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timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 29, 2010, 04:11:11 PM
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How the news of Michael Jackson's final hours broke...

12.21pm (local LA time) (8.21pm BST) - Paramedics respond to a call at Jackson's home. He was not breathing when they arrived but had a personal physician with him. The paramedics performed CPR.
As this was happening: TMZ.com report Jackson, 50, suffered a heart attack and paramedics were unable to revive him
1pm (9pm) - Star's father Joe Jackson tells E! News 'he is not doing well.'
1.14pm (9.14pm) - Jackson arrives at hospital. A team of doctors attempt to resuscitate him for more than an hour.
1.35pm (9.35pm) – Jackson is in a coma and his family arrive at his bedside. Sister LaToya Jackson runs into the hospital sobbing.
1.45pm (9.45pm) - Hundreds of fans gather outside the hospital, anxiously waiting for news.

1.50pm (9.50pm) - 'He had a heart attack,' father Joe Jackson tells E! News by phone from Las Vegas. 'He is not OK.'
2.26pm (10.26pm) - Jackson is officially pronounced dead.
2.35pm (10.35pm) – Fire official tells LA Times that Jackson is in hospital. This is then reported by Associated Press
2.44pm (10.44pm) -  TMZ.com breaks news Jackson has died, leading Google to crash.
3.27pm (11.27pm) – AP reports that a person with knowledge of the situation says Michael Jackson has died
4.25pm (12.25am) - CNN reports Jackson has died after confirmation from coroner's ofifice

Jermaine Jackson holds a press conference at the hospital and confirms Michael died after having a heart attack
In the early hours Jackson’s body is transferred to L.A County Coroner's Office.
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The Channel 9 report on Jeff Goldblum's 'death'...



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... z0e2PTo5uX
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 29, 2010, 04:19:41 PM
This makes more sense to me that MJ had stopped breathing, but still a heart beat which is why he was on bed.  Murray wasnt performing CPR but he was assisting MJ breathing.
He then had heart attack when paramedics arrive....

makes sense to me.

randy phillips and frank dileo have both stated MJ was still being worked on in the hospital.

I hate to say it, but i am beginning to accept in my heart MJ may have passed.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 29, 2010, 04:48:29 PM
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How the news of Michael Jackson's final hours broke...

12.21pm (local LA time) (8.21pm BST) - Paramedics respond to a call at Jackson's home. He was not breathing when they arrived but had a personal physician with him. The paramedics performed CPR.
As this was happening: TMZ.com report Jackson, 50, suffered a heart attack and paramedics were unable to revive him
1pm (9pm) - Star's father Joe Jackson tells E! News 'he is not doing well.'
1.14pm (9.14pm) - Jackson arrives at hospital. A team of doctors attempt to resuscitate him for more than an hour.
1.35pm (9.35pm) – Jackson is in a coma and his family arrive at his bedside. Sister LaToya Jackson runs into the hospital sobbing.
1.45pm (9.45pm) - Hundreds of fans gather outside the hospital, anxiously waiting for news.

1.50pm (9.50pm) - 'He had a heart attack,' father Joe Jackson tells E! News by phone from Las Vegas. 'He is not OK.'
2.26pm (10.26pm) - Jackson is officially pronounced dead.
2.35pm (10.35pm) – Fire official tells LA Times that Jackson is in hospital. This is then reported by Associated Press
2.44pm (10.44pm) -  TMZ.com breaks news Jackson has died, leading Google to crash.
3.27pm (11.27pm) – AP reports that a person with knowledge of the situation says Michael Jackson has died
4.25pm (12.25am) - CNN reports Jackson has died after confirmation from coroner's ofifice

Jermaine Jackson holds a press conference at the hospital and confirms Michael died after having a heart attack
In the early hours Jackson’s body is transferred to L.A County Coroner's Office.
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The Channel 9 report on Jeff Goldblum's 'death'...



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ ... z0e2PTo5uX


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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 03:09:51 PM
why is daddy speaking to people on the phone at this concerning time, i dont think i would be doing this, but may be it is always publicity first, second and third. smile your on camera?
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 03:11:51 PM
i remember on the 10pm news they said that he was in hospital having difficulties breathing and when i woke up they said he was dead, it was Diana all over again
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 05:03:11 PM
Michael Jackson Death Investigation News
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"Events of June 25th, 2009
Thursday, June 25
12:30 AM

In an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN, Michael Bearden, Musical Director for the This Is It tour, recalled his last interaction with Jackson outside the Staples Center, as they were leaving:

“As a matter of fact, I had to stay and wait for MJ, because his car was blocking mine. So the Security Team was there, and he’s coming, and I’m looking at him like ‘Dude, I’m ready to go, I’m tired.’ And, he’s looking at me and says, ‘I’m sorry Bearden’ and he goes ‘Well, I’m gonna see you tomorrow?’ -- [Bearden responds] ‘Yeah, you happy today? It was a good day?’ and [Jackson] says ‘Yeah, yeah.’

