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Old 06-27-2009, 11:58 PM
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A spokeswoman for the doctor at Michael Jackson's side when he died says he is not considered a suspect after a three-hour meeting with police.

Miranda Sevcik (SEHV'-sik), a spokeswoman for Dr. Conrad Murray, said in a statement Saturday night that the doctor met to "clarify some inconsistencies."

The statement also says investigators believe "the doctor is in no way a suspect and remains a witness."

Police confirmed that they interviewed Murray and that he was cooperative.

Sevcik says Murray and his attorney "answered every and all questions" during a three-hour meeting, and that he will continue to cooperate.

Murray was with Jackson when the singer stopped breathing Thursday, and reportedly performed CPR until paramedics arrived.


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How 'bout the name of the 911 caller?

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Spokeswoman: Jackson cardiologist not a suspect - Yahoo! News

Spokeswoman: Jackson cardiologist not a suspect

AP – Saturday - By NEKESA MUMBI MOODY, AP Music Writer – 1 hr 29 mins ago

LOS ANGELES – The cardiologist who was with Michael Jackson when he collapsed is "in no way a suspect" in the pop singer's death, a spokeswoman for the doctor said Saturday after a three-hour interview with detectives.

Police confirmed that they interviewed Murray, adding that he was cooperative and "provided information which will aid the investigation."

The statement said Murray rode in the ambulance and stayed at the hospital for hours, "comforting and consoling the Jackson family." It also said he has been in Los Angeles since Jackson's death, and plans to stay here until his cooperation is no longer needed.

Murray was with Jackson when the singer stopped breathing Thursday, and reportedly performed CPR until paramedics arrived.

News of the meeting came a few hours after the Rev. Jesse Jackson said the pop star's family is seeking a second autopsy of the pop icon because of unanswered questions about how he died.

"It's abnormal," he said 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 their 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.

One of Jackson's longtime lawyers was chosen to represent the family's legal interests, a person close to the situation said Saturday. Katherine Jackson, the singer's mother, selected L. Londell McMillan, who has represented Jackson in several cases, said the person, who requested anonymity because the matter is private.

Two days after Jackson died at a Los Angeles hospital, sisters Janet and La Toya arrived at the mansion Jackson had been renting. They 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.

The Jackson family issued a statement Saturday expressing its grief over the death and thanking his supporters.

"In one of the darkest moments of our lives we find it hard to find the words appropriate to this sudden tragedy we all had to encounter," said the statement made through People magazine. "We miss Michael endlessly."

The Jackson family did not respond to a request for comment from the AP.

There was also no word from the 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 AP 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.

Police towed Murray's 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.

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.

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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 06-29-2009, 09:25 AM
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From what I've read, Dr. Conrad Murray, left his residence in Las Vegas two months ago when he was contracted as Jackson's personal physician.

Keep in mind that Dr. Murray is a Cardiologist.

It was reported that Dr. Conrad Murray had financial problems.

He was hired at a salary of $300,000.00 per month and claims that he has not been compensated for his two months of employment.

Edward Chernoff, Dr. Murray's attorney, said that Dr. Conrad Murray never prescribed or gave Jackson the drugs Demerol or Oxycontin. He denied reports suggesting Murray gave Jackson drugs that contributed to his death.

Chernoff told the AP that Murray was at the pop icon's rented mansion on Thursday afternoon when he discovered Jackson in bed and not breathing. The doctor immediately began administering CPR, Chernoff said.

"He just happened to find him in his bed, and he wasn't breathing," the lawyer said. "Mr. Jackson was still warm and had a pulse."

People close to Michael Jackson have said since his death that they were concerned about his use of painkillers. Los Angeles County medical examiners completed their autopsy Friday and said Jackson had taken unspecified prescription medication.

Chernoff said any drugs the doctor gave Jackson were prescribed in response to a specific complaint from the entertainer.

"Dr. Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson," Chernoff said. "Not ever. Not that day. ... Not Oxycontin (either) for that matter."

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The narcotics, Demerol and Oxycontin are referenced by Murray's attorney as if it is known that Jackson was taking these painkillers.

I'm not a doctor, but sounds like the combination of Demerol and Oxycontin could be considered a "lethal cocktail."

If Michael Jackson was prescribed Oxycontin and Demerol, who were the prescribing physicians?

