Sorry bloggers for being a M.I.A. as of late. A lot of things have been going on in my work-life and trying to find time to blog has been a little difficult. But, alas.....I'm back!
As we know a lot of things have been happening in Hollywood, but let's start with the latest news shall we?
If anyone thought the drama after Michael Jackson's death would have ended after the multiple funerals...they were wrong. Of course!
The Associated Press says, "Michael Jackson's doctor halted CPR on the dying pop star and delayed calling paramedics so he could collect drug vials at the scene, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press that shed new light on the singer's chaotic final moments."
I'm honestly not a bit surprised! This guy was/is super sketchy. The details of the report are guesome.
"The account was given to investigators by Alberto Alvarez, Jackson's logistics director, who was summoned to the stricken star's side as he was dying on June 25.
Alvarez told investigators that he rushed to Jackson's room and saw the star lying in his bed, an IV attached to his leg. Jackson's mouth was agape, eyes open and there was no sign of life. Murray worked frantically, at one point performing mouth-to-mouth resuscitation while Alvarez took over CPR. Two of the star's children, Prince and Paris, came in the room and cried as they saw Murray trying to save their father. A nanny was called to usher them away and they were taken to wait outside in a vehicle.
The documents also detail an odd encounter with Murray after Jackson was declared dead at a nearby hospital. Murray insisted he needed to return to the mansion to get cream that Jackson had "so the world wouldn't find out about it," according to the statements, which provide no elaboration."
Cream, huh? Who does this guy really think he's fooling?
This story just gets more and more bizarre.
Dr. Conrad Murray's actions on the day Jackson died do not seem to add up. This reminds me of the reports of him trying to resuscitate Jackson by administrating CPR while he was still lying on his bed.
Uh...how effective would CPR be if the person's lying on a bed?
You need a sturdy flat-surface! Hell, I learned that when I was 12 years old during my swimming lessons.
I think the right thing to do would be to strip Murray of his medical license and let him suffer in jail.
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