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I was googling Dan Reed to find out  more information on him and came upon the following article. It's along article, but a very good article.

I, like everyone is sick and tired of  the accusations about Michael, but what is the real purpose of Leaving Neverland? Wade has already tried once and the claim was thrown out, Sneddon tried and failed and even the FBI NEVER found anything against Michael. The claims in Leaving Neverland have been rebuked, people have come forward and said nothing ever happened. So why???

The article I found has linked people together that have been in Michael's life and not for the good. As I was reading, I thought of This Is It during 'Threatened' when the ghouls are summoned to go into darkness. I've always thought this was telling us that one day certain people were going to fall and be directed to the depths of hell.

I will be honest, I don't think like most people and have thought outside of the box many times during the past 10 years and I'm doing it again.

Can 'Leaving Neverland' actually have been orchestrated by Michael?  I'm not saying he created 'Leaving Neverland', but once Dan Reed put it in motion, Michael put a spin on it with the help of Wade and James. I know is sounds bizarre, but why couldn't it be? The more I listen to the interviews with Wade and James the more I believe this could be true. I don't hear how disgusted Wade and James are, they talk fondly of him and they seem just too calm.

I know many of you (if not all) will disagree with me, but why is it being brought up again?

If I've hurt anyone by my opinion, I'm sorry, but there has to be more to all of this. If you do believe there is no way this can be true, just remind yourself of the Murray trial; Murray didn't kill Michael, but yet there was a trial.

Here is the link to the article, it is too long to post here,

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Michael Jackson News / Investigation - Killing Michael Jackson
« on: June 28, 2019, 07:00:49 PM »
“This film does not judge Jackson on his music, his lifestyle choices, on the allegations,” Graff says. “This film is a detective story about the murder investigation around a superstar. There is a huge fascination, and there will continue to be with Jackson.”
For anyone interested in the work, life, and legacy of Jackson, there is one underlying message in the film. “You realize he could still be alive – whether to face justice or continue his career,” Fenton says.

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Joe Jackson / Prince, Paris and Blanket on 'display' on Joe's website
« on: March 16, 2015, 08:35:54 PM »
Why are pics of the kids on display?

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Quality time with Grandkids
By Angel Howansky on February 19, 2015

Spent a little time with my grandkids. Paris is now taller than me. Prince at 18 is going strong and Blanket is growing into his on. How time goes by so quickly. So proud of you all.

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By Alan Duke

MJ’s Kids Reunited! Paris Jackson In School & ‘Doing Fine’ After 18 Months Away
Posted on Mar 13, 2015 @ 4:15AM

Michael Jackson‘s daughter is “doing fine” and making good grades in a California high school 18 months after she was sent to a Utah boarding school following a suicide attempt, has exclusively learned.

Paris is happy and thriving now that she’s back home and living under one roof with her brothers, Prince and Blanket, and their grandmother, Katherine Jackson, in Calabasas, California.

Michael Jackson’s only daughter, who turns 17 next month, has another reason to feel good about life. She rushed to a hospital Tuesday with her cousin and co-guardian TJ Jackson when his pregnant wife went into labor, an insider tells Radar. The family is now celebrating the birth of Rio — TJ’s second son.

TJ’s family has also temporarily relocated to the Jackson’s large compound while they search for a nearby house, the source says. He had been making the 75-mile commute from Corona, California, to Calabasas to help Katherine oversee the late King of Pop’s three children.

“Paris is doing fine, very good,” a second source close to the family tells Radar of the teen who enrolled in a private L.A. high school to finish out her junior year. She is “doing good, getting good grades.”

The family had sent Paris to a private therapeutic boarding school in Utah after she cut her wrist and swallowed 20 Ibuprofen pills in an apparent attempt to end her life.

The world will never forget the tear-filled moment at a 2009 public memorial Michael when the then-11-year-old Paris took the stage to speak. “I just want to say ever since I was born, Daddy has been the best father you can ever imagine,” she said. “And I just want to say I love him so much.”

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'We Are the World' Associate Producer Shares 11 Behind-the-Scenes Stories

Billy Johnson Jr.
Senior Editor
‎March‎ ‎07‎, ‎2015

Quincy Jones enlisted longtime business partner Thomas Bähler as the associate producer and arranger for the recording of “We Are the World” — the classic anthem celebrating its 30th anniversary of release Saturday. B ähler, who already had impressive credentials working with Michael Jackson, Billy Joel, and Elvis Presley, was assigned the task of determining the bulk of the solos for the charity effort, which assembled a collective of 46 pop stars (dubbed “USA for Africa”) to raise money to feed the hungry.

Activist Harry Belafonte conceived the project and teamed with entertainment manager Ken Krager to bring the project to life. Krager presented the idea to his client Lionel Richie, who ended up co-writing the song with Michael Jackson.

