ED BRADLEY: What was going through your mind when you're taken into a police station, in handcuffs, to have a mug shot taken, that you know is gonna be shown around the world? MICHAEL JACKSON: They did it to try and belittle me, to try and to take away my pride. But I went through the whole system with them. And at the end, I â I wanted the public to know that I was okay, even though I was hurting. EB: What happened when they arrested you? What did they do to you? MJ: They were supposed to go in, and just check fingerprints, and do the whole thing that they do when they take somebody in. They manhandled me very roughly. My shoulder is dislocated, literally. It's hurting me very badly. I'm in pain all the time. This is, see this arm? This is as far as I can reach it. Same with this side over here. EB: Because of what happened at the police station? MJ: Yeah. Yeah. At the police station. And what they did to me â if you â if you saw what they did to my arms â it was very bad what they did. It's very swollen. I don't wanna say. You'll see. You'll see. We were given a photograph, said to be taken after Michael Jackson was released on bail. Jackson says the swelling above his wrist is where the police handcuffed him. EB: How did they do it? I mean, what, physically, what did they do? MJ: With the handcuffs, the way they tied 'em too tight behind my back â EB: Behind your back? MJ: Yeah. And putting it, they put it in a certain position, knowing that it's going to hurt, and affect my back. Now I can't move. Iâ Iâ it keeps me from sleeping at night. I can't sleep at night. And Jackson says there was more: MJ: Then one time, I asked to use the restroom. And they said, "Sure, it's right around the corner there." Once I went in the restroom, they locked me in there for like 45 minutes. There was doo doo, feces thrown all over the walls, the floor, the ceiling. And it stunk so bad. Then one of the policemen came by the window. And he made a sarcastic remark. He said, "Smell â does it smell good enough for you in there? How do you like the smell? Is it good?" And I just simply said, "It's alright. It's okay." So, I just sat there, and waited. EB: For 45 minutes? MJ: Yeah, for 45 minutes. About 45 minutes. And then â then one cop would â come by, and say, "Oh, you'll be out in â in a second. You'll be out in a second." Then there would be another 10 minutes added on, then another 15 minutes added on. They did this on purpose. EB: How did you feel when they went into Neverland, I mean, with a search warrant? I mean, what were they looking for? What did they take? MJ: My room is a complete wreck. My workers told me. They said, "Michael, don't go in your room." They were crying on the phone, my employees. They said, "If you saw your room, you would cry." I have stairs that go up to my bed. And they said, "You can't even get up the stairs. The room is totally trashed." And they had 80 policemen in this room, 80 policemen in one bedroom. That's really overdoing it. They took knives, and cut open my mattresses with knives. Câ just cut everything open. EB: Didâ did they take anything from Neverland? MJ: Aâ I'm not sure what they took. They never gave me a list. EB: But you're saying that they destroyed your property? MJ: Yes, they did. And then they, what they did was they made everybody that work at the property, they locked everybody out of the house. They had the whole house to themselves to do whatever they wanted. And â they totally took advantage. They went into areas they weren't supposed to go into â like my office. They didn't have search warrants for those places. And they totally took advantage. And the room is a total, total wreck, they told me. I don't think I wanna see it. I'm not ready to see it yet. EB: So, you haven't been back there? MJ: I've been back there. But not in my bedroom. I won't live there ever again. I'll visit Neverland. It's a house now. It's not a home anymore. I'll only visit thereâ¦ What time is it? Cause I'm hurting. You know what? I'mâ I'm hurting. I have to go pretty soon anyway. Yeah. Okay. I don't feel good.