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Old 06-26-2009, 11:52 PM
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Michael Jackson was $400 million dollars in debt when he died.

He was penniless, but the world would not be able to accept Michael Jackson as a homeless man.

So, who was paying for his RENTED mansion and other necessities of his life until his death?

Who was financing him?

The music industry?

That isn't the way it works in their world.

You are to reap millions for them.

They're not to expend millions on you.


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Old 06-27-2009, 12:08 AM
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It is being reported that Michael Jackson received daily injections and that the doctor who administered these injections is missing, and, quite possibly, may have been in Jackson's presence when he fell unconscious.

QUESTION:

What was Jackson being treated for that made it necessary for a doctor to inject him on a daily basis?

Inject him with what?

Pretty serious, I would think, if you need an injection on a daily basis, administered by a doctor and you're neither a diabetic or HEROIN addict.

Please provide a list of Michael Jackson's previous injuries and how and why these injuries may have required that he receive daily injections and, quite possibly, ingested other medications, as well, orally.

Any word on the 911 call and/or recording?
The reporting now is that the doctor who was with Jackson when he fell unconscious was his personal Cardiologist and that he was never missing. Apparently, Jackson's personal Cardiologist who was with him when he feel unconscious spoke to the LAPD yesterday and today.

So, did Jackson have another doctor who administered daily injections?

We NEED TO KNOW about these daily injections.

It was reported.

Who adminstered them?

Jackson's personal Cardiologist or another doctor or was this misinformation?

Kindly dig.

Thanking you in advance,
BlueAngel

I know this was reported.

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Old 06-27-2009, 07:16 PM
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The Jackson family wants a second autopsy.

Don't know why Jesse Jackson feels the need to make a case for a second autopsy.

Is it against the law?

Michael Jackson News - Yahoo! Music

Michael Jackson News

Jesse Jackson: Family wants 2nd autopsy

AP, Jun 27, 2009 5:24 pm PDT

Michael Jackson's family wants a private autopsy of the pop icon because of unanswered questions about how he died and the doctor who was with him, the civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson said Saturday.

"It's abnormal," he told The Associated Press from Chicago a day after visiting the Jackson family. "We don't know what happened. Was he injected and with what? All reasonable doubt should be addressed.".

People close to Jackson have said since his death that they were concerned about the superstar's use of painkillers. Los Angeles County medical examiners completed an autopsy Friday and said Jackson had taken prescription medication..

Medical officials also said there was no indication of trauma or foul play. An official cause of death could take weeks..

The coroner's office released the body to Jackson's family Friday night. There was no immediate word on whether the second autopsy was being performed right away. Jesse Jackson described the family as grief-stricken..

"They're hurt because they lost a son. But the wound is now being kept open by the mystery and unanswered questions of the cause of death," he said..

Two days after Jackson died at a Los Angeles hospital, his most famous sister, Janet, arrived at the mansion Jackson had been renting. She drove up in a Bentley and left without addressing reporters..

Moving vans also showed up at the Jackson home, leaving about an hour later. There was no indication what they might have taken away..

There was also no word from the Jackson family on funeral plans. Many of Jackson's relatives have gathered at the family's Encino compound, caring there for Jackson's three children..

A person close to the family told The Associated Press they feel upset and angry about a lack of information about those who were around the pop superstar in his final days. The person requested anonymity because of the delicate nature of the situation..

Jackson had been rehearsing for 50 London concerts aimed at restoring his crown as the King of Pop. He died Thursday at age 50 after what his family said appeared to be cardiac arrest..

A 911 call from Jackson's rented home reported that his personal doctor was trying to revive him without success. Police have talked to Dr. Conrad Murray and have said they intend to speak with him again but have stressed he is not a criminal suspect..

Murray has yet to speak publicly since Jackson's death. Police towed his car from Jackson's home hours after Jackson died and said later it could contain medication or other evidence. Coroner's officials also said Jackson was taking prescription medication but declined to elaborate..

A lawyer at a Houston firm, William M. Stradley, confirmed Murray had hired his firm and said one of its partners was meeting with Los Angeles police on Saturday. Stradley said Murray accompanied Michael Jackson to the hospital..

"He was there from the beginning and he's been cooperating with police from the very beginning," Stradley said. "Dr. Murray has never left L.A. since Mr. Jackson's death, and he remains there.".

Murray lives in Las Vegas but apparently left his practice and moved in with Jackson about two weeks ago. No one answered the door Saturday at his Las Vegas home, which property records show Murray bought five years ago for $1.1 million..

The promoter of the series of London concerts that Jackson was to begin next month has said Jackson personally insisted Murray be on the payroll..

Also Saturday, spiritual teacher Dr. Deepak Chopra said he had been concerned since 2005 that Jackson was abusing prescription painkillers and most recently spoke to the pop star about suspected drug use six months ago..

Chopra said Jackson, a longtime friend, asked him for painkillers in 2005 when the singer was staying with him following his trial on sex abuse allegations. Chopra said he refused. He also said the nanny of Jackson's children repeatedly contacted him with concerns about Jackson's drug use over the next four years..

