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Old 07-30-2009, 06:48 PM
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Michael Jackson used 19 alias' to secure narcotics from various doctors.

This doesn't necessarily mean that he had 19 doctors.

However, the many doctors who prescribed narcotics to Jackson's alias' undoubtedly knew they were prescribing them to Jackson.

The alias' are a cover for both Jackson and his doctors.

Unless, of course, Jackson visited the offices of his various doctors wearing a disguise and they were to DUMB to know it was him.



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Old 07-30-2009, 08:07 PM
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What person, in their RIGHT MIND, would want to be injected with a DRUG that causes one to become unconscious because they're having a difficult time sleeping?

What?

A sleeping pill wasn't good enough for Jackson?

He required an injection of a DRUG that is used in hospitals by anesthesiologists during surgeries and unobtainable through a prescription and/or pharmacy?

Which hospital(s)/anesthesiologists provided this DRUG to the various doctors who injected Jackson with it?
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Old 07-30-2009, 09:45 PM
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Kindly inform US from where Dr. Murray obtained the drug propofol that he his accused of injecting into Michael Jackson and causing his death.

This anesthetic cannot be obtained from a pharmacy.

It can only be secured from a hospital.

So, which hospital(s) provided Dr. Murray with this anesthetic?

Did Dr. Murray just walk into a hospital and steal it?

Which hospital(s) aided in supplying Dr. Murray with the drug PROPOFOL?

Warrants for Jackson's doc call singer 'addict' - Yahoo! News

Warrants for Jackson's doc call singer 'addict'

AP – FILE - In this July 7, 2006 file photo, Dr. Conrad Murray poses for a photo as he opens the Acres Homes …

Reuters By THOMAS WATKINS, Associated Press Writer Thomas Watkins,

Associated Press Writer – 1 hr 19 mins ago

LOS ANGELES – Authorities investigating Michael Jackson's death referred to him as an "addict" and were seeking evidence related to the powerful anesthetic propofol, according to search warrants released Thursday.

The documents show investigators have cause to believe several California Business and Professions codes had been broken, including "excessive prescribing," a misdemeanor punishable by a fine or imprisonment for up to
180 days.

Los Angeles police and federal Drug Enforcement Administration agents spent much of Tuesday at the Las Vegas home and business of Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray, who is the focus of a manslaughter investigation. The raids sought evidence supporting that charge, as well as code violations, including "prescribing to an addict" and "unprofessional conduct."

The state codes cover all prescribing professionals, including doctors and dentists, and violations could lead to a revoked or suspended license, said Kimberly Kirchmeyer, deputy director of the Medical Board of California. The codes state a physician cannot prescribe drugs to anyone with a chemical dependency or who is using the drugs for non-therapeutic purposes; they define an addict as someone who continues to use a drug despite harm, shows compulsive use or has impaired control over use.

The warrants, which had been sealed when the searches were conducted, also said investigators wanted all documentation relating to the "purchase, transfer, receiving, ordering, delivery and storage of propofol."

A law enforcement official earlier told The Associated Press that on the day Jackson died Murray gave him propofol to help him sleep and that investigators are working under the theory the anesthetic caused Jackson's heart to stop. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing.

A cause of death has yet to be announced. The Los Angeles County coroner has twice said toxicology findings on Jackson were imminent but after meeting Thursday with investigators Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter announced an indefinite delay. Winter said further investigation needs to be done; he did not go into detail.

Propofol, dubbed "milk of amnesia," is commonly used for surgeries and is not meant as a sleep agent or to be given in private homes. Because of its potency, only trained anesthesia professionals are supposed to administer it and patients are to be monitored at all times.

Murray, a cardiologist, has spoken to police but not commented publicly since Jackson died June 25. His attorney, Edward Chernoff, did not comment Thursday, but has previously said the doctor did not prescribe anything that "should have" killed Jackson.

Jackson was given anesthesia for numerous medical procedures over the years and had a long history of prescription drug use.

