Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Topics - Rosie

Filter to certain boards:

Pages: [1]
Michael Jackson News / Jackson Children May Be Put Into Care
« on: May 10, 2010, 08:06:02 AM »
You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Jacko Kids Fear
Chaos at gran's could get Michael Jackson's kids put in care
By James Desborough, 09/05/2010

Pop icon Michael Jackson's three children could be taken into care amid claims they're living in CHAOS with grandma Katherine.

The 79-year-old mother of Jacko - who died last June - helps care for five other grandchildren at her LA home.

But authorities told her to move them and their mum Alejandra Oaziaza out after complaints that one of her brood had been seen brandishing a 300,000- volt stun gun and another had slapped his brother in the face.


Child welfare officials advised Katherine to take action a month ago because there were too many threats to "a stable life" for Jacko's kids Prince, 12, Paris, 11, and Blanket, seven.

But Alejandra and her family are still there and there are fears ALL the children may now be taken into care.

Alejandra had Genevieve, 20, and Randy Jnr, 17, by Randy Jackson, 48, and when they split she fell for his brother Jermaine, 55. They had two sons, Jaafar, 13, and Jermajesty, nine, and adopted Donte, 11.

They have all lived with Katherine for ten years and she is loath to move them out, especially as Paris is so close to Alejandra she calls her mum. A family insider said: "These are really tense and frightening times. With eight kids in one place it's a burden for Katherine.

"Officers asked for the numbers to be reduced, but nothing has happened. It's just a few days before they check back, and they have enough grounds to take all the youngsters into care.

"It's a nightmare and we are terrified of the next step."

Michael Jackson News / Jackson Dr. Conrad Murray Nailed
« on: March 20, 2010, 09:18:22 PM »
New report in todays "News Of The World"  :(

 You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Jackson doc Conrad Murray nailed
Damning ambulance report that could put Michael Jackson's doctor behind bars
FLAT-LINED: Jackson is whisked from home


WE reveal the dynamite documents prosecutors believe will put Michael Jackson's doctor behind bars.

They make up the official ambulance report that paramedics called to treat the stricken superstar filled out on the day he died.


The sensational evidence, published exclusively today by the News of the World, could be a hammer blow to the case of Dr Conrad Murray, charged with involuntary manslaughter over Jackson's death.

The bombshell Emergency Medical Service Report states:

Murray FAILED to inform paramedics that he had given the singer a dose of Propofol, the anaesthetic drug that coroners ruled killed the King Of Pop.

Jackson had already FLAT-LINED (no heart activity) by the time they arrived and after two rounds of heart revival drugs failed he was declared dead at the scene.

As senior medic there Murray nevertheless insisted Jackson be taken to hospital and DEMANDED a third round of drugs which also failed.

Insiders say the document also paves the way for Jackson's father Joe to launch a "wrongful death" lawsuit against Murray, who continues to practice in Houston, Texas.

A Jackson family friend told us last night: "This is the clearest suggestion yet that Murray misled the paramedics. Why didn't he tell them about the Propofol? We are sick at what this report indicates."

The report shows paramedics quizzed Murray about "meds" (medicines) after racing to a bedroom at Jackson's Hollywood Hills home at 12.27pm on June 25 last year.

Murray told them Jackson was exhausted after a sleepless night and he had given him only the sedative Lorazepam and fluids to rehydrate him.

This contradicts what Murray told police and the findings of the autopsy.

Detectives say the doctor also administered Valium, Midazolam, Flumanzenil and Propofol overnight. The coroner found Jackson's blood contained Lorazepam as well as other anxiety sedatives Lidocaine, Diazepam, Nordiazepam and Midazolam, plus Ephedrine which can be used for sleep disorders and Propofol. The medics left the Controlled Meds section of the form blank indicating that Murray, who was paid £100,000 a month by Jackson, had not informed them about the many substances he had pumped into him.

The explosive document also gives a detailed insight into the desperate battle ambulance staff put up to bring Jackson back to life. The medics rushed past the star's children Prince, 13, Paris, 11, and Blanket, seven, into a bedroom six minutes after bodyguard Alberto Alvarez called emergency services saying Jackson was not breathing. He had suffered a cardiac arrest.

