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    Post Exact Details of Michael Jackson's Death Still Unclear

    LOS ANGELES — The final act of Michael Jackson's life came into clearer focus Friday, a picture of a fallen superstar working out with TV's "Incredible Hulk" and under the care of his own private cardiologist as he tried to get his 50-year-old body in shape for a grueling bid to reclaim his glory.

    While the exact circumstances of his death remained unclear, early clues suggested he may simply have pushed his heart too far.

    Jackson's body was released by the Los Angeles County coroner's office Friday night.

    Coroner Investigator Jerry McKibben said his body was returned to the singer's family and transported to an undisclosed mortuary.

    Police said Friday they had towed the doctor's BMW from Jackson's home because it may include medication or other evidence, and a source familiar with the situation told The Associated Press that a heart attack appeared to have caused the cardiac arrest that led to the pop icon's sudden death.

    As grief for the King of Pop poured out from the icons of music to heartbroken fans, and the world came to grips with losing one of the most luminous celebrities of all time, an autopsy showed no sign of trauma or foul play to Jackson, who died Thursday at UCLA Medical Center after paramedics not could not revive him.

    The AP source who said Jackson apparently suffered a heart attack was not authorized to speak publicly and requested anonymity. Jackson's brother Jermaine had said the pop singer apparently went into cardiac arrest — which often, but not always, happens because of a heart attack.

    Jackson was accompanied by a physician in his mansion at the time of his collapse, according to 911 tapes released Friday.

    Dr. Conrad Murray, a cardiologist with a tangled financial and personal history, had been hired fulltime by concert promoter AEG Live to accompany the pop star to London for his comeback series of concerts, said AEG Live President and Chief Executive Randy Phillips.

    Phillips said Murray was hired at Jackson's request.

    "As a company, we would have preferred not having a physician on staff full-time because it would have been cheaper without the hotels and travel, but Michael was insistent that he be hired," Phillips told The Associated Press Friday. "Michael said he had a rapport with him."

    Authorities said they spoke with the doctor briefly Thursday and Friday and expected to meet with him again soon. Police stressed that Murray was not a criminal suspect.

    "We do not consider him to be uncooperative at this time," Beck said. "We think that he will assist us in coming to the truth of the facts in this case."

    Craig Harvey, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County coroner, said there were no signs of foul play in the autopsy and further tests would be needed to determine cause of death. He said Jackson was taking some unspecified prescription medication but gave few other details.

    Meanwhile, a 911 call released by fire officials shed light on the desperate effort at the mansion to save Jackson's life before paramedics arrived Thursday afternoon. Jackson died later at UCLA Medical Center.

    In the recording, an unidentified caller pleads with authorities to send help, offering no clues about why Jackson was stricken. He tells a dispatcher that Jackson's doctor is performing CPR.

    "He's pumping his chest," the caller says, "but he's not responding to anything."

    Asked by the dispatcher whether anyone saw what happened, the caller answers: "No, just the doctor, sir. The doctor has been the only one there."

    The president of the company promoting Jackson's shows said Murray was Jackson's personal physician for three years. Jackson insisted Murray accompany him to London, said Randy Phillips, president of AEG Live.

    Phillips quoted Jackson as saying: "Look, this whole business revolves around me. I'm a machine, and we have to keep the machine well-oiled." Phillips said Jackson submitted to at least five hours of physicals that insurers had insisted on.

    On Friday, the autopsy was completed in a matter of hours, but an official cause of death could take up to six weeks while medical examiners await toxicology tests. No funeral plans had been made public.

    Jackson had remained out of the public spotlight during intense rehearsals for the London concerts, but those with access said he was upbeat and seemingly energized by his planned comeback. Ken Ehrlich, executive producer of the Grammys, said he watched Jackson dance energetically as recently as Wednesday.

    "There was this one moment, he was moving across the stage and he was doing these trademark Michael moves, and I know I got this big grin on my face, and I started thinking to myself, 'You know, it's been years since I've seen that,"' he said.