Search warrants issued last week in Houston allowed authorities to search Murray's clinic and a storage unit. They were the first public acknowledgment that investigators consider Jackson's death a possible manslaughter and that Murray is the target of the investigation.

The Las Vegas warrants were far more detailed and authorized authorities to look for medical and other records related to Jackson or any of the apparent 19 aliases he used, including the names Omar Arnold, Josephine Baker, Paul Farance, Jack London and Michael Amir Williams Muhammad.

Among the items seized in the Vegas searches were an iPhone, copies of several computer hard drives, a CD with the name Omar Arnold on it and a binder containing invoices for medical equipment and supplies. No propofol was found.

The warrant also shows investigators are seeking correspondence from seven doctors it names. One, Dr. Allan Metzger of Los Angeles, is an internist and rheumatologist who had a close relationship with Jackson beginning in 2002 and was godfather to one of the singer's children, said his attorney, Harland Braun.

Braun said Jackson invited Metzger to his home April 18. He spent about an hour and a half with him, during which time Jackson asked about sleep medication, particularly propofol.

Metzger told him it was dangerous, could be life threatening and should not be used outside a hospital, and suggested Jackson use some other sleep medication, Braun said.

Metzger's experience echoed Cherilyn Lee, a registered nurse who gave Jackson nutritional counseling earlier this year, who said he complained of insomnia and asked her repeatedly for Diprivan, the brand-name version of propofol. Lee said she also warned him of the drug's dangers and rejected his requests.

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Associated Press writers Ken Ritter in Las Vegas and Linda Deutsch in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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Old 07-30-2009, 10:13 PM
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Why does it take so long for a toxicology report and why has Jackson's been delayed?

Coroner delays release of Jackson autopsy results - Yahoo! News

Coroner delays release of Jackson autopsy results

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By THOMAS WATKINS, Associated Press Writer

Wed Jul 29, 2009, 2:21 pm ET

LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County coroner's office says release of Michael Jackson's autopsy results will be delayed.

Coroner's officials had said they were going to release the results this week but Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said Wednesday the announcement will probably not come until next week.

Winter did not discuss reasons for the delay.

Jackson died June 25.

A law enforcement official has said investigators are working under the theory that the powerful anesthetic propofol (PROH'-puh-fahl) caused Jackson's heart to stop. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing.
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Old 08-10-2009, 07:37 PM
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"Murray told investigators he administered the powerful anesthetic propofol and multiple sedatives to Jackson in the hours before he died, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing."

Huh?

Murray admitted to investigators that he administered to Michael Jackson the drug, propofol, a drug that causes unconsciousness and, in addition, supplied multiple sedatives, as well hours before Jackson's death.

Sounds to me like he has admitted to killing Jackson.

What?

Administering the drug propofol which causes unconsciousness wasn't enough to help Jackson sleep?

Murray had to administer sedatives to him, as well.

Results of Jackson autopsy to remain sealed - Yahoo! News

Results of Jackson autopsy to remain sealed

By THOMAS WATKINS, Associated Press Writer

Mon Aug 10, 5:14 pm ET

LOS ANGELES – Coroner's investigators have completed their probe into the death of Michael Jackson but are not releasing the results yet, authorities said Monday.

The Los Angeles County coroner's office said police investigators requested that facts about what killed Jackson remain under a security hold while detectives investigate the events leading up to the pop icon's death.

Neither the coroner's office nor the Police Department would indicate when the results might be made public.

Jackson died June 25 after his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, found him not breathing in bed. Despite efforts to revive him, Jackson never regained consciousness.

Investigators have been trying to determine to what extent medications may have contributed to his death at age 50. Murray told investigators he administered the powerful anesthetic propofol and multiple sedatives to Jackson in the hours before he died, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is ongoing.

Murray's attorney, Edward Chernoff, has previously said the doctor did not prescribe anything that "should have" killed Jackson.