What medications did Dr. Murray prescribe for Jackson's specific complaint and what was the specific complaint?

When he prescribed these medications, was he aware that other doctor(s) had prescribed Oxycontin and Demerol for Jackson, if, in fact, it is true that Jackson was taking these narcotics?

Did Jackson know Dr. Murray personally and request that he live with him as his personal physician or did someone else coordinate this?

You know, if Michael Jackson were taking the narcotics, Oxycontin and Demerol and/or other prescription medications as indicated by those within his circle because he was in severe pain due to previous accidents, dancing, etc., how would he be possible for him to embark on a come back tour?

Lawyer: Jackson's doc didn't give excessive drugs - Yahoo! News

Lawyer for doctor: Jackson had pulse when found

AP – Saturday, June 27, 2009. … By ANTHONY McCARTNEY,
AP Entertainment Writer – 23 mins ago

LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson still had a faint pulse and his body was warm when his doctor found him in bed and not breathing, a lawyer for the doctor told The Associated Press on Sunday.

Edward Chernoff also said Dr. Conrad Murray never prescribed or gave Jackson the drugs Demerol or OxyContin. He denied reports suggesting Murray gave Jackson drugs that contributed to his death.

Chernoff told the AP that Murray was at the pop icon's rented mansion on Thursday afternoon when he discovered Jackson in bed and not breathing. The doctor immediately began administering CPR, Chernoff said.

"He just happened to find him in his bed, and he wasn't breathing," the lawyer said. "Mr. Jackson was still warm and had a pulse."

Jackson's family requested a private autopsy in part because of questions about Murray, the Rev. Jesse Jackson said Saturday.

People close to Michael Jackson have said since his death that they were concerned about his use of painkillers. Los Angeles County medical examiners completed their autopsy Friday and said Jackson had taken unspecified prescription medication.

Chernoff said any drugs the doctor gave Jackson were prescribed in response to a specific complaint from the entertainer.

"Dr. Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson," Chernoff said. "Not ever. Not that day. ... Not Oxycontin (either) for that matter."

Paramedics were called to the mansion while the doctor was performing CPR, according to a recording of the 911 call. Medics spent three-quarters of an hour trying to revive Jackson. He was pronounced dead later at UCLA Medical Center.

Murray was interviewed by investigators for three hours Saturday. His spokeswoman called Murray "a witness to this tragedy," not a suspect in the death, and police described the doctor as cooperative.

Chernoff also said the promoter of Jackson's 50-show London concerts, AEG Live, owes the cardiologist $300,000.

"His contract with the promoters states he would receive an amount of money each month to be his (Jackson's) personal physician and they have failed to honor that contract," Chernoff said. "They are two months behind."

Randy Phillips, president and CEO of AEG Live, acknowledged the contract called for Murray to be paid $150,000 a month, but said the contract required Jackson's signature.

"Michael never signed the contract," Phillips said.

He also said the doctor's claim for payment may be against Jackson's estate, not AEG which was merely advancing the money to Jackson.

Three days after the death of the King of Pop, celebrities descended on Los Angeles for what promised to be a spectacular celebration of Jackson's life at the annual BET awards show.

Media requests for the Sunday night show doubled following the death, and the red carpet was lengthened. Joe Jackson, Michael's father, was briefly spotted on the red carpet wearing a black hat. He planned make an onstage appearance, show publicist Bobbi Marcus said.

Previously announced performers including Beyonce and Ne-Yo, were working to overhaul performances they had planned for weeks so they could honor Jackson. Other stars tried to catch last-minute flights.

A private pathologist hired by the Jackson family completed a second, private autopsy Saturday, the Los Angeles Times reported, citing unnamed people familiar with the case.

A second autopsy can allow the family to get some information about a death almost immediately, including signs of heart, brain or lung disease or fresh needle punctures, said Dr. Michael Baden, a medical examiner not involved in the Jackson case.

"Usually if it looks normal with the naked eye, it looks normal under the microscope," said Baden, who recently performed a second autopsy on actor David Carradine.

Los Angeles County coroner's officials said their autopsy found no indication of trauma or foul play. But because of additional tests, an official cause of death could take weeks to determine.

There was 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.

