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03/25/2010 04:55 PM ID: 83511 Permalink   

Doctor Murray Gave Michael Jackson More Drugs than He Admitted to Police

 

Emergency Medical records handed over from the paramedics who attended the famous Michael Jackson home noted that doctor Dr. Murray had failed to tell paramedics that he had administered Propofol a short time before Jackson died.

In the statement Murray made to the police about drugs Jackson was administered around the time of his death on the 25th of June 2009, had contradicted results of the police autopsy.

Police say that on the evening before Jackson’s death, Dr Murray had injected him with Valium, Midazolam & Flumanzenil. GP Dr Hilary Jones said: "In my opinion Jackson died from respiratory depression he was so deeply asleep he stopped breathing."

 
  Source: www.newsoftheworld.co.uk  
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add a cappital A to "admitted" in my title please?

This gets worse. But how can they be sure Michael did not take all the rest of the drugs himself?
 
  by: captainJane     03/25/2010 04:58 PM     
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The coroner found Jackson´s blood contained Lorazepam as well as other anxiety sedatives Lidocaine, Diazepam, Nordiazepam and Midazolam, plus Ephedrine which can be used for sleep disorders and Propofol. The medics left the Controlled Meds section of the form blank indicating that Murray, who was paid £100,000 a month by Jacko, had not informed them about the many substances he had pumped into him.

The document also gave details on the desperate battle ambulance staff put up to bring Jackson back to life. The medics rushed past the star´s children Prince, 13, Paris, 11, and Blanket, seven, into a bedroom six minutes after bodyguard Alberto Alvarez called emergency services saying Jackson was not breathing. He had suffered a cardiac arrest.
 
  by: captainJane     03/25/2010 08:47 PM     
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In my humble opinion it would have been much more in this doctors interest that Michael remained alive for as long as possible, even if he were not a friend to him the 1200.000 would have been of greater interest surely?

Should this have been a relative of mine I would want to know who was around Michael that day and early evening.
Were they the same people that turned away Jacksons family?
 
  by: captainJane     03/25/2010 10:14 PM     
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if it wasnt murray it would of been another doctor, yes what murray did was stupid but michael was a druggie and would of got it anyway he could, im not saying murray is or isnt to blame but michael was due to OD.
 
  by: groomsy     03/25/2010 10:41 PM     
  It was an accident waiting to happen.  
 
That is what i meant in my comments. Not that his friends could be charged for murder but I would like to know who was with him the hours before and were any of them doing drugs? I think this doctor is the usual fall guy.
 
  by: captainJane     03/25/2010 10:55 PM     
 
 
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