He said she told him a number of doctors would visit Jackson's homes in Santa Barbara County, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. Whenever the subject came up, Jackson would avoid his calls, Chopra said.

Associated Press writers Sophia Tareen in Chicago, Juan A. Lozano in Houston, and Gillian Flaccus, Brooke Donald, Beth Harris and Mike Blood and AP Global Media Services Production Manager Nico Maounis in Los Angeles contributed to this report.

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Old 06-27-2009, 07:19 PM
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Michael Jackson News
Jackson's physician hires Houston law firm
AP, Jun 27, 2009 5:17 pm PDT

A Houston lawyer says his firm has been hired by the doctor who reportedly was with Michael Jackson when the pop star was fatally stricken in his Los Angeles home.

William M. Stradley, a partner in the firm of Stradley, Chernoff & Alford, says his firm has been hired by Dr. Conrad Murray..

Stradley says investigators have indicated Murray is considered a witness and is not a target in any way..

According to Stradley, one of the partners, Edward Chernoff, is in Los Angeles meeting with Police Department investigators..

Stradley says he doesn't know if Murray is taking part in Saturday's meeting..

Murray accompanied Jackson to the hospital, but he doesn't know if it was Murray who performed CPR on the singer or called 911, Stradley says..

The attorney says Murray has cooperated with police from the beginning and never left Los Angeles.
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Old 06-27-2009, 08:22 PM
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Michael Jackson's family members need to speak out.

Was their brother/son truly in as much pain as is being described by the media and the reason for his so-called drug addiction to prescription narcotics?

Jackson's family members and others, as well, such as Deepak Chopra have made reference to Jackson's drug addiction and, Chopra, in the following article states that after Jackson was acquitted on sexual abuse charges and staying with him, he asked CHOPRA for drugs and CHOPRA did not oblige.

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"Because of accidents, frequent plastic surgery and the sheer intensity of his dancing, physical agony was the unshakable problem with being Michael Jackson."

I believe Jackson told Oprah Winfrey during an interview that he had LUPUS.

Thread of pain ran through Jackson's career - Yahoo! News

Thread of pain ran through Jackson's career

By JAKE COYLE, AP Entertainment Writer – 13 mins ago

It was the last day of shooting for a Pepsi commercial at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles in 1984, and the only hiccup had been an argument between Michael Jackson and an ad executive over whether the young superstar would take off his sunglasses.

"Then," as the executive later wrote, "we set his hair on fire."

Jackson was descending a staircase in an extravagant, pyrotechnic opening sequence, dancing to "Billie Jean," when a spark landed on his head. Jackson cried out. People nearby leapt on him to put out the fire, but Jackson was hospitalized for days with a burned scalp.

Thus began a thread of pain that ran through a remarkable career — and made painkillers all too accessible.

Because of accidents, frequent plastic surgery and the sheer intensity of his dancing, physical agony was the unshakable problem with being Michael Jackson.

Medical examiners in Los Angeles are perhaps weeks away from determining an official cause of death, but officials did say Friday that tests showed Jackson was taking prescription medication.

At the end of his life, a personal cardiologist was living with Jackson while he rehearsed rigorously for a historic comeback. Among the first steps police took was to tow the doctor's BMW, saying it might contain medication or other evidence.

Since his death, people close to Jackson have said they were worried about his dependence on the drugs. In 1993, while he was defending himself against child molestation charges, Jackson himself called it an addiction.

On Saturday, spiritual teacher Dr. Deepak Chopra said he had been concerned since 2005 that Jackson was abusing painkillers and spoke to the pop star about suspected drug use as recently as six months ago.

"In a way, this was coming, and in a way, it's frustrating that we couldn't do anything about it," he told The Associated Press. "The problem has been going on for a long time, but we didn't know what to do. There were attempts at intervention, and it didn't succeed."

Chopra said Jackson, a longtime friend, personally asked him for painkillers in 2005, when the singer was staying with him after he was acquitted on sex-abuse charges. Chopra said he refused.

He also said the nanny of Jackson's children repeatedly contacted him with concerns about Jackson's drug use over the next four years, and said Jackson would avoid his calls whenever the subject came up.

Well before Jackson had a doctor living under his own roof, there were ample reasons to turn to pharmaceuticals to relieve pain.

In the early 1990s, Jackson's dermatologist revealed the singer had a skin disorder known as vitiligo, which leads to white patches on the skin. And over the years, Jackson underwent numerous plastic surgeries, the most prominent being the narrowing of his nose. Few people know exactly how many there were in all.

Jackson was a passionate performer and an exceptional dancer, renowned for his choreographical perfection. Ailments were, or at least began as, a byproduct of his dedication.

In 1990, he was hospitalized with chest pains. In 1993, he canceled a performance due to dehydration and later cut his tour short because of his painkiller addiction. In 1995, he collapsed on stage at the Beacon Theater in New York and was hospitalized.

Then there was London. Mounting a comeback aimed at least in part on erasing the taint of years of scandal, Jackson was to perform a staggering 50 shows at the O2 arena, the first of them in mid-July.

