Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

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Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 05, 2013, 07:19:31 AM
Hello everyone,

I was always wondering how it was possible for Conrad Murray to call the Media. Now we have the answer.

http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2013/05/michael-jackson-doctor-conrad-murray-has-telephone-in-jail-cell/#.UYLVo4yckuE.twitter

Maybe he has PC and TV too. How comfortable.
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 05, 2013, 09:12:51 AM

Well of course he has a cell phone.  That is more important to him than monitoring patients or getting help for them because he has to speak to several women, being the ladies man that he obviously is.  Oh, but he will record his patients on his cell "unknowingly" when they're all "drugged up".  And he needs the phone to repeatedly declare his innocence on tv shows, and sometimes sing.  Oh AND he needs to leave random voicemails about how awful prison is because one can only play so many games on a cell phone before they start to go stir crazy and start losing use of their limbs and whatnot.

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 05, 2013, 11:08:13 AM
@sweetangel: yep .. a computer, a 152 inches 3D tv, iPod and of course having brought in his baby mama's home cooked meals  :icon_geek:


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As one example of this dichotomy, for over a decade suburban jails in Southern California have been renting upscale cells to affluent people convicted of crimes in Los Angeles County. These pay-to-stay programs, also called self-pay jails, cost wealthy prisoners between $45 and $175 a day and include such amenities as iPods, cell phones, computers, private cells and work release programs. Some even let prisoners (who are referred to as “clients”) bring in their own food.


This nicer-jail-stay-for-pay scheme not only allows the rich and famous – as well as the more modestly affluent – to avoid the brutality, squalor, abysmal medical care and other unpleasant conditions typical in public jail systems. It also highlights the inequities of a two-track system of justice in the United States in which the wealthy enjoy privileges and perks behind bars while the poor are resigned to less comfortable and more dangerous conditions of confinement.

https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/22532_displayArticle.aspx
 
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 05, 2013, 05:35:04 PM
Strange kind of prisoner our Murray!!  :icon_lol:  :ghsdf:
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 05:30:56 AM
Well of course he has a cell phone.  That is more important to him than monitoring patients or getting help for them because he has to speak to several women, being the ladies man that he obviously is.  Oh, but he will record his patients on his cell "unknowingly" when they're all "drugged up".  And he needs the phone to repeatedly declare his innocence on tv shows, and sometimes sing.  Oh AND he needs to leave random voicemails about how awful prison is because one can only play so many games on a cell phone before they start to go stir crazy and start losing use of their limbs and whatnot.
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Everlasting, interesting! And the prisons can make a ton of money too. I read somewhere that the prisons with legal systems are run like an industry. They don't even want the prison population to decrease.

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“Dr. Murray was given a phone because of the resources it would take to take him out of his cell to take him to the pay phone were just tapping the already very limited jail resources,” said the source...
The disgraced cardiologist isn’t housed in the general population of the Los Angeles County jail because he is considered a “high value target” by other inmates because of his role in Jackson’s 2009 death.
What utter baloney!

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 08:12:33 AM
he can't even fit in the jail but got everything stuffed in it. wow...
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 09:07:51 AM
@sweetangel: yep .. a computer, a 152 inches 3D tv, iPod and of course having brought in his baby mama's home cooked meals  :icon_geek:


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As one example of this dichotomy, for over a decade suburban jails in Southern California have been renting upscale cells to affluent people convicted of crimes in Los Angeles County. These pay-to-stay programs, also called self-pay jails, cost wealthy prisoners between $45 and $175 a day and include such amenities as iPods, cell phones, computers, private cells and work release programs. Some even let prisoners (who are referred to as “clients”) bring in their own food.


This nicer-jail-stay-for-pay scheme not only allows the rich and famous – as well as the more modestly affluent – to avoid the brutality, squalor, abysmal medical care and other unpleasant conditions typical in public jail systems. It also highlights the inequities of a two-track system of justice in the United States in which the wealthy enjoy privileges and perks behind bars while the poor are resigned to less comfortable and more dangerous conditions of confinement.

https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/22532_displayArticle.aspx
 

In this article, the training manager for the National Sheriff's Association is named Mike Jackson  :icon_lol:...that's just funny. 

“It seems to be a little unfair,” said Mike Jackson, training manager for the National Sheriff’s Association. “Two people come in, have the same offense, and the guy who has money gets to pay to stay and the other doesn’t. The system is supposed to be equitable.”

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 07:05:35 PM


In this article, the training manager for the National Sheriff's Association is named Mike Jackson  :icon_lol:...that's just funny. 


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such a coincidence.. too funny!

and this Mike Jackson is right too.
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 09:51:18 PM
Hard to choose a favorite line from this article, but mine is this:

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Said the source: “Clearly complaining about having ‘explosive diarrhea’ has paid off for the doctor!”

I guess that's what happens when you're full of it.

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 06, 2013, 11:44:53 PM
@gwynned..... :thjajaja121: too funny indeed! 

His first meal behind bars was a cheese sandwich.........he's cheesy alright:

http://www.michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/forum/index.php/topic,21250.msg369351.html#msg369351

and this is about the *cough* explosive end of things:

http://www.michaeljacksonhoaxforum.com/forum/index.php/topic,22392.0.html

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 28, 2013, 08:11:28 PM
There's no way this man is in jail. A cellphone! Really?

On the Anderson Cooper interviews... while Anderson was giving the introduction, he specifically mentioned that CM was calling from jail via his iPhone. Why would you specifically mention the brand? To convince people of how unbelievable it is?

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 29, 2013, 02:19:59 AM
Product placement. iPhone has joined Coke, Skittles, Snickers as an [un]official sponsor of the hoax.
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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 29, 2013, 06:22:53 AM
Product placement. iPhone has joined Coke, Skittles, Snickers as an [un]official sponsor of the hoax.

I've suspected the (ahem) 'recently deceased' Steve Jobs has been involved in this hoax for some time and have noticed product placement of the iPhone for some time.  Not to one up you or anything, Bec   :bearhug:   My guess, too, is that Jobs has been involved in helping orchestrate this hoax from a technical standpoint.  And wasn't he one of the crazy ones?

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Re: Call The Doctor! Or, He’ll Call You

  • on: May 29, 2013, 12:51:05 PM
Product placement. iPhone has joined Coke, Skittles, Snickers as an [un]official sponsor of the hoax.

Now that you talk about it I remember to have read in an interview made to Kai Chase that Michael gave her an iPod Touch with all his music as a present. Might Michael hold shares with Apple? I remember somebody said that the pic Back used was related to MacBooks.
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