CPR must always be performed on a firm surface. NO bed is firm enough. A CARDIOLOGIST would know that. The only time you put your hand behind on a patient’s back and do compressions with the other hand is if you’re performing CPR on a neonate (and a small one, at that), NO ONE ELSE. Basic knowledge that any person, but especially a cardiologist, would know.
One thing I must make clear, neither Jermaine or this journalist has the expertise to talk about the effects of propofol. ONLY an anesthesiologist, who works with this drug, does. Even doctors of other specialties do NOT have the same expertise as an anesthesioligist. That’s why they’re consulted to be present during the administration of propofol and other anesthetics during medical procedures in controlled environments.
Dr. Conrad Murray is going after Michael Jackson‘s longtime physician and friend, Dr. Arnold Klein, claiming Klein is at least partly to blame for the singer‘s death and should be a defendant in Joe Jackson’s wrongful death lawsuit.
In legal papers filed today and obtained by TMZ … Dr. Murray challenges Joe Jackson’s decision not to name Dr. Klein as one of the physicians allegedly responsible for his son’s death.
And Murray continues quoting from Joe’s lawsuit that Dr. Klein “prescribed or may have over medicated Michael Jackson including to such point that AEG Live, LLC had to hire Dr. Murray in order to separate Michael Jackson from Arnold Klein.”
And Murray goes on to quote Joe’s lawsuit which claims “AEG Live, LLC read Michael Jackson the proverbial ‘riot act’ to get him to stop subjecting himself to overmedication by Dr. Arnold Klein.”
So with all that, Dr. Murray concludes, “The plaintiff [Joe Jackson] does not explain why, given these allegations, Dr. Arnold Klein is not a required party to be added to accord proper relief.”
In other words … why didn’t Joe sue Arnie?
As TMZ first reported, Dr. Klein shot Michael full of Demerol — 51 injections in a 3-month span, right up until the week of his death.
Dr. Murray also points the finger at other doctors who treated Michael Jackson, citing TMZ stories revealing that 7 doctors other than Murray were fueling MJ with meds at or near the time of his death.
Murray’s team also asked the court to dismiss Joe’s wrongful death lawsuit — claiming Jackson doesn’t have the right to file because he’s not a beneficiary of MJ’s estate.
Come on, this is just too ridiculous to be true! The hearing gets postponed yet AGAIN?! lol
MICHAEL JACKSON’s family will have to wait until next year (10) to find out whether the pop star’s physician will face a trial and possible jail time for administering the anaesthetic that killed the King of Pop – the preliminary hearing has been set for 4 January (11).
At that hearing, Judge Pastor will rule whether or not to send Murray’s case to trial.
Jackson’s mother Katherine and his father Joseph joined various family members in court for the judge’s decision.
Michael Jackson manslaughter case pushed into 2011
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A key court hearing detailing the manslaughter charges against Michael Jackson’s personal physicianwas pushed back to January on Monday as the year-long probe into the singer’s death dragged on.
A Los Angeles judge set a January 4 date for a preliminary hearing that will give the first official public details of the charges against Dr. ConradMurray.
The hearing had been expected later this year but on Monday the judge said there were issues regarding the availability of witnesses and the ongoing investigation into Jackson’s death.
Dr. Murray has admitted giving the “Thriller” singer a dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol as a sleep aid before he died at his rented Los Angeles home in June 2009. He has pleaded not guilty to a charge of involuntary manslaughter and is free on $75,000 bail.
The physician’s defense team asked on Monday for permission to retest three samples obtained from syringes and an intravenous drip.
The January 4 preliminary hearing is expected to take 2-3 weeks and will require both prosecutors and Murray’s defense team to produce their evidence. A judge will rule at that time if there are sufficient grounds for a full-scale trial.
About two dozen Jackson fans waved banners outside the court on Monday calling for “Justice for MJ” and demanding that Murray be charged with murder. Jackson’s parents Katherine and Joe Jackson also attended the brief hearing.
Jackson died on June 25 2009 and officials have said he died principally because of propofol, as well as sedatives, painkillers and other drugs.