Al Sharpton, who arrived in Los Angeles on Sunday afternoon, said he was heading to the Jackson compound and would talk with the family about how to memorialize the late pop star. Sharpton said they want to hold memorials in key cities around the globe and also planned a memorial service Tuesday at the Apollo Theater in New York.

On Saturday, three of Jackson's brothers — Jackie, Jermaine and Tito — visited Jackson's Neverland Ranch where they walked the manicured grounds and reminisced about his life. It is not clear what will become of the ranch, which has been under renovations.

Owen Blicksilver, a spokesman for Colony Capital LLC, the Los Angeles-based firm where investor Thomas Barrack is chairman and CEO, said it was premature to discuss the future of Neverland. Barrack previously set up the joint venture with Michael Jackson after the singer nearly lost the ranch to foreclosure.

Barrack feels close to family members and wants to hear their thoughts on how best to honor Jackson's memory, Blicksilver said. The investor joined Jackie, Jermaine and Tito Jackson for lunch Saturday at the sprawling Santa Barbara County property.

A White House adviser said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that President Barack Obama had written to the Jackson family to express his condolences.

In an interview that aired earlier Sunday, Jackson's father said he does not believe stress over the intense series of concerts the King of Pop planned for his comeback led to his death.

Joe Jackson also said he believes his son will be larger in death than he was in life. The patriarch of the Jackson 5 said he wished Michael Jackson were around to see the outpouring of affection since his death.

"Michael was the biggest superstar in the world and in history," Joe Jackson told Fox News Channel's "Geraldo at Large." "He was loved by everybody, whether poor or wealthy or whatever may be."

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

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Old 06-29-2009, 01:52 PM
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Does anyone know why Michael Jackson required a personal physician to reside with him?

Any word on the 911 caller?

Any word on the names of the doctors who prescribed medications for Michael Jackson other than Dr. Murray?

Surely, someone knows from whom Jackson was receiving his painkillers?

Any word as to why Michael Jackson was in such severe pain that, quite possibly, he required Oxycontin and Demerol and other medications prescribed by Dr. Murray?

Any word on how the THUGS in the music industry could have possibly thought Michael Jackson would have been able to launch a come back tour when he was, obviously, addicted to painkillers because he was supposedly in severe pain and required a personal physician to reside with him?
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Old 06-29-2009, 08:47 PM
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All I can say is that Michael Jackson's family should know the condition of his body after his death and so, too, should the person who performed the private autopsy.

As far as a wig, now that I think about it, his hair didn't look real.

There are conflicting reports.

Dr. Murray states he was to be paid $300,000 per month and that he is owed $600,000.

Other reports state that Dr. Murray resided with Jackson for only eleven days.

It was reported that Dr. Murray had financial problems.

Easy money for him from the Entertainment company that hired Dr. Murray as Jackson's personal physician.

$150,000 is what the Entertainment company says they agreed to pay him, but Dr. Murray's attorney says the amount was $300,000 per month.

The shock findings of the Michael Jackson autopsy | The Sun |News

By NICK PARKER
and STEVE KENNEDY

Published: Today

THE horrifying state of pop superstar Michael Jackson in his final days can be revealed by The Sun today.
Harrowing leaked autopsy details show the singer was a virtual skeleton — barely eating and with only pills in his stomach at the time he died.

His hips, thighs and shoulders were riddled with needle wounds — believed to be the result of injections of narcotic painkillers, given three times a day for years.

And a mass of surgery scars were thought to be the legacy of at least 13 cosmetic operations.

Experts found the distressing evidence of Jacko’s physical decline while investigating his startling death in Los Angeles last week.

The examination showed the 5ft 10in star — once famed for his on-stage athleticism — had:

PLUNGED to a “severely emaciated” 8st 1oz. It is understood anorexic Jackson had been eating just one meagre meal a day.

Pathologists found his stomach empty aside from partially-dissolved pills he took before the painkiller injection which stopped his heart. Samples were sent for toxicology tests.

LOST virtually all his hair. The pop pin-up was wearing a wig when he died and pathologists said little more than “peach fuzz” covered his scalp.

A scarred section of skin above his left ear was entirely bald — apparently the result of a 1984 accident when his hair caught fire as he filmed an ad for Pepsi.