It was a schedule daunting enough that Jackson was training in recent months with Lou Ferrigno, the star of TV's "Incredible Hulk." And while a 50-show run would be challenging even for an athlete in his prime, Jackson was 50 years old. As he aged, his appearance had become famously, almost spectrally, drawn.

Those involved in the production said Jackson was heavily involved in all aspects of the concert rehearsals. He had hired a personal trainer and was practicing with backup dancers and choreographers several hours a day.

"He was working hard, setting the example, overseeing the choreography, kicking butt and taking names," said Johnny Caswell, president of CenterStaging Musical Productions Inc., a Burbank, Calif., sound stage where Jackson rehearsed until late May. "He was ready to blow everybody out of the water."

Randy Phillips, president and CEO of AEG Live, the producers of the London show, said Jackson was dancing "as well or better than the 20-year-old dancers we surrounded him with. ... He was riveting."

Maryss Courchinoux, a 29-year-old from Paris who said she had been selected as a backup dancer for the show, described the tour rehearsals as more arduous than the performances themselves.

"A heart is a muscle," she said. "If you don't build it up little by little, you will have problems and start cramping up. I don't know what his lifestyle was before he started rehearsing."

Jackson's family said he died of cardiac arrest on Thursday at UCLA Medical Center. A person familiar with the situation, speaking on condition of anonymity because the person had not been authorized to speak publicly, said it was an apparent heart attack.

Others familiar with a life in dancing and performing spoke similarly of its physical demand — in particular, the need for consistent practice. It is not, they said, a line of work in which a performer can figuratively jump from zero to 60 mph or more.

"You can never stop," said Jodi Moccia, a dance teacher and a choreographer who works with the cast of "Mamma Mia!" to prevent injuries. "Once you stop, those muscles don't come back like they usually do."

Four years ago, it was almost unthinkable that Jackson might attempt such an undertaking.

During his 2005 molestation trial, he appeared gaunt and had recurring back problems that he attributed to stress. The trial was interrupted several times by hospital visits. Jackson once even appeared late to court dressed in his pajamas after an emergency room visit.

After the acquittal, prosecutors argued against returning some items that had been seized from Neverland, the estate Jackson converted into a storybook playland. Among the items were the powerful painkiller Demerol and other prescription drugs.

That a performer with such a history of pain and a struggle with painkillers was attempting such an ambitious and grueling comeback was, some said, a collision course. Michael Levine, a publicist for Jackson in the early 1990s, called the stresses on Jackson "a toxic mix that nobody can withstand."

Others close to Jackson described a feeling of sad inevitability to his death.

Brian Oxman, a former Jackson attorney and family friend, told NBC's "Today" show: "The result was I warned everyone, and lo and behold, here we are. I don't know what caused his death. But I feared this day, and here we are."
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AP Drama Writer Michael Kuchwara in New York and Gillian Flaccus and Beth Harris in Los Angeles contributed to this report.
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Old 06-27-2009, 09:02 PM
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The news organization who reported that Jackson received daily injections needs to come clean.

I think it was CNN, not sure.

I know it was reported.

Nothing gets by me as our former moderator, JustGroovy, stated.

From whom did this news organization obtain this information and if it isn't true, why did they report it?

Sounds to me from the article wherein Jesse Jackson is the spokesperson for the Jackson family, that the family was unaware that Michael was receiving daily injections.

IF this information is not true, quite pathetic that the news organization would report such.

Come clean!

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Old 06-27-2009, 09:07 PM
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The following is what I posted on this thread about Jackson receiving daily injections:

"It is being reported that Michael Jackson received daily injections and that the doctor who administered these injections is missing, and, quite possibly, may have been in Jackson's presence when he fell unconscious."

It wasn't reported that Jackson received an injection before he fell unconscious, but it was reported that the doctor who administered Jackson's daily injections may have been in Jackson's presence when he fell unconscious.

According to the Cardiologist's attorney, he is considered a witness.

This would indicate that he was in Jackson's presence when he fell unconscious and, from what was reported, apparently he is the doctor who administered the daily injections because it was stated that the doctor who administered the daily injections was in Jackson's presence when he fell unconscious.

However, the Cardiologist was never missing.

His car was towed for possible evidence and he spoke with the LAPD on Thursday and Friday.

Again, it was not reported that Jackson received an injection prior to his death, but that he received daily injections and that the doctor who adminstered them was quite possibly in Jackson's presence when he feel unconscious.

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Old 06-27-2009, 09:22 PM
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Jesse Jackson referenced Michael receiving an injection.

The Reverend needs to elaborate further as to where he obtained this information.

Which news source and any other details that I may have missed.
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Old 06-27-2009, 09:36 PM
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Where is the information regarding the person who placed the 911 call?

Are the LAPD questioning him?

Obviously, the Cardiologist must know who he is.
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Old 06-27-2009, 11:09 PM
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Michael Jackson was $400 million dollars in debt.

He was no longer an asset to the music industry.

He was a LIABILITY.

They were financing him.

That's not the way it works in their world.

You are to produce for them and not vice versa.

On the day of Jackson's death, sales of his merchandise soared.

He is worth more to them DEAD than ALIVE.
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