The judge in the case ruled controversially earlier this year that Murray could keep his California medicallicense while the case goes through the courts, saying he did not have the authority to suspend it.
(Reporting by Jill Serjeant, Editing by Dan Whitcomb)
I’m on the fence about Murray. I’ve been wondering if this is some test to show how people immediately jump to the conclusion “guilty” before hearing any information in a court of law… Just like people thought MJ was guilty b4 hearing all evidence.
See, I think MJ is alive, therefore Murray isn’t a murderer…
LOS ANGELES – Michael Jackson’s youngest brother said Monday that his family is disappointed in a recent ruling allowing a doctor charged in the pop singer’s death to keep his medical license, but they have faith in the judicial process.
Randy Jackson’s written statement came a week after a Los Angeles Superior Court judge ruled he didn’t have the authority to suspend the license of Dr. Conrad Murray. Murray faces an involuntary manslaughter charge in Jackson’s death nearly a year ago. The cardiologist has pleaded not guilty.
“The recent court proceedings have been difficult for us as a family,” Randy Jackson wrote. “However, it is a necessary process that we are well prepared to endure in our fight for justice for Michael.”
The statement said the Jackson family was disappointed in the ruling, but expressed support for the California Attorney General’s office, which sought to suspend Murray’s medical license until his case is decided.
“Despite our strong feelings about the outcome, we have continued respect and faith in Judge Michael Pastor, the Deputy District Attorney David Walgren and our judicial system,” the statement read.
Randy Jackson had to be hospitalized after experiencing chest pains the day after last week’s court hearing, and he thanked doctors and fans for their support.
“I am feeling much better, invigorated and spiritually strong,” he wrote. His statement did not address what doctors had determined happened to him.
Randy Jackson accompanied his mother and father and siblings LaToya and Jermaine Jackson to last week’s court hearing. The Jackson family has shown up to all court hearings in Murray’s case.
BREAKING NEWS : After Murray now also AEG seems to have their part in Michael’s death. Contract shows Murray requested for a heart resuscitation unit and a medical assistant from AEG. “AEG hired, directed, controlled and demanded Dr. Conrad Murray…”
What will come out next??? If indeed Murray gave him the propofol, and especially since there was no medical equipment, whether AEG or God himself had promised the equipment, makes no difference. It was major negligent behaviour and should have resulted in immediate suspension of Murray’s medical license. In fact, even if he DID have the equipment, the fact this wasn’t done in a hospital setting still qualifies it as negligence, at the very least. Boy, what a crazy story! Unbelievable really, in every sense of the word.
Conrad Murray requested but never received lifesaving gear from the concert promoterorganizing Michael’s London shows, documents obtained by The Associated Press show. E-mails and a proposed contract detailing Dr. Conrad Murray’s negotiations with concert promoter AEG Live reveal the requests for a heart resuscitation unit and a medical assistant. Neither apparently was in place when Michael died last June 25 after Murray administered a mixture of sedatives, including the anesthetic propofol, in an attempt to get the chronic insomniac to sleep.
. Patients are normally constantly monitored. Murray was alone when he gave the drugs to Michael. After he realized the sedated star was not breathing, he performed CPR but was unable to revive him. Murray has pleaded not guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge in Michael’s death. His proposed contract with AEG, which included a monthly fee of $150,000, was not finalized before Michael’s death. Murray never received payment for his services.
The documents concerning Murray’s requests are included in a complaint filed by Michael’s father, Joe, to the California Medical Board against AEG Live. The complaint accuses the promoter of Michael’s comeback “This Is It” shows of engaging in the “unlawful practice of corporate medicine.” It also accuses the company of forcing Murray to provide Michael with dangerous medical services.
Michael Roth, an AEG spokesman, said the company had not seen the complaint and could not comment on it or the contract. Murray’s lawyer Ed Chernoff declined to comment. Murray had known Michael and treated him and his children occasionally in recent years but was working for AEG at the time of Michael’s death, Chernoff has said and the complaint states.
