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Post by mjthelegendlives on Sat Aug 29, 2009 12:31 am

morla wrote:...hmmmm.... what about HIM????


hmm he seems suspicious...
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Post by StenniZ on Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:30 am

Perhaps Murray isn't regarded as a suspect, because he wasn't the only one, that gave/supplied him with drugs (if MJ used any at all, which in my opinion he didn't)....so all the pharmacies and so called docters are all suspects and therefor it can't be said, who's actually responsible for his death?
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 4:34 am

StenniZ wrote:Perhaps Murray isn't regarded as a suspect, because he wasn't the only one, that gave/supplied him with drugs (if MJ used any at all, which in my opinion he didn't)....so all the pharmacies and so called docters are all suspects and therefor it can't be said, who's actually responsible for his death?
Presumably - the person who was with him when he 'died' and the person who admitted to administering the propofol every night would be the logical suspect right? And that was Dr Murray.
He was there at the scene of the crime, he didn't call 911 for an hour, and he flopped the CPR.

It makes no difference if 100 doctors gave Michael fake prescriptions and meds - Murray was there at Ground Zero and he is the logical suspect.
So why isn't he a suspect, and why hasn't he been arrested already?
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 7:31 am

Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
StenniZ wrote:Perhaps Murray isn't regarded as a suspect, because he wasn't the only one, that gave/supplied him with drugs (if MJ used any at all, which in my opinion he didn't)....so all the pharmacies and so called docters are all suspects and therefor it can't be said, who's actually responsible for his death?
Presumably - the person who was with him when he 'died' and the person who admitted to administering the propofol every night would be the logical suspect right? And that was Dr Murray.
He was there at the scene of the crime, he didn't call 911 for an hour, and he flopped the CPR.

It makes no difference if 100 doctors gave Michael fake prescriptions and meds - Murray was there at Ground Zero and he is the logical suspect.
So why isn't he a suspect, and why hasn't he been arrested already?

and why is the police more concerned about drugs, pharmacy raids and interviewing 35 doctors, than arresting the obvious suspect and go to trial?
And why isnt the Jackson family demanding them to do that? Why are they chillin? I would NOT be chillin like that it were my family Evil or Very Mad
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Post by CantStopLovingU on Sat Aug 29, 2009 8:05 am

Me either I would demand an arrest!!!
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 8:08 am

ROFL!! And the Jackson family thanked the LAPD for their investigation! lol! lol!


Are you freakin kidding me? I wouldn't thank them for that cr@p investigation, it was a shambles and totally incompetent.
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:07 pm

Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:ROFL!! And the Jackson family thanked the LAPD for their investigation! lol! lol!


Are you freakin kidding me? I wouldn't thank them for that cr@p investigation, it was a shambles and totally incompetent.

what investigation? scratch
are they thankful for the 1 month delayed raid of Murrays office?
or the fact that the police let them into MJ's house before the police had searched it?
Or the random pharmacy raid?

besides that, WHAT have LAPD done that could possibly make the jackson family thankful?
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:14 pm

ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:ROFL!! And the Jackson family thanked the LAPD for their investigation! lol! lol!
Are you freakin kidding me? I wouldn't thank them for that cr@p investigation, it was a shambles and totally incompetent.
what investigation? scratch
are they thankful for the 1 month delayed raid of Murrays office?
or the fact that the police let them into MJ's house before the police had searched it?
Or the random pharmacy raid?

besides that, WHAT have LAPD done that could possibly make the jackson family thankful?
EXACTLY! The LAPD - so far - has done nothing to warrant any sort of thanks or commendation. If that were my brother who had 'died' I'd be leading the cavalry and bugging their asses every single day wanting to know how the investigation is going. I would not thank them for the past 2 months worth of sitting around, eating donuts and doing nothing else - let alone the 'raids' and lack of press conferences giving people updates on the progress which is what happens in major cases.

Case in point - the Jaycee girl got a Press conference where the police admitted mistakes. The prostitute serial killer in Ipswich a few years back - there were multiple press conferences.

Michael Jackson - NO press conferences.
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Post by MJFoReVeRandAlways on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:29 pm

I know The Sun BS a lot, but this I found very odd:

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2611177/Michael-Jackson-case-probed-by-just-3-detectives.html


Shouldn´t there be a bigger interest in this case? Hello, it´s the worlds most famest person of all times?
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:32 pm

Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:ROFL!! And the Jackson family thanked the LAPD for their investigation! lol! lol!
Are you freakin kidding me? I wouldn't thank them for that cr@p investigation, it was a shambles and totally incompetent.
what investigation? scratch
are they thankful for the 1 month delayed raid of Murrays office?
or the fact that the police let them into MJ's house before the police had searched it?
Or the random pharmacy raid?

besides that, WHAT have LAPD done that could possibly make the jackson family thankful?
EXACTLY! The LAPD - so far - has done nothing to warrant any sort of thanks or commendation. If that were my brother who had 'died' I'd be leading the cavalry and bugging their asses every single day wanting to know how the investigation is going. I would not thank them for the past 2 months worth of sitting around, eating donuts and doing nothing else - let alone the 'raids' and lack of press conferences giving people updates on the progress which is what happens in major cases.