[youtube:3ustxnw8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5e3-gFxKZ1c&feature=player_embedded[/youtube:3ustxnw8]
From the accounts indicated in the above video, and that of the LAPD Affidavits, it can reasonably be ascertained that Jackson reached his Holmby Hills estate between 1:00 and 1:15 AM Thursday morning. The average time for the 17 mile commute from the Staples Center to Jackson’s home on Carolwood Drive, without traffic, would be approximately 30 minutes.

1:00 -- 1:15 AM

Michael Jackson arrives home. By this time, he had been awake approximately 15 -- 16 hours. His day had included:

•Breakfast at 10:00 -- 10:30 AM breakfast
•Lunch with Prince, Paris, and Blanket at 12:30
•An at-home choreography session with Travis Payne, lasting approximately 2-3 hours
•An at-home vocal training session, lasting approximately 1 hour
•2 hours of pre-rehearsal meetings with Travis Payne, Kenny Ortega, Frank Dileo, and Ken Ehrlich
•6 hours of on-stage rehearsals
*more here on the events of June 24, 2009

Upon arriving home after this full day, he was greeted by Dr. Conrad Murray, who had arrived the night previous, per his usual time of 8:00 -- 9:00 PM.

1:30 AM

 Dr. Conrad Murray provides Jackson with a 10mg oral tablet of Valium, in order that he might sleep.
Valium (Diazepam) is in a class of drugs known as Benzodiazepines. It is most often used for the treatment of anxiety. Murray reported to the LAPD that Jackson did not fall asleep following the administration of this Valium dosage.  2:00 AM

Dr. Murray administers via injection, 2 mg of Lorazepam (Ativan) after dilution, pushed through an IV (intravenously). Lorazepam is also a Benzodiazepine, known to suppress the Central Nervous System and respiratory rate.

* Editor’s Note: This would mean that Dr. Murray had established an Intravenous line for the purpose of administering medications. This begs the question as to why an IV was left in place following this drug, if it was anticipated that Lorazepam would be sufficient to cause sleep.

In other words, why would a physician keep an IV in place for the administration of 1 injectible drug? Unless, perhaps, the physician anticipated administering more medications via IV. It appears the latter to be possibly the case, as subsequent IV injections did indeed, follow.

3:00 AM

Dr. Murray administers via injection, 2 mg of Midazolam (Versed) after dilution, pushed through an IV (intravenously). Midazolam
is also a Benzodiazepine, known to suppress the Central Nervous System and respiratory rate.

“Clinical experience has shown midazolam HCl to be 3 to 4 times as potent per mg as diazepam. Because serious and life-threatening cardiorespiratory adverse events have been reported, provision for monitoring, detection, and correction of these reactions must be made for every patient to whom Midzolam injection is administered, regardless of age or health status. Excessive single doses or rapid intravenous administration may result in respiratory depression, airway obstruction, and or [cardiac] arrest.”

Dr. Murray reported to LAPD that he was monitoring Jackson with only the use of an Oximeter.

5:00 AM

Dr. Murray administers via injection, another 2 mg of Lorazepam (Ativan) after dilution, pushed through an IV (intravenously). Once again, Lorazepam is also a Benzodiazepine, known to suppress the Central Nervous System and respiratory rate.



7:30 AM
Dr. Murray administers via injection, 2 mg of Midazolam (Versed) after dilution, pushed through an IV (intravenously). Once again, Midazolam is also a Benzodiazepine, known to suppress the Central Nervous System and respiratory rate.

This would be the last dose of Benzodiazepines, before Murray administered Propofol (Diprovan).


