Friday, July 10, 2009

Michael Murder Mystery




EXCLUSIVE: Jackson Patriarch Fears 'Foul Play' in Michael Jackson Death

Joe Jackson suspects "foul play" may have been involved in the sudden death of his son, Michael Jackson, he told ABC News in an exclusive interview.

Joe Jackson talks about his son's sudden death, and who should raise his kids.

Tthe 79-year-old Jackson family patriarch was dumbfounded when he learned his 50-year-old son was being rushed to the hospital after collapsing at home on June 25, he told ABC News' Chris Connelly in an exclusive interview at the Jackson family compound in Encino, Calif.

"I just couldn't believe what was happening to Michael," he said.

"I do believe it was foul play," Jackson added. "I do believe that. Yes."

The Jackson patriarch's claim comes as Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton suggested that the singer's death could be treated as a homicide if autopsy reports indicate that Jackson had been given illicit amounts of powerful prescription drugs.

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Blogger no_slappz said...

LaToya Jackson: Michael Was 'Murdered'

Speaking out for the first time, the grieving sister of Michael Jackson says she thinks "a shadowy entourage" led to the death of her brother, accusing them of "murdering" him.

Speaking with Britain's Daily Mail, LaToya Jackson -- who signed the King of Pop's death certificate -- says that Michael was an isolated figure, making him easy prey for greedy associates.

She accuses these people, whether it be doctors, handlers or assistants, of feeding Jackson drugs to control his moods in order to get what they want.

"I believe Michael was murdered, I felt that from the start.

Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people. He was surrounded by a bad circle.

Michael was a very meek, quiet, loving person. People took advantage of that. People fought to be close to him, people who weren’t always on his side," LaToya said.

8:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As if you give a shit!

1:19 PM  

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