Case in point - the Jaycee girl got a Press conference where the police admitted mistakes. The prostitute serial killer in Ipswich a few years back - there were multiple press conferences.

Michael Jackson - NO press conferences.

oh, and if it were my brother, who had "died", i'd be anything BUT thankful if the police ran to the media 3 times to say that "we're gonna arrest XX next week". Oh gee...really? Want a medal for that, champ? Why THANK YOU for warning the criminal in advance. Im sure he'll stay put in his house and leave all possible evidence on his table.
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:41 pm

[quote="ballongiraf"][quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"]
ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
Case in point - the Jaycee girl got a Press conference where the police admitted mistakes. The prostitute serial killer in Ipswich a few years back - there were multiple press conferences.

Michael Jackson - NO press conferences.

oh, and if it were my brother, who had "died", i'd be anything BUT thankful if the police ran to the media 3 times to say that "we're gonna arrest XX next week". Oh gee...really? Want a medal for that, champ? Why THANK YOU for warning the criminal in advance. Im sure he'll stay put in his house and leave all possible evidence on his table.
ROFL - Lack of sleep again Ballon Razz You're on form tonight again Girl - I'm cracking up lol!
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:45 pm

[quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"][quote="ballongiraf"]
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
Case in point - the Jaycee girl got a Press conference where the police admitted mistakes. The prostitute serial killer in Ipswich a few years back - there were multiple press conferences.

Michael Jackson - NO press conferences.

oh, and if it were my brother, who had "died", i'd be anything BUT thankful if the police ran to the media 3 times to say that "we're gonna arrest XX next week". Oh gee...really? Want a medal for that, champ? Why THANK YOU for warning the criminal in advance. Im sure he'll stay put in his house and leave all possible evidence on his table.
ROFL - Lack of sleep again Ballon Razz You're on form tonight again Girl - I'm cracking up lol!

being sleep deprived brings out my sarcastic side...... Razz
did the jackson family, by any chance, specify WHY they were so darn thankful?
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 2:51 pm

[quote="ballongiraf"][quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"]
ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
Case in point - the Jaycee girl got a Press conference where the police admitted mistakes. The prostitute serial killer in Ipswich a few years back - there were multiple press conferences.

Michael Jackson - NO press conferences.

oh, and if it were my brother, who had "died", i'd be anything BUT thankful if the police ran to the media 3 times to say that "we're gonna arrest XX next week". Oh gee...really? Want a medal for that, champ? Why THANK YOU for warning the criminal in advance. Im sure he'll stay put in his house and leave all possible evidence on his table.
ROFL - Lack of sleep again Ballon Razz You're on form tonight again Girl - I'm cracking up lol!

being sleep deprived brings out my sarcastic side...... Razz
did the jackson family, by any chance, specify WHY they were so darn thankful?
Don't ever go to bed babe! Lol j/k, you can sleep for an hour but then you have to come back.
Pfttt.. I didn't care to read it when I saw the headline yesterday after the ET fake press conference/reveal whatever the heck it was.

*Update* Just went to go back and look for the article but can't find it. I'll keep looking to see if I can get it.
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:02 pm

the article went missing? Wow, so unexpected!

again, it really speaks volumes that the jackson family is thankful for the "investigation". Perhaps it's just me? All i see is the LAPD pulling random albino 's outta their asses.....

But perhaps said freshly "pulled outta ass" bunny is there for a reason?

*edit* it's 23.00 here, and im watching a documentary about frogs?...... uhm... scratch
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:05 pm

Definitely pulling the bunnies out of their asses - that is a great emote btw - it had to be there for a reason, and you've just found it.

A docu about frogs? Lol, I watched one about Nepalese honey-hunters yesterday who climbed 200ft in the air on rope ladders to get honeycomb off the side of cliffs in Nepal - with sticks.
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:09 pm

Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:Definitely pulling the bunnies out of their asses - that is a great emote btw - it had to be there for a reason, and you've just found it.

A docu about frogs? Lol, I watched one about Nepalese honey-hunters yesterday who climbed 200ft in the air on rope ladders to get honeycomb off the side of cliffs in Nepal - with sticks.


What a Face my poor, innocent eyes! I just saw hardcore frog sex........ why do they always have to include a "this is how animals do it" segment in animal documentaries? What a Face

honey-hunters? I love how you can get so much useless info from documentaries.....
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:13 pm

ballongiraf wrote:
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:Definitely pulling the bunnies out of their asses - that is a great emote btw - it had to be there for a reason, and you've just found it.

A docu about frogs? Lol, I watched one about Nepalese honey-hunters yesterday who climbed 200ft in the air on rope ladders to get honeycomb off the side of cliffs in Nepal - with sticks.

What a Face my poor, innocent eyes! I just saw hardcore frog sex........ why do they always have to include a "this is how animals do it" segment in animal documentaries? What a Face

honey-hunters? I love how you can get so much useless info from documentaries.....
Rofl frog porn - don't you know they always include an animal sex scene in nature docus? I have no idea why but they do.