Note: At this point, Dr. Murray had administered 5 dosages of medications known to suppress the respiratory system. Over the course of 6.5 hours, between 1:00 and 7:30 AM, Dr. Murray had administered:


•Oral Valium, 10 milligrams
•Lorazepam, 2 milligrams via injection
•Midazolam, 2 milligrams via injection
•Additional Lorazepam, 2 milligrams, via injection
•Additional Midazolam, 2 milligrams, via injection
10:40 AM

Dr. Murray administers 25 mg of Propofol (Diprovan), after dilution with Lidocaine (Xylocaine), via an IV drip. Unlike the previous medications given by Murray, Propofol is an anesthetic. It does not induce sleep. Rather, it places the patient in an unconscious state.

Dr. Murray reported to LAPD detectives that Michael Jackson did “go to sleep” following the Propofol injection. Further, he states he monitored Jackson with only the use of an Oximeter; a small device placed on the finger of the patient for ascertaining pulse rate and oxygen levels. It was not stated if the Oximeter was fitted with an alarm to notify Murray if Jackson was in respiratory distress.

10:50 AM Ten minutes after administering the Propofol, which placed Jackson in an anesthetic state, Murray leaves Jackson’s side to go to the bathroom. He stated to LAPD detectives that he was gone “a maximum of ten minutes.”

10:52 AM Dr. Murray returns from the bathroom, and in his own words, stated to LAPD detectives that he found Jackson “no longer breathing” [viewable on page 10 of the LAPD Search Warrant Affidavit]. At this point, Murray reports to have:

•Immediately begun CPR -- cardiopulmonary resuscitation
•Injected .2 milligrams of Flumazenil (Anexate)
•Called Security with his cell phone to summon for help
Note: Flumazenil is commonly referred to as a “rescue drug.” It’s primary purpose is to treat the adverse effects of benzodiazepines and/or the overdose of benzodiazepines.

10:52 to 11:18 AM Dr. Murray administers CPR to Michael Jackson for 26 minutes.

During this time, Murray begins a series of phone calls, which he fails to report to the LAPD. He also stated to Paramedics and Dr. Cooper, head of the UCLA Emergency Department that he had “continuously administered CPR” from the point he found Mr. Jackson “no longer breathing” to when Paramedics took over treatment upon arriving on the property.

* Editor’s Note: It is curious that Dr. Murray would suggest he “continuously administered” CPR, given phone records support that Murray made a series of phone calls during such time.

Phone Calls which Murray Did Not Report to the LAPD:

11:18 AM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Calls his Las Vegas, Medical Office for 32 Minutes

11:49 AM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Calls Las Vegas Again for 3 Minutes

11:51 AM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Calls Houston, Texas for 11 minutes

11:49 AM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Calls his Las Vegas Again for 3 MinutesIn summary, thus far:

•26 minutes after Dr. Conrad Murray finds Jackson not breathing, he begins placing phone calls, via his mobile phone
•He then remains on the phone for a total of 49 minutes
•18 minutes pass
•Murray then places 2 additional phone calls, via his mobile phone.
*Editor’s Note: As indicated in the 911 call, Murray was administering CPR while Jackson was on the bed. It was stated that CPR on the bed was appropriate if a hand was placed under the patient’s back to stabilize the CPR compressions.

This would seem nearly impossible to do, with one hand holding a mobile phone during CPR.

However, if by chance, Dr. Murray was utilizing the mobile in speaker-mode during his phone calls, it too begs the question why he did not direct the person he was speaking to phone 911 on his behalf.

12:12 PM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Reports to have Called an Unknown Jackson Assistant for 1 Minute

12:13 PM -- Jackson is Not Breathing -- Dr. Murray Reports to have Called Michael Amir Williams (Security) for 4 Seconds

12:13 -- 12:18 PM

Dr. Murray finally, physically, summons for help. He runs to the hallway, down the stairs, and appears in the kitchen, and begins to usher commands to personal chef, Kai Chase.

According to Chase, “He comes down the stairs and he starts screaming frantically ‘Go get Prince, go get Security’ -- So at that point, I drop everything and run to the den, which is not too far from the kitchen, and proceed to go get Prince and Dr. Murray runs back upstairs. So, at this point, me and the children are downstairs.”

12:21 PM

Security personnel, Alberto Alvarez, attends to Kai Chase’s plea for help and runs to the aid of Jackson in the upstairs bedroom. Upon arrival, Alvarez immediately phones 911 from his mobile phone. During this phone call, Alvarez reports to the dispatcher, who is a Fireman, that Murray is administering CPR on the bed and that attempts to revive Jackson are not having a favorable result.

