Jackson family…OUTRAGE!

Where's the Moral Compass?

Where's the Moral Compass?

Michael Jackson’s estranged father Joe has spoken out for the first time since the pop legend’s death was ruled a homicide insisting the family “wants justice.” 
The Los Angeles’ County Coroner ruled on Friday the King of Pop, who died after suffering a cardiac arrest on June 25, was killed by a cocktail of strong prescription drugs.
His death was blamed on the “acute” presence of the anesthetic Propofol and anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam in his system.
The superstar had also taken Midazolam (Versed), Diazepam (Valium), Lidocaine (topical anesthetic) and Ephedrine prior to his death. Is there any reason for Ephedrine to be in MJ’s system?
 Jackson, 80, tells the Today show on Monday, “I keep thinking, I just can’t believe this happened to him… I’m not angry, I’m mad. I’m mad because I didn’t know all of this was going on, that’s what I’m mad about. I didn’t know he was taking that type of medication. They (the family) want justice to be done and that’s what is being done. I don’t know (if that means criminal charges). Sounds to me like the guilt is running rampant in the Jackson family house!
“It’s the first time I’ve ever heard of the drug. That tells me that was foul play, that’s what it tells me and (there is) more to be investigated to see what was behind all of this stuff, not just Dr. Conrad Murray. Someone should pay. Not just someone, but all of them should pay that’s (sic) involved. I didn’t say doctors, everybody else that’s involved.”
Dear Mr. Joe Jackson: Has it ever occured to you that you are not a walking talking Physician’s Desk Reference? Furthermore, just because you haven’t heard of a drug does not necessarily mean it is a mark for foul play.
In your extended absence from Michael’s life — which we don’t know if this was by your choice, family choice, Michael’s choice, or if the court authorities choice — we feel you might want to sit down before we start.
What was the difference between Michael’s death and that of Heath Ledger? Or Marilyn Monroe? Answer: The only difference was that the other two didn’t have a doctor on site. However, all three had similarities that were too common to be happenstance. Of the three deaths the users (deceased) we’re all under the care of a physician and received prescriptions from more than one doctor.
Furthermore, before we launch into anything vis-a-vie the Jackson clan we feel it is incumbent upon us to educate you a bit about your son, Michael. Michael had been strung-out on drugs the majority of his adult life. By strung-out we of course mean, addicted; in most cases it is next to impossible to get addicted to most medications; with the exception of those your son was taking.
It may be hard for the Jackson family to come to terms with, however, as much as we pray for them and their loss, we admit to ourselves two very important pathologies that MJ entertained. One, members of MJ’s entourage and family are every bit as culpable as any other entity; and two, MJ had a real problem with drugs; enough that they killed him. We do not believe that Dr.’s Murray or Klein killed MJ; we don’t believe that the Jackson family killed MJ though we are aware of the many intervention strategies they tried.
In finale Mr. Jackson, as much as we all hate to admit it…MJ through his uncontrollable lust for drugs inevitably killed himself.
And as such — if one single California taxpayer or American taxpayer gets robbed “wanting justice” — it would be doing Michael a great disservice!
 
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2 Responses

  1. Now Joe cares.

    • aestar101,

      Thank you for your response! And I love the way you languaged it….”Now Joe Cares” is so loaded!

      You know, there is more family skeleton’s in those closets than the normal public could ever handle.

      So what do you think…assisted suicide, negligence, or manslaughter? I’m still wondering why MJ had ephedrine in him from earlier in the day?

      Cheers and thanks again!

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