The investigation into Murray's background has already seen investigators serve search warrants at his properties in Las Vegas and Houston, where they seized computer hard drives, correspondence and other items. Court documents show investigators consider Jackson's death a possible manslaughter and that, while they are looking at the activities of at least six other doctors, Murray is the target of the investigation.

Keeping Jackson's autopsy sealed gives detectives a better chance to speak candidly with people who may have administered or prescribed drugs to the singer, Loyola University Law School Professor Stan Goldman said.

"If people are trying to get spontaneous statements or something that is not rehearsed or planned, not having the results out might help do that," Goldman said.

He added that if doctors who prescribed certain drugs to Jackson discovered those substances were present in his body when he died, "someone who is not very scrupulous might try to cover their tracks and destroy records."

Los Angeles police spokesman Officer Bruce Borihanh said his department would not answer any questions about the case until the investigation is complete.
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Old 08-12-2009, 08:34 PM
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I authored the following thread back in 2005:

http://www.clubconspiracy.com/forum/...ckson-763.html
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Old 08-17-2009, 11:18 PM
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Jackson's mother considering wrongful death suit

Michael Jackson News - Yahoo! Music

AP, Aug 17, 2009 8:52 pm PDT

An attorney for Michael Jackson's mother says she is considering a wrongful death lawsuit because of the circumstances surrounding her son's demise, and that the singer's personal physician is a likely target.
The idea is still nascent and Dr. Conrad Murray is the main name that's been mentioned, attorney Burt Levitch said Monday, following a court hearing where a judge approved a merchandising deal that will benefit the King of Pop's estate.

"The possibility of a wrongful death action has been floated," Levitch said. "In that regard, no decision has been finalized ... Dr. Murray's name has been floated because he is under investigation."

Authorities investigating Jackson's June 25 death have been focusing on Murray, who they believe administered a powerful anesthetic to the pop singer the day he died. Levitch wouldn't say whether concert promoter AEG might also be a defendant.

"It's fairly obvious from press accounts that AEG had a very active role in Michael's life for the last six months," Levitch said. "They paid for his home and for Dr. Conrad Murray."

"It would be inappropriate to speculate on any potential litigation," said AEG spokesman Michael Roth.

Miranda Sevcik, a publicist for Murray attorney Edward Chernoff, said she had seen the press conference with Levitch, but that doesn't mean a lawsuit "is imminent."

"Whether or not the Jackson family decides to proceed with a civil suit is up to them," she said in an email.

Earlier in the day, a judge signed off on a deal that would soon bring official Michael Jackson merchandise to store shelves, but the fate of a proposed tour of the King of Pop's memorabilia remained in limbo after the singer's mother expressed renewed concerns.

Attorneys for Katherine Jackson withdrew their objections to an agreement with merchandiser Bravado to bring everything from Jackson trading cards, apparel and cell phone themes to consumers.

But her objections remain a roadblock to a deal that would put some of her son's prized items on display later this year. That tour was intended to coincide with the release of a major movie featuring his final rehearsals for a series of London shows.

Levitch said Mrs. Jackson's primary objection is that it was not open to competitive bidding by companies other than AEG. He also said he believed the deal that was negotiated, which would provide a 50-50 split between AEG and the estate, was insufficient.

He also said that Mrs. Jackson has recently reasserted her desire to either be named a co-executor or have a member of the family, designated by her, as an executor. Jackson's will named longtime attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain as the sole executors of his estate, with Katherine Jackson, the singer's children and unnamed charities as beneficiaries.

"No one has reflected on what it takes to nurture an estate and no one is a better position than Katherine Jackson or her designees to do that," Levitch said. "Rather than trying to derail this estate, we would like to take our place at the table."

Howard Weitzman, an attorney for Branca and McClain, said outside court: "I'm not sure why the objections are being made" but said Mrs. Jackson certainly has the right to make them.

"Katherine Jackson is a beneficiary. She's entitled to object to deals that may impact her and the children," Weitzman said.