    Lou Ferrigno, the star of "The Incredible Hulk," said he had been working out with Jackson for the past several months.

    Still, Jackson's health had been known to be precarious in recent years, and one family friend said Friday that he had warned the entertainer's family about his use of painkillers.

    "I said one day we're going to have this experience. And when Anna Nicole Smith passed away, I said we cannot have this kind of thing with Michael Jackson," Brian Oxman, a former Jackson attorney and family friend, told NBC's "Today" show. "The result was I warned everyone, and lo and behold, here we are. I don't know what caused his death. But I feared this day, and here we are."

    Oxman claimed Jackson had prescription drugs at his disposal to help with pain suffered when he broke his leg after he fell off a stage and for broken vertebrae in his back.

    The worldwide wave of mourning for Jackson continued unabated for the man who revolutionized pop music and moonwalked his way into entertainment legend.

    "My heart, my mind are broken," said Elizabeth Taylor, who was one of Jackson's closest friends and married one of her husbands at a lavish wedding at the pop star's Neverland Ranch in 1991. She said she had heard the news as she was preparing to travel to London for Jackson's comeback show, and added, "I can't imagine life without him."

    Hundreds made a pilgrimage to the Jackson family's compound in Los Angeles, leaving flowers and messages of love. They did the same at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and at the home in Los Angeles' Holmby Hills where Jackson was stricken. Some camped out overnight.

    In New York, people stopped at Harlem's Apollo Theater, where Jackson had performed as a child with his brothers in one of rock's first bubblegum supergroups, the Jackson 5.

    Scores of celebrities who knew or worked with Jackson — or were simply awed by him — issued statements of mourning. Some came through publicists and others through emotional postings on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, where countless everyday fans were sharing memories as well.

    "I truly hope he is memorialized as the '83 moonwalking, MTV owning, mesmerizing, unstoppable, invincible Michael Jackson," said John Mayer. Miley Cyrus called him "my inspiration."

    And Diana Ross, the former lead singer of the Supremes who introduced the Jackson 5 at their debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show" in 1969, said she could not stop crying. "I am unable to imagine this," she said. "My heart is hurting."

    His two ex-wives both said they were devastated. One of them, Lisa Marie Presley, posted a long, emotional statement on her MySpace page in which she said her ex-husband had confided to her 14 years ago that he feared dying young and under tragic circumstances, just as her father, Elvis Presley, had.


    "I promptly tried to deter him from the idea, at which point he just shrugged his shoulders and nodded almost matter of fact as if to let me know, he knew what he knew and that was kind of that," Presley said.

    Presley's father, the King of Rock 'n' Roll to Jackson's King of Pop, died in 1977 at age 42 of a drug-related death.

    At rehearsals for Sunday's Black Entertainment Awards show, stars like Beyonce, Wyclef Jean and Ne-Yo were frantically revamping their performances in an effort to turn the evening into a Michael Jackson tribute.

    "There's a direct line from Ne-Yo to Michael Jackson," said executive producer Stephen Hill. "There's a direct line from Beyonce to Michael Jackson. There's a direct line from Jay-Z to Michael Jackson. I think they'll want to pay tribute in their own way."

    When he was on trial on child molestation charges in 2005, Jackson appeared gaunt and had recurring back problems that he attributed to stress. His trial was interrupted several times by hospital visits, and Jackson once even appeared late to court dressed in his pajamas after an emergency room visit.

    After his acquittal, Jackson's prosecutor argued against returning some items that had been seized from Neverland, the Santa Barbara County estate Jackson had converted into a children's playland. Among the items were syringes, the powerful painkiller Demerol and other prescription drugs.

    Demerol carries a long list of warnings to users. The government warns that mixing it with certain other drugs can lead to reactions including slowed or stopped breathing, shock and cardiac arrest.