SUFFERED several broken ribs as frantic rescuers pumped his chest after he collapsed in cardiac arrest. Four injection sites were found above or near to Jacko’s heart.

All appeared to result from attempts to pump adrenaline directly into the organ in a failed bit to restart it.

Three of the injections had penetrated the heart wall — causing damage — but a fourth missed and hit one of the 50-year-old star’s ribs.

The autopsy also found unexplained BRUISING on Jackson’s knees and on the fronts of both shins. And there were CUTS on his back, indicating a recent fall.

The King of Pop’s once handsome face bore a network of plastic surgery scars, while the bridge to his nose had vanished and its right side had partially collapsed.

As inquiries into the tragedy last night focused on the star’s personal physician Dr Conrad Murray, a source close to the Jackson entourage said: “Michael’s family and fans will be horrified when they realise the appalling state he was in.

“He was skin and bone, his hair had fallen out and had been eating nothing but pills when he died. Injection marks all over his body and the disfigurement caused by years of plastic surgery show he’d been in terminal decline for years.

“His doctors and the hangers-on stood by as he self-destructed. Somebody is going to have to pay.”

Cardiologist Dr Murray was thought to have given Jackson the final injection of painkiller Demerol.

He is facing serious questions about his resuscitation attempts, which began when he started CPR as Jacko lay unconscious on a bed. Basic first aid guidance says patients must be face-up on a hard surface before compressions.


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Experts yesterday expressed amazement that a trained cardiologist could have made such an error, potentially wasting vital minutes.

Additional damage was believed to have been caused by oxygen masks and tubing inserted during resuscitation attempts. But in an ironic twist, the probe found Jacko was recovering well from skin cancer — with an op to shave cells from his chest a total success.

A second autopsy demanded by the Jackson family was carried out at a secret location on Saturday after the first ruled out foul play.

Family friend Rev Jesse Jackson said the family were deeply suspicious about what caused his death.

Dr Murray was hired just 11 days ago by AEG Live — the firm masterminding Jacko’s 50-date residency at London’s O2 Arena, which was due to start next month.

Sources claimed the family were preparing a multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the cardiologist.

Detectives were unable to find the doctor at Jackson’s home and his car was taken away for analysis as police sought him for questioning. He surfaced late on Friday and was quizzed over the weekend.

The Sun told on Saturday how Jacko had developed stage fright for the first time and was terrified of performing the comeback gigs.

Aides claimed the ailing star even believed he would be KILLED if he pulled out on health grounds. We also revealed he was taking a potentially toxic cocktail of drugs.

Sources last night said prescriptions for drugs for patients other than Jacko were found at his home. Those patients were due to be quizzed.

n.parker@the-sun.co.uk

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Doesn't sound at all like the scenario that has been painted surrounding Michael Jackson's health and state of mind, but, when one is under the influence of drugs, they can MASK alot.

What Michael Jackson Did on His Last Day - Yahoo! News

What Michael Jackson Did on His Last Day

AP By S. JAMES SNYDER – Mon Jun 29, 5:40 pm ET

Michael Jackson spent the last night of his life doing what he had always done: performing. The singer was in rehearsals at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, running through a full slate of songs from his upcoming 50-concert London event flanked by friends and colleagues. He marveled at the major set pieces that had finally been installed in the rehearsal space. "He was just glowing, and you could see it, that he was finally seeing it all come together," says Dorian Holley, the vocal director for Jackson's upcoming tour. "Up until Wednesday, it had always been [just a concept], but that last day you could see it in him, that he was seeing the show finally come together for the first time. It was a big moment." (See TIME's complete Michael Jackson coverage.)

Holley says he left rehearsals just before midnight on the night of June 24, as Jackson headed off to attend yet more meetings. About 12 hours later, a 911 call would be placed from Jackson's home in Holmby Hills, reporting urgently that "he's not breathing ... He's not responding to CPR, anything."

The pop icon had seemed different during these rehearsals - not ailing by any means, but perhaps more contemplative - says Holley, who has coached Jackson on solo tours since 1987. In preparing for previous tours, Holley said auditions for backup singers and other performing roles would usually be held via videotape, and it wouldn't be all that uncommon for the two to speak directly only two or three times over the span of a year. But for "This Is It," the London concerts scheduled to begin in July, Jackson was much more present and available, attending auditions and eagerly talking with everyone in the crew about the larger mission behind the tour. (See TIME's photos: "The Young Michael Jackson at Home.")