Honey-hunters *nods* It was fascinating actually because it is a technique which is thousands of years old - but all the same I prefer to get my honey from the supermarket and not off the side of a cliff 200feet in the air surrounded by giant bees.
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:18 pm

how did we go from Murray not being a suspect to discussing frog porn?

that, i think, is the definition of a slow news day, LOL
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:22 pm

ballongiraf wrote:how did we go from Murray not being a suspect to discussing frog porn?

that, i think, is the definition of a slow news day, LOL
Lol Diversive thinking Razz And you brought it up lol
I did think we'd get some more news today meeting my thick and fast news/clues needs but it's been veeeery slow today. Suspiciously slow. Suspect
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Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:how did we go from Murray not being a suspect to discussing frog porn?

that, i think, is the definition of a slow news day, LOL
Lol Diversive thinking Razz And you brought it up lol
I did think we'd get some more news today meeting my thick and fast news/clues needs but it's been veeeery slow today. Suspiciously slow. Suspect

yeah. the days leading up to his birthday were filled with info - too much info, LOL. Yesterday was CRAZY, and then BOOM... silence. I dunno. Today feels kinda like the calm before the storm. I think tomorrow will be the same, and then something will happen on Monday (my guess is something about the funeral, lol).

am i the only one, who feels like that?
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:27 pm

[quote="ballongiraf"][quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"]
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yeah. the days leading up to his birthday were filled with info - too much info, LOL. Yesterday was CRAZY, and then BOOM... silence. I dunno. Today feels kinda like the calm before the storm. I think tomorrow will be the same, and then something will happen on Monday (my guess is something about the funeral, lol).

am i the only one, who feels like that?
Most definitely not. I feel the exact same way - but I'll raise your Monday and say Tuesday for our next 'news' explosion - reason being, the past 2 Tuesdays have been epic - the Murray video and the Mj Coroners van video both released on a Tuesday.

It does feel like the calm before the storm - and I know something is coming next - just waiting for it to happen. I'm not the most patient person in the world lol and it's taking friggin long!!!!

But I swear if they bring out some video showing Michael sneaking out of the casket I will go spare!
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:33 pm

[quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"][quote="ballongiraf"]
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:
yeah. the days leading up to his birthday were filled with info - too much info, LOL. Yesterday was CRAZY, and then BOOM... silence. I dunno. Today feels kinda like the calm before the storm. I think tomorrow will be the same, and then something will happen on Monday (my guess is something about the funeral, lol).

am i the only one, who feels like that?
Most definitely not. I feel the exact same way - but I'll raise your Monday and say Tuesday for our next 'news' explosion - reason being, the past 2 Tuesdays have been epic - the Murray video and the Mj Coroners van video both released on a Tuesday.

It does feel like the calm before the storm - and I know something is coming next - just waiting for it to happen. I'm not the most patient person in the world lol and it's taking friggin long!!!!

But I swear if they bring out some video showing Michael sneaking out of the casket I will go spare!

im inclined to agree with you on it being Tuesday, but i don't want it to be on Tuesday, cuz I'll be out cold most of that day, LOL. I don't want the next news explosion to happen while im anesthetized. No no.

i think it'll either be about Murray going missing or the burial being delayed - or a mixture of both. A statement about a delayed burial "due to recent events" is not that far fetched.
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:41 pm

[quote="ballongiraf"][quote="Another.Part.Of.Me"][quote="ballongiraf"]
Another.Part.Of.Me wrote:
ballongiraf wrote:
Most definitely not. I feel the exact same way - but I'll raise your Monday and say Tuesday for our next 'news' explosion - reason being, the past 2 Tuesdays have been epic - the Murray video and the Mj Coroners van video both released on a Tuesday.

It does feel like the calm before the storm - and I know something is coming next - just waiting for it to happen. I'm not the most patient person in the world lol and it's taking friggin long!!!!

But I swear if they bring out some video showing Michael sneaking out of the casket I will go spare!

im inclined to agree with you on it being Tuesday, but i don't want it to be on Tuesday, cuz I'll be out cold most of that day, LOL. I don't want the next news explosion to happen while im anesthetized. No no.

i think it'll either be about Murray going missing or the burial being delayed - or a mixture of both. A statement about a delayed burial "due to recent events" is not that far fetched.
Oh yeah the surgery - good luck with it - we'll keep you posted if anything happens.
That's not a far-fetched idea at all - we're all watching the Murray news right now.
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Post by ballongiraf on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:46 pm

i love how we're having a convo here - just the 2 of us lol! Apparently we're the only ones interesting in talking about frog porn!
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Post by Another.Part.Of.Me on Sat Aug 29, 2009 3:51 pm

ballongiraf wrote:i love how we're having a convo here - just the 2 of us lol! Apparently we're the only ones interesting in talking about frog porn!
Lol, it's a very interesting topic! Are you saying you don't like talking about frog porn? Shock! Horror! lol!
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