14, Carla Remy rated it really liked it Shelves: noir-hardboiled-crime. This is going to be a very unpopular statement: I don't think Raymond Chandler is an amazing writer. Okay, fine, I think he's a good writer. But not amazing. I think he's loud, so many similes, comparisons, poetry. Uneven some of his books I really like, some I don't.

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View all 14 comments. It all starts in a seemingly harmless way when Orfamay Quest, a rather prim-looking, mousy young woman asks him to find out the whereabouts of her brother Orrin. Marlowe, in a strange way fascinated and simultaneously revolted by the demure and holier-than-thou Orfamay Marlowe Is Back Again, but in a Rather Bad Mood In , after a spell of almost six years, Raymond Chandler had his hero Philip Marlowe re-enter the stage in The Little Sister , a weird case of multiple blackmailing and mob murder. Marlowe, in a strange way fascinated and simultaneously revolted by the demure and holier-than-thou Orfamay, accepts the case, and he soon finds hints that Orrin tried to make some money by blackmailing an infamous gangster.

His composed grey face was long enough to wrap twice around his neck. Let there be somebody to call up and plug me into the human race again. Even a cop. Even a Maglashan. Nobody has to like me. I just want to get off this frozen star. The whole of chapter 13, for instance, is devoted to running down city-life and its squalid, money-oriented rules and conventions. Later, Marlowe will go on and on about a fat man who insulted him for not driving fast enough, and take this as an example of what Los Angeles has come to.

From this he took one of a number of short thin malacca canes. He began to walk up and down the carpet, swinging the cane deftly past his shoe. I sat down again and killed my cigarette and took a deep breath. He made a neat turn and glanced at me. Yet they do pay them, sometimes over and over and over again. And in the end are just where they started. If you see a glamour star on the screen in a position of great danger, you fear for her with one part of your mind, the emotional part.

Notwithstanding that, your reasoning mind knows that she is the star of the picture and nothing very bad is going to happen to her. Yet another fantastic Raymond Chandler book!! This time Marlow goes into Hollywood and we get his take on the the movie business in the late 's. His prose is top notch and one of a kind. I marvel at the consistency of the writing and constantly colorful analogies and metaphors. One of my all time favorite writers. The Little Sister deals with a young woman who is trying to find her brother and of course Marlow is hired to do the job.

He works his way through a labyrinth of high life sleaze tr Yet another fantastic Raymond Chandler book!! He works his way through a labyrinth of high life sleaze trying to get to the bottom of it all. It kept me on edge throughout not really being able to put it all together until the very end.

I also got a kick out of all the drug dealers, guys selling "reefer sticks". It was interesting to see the view of marijuana, especially with all the "legalize it" campaigns in our modern world. There's some great lines from one of the coppers about how everybody hates them and how no one appreciates them, much like someone might hear now a days.

The story is great but I really love about Chandler is his rightfully cynical view of a corrupt world. The dames are bad, store owners are bad, the coppers are bad, no one is all good, just like in the real world. Each chapter not only propels the story but gives a person something to think about. Sometimes some ideas that I found quite heavy. Marlow seems to be looking for love but deep down, he knows he'll never find it.

This helps keep him from letting the dames take advantage of him. I'll wait a while to read "Playbook" because it's the only Chandler book I haven't read. I want to savor the one I just read. Its kind of a bummer that he wrote so few. But much like Marlow, I'll just have to be happy with what I've got. I like the way Raymond Chandler writes--his books have an easy flow, and every so often you run into a great simile, like "The smell of old dust hung in the air as flat and stale as a football interview," or "She jerked away from me like a startled fawn might, if I had a startled fawn and it jerked away from me.

I read two summaries of the plot after I'd finish I like the way Raymond Chandler writes--his books have an easy flow, and every so often you run into a great simile, like "The smell of old dust hung in the air as flat and stale as a football interview," or "She jerked away from me like a startled fawn might, if I had a startled fawn and it jerked away from me.

I read two summaries of the plot after I'd finished this book, and neither agreed with me or each other as to the motivations of the killings--or even who did what to whom when and why. This is thematic in Chandler. This is another thing I have to overlook to enjoy him. All these problems are much easier to overlook in The Long Goodbye.

Next time, I'll reread that. Or read Dashiell Hammett instead. Jul 30, Ed rated it really liked it. Rambling plot sometimes hard to follow, BUT the P. Marlowe bittersweet voice teems throughout. Famous metaphors work well. The wrap-up is pretty decent.

This book skewers the Hollywood glitterati. Dec 16, Jeanette rated it liked it. Everything else of mixed composite overcame the core. And this one was super mean in tone. To a point that didn't make sense to me. Because this has some excellent phrasing and even within the overblown dialect of snark they stand out, it is more toward a 4 star. But Hollywood is so distasteful and the characters so mucky in this one that it was a 3 for me.

This book's 3 star rating is downgraded an entire star for the plot muddle. Too many characters of stereotype old Hollywood loaded each and every one with a superficial gloss coating the stinky corruption; it is just not all that interesting to me. Hollywood's movie industry just seems too phony for me in any age, regardless; it just murders my interest of depth to embed in the characters. Aug 20, Cathy DuPont rated it really liked it Recommends it for: noir fans, hard boiled fans. Turn left; now go 3. That was how this hard-boiled noir classic read for me from about half way through to the end.

It was a very complex novel but an excellent example of my favorite genre from one of my favorite writers a Turn left; now go 3. It was a very complex novel but an excellent example of my favorite genre from one of my favorite writers and the creator of noir, Raymond Chandler. I had the fly swatter poised in midair and I was all set. Famous for providing vivid color in words, in this book Chandler zeros in on the underbelly of Hollywood including thugs, starlets and cops who will do just about anything to close a case. Some cops anyhow. My mouth had too many teeth in it.

It was a very cold day. The race got cut short due to an engine blow out. In the end, The Chandler School held onto the championship for another year. It was the Chumpianship Chump Cars. We raced with the Blue Fox and the Miata. The race was extra special because the students had the privilege of meeting the owner, George W. Teacher preparation programs continue to ignore the sound science behind how people become readers.

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January 5 — Good times with static electricity in Science class. October 19, Dr. Laura came to visit us from her usual post as a chemistry professor at NC State. October 26, The F and G groups invited Grandparents and special friends to come see what they do…. October 25, After a science unit on rocks, minerals, and fossils, the E group went to Hendersonville, NC to see some for themselves. October 31, Halloween brought out many various characters at The Chandler School- kids, staff, and dogs all got in on the fun.

September Town Hall Meeting. Table Rock Trip: August Sept. Camp Pirate was a huge success. Savannah, May 1 — 4, A trip to Savannah brought opportunities for everything from kayaking to shooting cannons. Savannah 2, May 8th — 12th, Many great things happened on this trip: fishing, kayaking, and bike riding.

Backyard Bash, April 22, Parents, students, relatives, teachers, neighbors, and interested visitors gathered to celebrate Spring and The Chandler School. Cleanup, April 1, , Students, parents, sisters, brothers, and staff came together on a Saturday morning and gave hours of hard work to make The Chandler School even more spectacular. Daytona, March 31 — April 2, ACE students were not only enthusiastic spectators, but actually worked as the pit crew for the Chandler School race cars. Gem Mining, March, After learning all about rocks and fossils, we went to NC to find some for ourselves.

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