The AEG agreement would have covered Murray’s work while Michael was preparing for the London shows and throughout the concerts last summer. “AEG hired, directed, controlled and demanded Dr. Conrad Murray, a medical doctor, to medicate Michael Jackson, provide Jackson with dangerous medical services, and to give Michael Jackson controlled substances and other drugs without providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment or nursing assistance as it had promised in writing it would provide,” the complaint states.
Murray’s request for the medical equipment and assistant were first made to a concert tour business manager, an e-mail message shows. The request was later mentioned in Murray’s contract. The language stated AEG “shall provide Dr. Murray for his use during the term with medical equipment requested by Dr. Murray to assist him in performing the services as approved by (AEG).”
The equipment is described as a “portable cardio pulmonary resuscitation unit (‘CPR Machine’), saline, catheters, needles, a gurney and other mutually approved medical equipment necessary for the Services.” The complaint states Murray signed the document a day before Michael’s death. An e-mail sent to Murray during the negotiations explained a delay in the contract’s drafting because it was a “rare event” for a physician to be hired to care for a singer on tour.
E-mails also show the contract was still being reworked two days before Michael’s death, which happened a week before he was to travel to London for the “This Is It” shows. A spokeswoman for the California Medical Board said complaints filed to the agency are confidential unless it takes any action. The board receives 8,000 complaints a year, according to its website. Joe Jackson’s attorney, Brian Oxman, confirmed he filed a complaint with the California Medical Board but declined to discuss it.
In his complaint, Joe Jackson — who has repeatedly criticized AEG Live since shortly after his son’s death — accuses the promoter of agreeing to pay Murray vastly more than he was making so that it could exert control over his medical decisions. Joe Jackson’s filing cites a 2008 income declaration by Murray in a child support proceeding in which the cardiologist stated he earned only $3,300 per month.
By ANTHONY McCARTNEY and and THOMAS WATKINS (AP)
LOS ANGELES — Michael Jackson’s doctor requested but never received lifesaving gear from the concert promoter organizing the singer’s London shows, documents obtained by The Associated Press show.
E-mails and a proposed contract detailing Dr. Conrad Murray’s negotiations with concert promoter AEG Live reveal the requests for a heart resuscitation unit and a medical assistant.
Neither apparently was in place when Jackson died last June 25 after Murray administered a mixture of sedatives, including the anesthetic propofol, in an attempt to get the chronic insomniac to sleep.
Propofol is extremely powerful and is usually administered only in medical settings with emergency equipment on hand. Patients are normally constantly monitored.
Murray was alone when he gave the drugs to Jackson. After he realized the sedated star was not breathing, he performed CPR but was unable to revive him.
The doctor has pleaded not guilty to an involuntary manslaughter charge in Jackson’s death. His proposed contract with AEG, which included a monthly fee of $150,000, was not finalized before the singer’s death. Murray never received payment for his services.
The documents concerning Murray’s requests are included in a complaint filed by Jackson’s father, Joe, to the California Medical Board against AEG Live. The complaint accuses the promoter of Jackson’s comeback “This Is It” shows of engaging in the “unlawful practice of corporate medicine.”
It also accuses the company of forcing Murray to provide Jackson with dangerous medical services.
Michael Roth, an AEG spokesman, said the company had not seen the complaint and could not comment on it or the contract.
Murray’s lawyer Ed Chernoff declined to comment.
Murray had known Jackson and treated him and his children occasionally in recent years but was working for AEG at the time of the singer’s death, Chernoff has said and the complaint states.
The AEG agreement would have covered Murray’s work while Jackson was preparing for the London shows and throughout the concerts last summer.
“AEG hired, directed, controlled and demanded Dr. Conrad Murray, a medical doctor, to medicate Michael Jackson, provide Jackson with dangerous medical services, and to give Michael Jackson controlled substances and other drugs without providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation equipment or nursing assistance as it had promised in writing it would provide,” the complaint states.
Murray’s request for the medical equipment and assistant were first made to a concert tour business manager, an e-mail message shows.
The request was later mentioned in Murray’s contract. The language stated AEG “shall provide Dr. Murray for his use during the term with medical equipment requested by Dr. Murray to assist him in performing the services as approved by (AEG).”