"It almost sounds crazy to say that the show wasn't about him, but ... he'd put it in perspective all the time, saying, 'This is what we're here for, to spread a message of love and taking care of the planet, that we want people to understand it's very, very dear and not to take it for granted,'" Holley tells TIME. (See TIME's top 10 Jackson moments.)

Until the last hour of rehearsals, Jackson maintained a ferocious, perfectionist pace, says Holley, who, after decades working with the singer, says he was still astonished by his vocal and physical prowess. Some in the public questioned whether Jackson, at 50, would still be able to command a stage, and recent reports published Sunday in Britain's Daily Mail said that Jackson had been too feeble to dance, sing or, at times, even speak in the weeks leading up to his death. But, Holley - despite his own early concerns about a lack of rehearsal time leading up to the first London shows in July - says the star's presence and energy during his final week was unequivocal. "He'd take the stage with this group of dancers, all in their 20s, but you couldn't take your eyes off him ... Many of his songs have six or seven parts, and he would often come over if we were missing an important note in our mix, and he would sing through all the parts rapid-fire to show us what he wanted. We would just sit there with our jaws open - it was awesome," Holley says. "He could still do everything ... The only difference now was that he would sometimes talk about how it made him sore." (Hear TIME's top 10 Jackson songs.)

"This time around, we had the technology to isolate just his microphone and listen to his singing separate from everything else. I had no idea what a genius he was. The way he's able to use his voice as a percussion instrument, lyricist, jazz singer all at the same time. I'm sure as people mine his works in years to come, they're going to discover how much is there," he says.

It was a text message on Thursday afternoon that gave Holley the first hint of bad news - a note saying Jackson had been rushed to the hospital. Neither he nor the crew knew how to react to the uncertainty, so they did what they always did - they went in to rehearse. Except this time, as fans all over the world from Los Angeles to New York City to Tokyo to Buenos Aires played his music, sang his songs and emulated his dance in tribute, Holley says the crew couldn't bring themselves to touch the music.

Jackson had been preparing to take the world back, Holley says, and during the singer's final night, he finally knew he was ready. "You would think that, on the one hand, the world has kind of beaten him up, and you could forgive him for having some trepidation and fear. But he didn't have any of that," says Holley. "Words fail to describe what people would have seen with the tour. I couldn't even imagine until last week when it became physically apparent [on the set]. He was ready to show the world, and I so wish there could have been just one concert so the world would have seen."
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Someone is lying.

The Coroner and/or NICK PARKER and STEVE KENNEDY (the UK writers).

Either that or Nick Parker and Steve Kennedy received a fabricated autopsy report.

L.A. Coroner's Office: Michael Jackson Autopsy Report Inaccurate - omg! news on Yahoo!

L.A. Coroner's Office: Michael Jackson Autopsy Report Inaccurate

Us Magazine - 1 hour, 50 minutes ago

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The Los Angeles coroner's office on Monday dismissed as inaccurate a British newspaper report that said Michael Jackson was emaciated and almost bald when he died suddenly last week.

Jackson, who died June 25 after suffering cardiac arrest at the age 50, weighed just 112 pounds, was bald and badly disfigured at the time of his death, according to leaked results from an autopsy.

Britain's The Sun obtained a copy of the report, which claimed Jackson's face bore numerous scars as a result of 13 cosmetic operations. The bridge of Jackson's nose had disappeared and the right side had caved in, according to the paper. Jackson also reportedly had unexplained bruises on his knees and shins and bruising to his back, indicating a recent fall.

He was bald, the paper reports, with his shoulder-length hair just a wig. His hair has been reduced to a "peach fuzz" on his scalp, says the paper.

See how Michael Jackson's face has changed

The only thing pathologists found in the star's stomach were partially dissolved pills, which were removed for toxicology tests, according to the Sun.

Look back at Michael Jackson's life

Several of Jackson's ribs also had been broke as paramedics tried to revive the singer after he suffered cardiac arrest at his rented L.A. home, according to reports. There also were four injections around his heart, presumably from adrenaline shots during the failed resuscitation.

