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Aphrodite J. interview with Dr. Tracey, who tried to MJ in Ireland.
Aphrodite Jones interviews Dr. Patrick Tracey, the doctor who treated Michael during his stay in Ireland. It was also his friend and has always talked about the humanitarian side of Michael. While in this video interview only rotates about medical issues related to the trial of Murray.

In this link are the two parts of the interview.
With Aphrodite Jones True Crime: Michael Jackson's Drug Use: Video: Investigation Discovery

Also on youtube:
Part I: YouTube - Aphrodite Jones .. Questioning Michael's Drug Use
Part II: YouTube - Aphrodite Jones On The Conrad Murray Defense

Here begins the translation of the video:

Part I:

"Dr. Patrick Treacy Medical Director of the Ailesbury Clinic in Ireland and a renowned surgeon estético.Trató Michael Jackson in Ireland, from July 2006 to early 2007. Was a friend of Michael.

- Aphrodite Jones: Did you only doctor while living in Ireland?
- Patrick Treacy: I was the only doctor, who knows and I think I would have known whether there had been another doctor as if he had drugs in the house. But certainly he had no sleep problems than I knew.


- Aphrodite: The theory of defense in the case of Conrad Murray MJ (...) after the trial was like a lost soul who was an insomniac and I needed drugs to sleep. Did you this, as her doctor when I lived in Ireland?
- Dr. Tracey: I never saw such a thing, you know. He never prescribed any medication for insomnia. I was at home on many occasions. I never saw any drugs at home.
- Aphrodite: Wait a minute, you say you never saw any container (vial) of propofol, no intravenous sedation?
- Dr. Tracey: Absolutely nothing.


- Aprhodite: Another theory of defense is that MJ was very familiar with propofol, which MJ was therefore the ability for self-injection with propofol. What is your reaction to this?
- Dr. Tracey: Every time Michael ever used propofol with us was in the presence of anesthesiologists, and he always asked for his presence.
- Aprhodite: Was there an opportunity for you or someone you administer propofol without an anesthesiologist and he insisted on having one?
-Dr. Tracey: Right. There was a time I had to go to Michael's house. It was a few days before he met the Queen at the opening of Casino Royale. Michael, after some of its procedures was an area (in your face ...) I will not go into great detail to avoid breaking the confidentiality of Michael at all, but it goes without saying that this area was very hypersensitive and should be addressed .... I could not get an anesthesiologist to go home that night. I myself could have given Midazolam, which is one of the drugs found in his body. I could have reversed its effects Anexate (= Flumazenil: benzos antagonist). But he refused even to that, I find it strange that Michael go to someone who certainly was not using the drug that I knew, other than the insomniac that I met, who died suddenly of a type of drug-ICU IV (intravenous - unit intensive care). It would be very rare that a doctor will use a combination of propofol benzodiazepan and environment together out of intensive care unit or with a qualification in anesthesiology.


Part II:

- Aphrodite: It will be a smear campaign against GM by the defense team of Conrad Murray.
- Dr. Tracey: I think it is already starting, it was predictable. One of the reasons why I'm doing this interview in New York now is the fact that I think Michael's legacy is being tarnished, and (as) someone who was a friend ... I am very saddened to think that nobody knew in truth when I met Michael Jackson.
- Aphrodite: The fact that present any evidence to say it was a "drug-addict" (it says sarcastically), I asked a doctor and the only one who had during the months he lived in Ireland ... "Michael asked some kind of drugs?
- Dr. Tracey: Of course not.
- Aphrodite: And as someone who knows and understands what would be the signs and symptoms of someone who is addicted: Did you see some in MJ?
- Dr. Tracey: Of course not. . I can only speak about the period when I met him in Ireland, and of course, during that time they never asked me any controlled substances. He never had any in the house, which I recorded and certainly never acted like I had any - in my humble opinion, medical and nonmedical.

- Aphrodite: What was your first reaction when he realized that MJ had really gone?
- Dr. Tracey: It was with amazement. That someone so young, just 50 years, you know ... had died. I knew there must be a reason.
- Aphrodite: Is it possible to become addicted and in a completely different person after leaving Ireland?
- Dr. Tracey: You know, of course, is possible, but could not see why that would happen, but it would be inappropriate of me not to take into account all possible aspects.



