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Conrad Murry

Post by amy on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:03 am

Following the topic on "Conrad Murray´s party picture", I think we should look deeper in to the articles behind it
On the "Las Vegas Review Journal" (hope this link works) http://www.lvrj.com/news/511…..33117.html there is a lot of talk about Murray, his wife and two children. Many sources are eager to portray the doctor as a sympathetic man.
The article also refers to the following article about Michael in "The Sun" (English tabloid magazine) "J _ _ _ _ on the verge of breakdown" from August 4th 2009 it says: "Michael was always adamant the show must go on to the point where he was obsessed with the idea he would be "killed" if he couldn´t go on stage"
Now I am sorry you have to go through garbage of this size (="The Sun") and I really hate any article which has Michael´s name as a five letter word ending on an "O", but I believe part of Michael´s plan is to get back at the tabloid press by feeding them lies connected to the hoax.
he would be "killed" if he couldn´t go on stage"… isn´t that, apart from being a figure of speech, also a clue to the hoax ?
And what do we make of the talk about a "Spiderman" movie ?
What are you thoughts?
(MICHAEL Jackson showed "signs of cracking up" over his looming London gigs – just 13 days before he died, The Sun can reveal.
A psychiatrist reported the singer appeared close to a nervous breakdown.
His behaviour was disturbingly erratic – one moment he was excited and "almost manic" about his spectacular comeback, the next he would lapse into silence while staring into space.Last night a source close to inquiries into Jackson's death said the star was "clearly not mentally or physically equipped to cope" with his 50-night run at the O2 Arena. But he added: "Michael was always adamant the show must go on – to the point where he was obsessed with the idea he would be 'killed' if he couldn't go on stage.He had been backed into a corner and was falling apart under the strain." The psychiatrist, who has not been named, saw Jackson twice. The first time he spoke frankly about his childhood, his problems with prescription drugs and his obsession that his skin cancer was "God's punishment". Jackson, 50, was warned his painkiller addiction was dangerous. He was even urged to employ a personal "sober coach" to control his dosage on tour. The psychiatrist told other Jackson medics, including skin specialist Dr Arnold Klein, that the follow-up visit on June 12 caused him "deep concern". He said Jackson fell silent after refusing to show a small scar from cancer surgery on his chest. And he clammed up again as a programme was outlined to gradually wean him off the drugs which claimed his life less than two weeks later. The source said: "Michael had been candid at their first meeting, but showed clear signs of cracking up when he saw him again. "They discussed if it would be possible to cancel or postpone the gigs." Jackson had already put back the start of his O2 shows from July 8 to 13 – saying it was for fine tuning. But, after the star's death in Los Angeles, there were claims he had been struggling with gruelling rehearsals and stage fright. Meanwhile his mum Katherine, 79, voiced her suspicions about his death. She told US talk show host Geraldo Rivera: "All I know is my son is dead, and I don't think he just died of natural causes or whatever. He's too young. "Something happened. I don't know what it was."
JACKSON wanted to make a new Spider-Man movie, it emerged last night. Marvel Comic legend Stan Lee, 86, said they spoke about it at the star's Neverland Ranch – and Jacko might even have played the main role. Lee told a San Diego comic convention: "He wanted to do Spider-Man. I'm not sure whether he just wanted to produce it or wanted to play the role." Pressed on whether he thought Jacko would have played the superhero, he replied: "I suspect so." His behaviour was disturbingly erratic – one moment he was excited and "almost manic" about his spectacular comeback, the next he would lapse into silence while staring into space".

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Re: Conrad Murry

Post by Guest on Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:24 am

Seen this?

http://www.conradmurray.org

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