Michael Jackson’s Illuminati sacrifice case continues
Michael Jackson’s death is full of odd circumstances and rumors of Illuminati involvement. His doctor attempted CPR on the bed, which anyone with CPR training can tell you is pointless since you’d have a difficult time breaking the sternum which is necessary to get the chest compressions to the correct depth. The doctor is doing a bid for the manslaughter charges involved with MJ’s death too. UPDATE 05JUN2013: One more oddity with Paris Jackson’s attempted suicide.
Now it turns out that the concert promoter “AEG Live” is being sued for wrongful death by MJ’s family. The claim is that they paid Dr. Murray to keep MJ going, no matter what (which probably played a part in his adminstration of the lethal doses of medications so MJ could function). The emails have been released and they do look rather incriminating:
“The emails reveal that AEG Live and Randy Phillips (the company’s President) knew Michael couldn’t perform and that AEG Live hired Murray. They had long denied hiring him,” an inside source told FOX411’s Pop Tarts column. “This is and always had been one of the things the family noted, and AEG denied, which is that they hired Murray. The family believes now that AEG will be inclined to settle and pay out potentially $500 million.”
Another email sent to Ortega 11 days before Jackson’s death, from AEG Live Co-CEO Paul Gongaware, suggested that the promoters were upset Murray kept Jackson from attending rehearsals the previous day, and allegedly cautioned: “we want to remind (Murray) that it is AEG, not MJ, who is paying his salary. We want to remind him what is expected of him.”
The Jackson family has long advocated that AEG Live put tremendous pressure on Jackson’s personal physician to keep his $150,000 per month job tending to the world’s biggest musical star and ensuring that he be ready for the tour, irrespective of his health.
Michael’s own sister, Latoya, believes he was murdered:
“I believe Michael was murdered,” she said. “I felt that from the start. Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people. He was surrounded by a bad circle. Michael was a very meek, quiet, loving person. People took advantage of that. People fought to be close to him, people who weren’t always on his side.”
Michael was rumored to have been framed because he was talking about exposing the truth behind the music industry, so they trumped up some stories about him messing with the kids in the media. Dude was a little bit off so I’m not sure what to think about all that. One thing that is true is that he gave a positive message and his music fell off sharply at some point around the time he got into all this legal trouble.