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★ Jackson, Michael

Jackson, Michael: see Music & Pop Music & Celebrity & Entertainment

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66,386.  Michael Jackson: the now infamous baby-dangling incident took place in Germany in 2002.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson)  Celebrity Scandals that Shocked Britain

 

66,387.  To sleeping in an oxygen tent to having questionable friendships with monkeys, Michael Jackson was no stranger to controversy.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson)  ibid. 

 

66,388.  A second set of child abuse charges were levelled at the singer.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson)  ibid.

 

 

77,718.  As with Heath Ledger, news of Michael’s Jackson’s death was not broken by a traditional news outlet but by the gossip website TMZ.  Deaths that Shocked Britain

 

77,719.  It marked the final chapter in a somewhat eccentric life.  ibid.

 

 

66,411.  2.26 p.m. on June 25th 2009: Michael Jackson ... is pronounced dead in Los Angeles.  Jackson is just fifty years old ... A police investigation that questions every detail of his passing.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  Autopsy: Michael Jackson, Channel 5 2014

 

66,412.  Jackson spent large amounts of money on a skin-bleaching drug called Benoquin.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,413.  Jackson would become addicted to plastic surgery.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,414.  ‘Jackson’s hair is not his own.’  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,415.  He became hooked on painkillers ... and even morphine.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

66,416.  Demerol isn’t what killed Michael Jackson.  (Celebrity & Michael Jackson & Autopsy)  ibid.

 

 

73,491.  I feel very fortunate to be compared to somebody so incredible. Michael Jackson’s an icon.  (Fortunate & Michael Jackson & Icon)  Justin Timberlake

 

 

77,709.  He wanted to be Peter Pan for ever.  Paul Gambacini

 

 

77,710.  His superstardom was overshadowed by ugly charges.  So when Michael Jackson died some began to wonder – although sleep-inducing drugs killed him was his soul already shattered many years before?  True Crime with Aphrodite Jones: Michael Jackson

 

77,711.  Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon opens a criminal investigation.  ibid.

 

77,712.  In 2002 Michael Jackson decides it’s time to put the salacious rumours to rest; he begins filming with British documentarian Martin Bashir.  ibid.

 

77,713.  The film was not what Jackson expects or what he was promised.  ibid.

 

77,714.  The jury acquits Michael Jackson on all fourteen charges.  ibid.

 

77,715.  I believe that trial destroyed Michael Jackson.  ibid.

 

 

77,716.  Everybody who met Michael Jackson thought they were going to profit in some way.  Tom Mesereau, Jackson Defense Attorney

 

 

77,717.  He did talk [to Bashir] about his settlement in the early nineties with another accuser, and he said he did it because he didn’t want to put his family through an O J Simpson-type trial.  Michael was used, manipulated and undermined by Mr Bashir.  Tom Mesereau  

 

 

77,720.  Three days ago Dr Conrad Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter of pop superstar Michael Jackson who died at his Los Angeles home.  The autopsy found Jackson had died from an overdose of the powerful hospital anaesthetic Propofol.  The Man who Killed Michael Jackson

 

77,721.  He then said he left the room for two minutes before returning to find his patient in serious distress.  ibid.

 

77,722.  Less doctor more supplier.  ibid.

 

77,723.  Conrad Murray was the last person to see Michael Jackson alive.  ibid.

 

77,724.  The use of Propofol in a home setting is the most damaging evidence against Murray.  ibid.

 

77,725.  April 2009 when Murray moved to Los Angeles as Michael Jackson’s full-time physician.  ibid.

 

77,726.  Jackson’s problems at rehearsals stemmed from his physical weakness and his recurrent insomnia.  Years before he had turned to Propofol, a powerful anaesthetic, as a drastic measure to get to sleep.  Jackson called it his Milk.  ibid.

 

77,727.  The testimony of the Prosecution’s expert witnesses is devastating.  ibid.

