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Michael Jackson may have been Murdered

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It has been revealed in the few hours that the Los Angeles Police Department are now treating the death of Michael Jackson ‘as Homicide’.  The report came from, the website that officially reported Jackson’s death, so I am sure it is fairly accurate.

Mr Jackson's Doctor, Conrad Murray

Mr Jackson's Doctor, Conrad Murray

The man at the centre of the case is Conrad Murray, Mr Jackson’s personal doctor who had been treating him for various ailments in the weeks running up to his death.  Another is Arnold Klein, his dermatologist.

Murray was soon on the scene after Michael was found on his bed, not breathing but with a pulse.   Murray commenced CPR immediately, but he did it on a bed, not the floor.  Therefore most of the benefit of CPR would have been lost due to the ‘bounce’ of the bed.  He left the scene shortly after Mr Jackson’s body was taken away, and apparently nobody, police or ambulance, made an attempt to stop him.  He later made a statement to police.

Little is known about Mr Murray, I refrain at this time to refer to his as Doctor, as his licensed position remains unclear. He is not board-certified but he did graduate the Meharry Medical college in Tennesee in 1989.   His clinic was closed down in 2002 and his partner had his medical license revoked.  In 1993 he had been declared bankrupt.



The contents of Mr Jackson’s medicine locker have been the subject of much interest.  He was presrcibed Proporfol, for insomnia.  This is a non-barbituate drug that is used in general anesthesia, it just knocks you out stone cold.  The Jackson family have been concerned about Mr Jackson’s use of the painkillers Demerol and  OxyContin.  He also is alleged to use Xanax, and Zofolt, drugs used against anxiety and depression.

All this has led to a lot of questions being asked by Mr Jackson’s family.  One member, LaToya, has come right out and accused Mr Jackson’s doctors of Murder.  A lot of questions, at this time, remain unanswered.


Written by Nick Gilmartin

July 15, 2009 at 5:10 pm

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  1. Are NOT treating or are NOW treating??? LOL
    Read your post again mate!


    July 15, 2009 at 8:05 pm

    • Oops well spotted!

      It’s been a long day….

      Nick Gilmartin

      July 15, 2009 at 8:16 pm

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