    Within hours of Jackson's death on Thursday, fans were inundating Web sites that sell his music, and physical stores reported they had been cleaned out of Michael Jackson and Jackson 5 CDs. All 10 of the albums on Amazon.com's bestseller list Friday were Jackson's; the 25th anniversary edition of "Thriller," the bestselling album of all time, was at the top.

    Meanwhile, fans were snapping up every Jackson recording they could get their hands on.

    Bill Carr, Amazon.com Inc.'s vice president for music and video, said the Web site sold out within minutes all CDs by Michael Jackson and by the Jackson 5. Jackson's albums accounted for all 10 of Amazon's "Bestsellers in Music" list Friday, with the 25th anniversary edition of the celebrated "Thriller" album taking the top spot.

    Barnes and Noble Inc.'s Web site and retail stores also sold out most Jackson CDs, DVDs and books, and its 10 best-selling CDs were Jackson titles as well.

    "They love him," said Bill Carr, Amazon's vice president for music and video. "He's a legend, and they're anxious to make sure they have his music in their collections."

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    Post Spokeswoman: Jackson's Doctor Not a Suspect

    The cardiologist who was with Michael Jackson when he collapsed is "in no way a suspect" in the pop singer's death, a spokeswoman for the doctor said Saturday after a three-hour interview with detectives.

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    new LAPD questions Jackson's doctor

    Michael Jackson's cardiologist, who met with detectives Saturday, has provided information that will help with the investigation into the singer's death, the Los Angeles Police Department said.

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    new 'No Red Flag' in Jackson Doc Interview: LAPD

    Los Angeles police interviewed Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, for 3 hours last night and found “no red flag” or indication of foul play in the pop icon's death, a source tells the LA Times . The LAPD says Murray is cooperating and is not a suspect, but Jackson's family doesn't want him cleared just yet, TMZ reports. They doubt his ability as a doctor and want a criminal investigation.

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    Post King of Pop Almost Died Same Way Once Before

    Jackson died of cardiac arrest Thursday, but almost the exact same scenario played out in 2004 when his brother Randy found him unconscious

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    new No Jackson Memorial Friday: Family Source

    There will be no public memorial for Michael Jackson at the Neverland Ranch this week, the AP reports. Previous reports had said that a viewing would be held Friday at the Santa Barbara estate, but a source close to the family says nothing is planned. Instead, there will likely be a funeral and burial in Los Angeles.

    Regardless of where a memorial is held, Jackson can’t be buried at Neverland Ranch because of legal restrictions that bar burials at private residences, the LA Times reports. Besides that hurdle, officials say they worried about the impact of having thousands of cars ascend the narrow mountain road to the ranch. Jackson’s family has the final say on any funeral arrangements.

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    Post Patients Praise Jackson's Doctor as 'Loving Soul'

    Michael Jackson's cardiologist has had his share of financial woes, but his former patients say he is a "loving soul" who stressed holistic living instead of narcotics and painkillers.

    Donna DiGiacomo, 51, of Las Vegas, said Dr. Conrad Murray implanted two stents into her right coronary arteries in May and then made two follow-up visits at Global Cardiovascular Associates in Las Vegas, including one in which he told her he could no longer be her cardiologist.

    "I was crying actually because I didn't want him to leave," DiGiacomo told FOXNews "He said he was going to London, but I didn't know why. … I love the man, there's nothing bad I can say about him. I wish all my doctors were like him."

    DiGiacomo said Murray prescribed drugs for her high blood pressure and high cholesterol, but he steered clear of pain medications.

    "He is more into eating healthy, watching your weight, exercise," she said. "[Murray was] very into a holistic approach. I get the impression if he could practice medicine without any drugs, that's what he would do."

    Murray, who was hired to accompany Jackson on his planned series of 50 concerts in London this summer, has cooperated with investigators and is considered a witness to Jackson's death, according to Miranda Sevcik, a spokeswoman for Edward Chernoff, one of Murray's attorneys.

    "They do not consider him a suspect," Sevcik told FOXNews "They consider him a witness."

    Police said he "provided information which will aid the investigation."

