Michael is a smart guy, you're a smart guy, do you expect him to cheat in front of the world without acting? Without trying to show urgency?
Again, check the line he takes into the corner & his steering wheel movement towards the wall. He cheated and I'm extremely surprised there are people who are defending him.
Does that include forcing the wheel as hard as he can with 2 hands to the right trying to miss the wall at the end does it?
Here's what actually happened, the rears locked, he got very sideways, correction on, car straightens up, turns right again on the marbles, feels tail start to move again, corrects for a bare moment but no slide happens, turns full right again but has run out of room.
The killer for you is the force he used with his left hand at the very end instinctively trying to get that wheel that was on the lock stops around even further around when that wall was drawing in.
I have an interesting idea, I know a body language expert (police force) here who doesn't understand English and wouldn't know FA about F1 and nothing about this incident - I might see if I can arrange for him to watch the interviews and make a judgement.
FWIW I am not a big Senna fan but I have defended him from the moment he and Prost connected at Japan (the first time, both McLarens) - because he was not at fault and nothing to do with idol'ism.