Michael Jackson Death Hoax
This Is It- But was IT him?
It is very obvious that there appears to be more than one Michael Jackson performing in the recently released box office smash hit film of Jackson's tour rehearsal 'This Is It'.
But you might be amazed to hear that Michael's dad, Joe Jackson himself has even admitted there are body doubles heavily used in the footage
“This movie (This is It) features body doubles, no doubt about it. I think people will tear this movie apart.”
It's not just Joe though, the Heal the World star's sister, La Toya has “no plans” to watch the film and is said to be devastated by the possibility her brother’s last recorded performances are not genuine.
La Toya's business partner, Jeffre Phillips, told News of the World, “I don’t believe most of those shots were Michael. He wasn’t well enough. I’ve seen clips where I even thought, ‘That’s not Michael’s voice.’ It’s very upsetting for La Toya.”
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Jackson's last wishes discovered in notes 13/12/2009
The confused state of mind of the King of Pop only hours before he died has been revealed in a series of notes penned by the troubled star.
On Michael Jackson's gold framed mirror was a note reading "I am so grateful that I am a magnet for miracles.". This may indicate that Jackson was already seeking help for his addictions as it is a common phrase in US self-help programmes for recovering alcoholics to give them back self-esteem.
Pinned to Jackson's mirror, large handwriting read "Love, no violence ever!" below in smaller scrawl was "Remember a beautiful future promise of tomorrow."
It is thought that this may show how positive he was, even in the face of such addiction and troubled times.
Another note discovered nearby read "Do We Are The World in show", a baffling reminder to Jackson that he should feature his 1985 smash hit record in his upcoming show.
"Call Temperton" was also scrawled on a blue Post-it note, seemingly a reminder for Jackson to contact British Thriller and Rock With You co-writer Rod Temperton.
Jacko's link to wrestlers 12/09/2009
In a raid by Moore County Police, 262 of the same Vicodin painkiller pills believed to have contributed to the death of Michael Jackson, 180 Soma prescription pills, 555 milliliters of anabolic steroids, a residual amount of powder cocaine and other items of drug paraphernalia were seized from the property of WWE world champion, Jeff Hardy.
Hardy's charges are detailed as "felony trafficking in opium, two counts of felony possession with intent to sell or deliver a Schedule III controlled substance, felony maintaining a dwelling to keep controlled substance, felony possession of cocaine and misdemeanour possession of drug paraphernalia."
In true celeb style the wrestler spoke out on twitter saying: "A lot of exaggerations are out there today, don't believe everything you read 4 it is not true, I am at home and fine-thanks for your concern."
successful, Hardy's career has been patchy to say the least. In 2003
the hardman left WWE citing burn-out and needing to heal injuries,
however, WWE were rumoured to be irked by his refusal to attend rehab
to address drug issues.After resurfacing in 2005 Hardy was suspended in
2006 for not attending a big match against Raven and missing matches
became something of a habit in the years that followed.
Despite these turbulent times, Hardy's won his first major title in December 2008 at Armageddon and he has achieved two further stints as World Champion since then.
Jackson death certificate altered 02/ 09/ 2009
MIchael Jackson's death certificate has been changed in a dramatic turn around, it was revealed last night.
The revised document states that the 50-year-old Thriller star died from "acute intoxication" of surgical anaesthetic Propofol.
Dodgy doc, Dr Conrad Murray, who admitted to administering the anaesthetic on the fatal night, is now in particularly hot water as the certificate also details the cause of death as "intravenous injection by another".
Coroner officials have been clear from the outset that Propofol was not the only suspect medication found in Jacko's body, naming the sedative Lorazepam as another primary drug.
Jackson is due to be buried on Thursday evening at Forest Lawn, Glendale, California.
Jackson Autopsy Revealed 28/ 08/ 09
The LA Coroner report has just has just officially announced Michael Jackson's death to be Homecide by way of acute Propofol intoxication.
Also included in the report are details of other conditions contributing to death defined as "benzodiazepine effect." Benzodiazepines are a group of drugs used to treat anxiety and insomnia.
A full autopsy report was not released, just a press notice. It goes on:
The drugs Propofol and Lorazepam (Ativan) are identified as primary drugs responsible for Jacko's death.
Other drugs detailed were Midazolam (Versed), Diazepam (Valium), Lidocaine (topical anesthetic) and Ephedrine (used to treat hypotension associated with anesthesia).
The complete Coroner's report, including toxicology details, remains on security hold, due to instruction by the LAPD.
Jackson Heroin Shock 28/ 08/ 09
Previously unseen warrants, surrounding Jackson's 25 June death reveal that family members told a coroner's official "they had located a quantity of tar heroin in a bag in the decedent's bedroom".
The warrants, served by LA police shortly after Jackson's passing, were made public after authorities were asked to unseal four sets of search papers.
Despite a number of elements, including his emaciated figure, pointing to Jackson's use of the class A drug, it later transpired that the suspected Heroin was actually mouldy marijuana, court papers revealed.
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LATEST: Jackson pleaded for genes and drugs 27/ 08/ 09
Michael Jackson allegedly begged Dr Susan Etok, 32 to have kids with her in a desperate attempt to produce perfect children.
Etok, who has a Phd in bio-material engineering, rejected the King of Pop's plea for her genes, saying "If I have a child then it's my child forever. I want to be its mother."
The doctor also revealed that Jackson offered her £500,000 in the lead-up to his scheduled concerts at London's O2 arena if she could get him more of the powerful sedatives such as Propofol that he was hooked on.
Quacko calls mate as Jacko lay dead
Following yesterday's shock news that the investigation is being treated as Homecide, it has today been revealed that Jacko's dodgy quacko Dr Conrad Murray may have spent 47 minutes calling another Doctor, a lawyer and a mystery pal after the King of Pop stopped breathing.
Number one suspect, Murray, called the star's sklin specialist, Dr Arnold Klein, for advice as Jacko lay dying.
He also allegedly called a lawyer before eventually asking Jackson's security guard to call emergency services to his Los Angeles home.
Meddling Murray previously claimed he tried to revive the star, but court papers show that he spent 47 minutes making phone calls around the time Jacko died.
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BREAKING NEWS: Jacko Killed By Dodgy Quacko?
Authorities have today revealed that the investigation into the death of Michael Jackson IS a homecide investigation.
Dr Conrad Murray, Jackson's private physician hired as part of the massive 50 date London tour deal, is number one suspect in the investigation and has admitted to administering the likely fatal dose of surgical anaesthetic Propofol.
Further revealations have shocked Jackson fans worldwide including details of a number of other potentially dangerous drugs found at Michaels mansion: valium, tamsulosin, lorazepam, temazepam, clonazepam, trazodone and tizanidine.
The doctor's lawyer, Ed Chernoff, said: "Much of what was in the search warrant affidavit is factual.
"However, unfortunately, much is police theory. The timeline reported by law enforcement was not obtained through interviews with Dr Murray, as was implied by the affidavit."
Conrad Murrary, the 'Disapearing Doc', speaks out
Only weeks ago authorities raided the Texas and Las Vegas homes of Michael Jackson's elusive physician and now Dr Conrad Murray has chosen the questionable route of youtube to address the public for the first time.
In his immaculately produced video the Doctor, who is currently no1 suspect in the Jackson death investigation, states that he has been "afraid to return phone calls or use my email" and knows "the truth will prevail".
Notice the way in which he waggles his head unnaturally from side to side and speaks with a bland monotony as though reading something which means nothing to him. Listen to the video at 1:10, Dr Conrad Murray says " I have faked"...