The medics noted Murray performing CPR as Jackson lay on the floor with an intravenous (IV) drip in his left LEG. In the comments section, one wrote: "50-year-old found supine on floor, cpr in progress via PMD Murray, no visible new trauma, good lung sounds faltering, intubation, IV in place lft leg."

Their initial examination indicated Jackson was already dead.

In seconds they had hooked him to an oximeter which measures the oxygen level in blood. Normal readings range between 93 and 100 per cent. Jackson's was zero.

They noted in the Vitals section that at 12.29pm Jackson had no blood pressure, pulse or breath and his pupils were dilated. There was some "pulseless electric activity" meaning the heart muscle was still flickering even though the singer was dead.

After five minutes of CPR and discussions with Murray, medics attempted to restart Jackson's heart with a combination of heart stimulant epinephrine and a drug which keeps heart valves open called atropine. The drugs, 1mg of each, were given through the IV line Murray had put in the star's left leg.

The result of the injections are seen in the Initial Rhythm Chart part of the documents. It shows the fluids rocked the heart muscle but a few seconds later the shaking stopped.

The team also attached a bag valve mask (BVM) hooked up to a 7.5cm tube run down his throat into his lungs in a bid to kick-start his breathing, but it had no effect.

The report's Code Summary Figures show the bag briefly raised the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in his body, from 20 to 26, but he was not breathing. Normal levels are 35 to 45.

The bag was discarded on the bed as we revealed last July when we published a photo of the death scene.

After four minutes the medics repeated the 1mg shots of epinephrine and atropine. The Rhythm Chart showed the heart muscle again shook but Jackson remained flat-lined.

American paramedics often adopt a "two rounds and you're out" approach meaning a patient is dead if he has not responded after a double dose of the powerful drugs.

In addition, most doctors view a carbon dioxide (C02) figure as low as 10 as the point beyond which there is no chance of recovery. Jackson's had now sunk to just six.

Last night Califiornia paramedic Kevin James told us: "The charts and readings indicate this is a dead man's heart. The fact his C02 levels were so low indicate Jackson had been down and out for a while, perhaps tens of minutes or even longer."

At 12.58pm the paramedics made a final desperate effort to bring Jacko back, firing 50mg of bicarbonate into the jugular vein in his neck. The injection neutralizes harmful acids after a cardiac arrest. After this got no reaction they contacted bosses at UCLA hospital with their results and were told to stop treatment.

But Murray interrupted the call, insisting Jackson could be saved, despite all the readings. Eight minutes after his last jab, Jackson was rushed on the three-mile journey to UCLA.

In the ambulance, Murray assumed control as the most senior medic. He ordered a THIRD round of the epinephrine/atropine combination and a second shot of bicarbonate.

But the charts confirmed Jackson remained flat-lined and all vital signs were out when he arrived at the hospital at 1.13pm. He was finally declared dead at 2.26pm.

It was a couple of hours later that the medics filed the bombshell emergency service report, attaching the graphics and charts of their efforts. It will be key evidence in both Murray's trial and any "wrongful death" lawsuit brought by Jackson's father.


Last night News of the World GP Dr Hilary Jones said: "If the report is correct, it is clear Jackson was dead before the paramedics arrived.

"He was flat-lining and there was no response to the resuscitation medicine. It's extraordinary that Dr Murray apparently didn't tell the paramedics exactly what drugs Jackson had been on hours earlier.

"It was his absolute duty to do so and the report suggests he failed.

"In my opinion Jackson died from respiratory depression - he was so deeply asleep he stopped breathing.

"And there was no justification for him using Propofol. It's just so bizarre that he should be using that to help him sleep.

"Dr Murray is nothing but a medically-qualified drug pusher."

You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Michael Jackson News / Sue Happy Joe Strikes Again!
« on: February 07, 2010, 06:51:50 PM »
I don't recall seeing a photo of Michael being wheeled out of his house on a gurney, do you?  I saw the one in the ambulance, but not this one  :!:


Sue Happy Joe Jackson Strikes Again!