The equipment is described as a “portable cardio pulmonary resuscitation unit (‘CPR Machine’), saline, catheters, needles, a gurney and other mutually approved medical equipment necessary for the Services.”
The complaint states Murray signed the document a day before Michael Jackson’s death.
An e-mail sent to Murray during the negotiations explained a delay in the contract’s drafting because it was a “rare event” for a physician to be hired to care for a singer on tour.
E-mails also show the contract was still being reworked two days before Jackson’s death, which happened a week before he was to travel to London for the “This Is It” shows.
A spokeswoman for the California Medical Board said complaints filed to the agency are confidential unless it takes any action. The board receives 8,000 complaints a year, according to its website.
Joe Jackson’s attorney, Brian Oxman, confirmed he filed a complaint with the California Medical Board but declined to discuss it.
In his complaint, Joe Jackson – who has repeatedly criticized AEG Live since shortly after his son’s death – accuses the promoter of agreeing to pay Murray vastly more than he was making so that it could exert control over his medical decisions.
Joe Jackson’s filing cites a 2008 income declaration by Murray in a child support proceeding in which the cardiologist stated he earned only $3,300 per month.
The Jackson family patriarch is also contemplating a wrongful death lawsuit against Murray.
Copyright © 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.
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However, I do tend to believe that if indeed MJ was murdered, by high-profile, or powerful individuals, it would have been done so so as not to lead to suspicions of murder. There are too many weird “consequenses” in this case for anyone NOT to question, including the fact that it was propofol that “killed’ him. As a murderer, not wanting this to be thought of as a murder, I’d make sure it appeared he’d overdosed on pain killers, or just regular sleeping pills. Dying of an unusual drug, which most people never heard of, and especially at the hands of a cardiologist who apparently didn’t do proper CPR, rings huge alarm bells in my head, leading me to investigate further, something which a murderer would not want…
It is now almost a year since the news of Michael Jackson’s sudden death hit the media on June, 25 2009 – an incident that changed the public image of the late superstar completely. “Everybody’s weirdo” turned within hours into everyone’s angel. And the media turned from negative propaganda and ignorance to promoting countless t.v specials and new DVD releases over several months after his death. The sudden publicity gave his devoted fan community many new members. People needed to talk about their loss. Many new internet forums popped up like mushrooms in Autumn, to fill the empty space in people’s hearts that Michael Jackson left behind.
Whilst for the majority, life went back to normal after the mass media moved its focus away from Michael Jackson to more profitable news, the speculations about the circumstances of his death kept boiling over in the fan communities on the internet. Private investigators and cutting-edge researchers brought more and more details of Michael Jackson’s life and death to light in an attempt forge a clearer picture of the reason behind his unexpected death. Early speculations included the theory that Michael Jackson had been assassinated by the American or Russian Secret Service with the help of Electromagnetic Radiation Weapons (EMR). Another theory was his supposed planned statement during his upcoming concerts in which he wanted to warn the world about mass vaccinations being used as a mass genocide program by the secret world government. Jane Burgermeister, who herself worked as a public advocate of the mass genocide theory, and who was supposed to be connected to Michael Jackson, later denied in an interview with Project Camelot ever meeting Michael Jackson knowing anything about his being involved in a anti-vaccination campaign.
Although there was a wide interest in all kinds of speculations on the internet, the mainstream media only picked a few of them to present to the masses. Not the speculations about his murder. Not the ones that talked about criticism about mass vaccination, but the ones that spoke about Michael Jackson’s ghost being spotted at Neverland and his diamante glove going under the hammer.
Soon, the myriad of speculations on the internet were overshadowed by the one giant theory – Michael Jackson faked his own death. And he will be back for the biggest show ever! Internet forums solely dedicated to this very topic became the most popular place for Michael Jackson fans to find new hope. Michael Jackson suddenly turned from a victim into a hero, from a King into a God or an Angel.
Dedicated fans promised Michel’s return for the one year anniversary of his death. Others interpreted a secret plan into the words he spoke near the end of the movie “This Is It”: “we have three years to get it right”. Which would be around the time of the famous year 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar, and for many people, the end of the world as we know it. So, Michael Jackson was supposedly still alive, hiding, playing games with the media, giving hints to his fans. The vast majority of fans followed this new fashion, whilst the possible murder speculations of the early days after his death became very quiet. The internet was now dominated by the “Michael Is Alive” fan army, that fiercely guarded this theory and refused to allow anything remotely mortal get within an inch of their living angel.
