No defibrulator present on 6-25

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Offline bec

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Re: No defibrulator present on 6-25

  • on: December 21, 2009, 06:53:11 PM
Reports are that Murray was performing CPR, albeit with one arm and on a bed.

Additionally, reports were circulated that MJ had been "dead" for hours pre 911 call, that EMTs wanted to pronounce dead at the scene, that Murray overruled them and forced them to transport to the hospital....

... all rumors that to me seem designed to cover up inconsistancies such as:
-no emergency lights on the ambulance,
-slow driving,
-no life saving actions witnessed upon arrival to UCLA, no IV, no CPR, no rush,
-not signing the DEATH CERTIFICATE at UCLA but instead making it a coronor's case,
-no UCLA doc wanting to make a statement.....

SO.

WHY NO DEFIB THEN IF HE WAS SO "DEAD"???

Why aren't we zapping the crap out of the stiff? It's MICHAEL JACKSON...

These reports seem to want to have it both ways. Upon EMT arrival/UCLA addmission, he was "dead" enough to necessitate no hurry OR he was alive enough to require no defib.

We ARE being tested by this hoax. Are we going to believe what we hear in the news when it doesn't make any sense at all?
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Offline DontBelieveTheHype

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Re: No defibrulator present on 6-25

  • on: December 21, 2009, 06:59:49 PM
Yep yep Bec!!!! They felt no need to recusitate him when he was at home.. But when he arrived at the hospital ''a team of doctors and nurses'' worked on him for over an hour. As Jermaine put it so nicely into words.  :?:
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JUST BECAUSE YOU READ IT IN THE MAGASINE OR SEE IT ON THE TV-SCREEN DONT MAKE IT FACTUAL.

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Re: No defibrulator present on 6-25

  • on: December 21, 2009, 07:06:25 PM
How do we know, he refused that the paramedics used the defib? Who said that?
I'm pretty sure, they are not allowed to follow his instructions, unless they contribute.

And did we get a time of death from the coroner?
The last thing reported was, that he was dead for hours, when paramedics arrived, right?
That means - no faint pulse. Not for the paramedics, not for a nurse at the hospital - these would be false reports.

Just emailed Ed Winter about the time of death.

@bec - in the only moving footage of the arrival at UCLA, it looks like there's someone sitting on the stretcher to perform CPR. "It looks like" - well, the video is very blurry. I think tis_ruthy (is she here??) made a slowed down version of it.

That's my version of the footage. It's a bit quicker than Ruth's, but you still may see the right arm of the supposed EMT doing CPR in the second half of the vid.
[youtube:2ty82soc]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLLZ0HDojsg[/youtube:2ty82soc]
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