 

77,728.  Michael’s final day 25th June 2009: Michael was driven home by his entourage ... Jackson was excited but needed to sleep.  At approximately 2 a.m. Murray says he administered some Valium and Lorazepam but refused to give him any Propofol.  At 3 a.m. the doctor gave him another drug Midazolam.  Jackson still didn’t go to sleep.  ibid.

 

77,729.  Michael Jackson’s death stunned the world.  ibid. 

 

77,730.  Seven different prescription medicines were found in his body.  ibid.

 

77,731.  Final Day: The People of the State of California vs Dr Conrad Murray.  ibid.

 

 

77,732.  OK, Number One: there, as I know of, there is no such thing as skin bleaching ... I have a skin disorder that destroys the pigmentation of the skin, it’s something that I cannot help, OK?  But, when people make up stories that I don’t want to be who I am, it hurts me ... it’s a problem for me.  I can’t control it.  (Jackson & Skin)  Michael Jackson, interview Oprah Winfrey 1993

 

 

77,733.  Yeah – Wacko Jacko.  Where’d that come from?  Some English tabloid. I have a heart and I have feelings, I feel that, when you do that to me.  It’s not nice.  Don’t do it.  I’m not a Wacko.  (Jackson & Name)  Michael Jackson, interview Barbara Walters 1998

 

 

75,216.  I have my own secret room with a moving wall and mirrors.  That’s where I talk to Lee.  His is the voice I hear in there.  I feel his presence so very close to me.  He is like my guardian angel.  He’s even given me permission to record his theme song.  (Guardian Angel & Demon & Madness & Angel & Ghost & Jackson & Mental Health & Room)  Michael Jackson

 

 

84,423.  Well what’s wrong with sharing your bed?  I didn’t say I slept in the bed.  If I did sleep in the bed, it’s OK.  I am not going to do anything sexual to a child.  It’s not where my heart is.  I’d slit my wrists first.  I would never do anything like that.  That’s not Michael Jackson, I’m sorry.  That’s someone else.  That’s someone else.  (Paedophilia & Michael Jackson & Bed)  Michael Jackson interview

 

 

64,962.  Why can’t you share your bed?  The most loving thing to do is to share your bed with someone.  It’s very charming.  It’s very sweet.  It’s what the whole world should do.  (Paedophile & Michael Jackson & Bed)  Michael Jackson

 

 

97,682.  Ten minutes of silence honouring Michael Jackson.  (Office & Michael Jackson)  The Office US: The Chump s6e2, Michael

 

 

101,619.  ‘Any interest in the lot at $100?  Pass.’  … I knew things were bad but not this bad.  No-one, literally no-one, cared about Jackson any more.  Jacques Peretti, Michael Jackson: What Really Happened?  Las Vegas auction

 

101,620.  Leaving the country to wander the globe for two years.  Sightings of Jackson had become increasingly random and bizarre.  ibid.  

 

101,621.  In Japan signing autographs for six thousand dollars a throw.  ibid.  

 

101,622.  In London he appeared at the World Music Awards and was booed off stage before he could sing a note.  ibid.

 

101,623.  1987: inventing an award for Reagan to give to him.  He was given so many awards he ran out of awards to be given.  ibid.   

 

101,624.  The story emerging was much darker and more complex than I’d imagined.  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid.  

 

101,625.  If Michael Jackson was having a relationship with Jordi Chandler, why was nobody stopping him?  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid.  

 

101,626.  It was only after negotiations finally broke down that the police got involved.  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid.

 

101,627.  Even stranger was the secret chamber behind the bedroom.  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid.

 

101,628.  ‘It was at the Mirage hotel and he was holding court with groups of boys.’  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid. 

 

101,629.  Only one person spoke out - Jackson’s sister Latoya: ‘I have seen cheques to the parents of these children for a great amount, and I am not talking pennies.’  (Jackson & Paedophile)  ibid.

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