First this, leading to the question of why an ambulance attendant responding to a 911 call would think someone taken from a mansion to the hospital was "returning home to die". Isn't that sort of backwards?<quoted text> If you twist and turn and change things, I just bet you can come up with a post that will involve the Grunds in Michaels death.
"The body of Michael Jackson had become so frail paramedics failed to recognise the superstar, believing he was a hospice patient returning home to die.
Ambulance man Richard Senneff yesterday told jurors in the Jackson family’s £31bn compensation battle against Jacko’s concert promoter the singer looked “chronically ill” as they fought to try and resuscitate him.
Mr Senneff, who said he could see Jacko’s ribs when called to his home in June, 2009, added:“He was very pale and underweight.
Then this.... If this is true, and no human has ever survived this long, how does the witness know it is possible for even 60 days?
Expert: Michael Jackson went 60 days without real sleep
By Alan Duke, CNN
updated 3:04 PM EDT, Fri June 21, 2013
"Jackson may be the only human ever to go two months without REM -- rapid eye movement -- sleep, which is vital to keep the brain and body alive. The 60 nights of propofol infusions Dr. Conrad Murray said he gave Jackson to treat his insomnia is something a sleep expert says no one had ever undergone."