12:24 PM

After only 3 minutes and 17 seconds, medical rescue workers from Station #71 are on scene. Included are 4 Fireman and 6 Certified Paramedics. As they enter the residence and encouter Dr. Murray:

•He identifies himself and Michael Jackson’s personal physician
•States he has only administered Lorazepam
•States he has been adminstering CPR continuously since first finding Jackson not breathing.
Paramedics remain on-site at the Jackson residence for 42 minutes, in constant contact with UCLA Medical Center medical personnel, in an attempt to stabalize Mr. Jackson.12:30 PM -- Meanwhile -

A photographer from NPG (National Photo Group), who was assigned to follow Jackson, phoned NPG owner, Ben Evenstad saying, “An ambulance just went into the house.” Evenstad then calls 3 other photographers to get them on-scene and arrives on Carolwood Drive by 12:30 PM.

12:55 -- 1:05 PM -- Meanwhile -

Starline Tours happens upon the scene.

Note: The arrival of additional NPG photographers, as well as Starline Tours, speak to the growing intensity outside the property gates. The ambulance, soon to depart, would encounter this havoc.

1:06 PM

The ambulance begins to back-out of Jackson’s driveway -- carrying both Jackson, as well as Dr. Murray. The ambulance must manuever through the following onto the narrow, curved, 2 lane residential road outside the gates on Carolwood: Starline Tours, 5 NPG photographer vehicles, Station #71’s firetruck, as well as several other on-lookers.

1:14 PM

After a brief 8 minute commute, the ambulance arrives at UCLA Medical Center.

Dr. Murray is met by Dr. Cooper, the physician in charge of UCLA Medical Center’s Emergency Department.

Dr. Murray states to Dr. Cooper he “had given Jackson two separate 2 mg doses of Lorazepam during the course of the night.”

Dr. Cooper is not made aware by Murray that there were also 2 additional doses of Midazolam, totaling 4 milligrams via IV, as well as 25 mgs of Propofol via IV drip.

1:14 -- 2:26 PM

Dr. Cooper and her team attempt to revive Jackson for a period of 1 hour and 12 minutes.

2:26 PM




Video Timeline Summary of June 25, 2009

[youtube:3ustxnw8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8RbIv5PGrAE&feature=player_embedded[/youtube:3ustxnw8]
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 05:12:13 PM
If all this is true, then words fail me as to why Murray has yet to be arrested and has been allowed to continue working in the medical field.

It makes my heart so heavy.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 05:14:44 PM
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If all this is true, then words fail me as to why Murray has yet to be arrested and has been allowed to continue working in the medical field.

It makes my heart so heavy.

no no dont say that to me
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 05:21:17 PM
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If all this is true, then words fail me as to why Murray has yet to be arrested and has been allowed to continue working in the medical field.

It makes my heart so heavy.

no no dont say that to me

LOL...  i mean if this is true then why havent LAPD arrested him.. what more evidence do they need??????

Oddness all around.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 06:49:40 PM
This may have been answered already but if Murray was supposedly in the ambulance with MJ he would have shown up in that bogus pic they tried to say was real and someone would have seen him get out of the vehicle at the hosp and how they heck can he go missing for 2 days and no one see him leave there was millions of people there by then and he just poof gone! I say he was with Michael and they left the hosp together then Murray returned to act his part after making sure MJ was safe. Just a thought.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 09:20:44 PM
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This may have been answered already but if Murray was supposedly in the ambulance with MJ he would have shown up in that bogus pic they tried to say was real and someone would have seen him get out of the vehicle at the hosp and how they heck can he go missing for 2 days and no one see him leave there was millions of people there by then and he just poof gone! I say he was with Michael and they left the hosp together then Murray returned to act his part after making sure MJ was safe. Just a thought.

Frank Dileo said in an interview he saw Dr Murray at the hospital.. and i am sure Jermaine said it too.. so i think Murray was at the hospital.
And the story was that Murray went in the ambulance with MJ....    so how did Murray leave the hospital??  He had no car there with him if he went with the ambulance.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 09:39:36 PM
What's missing in the timeline from above is the "supposed" phone conversation Dr Murray had with his girlfriend. Also, didn't we hear that he called Dr Klein too? And, I guess a 4 second call would indicate he didn't speak to the head of security? Because if he had you'd think 911 would have been called at that time.  I also agree that if Dr Murray was in the ambulance wouldn't he have been in the photo too? And who picked him up from the hospital - because he would have needed a ride - but instead he just "disappeared". Hmm...even young children have more presence of mind when dealing with a crisis. I'm not saying, I'm just saying....