The well has run dry, Joe Jackson.

Give it up!

The money-hungry Jackson is looking to sue multiple media outlets that published an image of Michael Jackson, on the day of his death, being wheeled out of his home on a gurney and into an ambulance.

Joe's lawyer claims the pic is an invasion of the "family's privacy" and would like to take action against the publications as soon as a judge grants him the right to peruse through Michael's medical records.

Like that'll happen!

Image via WENN.]

Michael Jackson News / Tito: Not My Fault Ticket Sales Sucked!
« on: February 07, 2010, 06:46:51 PM »
On TMZ Just now:
Tito's Agent -- MJ Tribute Failure Not His Fault
Posted Feb 7th 2010 1:50AM by TMZ Staff

Tito Jackson's hands are clean when it comes to last year's failed Michael Jackson/Motown celebration concert ... this according to Tito's agent.

Tito's agent, Peter Seitz, is responding to allegations made by the concert's promoter, Roy Isaac, who told us the show went belly up in part because Tito refused to do press for the show ... and then made off with a $7,500 deposit check.

Peter tells TMZ Tito did in fact do press for the failed show -- and believes the real reason why ticket sales sucked was because Isaac "never completed booking the show."

As for the $7,500 check -- Peter says he never gave it to Tito in the first place. Peter says he's holding on to the check and personally told Isaac he'll never see it again if he doesn't figure out a way to either reschedule the concert, or reimburse Tito for the money he wasted on airfare and other expenses.

Peter says Isaac should "apologize and retract the story."

Read more: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

Michael Jackson News / GET COMFY CONRAD!!
« on: February 06, 2010, 10:26:49 PM »
Get Comfortable, Conrad! No Charges Filed Yet In Michael Jackson Case

The District Attorney's office announced that today's arraignment in the Michael Jackson case will now be held on Monday, meaning that Dr. Conrad Murray will not be charged until then.

How come all of El Lay shuts down when it rains???

Along with the hearing being canceled, Dr. Murray's legal team canceled their press conference.

Wonder what will be the excuse when they cancel again on Monday?
Yeah well! Monday has been cancelled too!  (Check out my post on Breaking News: No Arraignment For Dr. Murray Tomorrow)
No surprise there then....!!  ;)

« on: February 06, 2010, 10:09:02 PM »
*** Wow!  What a surprise! (Not) ***

LAPD/D.A. Feud Derails Dr. Murray Arraignment
Posted Feb 5th 2010 8:11AM by TMZ Staff

The scheduled arraignment Friday for Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of Michael Jackson will not take place as scheduled because of the feud between the L.A. County D.A. and the LAPD over Dr. Murray's surrender.

As we first reported, the LAPD was bent out of shape -- and that is an understatement -- because the D.A. had kept cops in the dark and had been working with Dr. Murray's lawyers to arrange a voluntary surrender in court at the time of the arraignment.

The plan as of Thursday afternoon: Dr. Murray's lawyers would drive him to the L.A. County Sheriff's Office at the Airport Courthouse in L.A. at 5:30 AM Friday, along with a bail bondsman. Dr. Murray would be booked, post bail and then walk into court without handcuffs or chains.

We're told the LAPD so vehemently objected to the plan ... the D.A. finally backed off. The LAPD wants to arrest Dr. Murray, book him and bring him into court in handcuffs and/or chains -- something that is fairly standard in homicide cases.

The plan has fallen apart and we're told ... as of now ... there will be no arraignment tomorrow.

It's starting out shaky, folks.

More Conrad Murray
Fued between LAPD & D.A. Deepens over Murray

Read more: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

News report just in by "News Of The World"

Michael Jackson to give evidence from beyond grave..for the defence
IN THE DOC: Conrad Murray
Records detailing Michael Jackson's death could be hidden forever

By James Desborough, 07/02/2010

POP legend Michael Jackson will make the ultimate comeback... by giving evidence at his OWN death trial as the star witness for the DEFENCE.