Is it just in our human nature to hold onto beloved things, or was this theory supported by the people who murdered Michael Jackson?
Nobody from the mass media was asking the question about a possible murder at first, and that would have probably been ideal for some people, but something must have happened and the question started being raised by his own family. The statements by Jackson family members about their speculations of a possible murder couldn’t be kept under the carpet. So, a solution had to be found to cover up the activities of the real murderer(s).
The murderer(s) needed a fall guy. And, because we, the masses, never think more that we really need to (which is normally not much because we are conditioned to receiving everything that’s given to us as finished opinion since childhood), they thought, “let’s just make it easy for them and take the doctor that was there that night, Dr. Conrad Murray. And let’s just repeat it often enough that he is the murderer until it becomes a common fact.”
How is it possible that all facets of the media are blowing the same horn? Is it possible that there is a network all across our society that works in secrecy on a common agenda? Or perhaps just a network of people who do favours for each other and help each other out of trouble? In any way, the mass media is an extremely powerful instrument and it wouldn’t be the first time it has been misused for propaganda and disinformation.
Michael Jackson himself was a very connected man, although our public picture of him as a private person is the one of an introverted and almost shy personality, who liked to be left alone in his dreamland at Neverland. But if we take a closer look at the people who surrounded him during his whole life, we find deep connections to the underworld and secret societies. Although the Mafia and the Freemasons don’t appear to be the same kind of animal at first glance, one has to admit that the internal structure of both organisations and networks is very similar. Both are governed by a strict hierarchy, both have similar initiation rites, and both work in the shadows of the society. Even the dress code seems to be similar. Same thing, different flavours.
Michael Jackson was deeply influenced by the Mafia and the Freemasons in his artwork. Gangster video-clips, Freemason symbolism all over the place. Was this just some quirk of his, because he liked gangster movies and because he read about the Freemasons in one of his thousands of books? Just something he found cool?
It might be, but if we take a closer look at his connections, it appears that his interest in the Mafia and Freemasonry was more than a passing fad.
As already written about in some of our previous articles, Michael Jackson was connected to several underground figures through some of his close friends and business partners.
Brian Everett, a private investigator who worked on a case to discredit Michael Jackson in 1993, says this about Michael’s Mafia connection:
“Michael Jackson’s family was in a world of organised crime, and had been, for years. Jermaine was married to Berry Gordy’s kid, this is the founder of Motown Records. This was back in 1973, you don’t need to search too deep to see this is an organised crime connection. One of Motown’s big names was, Barbra McNair, her husband was shot dead in his Las Vegas home in 1976, a mob hit victim, He was a known FBI informant. Where do you think Steve Wynn of the Golden Nugget and the Mirage Casino got the money to start the casinos? I think this is a ‘no brainer’. And the list goes on and on.”
The London Daily News wrote in June last year:
“Speculation is building that Michael Jackson was targeted by members of the mafia in Los Angeles in what was believed an attempt by various disgruntled creditors to recover millions of dollars of money owed on failed business ventures. Sources in Los Angeles believe various “high-ranking” members of the underworld had been given orders to approach Michael Jackson in an attempt to recover money given the stars apparent rise in fortunes. The star is believed in an act of desperation may have overdosed on sleeping pills in a desperate last ditch attempt to avoid a gruelling 50 date tour in London and confrontations with the underworld. An autopsy of Michael Jackson is likely to take place in the next few days, with funeral arrangement yet to be confirmed.”
Brian Everett also says that during his time working for the film and music industry, he learned that the Mafia connections run very deep:
“The music industry is a mafia….this is historic fact, no need to doubt it, just read the history…..My boss the PI that first started the case against MJ, was an FBI organised crime informant [also a historic fact: "Casino" the movie is about some of the people that did not like my Boss]……Berry Gordy and Johnny Gee…..”they don’t know connected guys”…HaHaHaHa!!!….why help the cover-up?…..Johnny Gee is Rebbie Jackson and her Dad’s good friend.