Attorneys for AEG and the current administrators of Jackson's estate wanted the memorabilia tour approved Monday, but Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff instead scheduled an evidentiary hearing for Friday to determine if the deal represented the best arrangement for Jackson's estate.

The deal is expected to generate up to $6 million for the estate, said Weitzman. One of the concessions Katherine Jackson is apparently seeking is the authority to sign off on the deal.

Beckloff said he was inclined to reject that argument, but wasn't sure that he could grant the estate's administrators approval to enter into the deal without hearing more information.

AEG attorney Kathy Jorrie stressed outside court that the clock is ticking on the deal and it must be approved on Friday to remain viable. The exhibit, would be organized by Arts and Exhibitors International, an AEG owned company which has also staged such traveling shows as the King Tut exhibit and the exhibit of Princess Diana's possessions.

"We think it's the best deal the co-special administrators could negotiate," Jorrie said outside of court. "We don't believe the objections by Katherine Jackson are meritorious."
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AP entertainment writer Anthony McCartney contributed

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Excerpt:

"It's fairly obvious from press accounts that AEG had a very active role in Michael's life for the last six months," Levitch said. "They paid for his home and for Dr. Conrad Murray."

AEG paid for Jackson's home and for Dr. Conrad Murray.

Co-conspirators, I would say.

Seems to me they set it all up.

Excerpt:

"Earlier in the day, a judge signed off on a deal that would soon bring official Michael Jackson merchandise to store shelves, but the fate of a proposed tour of the King of Pop's memorabilia remained in limbo after the singer's mother expressed renewed concerns."

"The deal is expected to generate up to $6 million for the estate, said Weitzman. One of the concessions Katherine Jackson is apparently seeking is the authority to sign off on the deal."

Milking the ONCE famous cash cow for all he's worth and, apparently, he's worth more DEAD than ALIVE.

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"He also said that Mrs. Jackson has recently reasserted her desire to either be named a co-executor or have a member of the family, designated by her, as an executor. Jackson's will named longtime attorney John Branca and music executive John McClain as the sole executors of his estate, with Katherine Jackson, the singer's children and unnamed charities as beneficiaries."

Excuse me, but I think Michael made it apparent whom he desired to be the sole exectors of his estate.

If he wanted his mother to be the executor, he would have named her as such.

AEG is one of the leading sports and entertainment presenters in the world.

Maybe Katherine Jackson should name herself in the wrongful death suit, along with her husband since they turned Michael over to the mind controllers at a very young age and reaped the monetary benefits of his stardom.

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Old 08-27-2009, 10:50 PM
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What is happening with the investigation into Michael Jackson's death?

Oh, I see.

The Jackson's are about to release a REALITY show.

Some of Michael's family members are cashing in on his demise.

You know, those who NEVER had a successful career in the music industry.

Anyway.

What do you think?

Have they caught the man who killed Jackson?

Dr. Conrad Murray.

Could the "entertainment" company who hired Murray as Jackson's personal physician have employed a more incompetent doctor?

According to everything that's been reported, Dr. Murray injected Jackson with an anesthetic after he had ingested a number of other narcotics, one being ATIVAN.

The plot thickens.

A video was shown on CNN of someone who supposedly was Michael Jackson being ushered through a door while the stretcher to the ambulance he supposedly was transported to hospital in remained empty.

Oh, the webs that they weave.

Who shot the video?

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Old 08-28-2009, 05:24 PM
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precisely. THAT was NOT MJ in the helicopter!! That was some imposter, or THE IMPOSTER, the one they continue to show on world wide media and news, documentaries, as being MJ when it clearly is not.

Makes me wonder just how long MJ has been dead.
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Old 08-30-2009, 06:54 PM
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precisely. THAT was NOT MJ in the helicopter!! That was some imposter, or THE IMPOSTER, the one they continue to show on world wide media and news, documentaries, as being MJ when it clearly is not.

Makes me wonder just how long MJ has been dead.
I think the video THEY produced has accomplished exactly what they wanted it to accomplish with certain people such as yourself.
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