Bähler, who considers “We Are the World” his most significant project to date, shares some of his fondest behind-the-scenes stories about the recording session in an exclusive interview with Yahoo Music.

1. “We Are the World” mastermind Harry Belafonte stayed in the background.

"Harry is one of the great human beings of all time," Bähler says. "He’s always been a part of helping people be better, and it was maybe Bob Geldof and him that went to Ken. Harry makes connections and kinda steps back. I barely remember him being there that night. I know he was, because we talked. I love that kinda power. That he could have the power and respect to put all those people together and then just stand back and let it happen. It is the truly great people that I find that are like that."

2. Quincy Jones strategized an approach to make the process move as smoothly as possible.

"Quincy became the general. He mapped it out as if it were a war," Bähler remembers. “‘What could go wrong?’ ‘How do we get this accomplished?’ ‘What happens?’ ‘We never had 50 major egos in the same studio. What can we do to keep things on track?’ And it was beautifully orchestrated in terms of what we were going to do."

3. Diana Ross’s humility shifted the mood in the room.

"Diana Ross is known as one of the big divas of all time, and she’s the one that broke the ice," Bähler recalls. "When I passed out the music, we put a dummy track on. We were listening to it, getting the feel of it, and while they were rewinding the tape, Diana went over to Darryl Hall and said, ‘Can you sign my music? I’m your biggest fan.’ And as soon as she said that, we all looked at each other and said, ‘Oh my God. Look at who is here.’ We all went around to each other for the next hour-and-a half, signing each other’s music. By the time that was over, we were a family. There was a feeling of love. It was beautiful."

4. They recorded the group chorus first.

"The way we dealt with it overall was to do the chorus with everybody first, and then excuse the group, and only the people that were singing the solos stayed," Bähler reveals. "So there was no embarrassment for anybody who wasn’t there who wasn’t picked because they had already been notified."

5. Cyndi Lauper recorded her line in one take.

"The only funny thing that happened was that Cyndi Lauper was singing at the end of the bridge," Bähler explains. "We had them line up in a big horseshoe and had their names put on the floor so they knew where to stand. By the time we got around to Cyndi, we’d been singing for a couple hours. When she sang her line at the end of the bridge, Quincy was in the booth. He said, ‘That’s great, Cyndi.’ She said, ‘Wait a minute! Wait a minute! I’ve been waiting for two hours and you’re going to let me sing this once?’ And Quincy said, ‘Come on in here, baby, and listen to this.’ She went into the booth and heard it and said, ‘OK. I’m done.’ So why sing it over and over when you just killed it? It was sweet.”

6. The solos were determined in advance.

"As far as how we were going to deal with the soloists, Quincy had two directions," Bähler says. "Lionel was the first one to write the song, so he should sing the first line. And Michael co-wrote it, so he should sing the first chorus. Because Diana and Michael were so closely associated – at one time when the boys moved to the West they lived with Diana – that to bring Diana on the first chorus with Michael [made sense]. After that, [Quincy] said, ‘It’s your baby.’ It was fun because I had worked with a lot of the folks in there and the other was just the fact that I was well aware of all of them and their proclivities and how they sang and their talents and it pretty much worked itself out. I just heard. I heard where Steve Perry came in, where the Boss came in. I just followed my instincts."

7. Ray Charles was most revered in the room.

"I’ve been asked if there was a king? We all decided that there was," Bähler says. "It was later that we talked about it, and that was Ray Charles. Everybody in there paid homage to Ray and Ray wasn’t looking for it. That wasn’t his thing at all. When you looked around the room and saw who was in there and saw what everyone had done, everybody looked at Ray. It was just a period there we were waiting for something. I think what happened is that Ray sat down at the piano and started singing, and we were all just in awe of him."

8. Prince was asked to participate.

"I know that Prince was invited, but he didn’t come," Bähler shares. "Otherwise I would have probably had him in the solo group. "

9. There was no drama about the guest list.

"I don’t know if any of us really concentrated on that," Bähler says. "I think we picked people we wanted. We knew there was an editing process. I don’t think there was any special criteria of who to sing other than they were the people that felt right. There were no hard feelings that I knew of. It also helped that the American Music Awards were in Hollywood, and so the people were there. That had a lot to do with it. I think had we had our druthers, if we could pick from anyone in the country, we’d probably had had Aretha there. But Aretha won’t travel. I really don’t recall why people were there; why they weren’t."

10. Comedian Dan Aykroyd earned his spot in the chorus.

"Dan can sing," Bähler asserts. "I’ve worked with him before and he sings beautifully."