[…]when we buy a CD, it is not in our thoughts, that so much of the music world is part of organised crime. This is why Michael was so easy for them to target. Years later, He started to know what was pushing him around, and then it got dangerous!.”
That was 1993, when Michael Jackson was publicly accused of child molestation for the first time. Was he targeted by underground figures who wanted him publicly destroyed so as to get onto his money?
of mafia boss Meyer Lansky
Brian adds, “Organised Crime….It comes in all flavours, and the record business would not be what it is without it. Decca Records and the Jukebox teamed-up in 1934, and mined gold out of poverty. This is the true starting point. But next, Frank Sinatra and his “friends” started Reprise Records. In 1960, it became part of Warner Music. ‘The Boys’ in Florida and New York controlled this action. [anything that says different, is just a front.] MCA is the other big name. In the early days, it became Universal. MCA…this history cannot be hidden because of Moe Dalitz, Melvin Belli and Meyer Lansky, these guys all play a part in the Jackson Family history[…]Warner Chappell Music Division manages the MiJac Catalog for the Jackson Family [and always did]. So, do some reading, if this is interesting?. Your view of Michael Jackson’s world will change. Now please go to the news stories about Tommy James [of "Crimson and Clover" fame] and the Mob, his history will soon be a major film. What changes in the public’s opinions would we see, if the [Jackson] family is part of organised crime?.”No no!” you say, “they were victims.” All of them?[…]Melvin Belli was very good friends with Moe Dalitz, “Mr. Mafia” of the MCA Record Co. Oh, and if you don’t know? this is “Universal” and part of the Mafia history i think we all should know.”
And what about one of the most hated people in the Michael Jackson community, Tommy Mottola? He and Michael Jackson had a lengthy relationship as business partners, and a huge falling out in 2001. Michael Jackson was so upset over a dispute about the promotion of his album “Invincible” that he canceled his contract with Sony and left. He publicly called Tommy Mottola, back then CEO of Sony, a devil and a racist. He went on aworldwide campaign speaking to his fans about the way he was treated at Sony, as seen on several fan videos on the internet.
Salvador Astucia, author of several books on the subject of assassinations, says about Tommy Mottola:
“For the record, I wish to state my view on Michael Jackson’s harassment and death based on substantial research regarding the last 17 years of his life and his tragic death in June 2009. Here goes: ‘There is no question that a murder contract was placed on Michael Jackson by Tommy Mottola, former head of Sony, and Abe Foxman, head of the Anti-Defamation League.’”
In 1975, Mottola founded the Don Tommy Enterprises. Brian Everett says:
” ‘Don’…it is a nice nick-name for him…It makes you wonder, is it possible that some of the MJ history is not hidden, but just not talked about? If the Mob was part of MJ’s story, who would talk about it? A person that knows the information, is going to be a person that can’t say too much about it. And I think the public is so dense, that no amount of hints will ever spark public interest in this “possible connection”. So I would guess that the truth might be a forever hidden victim of the public’s innocents. Let us look at the elements: The Music Business, Organised Crime, Las Vegas, Teamsters, and the people that fit into this grouping? No! that can’t be important!!! Michael Jackson and LaToya/Jack Gordon, only come to Las Vegas for the buffets! “I KNOW THIS IS TRUE” [being a Teamster in the Movie Business, and working for the casino's…plus working as a private investigator in Las Vegas, I KNOW the power of the buffet counter.]“
Regardless of how true or real the Mafia connections in the music business are, one would be right to wonder why we never hear about them in the mass media. This is either because it is all nonsense, or because the connections run so deep into the media network that they are able to influence all major media outlets to not cover such a story. A secret network of friends, a club, structured maybe like the Freemasons. If this is true, did Michael Jackson know about the secret network?
There is not much known to us of Michael’s direct connection to secret societies like the Freemasons. But their secret occult symbolism has been very present in his artwork throughout his career. Michael Jackson is of course not the only popular artist who used symbols of secret societies, and not every pyramid or every pillar means that the person filmed and photographed with it is an active member of an occult circle. But the symbolism in Michael Jackson’s artwork is too obvious to be just a coincidence or a fashion.
