Michael Jackson's death was a...

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The Los Angeles County coroner has ruled that Michael Jackson's death was a homicide involving a combination of drugs.
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Richard

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Michael was an example of the reverse of Darwin's law: Non-survival of the unfit.
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$$$$$$$,give me the drugs, or loose your license, go figure

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Jackson never had a chance, his childhood made him into someone who had no idea what 'normal' was. You put faith into your Dr., that he holds your best interest at heart - just as Jackson did. Yes, he demanded something he shouldn't have asked for. He's the first? The entire point of being a physician is to tend to your patient and to protect them, if necessary, from themselves. If you let money get in the way of that...then it is, at the very least, criminally negligent. At the very least.
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^^Mike was used to trusting people to direct him as far as his career and life went from an early age. It started w/ daddy Joe. I don't think Mike was taught how to handle to certain things that came at him on an emotional level, but he's human and most humans have weak moments. But I blame his decline in to drugs on the gold digging monsters who set out to ruin him.
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No, they were not gold digging monsters. They were servants of Michael's. It is Michael that did not rise to the ability, Michale choose to use his being in a way that was least uplifting to himself and therefore his minions. Michael did not grasp the concept or was able to rise to the challenge of nobally living. Of being omnipotent and restricted. To be expected to be judged and to judge.

Anyone can become a spoiled drugged-out sycophant baron superstar when graced the means, it takes more means than Michael has to become transcendent to such common temporal experiences.
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State of Shock wrote:
^^Mike was used to trusting people to direct him as far as his career and life went from an early age. It started w/ daddy Joe. I don't think Mike was taught how to handle to certain things that came at him on an emotional level, but he's human and most humans have weak moments. But I blame his decline in to drugs on the gold digging monsters who set out to ruin him.
I think MJ took the drugs himself. No one can make
a person take drugs. MJ did them because he was
always a drug addict and towards the end, he was
overdosing on them. It finally killed him.
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Happy Birthday Michael wrote:
No, they were not gold digging monsters. They were servants of Michael's. It is Michael that did not rise to the ability, Michale choose to use his being in a way that was least uplifting to himself and therefore his minions. Michael did not grasp the concept or was able to rise to the challenge of nobally living. Of being omnipotent and restricted. To be expected to be judged and to judge.
Anyone can become a spoiled drugged-out sycophant baron superstar when graced the means, it takes more means than Michael has to become transcendent to such common temporal experiences.
Servants of Michael's when he paid for that kid's medican care. Are you kidding? You need to stop reading fiction or put the pipe down, dude.
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RBG wrote:
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I think MJ took the drugs himself. No one can make
a person take drugs. MJ did them because he was
always a drug addict and towards the end, he was
overdosing on them. It finally killed him.
Someone first started giving them to him, introduced the idea that he could have scrips in aliases, and doctors kept supplying to an addict. Someone first gave him propyfol to *sleep* and he found so-called professionals who chose the dollar over ethics to keep giving him the drug, which you need someone to administer. Don't you think at least one of those docs who wrote his scrips had a shred of an idea that he had a problem?

Yes, I believe the false accusations of Jordan Chandler and his gold digging daddy sent MJ in to a decline that included drugs. I think he took them to ease whatever emotional pain he was going through as a result of the witch hunt of a bloodthirsty and biased media. The continuous and ever increasing lies told about Mike affected on a creative level, too,imo.
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^^Imo, because of the way the media went after Mike and influenced public opinion, he spent time trying to regain what he'd had as far as his image with the public. I think that really affected him and influenced some of his decision-making. I've read that he was in Russia (Hence, the song Stranger in Moscow) when the media crap storm hit in the U.S. and was surprised at the result of it when he returned home.

I cold be wrong, but it's my opinion.
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Who gives a god damn F**k
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Michael Jackons death was a riot. I LMFAO!
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his death just means there is one less pervert in the world now...im glad hes dead....cause the moon walkins done with now!!!!
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Orly,was you supplying Michael Jackson with anything?
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Billy Bollocks wrote:
Orly,was you supplying Michael Jackson with anything?
That was uncalled for. I don't know what your problem is. That was an evil comment to make.
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That was uncalled for. I don't know what your problem is. That was an evil comment to make.
You still here motown? Try and get a sense of humour you creep.
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Get Real, Willy, sucker and Billy Bollocks are all from Maidenhead. How many other user names do you have? And learn how to use the English language.
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Breaking news on Sky news.

MJ died from too much nutsack squeezing.
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Motown wrote:
Get Real, Willy, sucker and Billy Bollocks are all from Maidenhead. How many other user names do you have? And learn how to use the English language.
Hey motown. i am the only person who lives in maidenhead.
Michael jackson paid his victim $20 million dollars to drop the sex abuse case. Does an innocent man do that?
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Hey motown. i am the only person who lives in maidenhead.
Michael jackson paid his victim $20 million dollars to drop the sex abuse case. Does an innocent man do that?
Just for your education, Yes. In show business, sports, journalism and medicine there is a lot of paying off not due to guilt but for time and convenience so some shite don't get in the way of making money. In medicine where the doctor may want to fight a malpractice and his insurance goes ahead an pays off the plaintiff rather than going to court.

This is part of modern life. It in no way proves guilt.
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Yada wrote:
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Just for your education, Yes. In show business, sports, journalism and medicine there is a lot of paying off not due to guilt but for time and convenience so some shite don't get in the way of making money. In medicine where the doctor may want to fight a malpractice and his insurance goes ahead an pays off the plaintiff rather than going to court.
This is part of modern life. It in no way proves guilt.
Child abuse is not the same as medical malpractice. I guess you are a lunatic MJ fan.
MJ can do no wrong in your eyes.

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