- Aphrodite: The autopsy report said that MJ was basically right, except in relation to his lungs, bronchial status. He was a dancing, moving, singing ... dancing body, flexible ... from all reports indicate that he was a healthy man.
- Dr. Tracey: Yes, the report concludes that. And of course, during the period that I met Michael, he certainly had a good physical health. So for a 50 year old person dies, out of nowhere, like I almost have to be about something that happened, the fact that we say died from a drug, in a way, it made sense to me. I knew I was healthy enough, he would not die of a heart attack out of nowhere.


- Aphrodite: The inconsistency of the 911 call, the idea that there were a number of minutes that elapsed between the time that MJ was "not breathing" in the words of Conrad Murray, at the time the paramedics were called was a lot of time was lost there.
- Dr. Tracey: Sure.
- Aphrodite: What does this suggest about the levels of care and care provided? What would I do if I had been practicing medicine the way they are expected to exert a doctor?
- Dr. Tracey: I guess we just do not know all the circumstances and probably will in court.
- Aphrodite: The bodyguard who appeared in Michael's room Conrad Murray described practicing CPR with one hand. Is that even logical?
- Dr. Tracey: I was not there when Dr. Murray was in the room trying to perform CPR, but usually you need two hands to do so. We know from the autopsy report at the end someone did because there was adequate CPR fractures (ester - and cost at least 3.). It seems a little odd that a cardiologist perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation that way. So, we should prepare for rough waters ahead. This will be "W --- J-, the druggie nerd" and you know, many people will believe it. "
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There will be damned ... because there is guilty ... this is what I think ... God bless you all ...
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Quote from: "nadialorens"
There will be damned ... because there is guilty ... this is what I think ... God bless you all ...


God bless you too.
I understand to your thoughts and feelings..... :(
Thank you for the written interview.

By the way, Welcome to us (additional) :)
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There will be damned ... because there is guilty ... this is what I think ... God bless you all ...


God bless you too.
I understand to your thoughts and feelings..... :(
Thank you for the written interview.

By the way, Welcome to us (additional) :)

Thank you for having me! basically I have a lot of info in Spanish, my language. Try to translate some of the reports, apologize for my bad English. Kiss
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There will be damned ... because there is guilty ... this is what I think ... God bless you all ...


God bless you too.
I understand to your thoughts and feelings..... :(
Thank you for the written interview.

By the way, Welcome to us (additional) :)

Thank you for having me! basically I have a lot of info in Spanish, my language. Try to translate some of the reports, apologize for my bad English. Kiss

No need to apologize!
I can not even very good English but I try to learn better. (I have a lot of mistakes) :lol:  

We already understand ;)  :)

Thanks again
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I saw this interview on the website. I feel that Aphrodite Jones is seeking the truth just as she did during MJ's trial. She said that the autopsy report indicated bed soars all over MJ's body.  She asked Dr Tracey was it possible that MJ could become drug addict after 2007. Dr. Tracy said it could be possible. I think she knows the truth about MJ.
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Quote from: "techdiva"
I saw this interview on the website. I feel that Aphrodite Jones is seeking the truth just as she did during MJ's trial. She said that the autopsy report indicated bed soars all over MJ's body.  She asked Dr Tracey was it possible that MJ could become drug addict after 2007. Dr. Tracy said it could be possible. I think she knows the truth about MJ.


You think MJ became addicted? I do not think, based on its fight against drugs as it did in Moowalker ... unless they have incited to do so ...
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I saw this interview on the website. I feel that Aphrodite Jones is seeking the truth just as she did during MJ's trial. She said that the autopsy report indicated bed soars all over MJ's body.  She asked Dr Tracey was it possible that MJ could become drug addict after 2007. Dr. Tracy said it could be possible. I think she knows the truth about MJ.


You think MJ became addicted? I do not think, based on its fight against drugs as it did in Moowalker ... unless they have incited to do so ...
No I know he didn't become addicted. Dr. Tracey said during the time he had treated MJ, MJ never asked him for drugs. I feel that Aphrodite is trying to put the pieces together.
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Quote from: "techdiva"
I saw this interview on the website. I feel that Aphrodite Jones is seeking the truth just as she did during MJ's trial. She said that the autopsy report indicated bed soars all over MJ's body.  She asked Dr Tracey was it possible that MJ could become drug addict after 2007. Dr. Tracy said it could be possible. I think she knows the truth about MJ.


You think MJ became addicted? I do not think, based on its fight against drugs as it did in Moowalker ... unless they have incited to do so ...
No I know he didn't become addicted. Dr. Tracey said during the time he had treated MJ, MJ never asked him for drugs. I feel that Aphrodite is trying to put the pieces together.

I like!  Thanks!
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