The motive for murder could be speculated about until the end of time, or until the murderer’s confession. What are the common motives for a murder? Hate, jealousy, money, power? I can’t say much about hate and jealousy with regards to Michael Jackson. I would say that nobody who was very close to him could have been in a position to hate or to be jealous enough to want to kill him. Maybe a religious fanatic who disliked his image of a child molester. But it’s not likely that some stranger just decided to dedicate his life to get into Michael Jackson’s house and into his life to finally kill him. Probably not even for money and power.
It is more likely that is was someone around him. Someone he knew. His business partners, friends, family? This is, without pointing the finger at anybody, the most common circle in which to find a murderer. But as far as i know, none of these close people have ever been investigated by the police or the FBI. Why? And why is everybody so quick to point the finger at Dr. Conrad Murray?
Who is Dr. Murray anyway, and how was he able to get into Michael Jackson’s life? Not much is known about his past, and the information that’s available doesn’t always match. His age for example, varies between 52 and 56. In videos, he appears like a puppet, an empty drone, or, what probably hits the nail on the head the most accurately, a stool pigeon. Put there by hard-working hit men, paid by the people who don’t want the truth ever getting into the news.
Is Dr. Murray an MK-Ultra slave, a mind control victim, a split personality, created by a secret group and kept available for a case like this, to work as a cover?
Photos from his lawyer’s website show Dr. Murray wearing Freemason symbols. Is this a lead worth following, or just another cover?
Dr. Murray’s case will be in court again soon and the masses of fans will keep shouting for justice. But, one question will remain in the back of our minds: What if Dr. Conrad Murray was not the murderer?
I came across these videos in http://lilwendy.wordpress.com/. Makes you really think…
Joe Jackson, the father of the late Michael Jackson, has urged fans of the King of Pop to show restraint in as the trial of his son’s doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray, begins.
Michael Jackson, even in death, has an extremely large and dedicated fan base. It is a fan base that is very vocal and demonstrative in its support for Michael Jackson. In many ways, the sheer numbers and commitment of
Jackson’s fans have led to the many high profile posthumous awards and gestures of recognition that has come his way in recent months.
Since his passing, Michael Jackson has been honored by the Grammy Awards, had his Captain EO ride re-opened at Disneyland, and had growing numbers of tributes on social networking sites such as Facebook; all just to name a few.
While surely appreciative of the efforts of his fans, Joe Jackson, however, is urging them to focus their efforts and energies on peaceful demonstrations and tributes dedicated to Michael Jackson.
In a letter addressed to Michael Jackson’s fans, Joe Jackson wrote about the upcoming trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, “”We would like to urge fans that are planning to attend to please do so in peace, unity and love for Michael. There should be NO violence, NO slander, NO yelling, and NO bad-mouthing or name-calling of Murray or his supporters…By calling names, we are lowering ourselves to their level.”
Joe Jackson himself is no fan of Dr. Conrad Murray; he has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the doctor himself.
But it could very well be that Joe Jackson is accomplishing two objectives with this letter to his son’s fans. One, he could feel that he is honoring Michael Jackson’s legacy by focusing on love and peace rather than hate and rancor. He also could have another motive as well. He might believe that if he takes the high road and urges millions of Michael Jackson fans to do the same, he stands a better chance of winning his court case, as public and court sentiment may strengthen if he is perceived as handling everything the ‘right’ way.
Reaction in the Michael Jackson fan community tonight to Joe Jackson’s comments is mixed. There is still a great deal of anger and sense of loss when Michael Jackson’s fans think about the late
King of Pop. To hear from anybody that they should contain their feelings is difficult for many to accept. That said, there is also a recognition that no matter how unfair Michael Jackson’s death may have been, the ultimate tribute to him is to stay above the fray and maintain a focus on peace and justice.
As Dr. Conrad Murray’s trial begins in the upcoming weeks, it will be interesting to see if Michael Jackson’s fan base heeds the advice of his father, Joe Jackson.