Murray was on the phone with his girlfriend as Michael Jackson was dying ... sources connected to the case tell TMZ.

We've learned Dr. Murray was on a cell phone with his girlfriend from Houston between 12:03 and 12:13 PM on June 25, 2009 -- the day Jackson died.

Sources say the girlfriend told LAPD detectives about 5 minutes into the call, she heard Dr. Murray abruptly drop the phone and then heard him administer CPR. The girlfriend said there was no indication Dr. Murray knew anything was amiss before dropping the telephone.

Sources say the girlfriend does not know if Murray was in the room with Jackson when he called her or if he walked in just before realizing MJ was in deep trouble.

The bodyguard called 911 at 12:21 PM, approximately 13 minutes after Dr. Murray dropped the phone.

It has been widely reported Dr. Murray was on the phone for 47 minutes before calling 911. It appears those calls were actually made before Dr. Murray realized Jackson was in distress.

http://www.tmz.com/tag/CPR/
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: January 30, 2010, 09:42:52 PM
To the above post..

just had a thought.. maybe the call to the girlfriend was to create an alibi...  "i will call my girlfriend and then drop the phone in shock".

That could have been all an act.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 02, 2010, 07:37:16 AM
Just for a second let's pretend this isn't a hoax.  What I don't understand, if the timeline is true, is how they are only supposedly charging Murray with involuntary manslaughter.  Even if he didn't mean to overdose MJ, if he would have called 911 as soon as he found him there is a good chance he could have been saved, especially since UCLA is known for their program of raising the dead.  Now why did he wait...because he knew he screwed up and was trying to cover his ass?  Then why tell the police that he found him not breathing over an hour before he called 911?  That is the part that really does not make sense to me.  And since he admitted to waiting an hour and a half before calling for help, and was found to be on his cell phone obviously not performing CPR, how is this not at the very least voluntary manslaughter?  And how the hell is he still practicing? :evil:  This has to be a bogus timeline or something is very wrong with the justice system.  I just hope something happens this week so we can finally see where this "investigation" is going.  Right now a hoax still seems to make the most sense.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 12, 2010, 07:07:41 PM
homicide

[youtube:3d8m3ls0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BcIuFQU_fk&NR=1[/youtube:3d8m3ls0]
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 12, 2010, 07:43:25 PM
Ok, but didn't TMZ report the death before michael was actually pronounced dead? And then it's the heart attack - cardiac arrest thing, didn't he die from cardiac arrest? So when did the cardiac arrest occur or am I mixing it all up? I agree with everyone above, if this is true how the hell is Murray still practicing?  :evil:  And the charges should definitely be harsher than involuntary manslaughter!
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 13, 2010, 06:06:33 AM
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Ok, but didn't TMZ report the death before michael was actually pronounced dead? And then it's the heart attack - cardiac arrest thing, didn't he die from cardiac arrest? So when did the cardiac arrest occur or am I mixing it all up? I agree with everyone above, if this is true how the hell is Murray still practicing?  :evil:  And the charges should definitely be harsher than involuntary manslaughter!

if mike is dead (i hope not) then the evidence must be weak) so they are doing what they think they can get a conviction on, and after that the laws and reg may change. but i understand that their are laws to prevent this already. but if you have money you can get anything. it has was been that way and it will not change. it pushes underground which is what this is.
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 13, 2010, 08:37:26 AM
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Ok, but didn't TMZ report the death before michael was actually pronounced dead? And then it's the heart attack - cardiac arrest thing, didn't he die from cardiac arrest? So when did the cardiac arrest occur or am I mixing it all up? I agree with everyone above, if this is true how the hell is Murray still practicing?  :evil:  And the charges should definitely be harsher than involuntary manslaughter!

if mike is dead (i hope not) then the evidence must be weak) so they are doing what they think they can get a conviction on, and after that the laws and reg may change. but i understand that their are laws to prevent this already. but if you have money you can get anything. it has was been that way and it will not change. it pushes underground which is what this is.

Yes you are right but does that explain the contradicting reports (TMZ announcement of death, cardiac arrest - heart attack)? The autopsy report shows that Michael had more propofol in his body than what Murray said he'd given him, idk how it works but wouldn't that be strong evidence to charge him for more than INVOLUNTARY manslaughter? Or is the autopsy report a fake? It's all very confusing  :?
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Re: timeline of MJ's death - as reported on media

  • on: February 13, 2010, 05:24:34 PM
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