    Murray has not been without financial woes. A total of $435,000 in legal judgments were filed against him or Global Cardiovascular Associates last year, according to the Los Angeles Times. Five tax liens were also filed against him between 1993 and 2003, amounting to more than $44,600, county records show, and in 1992, Murray filed for bankruptcy in California.

    Murray has no history of discipline in the three states in which he's licensed to practice — California, Nevada and Texas. But his former partner at the Armstrong Medical Clinic in Houston, Dr. Davill Armstrong, has a checkered history of malpractice claims, many involving the illegal prescription of medications and controlled substances, and he is currently not allowed to practice medicine.

    The doctors both list the same address for their Houston medical practice, according to Texas Medical Board records.

    In 2004, Armstrong was disciplined by the state medical board for an incident two years earlier in which, the board determined, Armstrong had violated the standard of care by prescribing the drugs Albuterol and Dilantin without properly diagnosing that a 12-year-old patient had suffered from seizures in the first place, according to records.

    And in 2006, the medical board found that Armstrong again had violated standard of care by not comprehensively treating 15 patients and for failing to evaluate those patients for acute medical conditions.

    Armstrong’s license was suspended, but while on suspension, Armstrong hired other doctors to work at his practice. On one occasion, Armstrong’s wife — a medical technician not licensed to prescribe medication — wrote out prescriptions for Keflex using her husband’s prescription pad. She also gave an injection of an antibiotic call Rocephin.

    Armstrong's license was removed from suspicion in May, so he could enroll in the education classes ordered by the disciplinary board, but he cannot practice medicine.

    Armstrong did not return calls for comment.

    Meanwhile, other patients formerly treated by Murray echoed DiGiacomo's sentiments, praising Murray's gentle approach and his insistence on prescribing only ibuprofen or acetaminophen.

    "One time I told him, 'If you don't give me something for this pain, I'm checking out,' because he did not believe in giving drugs," Mary Webb told ABC13 in Las Vegas. "He did not."

    Webb told ABC13 she last visited Murray in April for coronary artery disease, and Murray put five stents in her arteries.

    "That is a damn good doctor," Webb told the station. "I don't care what nobody says. He's a damn good doctor."

    Ruby Mosley, of Houston, credits Murray with saving her life when he discovered two blockages in her heart.

    "If I had to rate Dr. Conrad Murray from one to a hundred," Mosley told KHOU-TV in Houston, "I'd give him every bit of a hundred."

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    coffee DEA Asked to Join Michael Jackson Investigation

    The investigation into the death of pop star Michael Jackson intensified this week when the Los Angeles Police requested help from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. The request is another indication that investigators are concentrating on Jackson's doctors and medications as possibly contributing to his death.

    The request came after a former nutritional counselor said Jackson repeatedly asked her for the drug Diprivan in order to sleep.

    Almost immediately after Michael Jackson was found unresponsive at his rented Los Angeles home and pronounced dead at the L.A. Medical Center, the investigation into his death turned to his medications and the healthcare that he was receiving.

    Addicted to Pain Killers?

    The Los Angeles Police Department impounded a vehicle driven by Jackson's live-in doctor, Dr. Conrad Robert Murray, because they thought there could be medications in the car relevant to their investigation.

    Jackson's family members told reporters that Dr. Murray administered the painkiller Demerol to Jackson shortly before he died, but Murray's attorney denied that he had ever given Jackson any Demerol or Oxycontin, the drug to which Jackson was allegedly addicted, according to court records.

    ABC News reported that a senior law enforcement official close to the initial investigation said Jackson was "highly addicted" to the painkiller Oxycontin and took daily dosages of it.

    Jackson Begged for Diprivan to Sleep


    Later, Cherilyn Lee, a registered nurse who provided nutritional counseling to Jackson and his children, told The Associated Press that Jackson suffered from chronic insomnia and had recently begged her to administer the powerful sedative diprivan (Propofol) to help him sleep.

