Skip to comments.Nanny says Michael Jackson's stomach had to be pumped regularly
Posted on 06/27/2009 11:06:44 PM PDT by pissant
As the pop icon's personal physician denied any role in the mysterious death, the Jacksons - following a day-long meeting at the family's California compound - had a followup autopsy conducted in Los Angeles, TMZ.com reported.
The star's incensed father, Joe Jackson, in his first public comments since his son died Thursday, said he is desperate to learn what caused his boy's sudden death.
"That's what we're trying to find out right now," Joe Jackson told People magazine. "There's a lot to be told, though, I'll tell you that right now. ... The truth is still to be told.
"We miss Michael endlessly, our pain cannot be described in words. But Michael would not want us to give up now. So we want to thank all of his faithful supporters and loyal fans worldwide, you - who Michael loved so much," Jackson said.
"Continue to spread his message, because that is what he would want you to do. Carry on, so his legacy will live forever."
(Excerpt) Read more at nydailynews.com ...
Someone was prescribing all those pills
This is seething with more maggots than Elvis.
For starters, Mr. Jackson, your son died because of he was a screwed up person.
We’re not saying that every screwed up person is the result of bad parenting... but Mr. Jackson, how many of your children turned out to be just a little, uh, screwed up?
So ...he swallowed?
Like Rod Stewart
His legacy is that of a pervert, a pedophile, a child molester, and a freak. Live with it, you created this monster.
Another scumbag celebtard overdosed on drugs... next.
The start’s incensed father appears to have been quite distanced from his son, only being dismayed at the disappearance of his money machine. Such a thing as his son’s prolonged ill health apparently never gave Dad cause for concern. And we wonder why Michael grew up to be so dysfunctional. Maybe Michael “loved” kids to try to make up for what he was missing from his dad.
start => star
.....”But for the circle of handlers who surrounded Jackson during his final years, their golden goose could not be allowed to run dry. Bankruptcy was not an option.
These, after all, were not the handlers who had seen him through the aftermath of the Arvizo trial and who had been protecting his fragile emotional health to the best of their ability. They were gone, and a new set of advisers was in place.
The clearout had apparently been engineered by his childrens nanny, Grace Rwaramba, who was gaining considerable influence over Jackson and his affairs and has been described as the queen bee by those around Jackson.
Rwaramba had ties to the black militant organisation, the Nation of Islam, and its controversial leader, Louis Farrakhan, whom she enlisted for help in running Jacksons affairs.
Before long, the Nation was supplying Jacksons security detail and Farrakhans son-in-law, Leonard Muhammad, was appointed as Jacksons business manager, though his role has lessened significantly in recent years.
In late 2008, a shadowy figure who called himself Dr Tohme Tohme suddenly emerged as Jacksons official spokesman. “....
I wouldn’t believe a word the Nanny says. It’s like Howard Stern protesting that neither he nor those around AnnaNicole had anything to do with her death. IMO, at some point, MJ must have become worth more dead than alive, to someone.
I saw the Martin Bashir interview of Michael Jackson on TV the other nite.
During the interview Michael told Bashir that he was so afraid of his father when he was little, it would cause him to vomit.
That Joe Jackson is one sick man.
Or Elton John ...
“Maybe Michael ‘loved’ kids to try to make up for what he was missing from his dad”
Or because his dad abused him, and not just by forcing him to practice his turns and Hee-hee’s Ow!’s ten hours a day.
The second autopsy...
Good luck getting paid.
Like Rod Stewart
Rod Stewart is gay?
Throw in the fact that Jackson was a performer all his life. The guy didn't have a clue who he really might have been.
Am I excusing anything he did or didn't do? No
That's all I have to say about MJ...and it's more than I ever expected to say.
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