A letter from Michael Jackson to Lisa Marie Presley where he complains about not being able to sleep has been pulled from auction.
Lisa Marie has not expressed why she wants the letter pulled but it is fairly obvious. Michael Jackson had a problem with sleeping that ultimately led to his untimely death to the drug propofol.
The letter, below, reads;
"Lisa I truly need this rest I haven't slept litterally (literally) in 4 days now. I need to be away from phones and Business people. I must take care of my health first Im' (I'm) crazy for you Love Turd."
Julian's Auction, has pulled the letter. They are the exact same company selling off Elvis Presley's crypt, Lisa Marie's father, and have honored Lisa Marie's request to pull the letter.
She was more than an ex-wife. She was a true friend. Something that Michael didn't really have. It is very cool that she got something so personal from getting out.-DocFB
I am starting to think I am more of a real doctor, than Dr. Conrad Murray is or ever was.
So reports are coming out that Murray hid the drug Propofol in a secret compartment in the closet. This claim is made by Alberto Alvarez now, but did not say this when he was first being questioned about Michael Jackson's death.
The one thing that is for sure is that Dr. Conrad Murray told police where he could find the bottles 2 days after MJ's death.
The biggest claim is that Dr. Conrad Murray stopped administering CPR to Michael to hide the drugs. All this taking place as Prince Michael III and Paris walked in the room to see their father getting mouth to mouth from Dr. Conrad Murray.
Dr. Conrad's Murray's people are saying he did not hide anything. We really can't believe anything he says anyway though, can we?-Dr.FB
Dr. Conrad Murray was charged with involentary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.
TMZ got a hold of the coroner's report that led to Murray being charged. Here is what led to the coroner's decision;
1. Circumstances indicate the Propofol and the benzodiazepines were administered by another.
2. Propofol was administered in a non-hospital setting without any appropriate medical indication.
3. The standard of care for administering Propofol was not met. Recommended equipment for patient monitoring, precision dosing and resuscitation was not present.
4. The circumstances do not support self-administration of Propofol.
Jessica Mathis, who was on scene had this to say about Murray being arrested and being there.
Being at Dr. Conrad Murray's indictment was a nightmare all over again reliving the fact that Michael is gone. I arrived late and didn't get to see him walk into the courthouse but a MJ friend of mine told me that they chanted "Murderer" as he walked in and that he definitely heard them, contrary to the media reporting people chanted "justice for Michael."
We waited for almost 2 hours before the Jackson family left, all of the family snuck out through the back of the courthouse, while Randy Jackson walked out alone in front of the entire media and fans to his one black car. The fans yelled, "Love you Randy!" and he waved slightly acknowledging them as he got into the car.
The media poked around and interviewed fans, waiting for Murray to walk out. But Murray was a sly snake, somehow he managed to slip away into some unknown vehicle and already was gone before all of us knew it, while the car he arrived in stayed and then left empty as a decoy
Fans screamed outraged, "Why the celebrity treatment for this man?!" He had his own special getaway vehicle somehow provided by the police. Why was that happening? All I can say is that's wrong, he should of faced the media and fans, but he's a coward. Too scared to show the world what he really is, a liar, and a murderer.
I thank Jessica for sharing that with us. What do you think of Conrad Murray finally being charged?-Dr.FB
It looks like Corad Murray is going to be indicted for the death of Michael Jackson.
A report out today says they will indict him on involuntary manslaughter charges in MJ's death and would be be prosecuted on a theory of gross negligence alleging that his treatment of Jackson was an extreme departure from the standard of care normally followed by physicians.
The coroner ruled Michael's death a homicide after the autopsy for the drug propofol and was not medically needed by Jackson.
The D.A. needs the police to turn over the case which they said wrapped yesterday but has yet to be turned over. The D.A. is denying the report a decision has been made but it has, but sources tell us it just has not been made official.
To prove a charge of involuntary manslaughter, authorities must show there was a reckless action that created a risk of death or great bodily injury. If a doctor is aware of the risk, there might also be an issue of whether the patient knows that risk and decided to take it.
A large number of witnesses have been interviewed by police, including those who were present during Jackson's last days and those who worked with him in preparation for his comeback concert, "This Is It."
It seems the police investigation wrapped up in late December but was made public yesterday. The D.A. needs the case turned over because they have to do their own internal review.
Our source tells us that the D.A. rather take the case to a grand jury than a preliminary hearing with Murray.
We will keep you updated as relevant news breaks.-Dr.FB
So it seems, according to the autopsy report, propofol did kill Michael Jackson. Surprised? Nope.
What is surprising is that Michael Jackson was perfectly healthy.
Here is exactly what the AP report said, word for word:
Michael Jackson's arms were covered with punctures, his face and neck were scarred and he had tattooed eyebrows and lips, but he wasn't the sickly skeleton of a man portrayed by tabloids, according to his autopsy report obtained by The Associated Press.
In fact, the Los Angeles County coroner's report shows Jackson was a fairly healthy 50-year-old before he died of an overdose. His 136 pounds were in the acceptable range for a 5-foot-9 man. His heart was strong with no sign of plaque buildup. And his kidneys and most other major organs were normal.
Still, Jackson had health issues: arthritis in the lower spine and some fingers, and mild plaque buildup in his leg arteries. Most serious was his lungs, which the autopsy report said were chronically inflamed and had reduced capacity that might have left him short of breath.
However, according to the document, the lung condition was not serious enough to be a direct or contributing cause of death.
"His overall health was fine," said Dr. Zeev Kain, chairman of the anesthesiology department at the University of California, Irvine, who reviewed a copy of the autopsy report for the AP. "The results are within normal limits."
The reason I put the AP report and not my own words even though what I state is fact, I felt it was important that you see it and hear it. Within the next day or two, I will put out some information that I shared with you shortly after he passed. For now, I will stick to the facts.
What do you think of this information released? 5'9 and 136 pounds is normal? Wow.-Dr.FB
So just how fast is Dr. Conrad Murray about to go down? I say faster than Karina Kay.
Dr. Conrad Murray admitted weeks ago to giving Michael Jackson Propofol, the drug that it seems may have killed him. There are reports that Murray gave MJ the drug and then walked away, perhaps falling asleep and not watching him. There was no EKG machine to see when MJ's heart rate would drop or anything.
Straight up, he is taking the fall for this, but just how much will stick in a criminal trial? Autopsy results should be coming any day now.-Dr.FB