"He was skin and bone, his hair had fallen out and he had been eating nothing but pills when he died," the paper quotes a source as saying. "Injection marks all over his body and the disfigurement caused by years of plastic surgery show he'd been in terminal decline for years.

Revisit Michael Jacksons most unforgettable moments

Two autopsies were conducted one Jackson: One by the Los Angeles coroner and another by a private pathologist hired by the Jackson family.

On Sunday, a lawyer for Dr. Conrad Murray - the singer's private pathologist who discovered Jackson in bed and not breathing last Thursday - denied various media reports that Dr. Conrad prescribed or gave Jackson the drugs Demerol or OxyContin.

"Not ever. Not that day," he told the Associated Press.
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Nanny's Claim On Caring For Jackson: 'I Had To Pump His Stomach Many Times' - omg! news on Yahoo!

Nanny's Claim On Caring For Jackson: 'I Had To Pump His Stomach Many Times'Access Hollywood - June 28, 2009 12:29 PM PDT

Please enlighten me. How does someone who is not hospitalized have their stomach pumped by their children's Nanny?

LONDON, UK -- In a new interview with the UK's Sunday Times, Grace Rwaramba - Michael Jackson's longtime nanny - has revealed intimate details of her life with the private star and his three children.

"I miss my babies," Grace told the newspaper on Sunday, adding that for Michael's children, "I was the only mother they knew."

She worked with the pop star for 17 years before being fired recently - and not for the first time, in what she described as a cycle of debt and prescription drug use that took them from Bahrain to Ireland to Germany to New Jersey until Michael landed in Los Angeles to rehearse for a planned tour.

"I just got a phone call that Michael is in such a bad shape. He is not clean. He has not shaved . . . His nails . . . He is not eating well," she said of a call prior to Michael's death on Thursday. "I used to do all this for him. They are trying to lure me to go back. But each time it happened before, he got rid of me. Then he made promises if I would come back. All these promises . . . After few days, it was the same abuse all over again."

So, the Nanny shaved, bathed, fed and cared for Jackson's nails? Who called to inform her that he was in bad shape?

A source close to the Jackson family told Access Hollywood on Sunday that "everybody is shocked, upset and hurt" that Grace has made these revelations.

If this is the truth, why is the Jackson family hurt? Apparently, they were concerned about the health of their brother/son, as well. The Jackson family needn't attempt to cover up the fact that Michael Jackson was obviously not well. Mentally and physically. This isn't something of which the public was not aware.

Among Grace's charges were that Michael mixed prescription drugs, and she had to pump his stomach more than once.

How exactly did the Nanny of Jackson's children pump his stomach?

"He always ate too little and mixed too much," she said. "I had to pump his stomach many times... He always mixed so much of it. There was one period that it was so bad that I didn't let the children see him."

At one point, she said, she held an intervention with his sister, Janet, and his mother, Katherine.

Beyond that, Michael's last years were plagued by a mounting debt - and Grace alleged that Michael had tried to frame her over his finances.

"When [Sheikh] Abdullah sued Michael last year, Michael said in the beginning, 'Oh, I never got money from him,'" she said, explaining that the Sheik, the son of the king of Bahrain, had been paying Michael for services he never rendered through her bank account. "He tried to frame me that I took the money."

What services was Jackson to render to the Sheikh?

"There was no money," she added, citing Michael's massive expenditures - a trip to the birthday party of Prince Azim, the son of the Sultan of Brunei, and the purchase of antiques in Florence, Italy, among others. "Michael had no idea about money."

And even when it came to his planned 50-date run of performances at the O2 Arena in London this July, she said Michael didn't realize what he'd gotten himself into.

50 shows?

"He said, 'I signed only for 10.' He didn't know what he was signing. He never does!"

On the home front, Grace, who said she served as the children's de facto mother, noted that they were uncomfortable around their father and disliked the masks he made them wear in public.

Not surprising they disliked the masks. Seems like a mild form of child abuse to me.

"When Michael was around, they froze," she said. "He didn't like me hugging them. But they needed love. I was the only mother they knew... I [was] getting phone calls that they [were] being neglected. Nobody is cleaning the rooms, because he didn't pay the housekeeper."

Why is it Jackson didn't want his children to be hugged?

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What is Joe Jackson's occupation?

Riding on his son's coattails?

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