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Michael Jackson Case
September 28, 2011
7:45 pm
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greeney2
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"Here we go with a brand new show!" were the words of the famous Jackie Gleason. Are we going to see another OJ case or Casey Anthoney case, another miscarriage of justice?

What could have been more damning than he opening of OJ and Casey's trials, yet in the end evidence was so obliterated by defence attorneys, it was Not Guilty. Will we see the same thing with Conrad Murray? Will he be protected for his Doctors Negligence of prosocuted for it? He says he was trying to get him off those things, yet he was the one giving them. 2 days after the slurred speach he recorded of MJ, he ordered 40 bottles of Propathol. I'm not sure how many of those an average surgury may require, but its probably only 1 or 2, not dozens. MJ was a mess, but it was a medical doctor who acquired those drugs. How possibly, can something used only in surgury, be condoned in a home enviornment and as a sleeping cocktail? With small children to contact it. Why isn;t this alone, having them in a residential home, not a felony? A death occuring during felony (this) is one of the criteria for 3rd degree murder.

This could be far deeper, and it could be 1st degree murder becasue of the insurance policy bought to insure business loss, if MJ could not do the 50 concerts involved. Why would Murray take 20 minutes to call 911, what were they doing? Defence said MJ died instantly, so you would expect his dead body to still have the hypodermic needle in his hand. Were they staging this after Conrad Murray killed him?

Already, watching the hawk like look Conrad attorneys were giving him while he sobbed, I trust them as far as I can throw them. One hypocrite for justice, defending another hypocrite for medicine.

September 29, 2011
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Certainly an interesting scenario, biologically. Why couldn't MJ feel healthy, like ever in his life? Always looking for greener grass, was he.

"it is easy to grow crazy"

September 29, 2011
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speaking of 'the grass is always greener' issues
http://www.ma-ryah.com/the-rip.....of-choice/

about M. Jackson..
The whole thing is skeeving the heck out of me. I caught some of it on the news last night. The voice tape and the corpse pic stuff.
F'd up.

Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

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