Lawyers for Doctor Conrad Murray want to use old video footage of spaced-out Jacko to demonstrate the depth of his drug habit.

Personal physician Murray is set to stand trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge for delivering a fatal drug cocktail overdose to the megastar in June last year.

His legal team hope Jackson's appearance from beyond the grave - which sounds like something straight out of his famous zombie video Thriller - will show Murray can't be guilty.


Instead, they will suggest that the King of Pop knew how to self- administer and battled pill addiction for over 17 years.

And in another wacko twist in the courtroom drama, Murray's legal team will also call two of Jacko's three CHILDREN to the stand.

They want Prince, 12, and 11-year-old Paris to discuss how their father constantly complemented Murray and claimed that he was "making him better".

Key videos will include footage of frail Jacko during his This Is It rehearsals and a 2007 court deposition where he discusses his pain medication.

The defence will also show images from 2004 where he slurs his words and appears drunk in rehearsals for a film role at his Neverland home library. Jackson's sister La Toya is furious that Murray is contesting any charges - and has urged cops to push for a murder case.

A legal source close to Murray, who will be charged in an LA court tomorrow, said: "Murray's legal team have quietly but steadily been building a robust defence case.

"A key element will be on-camera interviews Michael Jackson gave where he discusses and admits his drug use and others where he appears to be intoxicated.

"In effect, Michael Jackson himself will be the defence's star witness as they set out to prove he was a seasoned and habitual user and knew how to self-administer.

"The interviews and other evidence aim to show that Jackson had been addicted to prescription drugs for at least 15 years.

"They will try to prove that Jackson was in poor health and therefore the build-up of drugs and the effects of further doses were increased tenfold because of a weakened system.

"For these reasons, they will say Murray is not culpable and should therefore be found not guilty."

The News Of The World revealed last year how Murray claimed Jackson, 51, was an expert in running IV drips, including one for the drug Propofol - which he overdosed on.

Jacko's dependency on painkillers started in 1984 after pyrotechnics used in filming his Pepsi advert set his his hair on fire. He also took Valium, Xanax and Ativan after a civil lawsuit from alleged child abuse vistim Jordan Chandler in 1993.

Despite a rehab stint, he was back on the drugs, which were found by cops who raided the Neverland ranch in 2004.

In his last year Jacko was necking painkillers - Demerol, Dilaudid and Vicodin - all at the same time. The cocktail also included muscle relaxant Soma, anti-depressant Zoloft, anti- anxiety pill Paxil, sedative Xanax and heartburn tablet Prilosec. The singer's autopsy showed he had lethal amounts of anaesthesia drug Propofol in his system when he died, along with a mix of other prescriptions.

LaToya - who famously told us last July that she felt Jackson was murdered - spoke out after Murray returned to LA last week to surrender to cops.

She said: "He should be charged with murder, not manslaughter. It is terribly wrong."

Brother Jermaine, referring to Jackson arrest on child abuse charges, added: "Murray should be cuffed, he should be fingerprinted, he should have his mugshot just like they did my brother!

"It's all on the doctor. It could be first-degree murder, it could be whatever - Michael's not coming back, so where's the closure?"


Last week Murray visited Jacko's crypt at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.

He was seen walking up to the doors then sitting down on a wall outside as he paused for reflection.

A Jackson family insider said they were "shocked and upset" that Murray went to the star's final resting place.

The insider added: "It just seems like a calculated PR stunt before he's brought to trial."

Currently the LAPD and the district attorney are arguing over how Murray will enter court, either as a volunteer or in handcuffs. He is likely to be given $25,000 bail.

Sources say Murray could avoid a trial by plea bargaining a deal to a suspended sentence with a guilty admission.

Last night a spokesman for Dr Murray had no comment.

« on: February 06, 2010, 04:49:01 PM »

A poster on another website has made this video.  It seems to be new and very interesting.  See what you all think! :)
Hang in there till the end.  It's worth it!
See if you can spot the guy in the fedora ducking down and getting into the car.

All credit to PianoGames.

Pages: [1]
SimplePortal 2.3.6 © 2008-2014, SimplePortal