    Although she repeatedly refused to give him diprivan, she said Jackson insisted that "his doctor" said it was safe to use. Although diprivan can be abused, the drug is typically used by doctors to relax patients so a breathing tube can be inserted for surgery or to help them tolerate being on the ventilator while in intensive care.

    The drug is always administered in a hospital setting so that the patient can be closely monitored with a heart monitor and usually while on a ventilator. It is never administered in a home setting without monitoring devices to assist with sleeping problems.

    DEA Asked to Join Investigation

    This week, the investigation into the medications Jackson may have been taking intensified when the DEA's diversion division was asked to join the LAPD probe. The division has regulatory authority over prescription drugs.

    "We routinely offer assistance to any agency regarding the Federal Controlled Substance act, however at this time we have nothing further to comment about the death of Michael Jackson," the DEA said in a statement.

    Meanwhile, the L.A. Coroner's Office is awaiting on the results of toxicology tests before determining the actual cause of Jackson's death. The tests should reveal what drugs were in his system at the time of death.

    Experts say that most deaths due to drug overdose are not due to taking too much of one particular drug, but caused by a combination of drugs taken together, such as taking sedatives along with pain medications.

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    new Jackson's Ex-Wife Rowe: 'I Want My Children'

    Debbie Rowe, mother of Michael Jackson’s two eldest children, wants custody—and a restraining order to keep them away from Jackson’s father, she told KNBC-TV of Los Angeles today. “I want my children,” said Rowe, ex-wife of the late singer and mother of Michael Jr., 12, and Paris Michael Katherine, 11. “I am stepping up. I have to.”

    Rowe says she will undergo DNA tests to prove she's the mother, as well as psychological tests. She didn't think a judge would grant her custody of Jackson's youngest child, who has a different surrogate mother, but she said she would be willing to raise 7-year-old Prince Michael II as well.

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    Reports that Michael Jackson’s autopsy results have been leaked are false, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.

    Ed Winter, assistant chief coroner, said details reported in the UK Sun about Jackson’s condition did not come from either of the two autopsies performed on the King of Pop.

    “I don’t know where that information came from, or who that information came from.
    It is not accurate. Some of it is totally false,” Winters told reporters.

    After an inconclusive autopsy was carried out on Jackson by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office, the family requested a second autopsy by a private pathologist. Toxicology tests are expected to take several weeks.

    According to The Sun, Jackson was a “virtual skeleton” with only pills in his stomach at the time he died.

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    His hips, thighs and shoulders were riddled with needle wounds — believed to be the result of injections of narcotic painkillers, given three times a day for years.

    And a mass of surgery scars were thought to be the legacy of at least 13 cosmetic operations.

    The examination showed the 5ft 10in star — once famed for his on-stage athleticism — had:

    PLUNGED to a “severely emaciated” 8st 1oz. It is understood anorexic Jackson had been eating just one meagre meal a day.

    Pathologists found his stomach empty aside from partially-dissolved pills he took before the painkiller injection which stopped his heart. Samples were sent for toxicology tests.

    LOST virtually all his hair. The pop pin-up was wearing a wig when he died and pathologists said little more than “peach fuzz” covered his scalp.

    A scarred section of skin above his left ear was entirely bald — apparently the result of a 1984 accident when his hair caught fire as he filmed an ad for Pepsi.

    SUFFERED several broken ribs as frantic rescuers pumped his chest after he collapsed in cardiac arrest. Four injection sites were found above or near to Jacko’s heart.

    All appeared to result from attempts to pump adrenaline directly into the organ in a failed bit to restart it.

    Three of the injections had penetrated the heart wall — causing damage — but a fourth missed and hit one of the 50-year-old star’s ribs.

    The autopsy also found unexplained BRUISING on Jackson’s knees and on the fronts of both shins. And there were CUTS on his back, indicating a recent fall.

    The King of Pop’s once handsome face bore a network of plastic surgery scars, while the bridge to his nose had vanished and its right side had partially collapsed.

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