11. Diana Ross made a lasting impression.

"One of my favorite memories is that we got there before the sun was down in January," Bähler says. "We were at A&M Studio. All of the artists came in. They came and they went. Some hung around longer. Quincy, Ken, Diana, and I all walked out of A&M the same time, which was 8 a.m. the next morning. As we’re walking to our cars, we hear this woman crying, and it was Diana. Quincy said, ‘Oh my God, what’s wrong, baby?’ And she said, ‘I don’t want this to be over.’ That’s the memory I’ll hold forever."

In addition to his career in music, Bähler has authored two books, the best-selling novel Anything Is Possible, and the forthcoming release What You Want Wants You.

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Dr. Conrad Murray / Murray wants to set up practice in Trinidad/Tobago?
« on: February 22, 2015, 10:04:57 PM »
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By Anna Ramdass
Story Created: Feb 19, 2015 at 8:39 PM ECT 
(Story Updated: Feb 19, 2015 at 8:39 PM ECT  )

Dr Conrad Murray, former doctor to late pop superstar Michael Jackson, has indicated he intends to return to Trinidad and set up a centre of excellence for health care.

Murray spoke to the Express on Carnival Tuesday as he proceeded to hit the road with Island People mas band.

“It’s just a fabulous time to be back and see the festivities and see everybody frolic and be free of incidents and crime and all of that and just have a holistic experience that you won’t find anywhere else in the world but in Trinidad.”

Murray is no stranger to Trinidad as his mother lives here and he frequented the capital city to perform heart surgeries at St Clair Medical Hospital.

He had met with Health Minister Dr Fuad Khan last year when he offered his services on a consultancy basis to assist children in need of specialist care treatment in the US.

Murray said he has a special love for Trinidad and its people and wants to give back to this country.

“I am certainly making a promise to come to Trinidad and to transform medicine to a new level that they have not seen,” he said.

“That will include the very first centre of excellence for acute stroke intervention, which means anyone who has a embryonic stroke, not haemorrhagic stroke, upon the presentation of symptoms if they are able to get to my centre within four hours I will reverse all of the effects of that stroke, 90 per cent or greater.”

Murray said these plans were in the “development stages” at the moment and he wants to include a vascular unit in the centre that will be based on referrals.

“We will have people from different parts of the world flying into Trinidad for the very first time to get speciality care for vascular cases. I am also considering looking at complete overall wellness, where we will look at the androgens and the hormonals aspect of the human body, natural preservation,” said Murray.

He said people face a lot of health issues such as hair loss and sex drive problems which are tied to nutrition and there will be a wealth of information and care provided.

Asked whether he had obtained his medical licence from Trinidad or the US, or if he plans to operate based on a consultancy level where he is not hands on, Murray replied: “That is not yet completed, but I clearly do plan one day, I don’t know exactly the date or when, I will have a licence and be able to practise.”

So is this wishful thinking on Murray's part or will he be able to practice medicine again?

Here is  story from a few years back where Murray would go to Trinidad while living in the States to help with surgeries:

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Dr Conrad Murray worked in TT
By SEAN DOUGLAS Friday, October 7 2011

DR Conrad Murray, now on trial in the USA for the involuntary manslaughter of pop icon, the late Michael Jackson, once practised as a doctor in TT, Newsday has learnt.

Murray, a Grenada-born TT national, grew up in El Socorro but migrated to the USA where he studied and practised medicine and later returned to TT a few times to treat patients.

Dr Kongshiek Achong Low, head of the local private hospital, St Clair Medical Centre, yesterday told Newsday that Murray was brought down to TT occasionally by cardiologist Dr Ronald Henry to work at St Clair.

“Dr Henry invited him to Trinidad. I’d never met Murray, but just saw him once. That was about 11 or 12 years ago. I didn’t have as much input at St Clair Medical Centre as I do now,” said Achong Low.

“Dr Henry knew Murray and invited him. He worked for Dr Henry in some procedures he’d be doing. Dr Henry was at St Clair Medical Centre. He would come to TT for one week at a time, at Dr Henry’s invitation.”

Asked about Murray’s reputation in TT, Achong Low replied, “I don’t know. Dr Henry would provide patients for him.”

Speaking to Newsday at his office at Oxford Street, Port-of-Spain on Wednesday, Henry refused to comment on his links to Murray.

“This has been commented on when the story first broke, by a couple of local docs. I have not commented,” said Henry.

“I have said to other requests such as yours recently, that I have thought about this for quite awhile, and have made the determination that while this is before the courts, and the courts are going on, I really would not have any public statements on the matter.”

“I’m sorry I couldn’t be of more assistance. I understand the need for knowledge, but I don’t think now is the time for me to comment,” he added.

Reports reaching Newsday are Murray was not persuaded, financially, to stick around in TT but instead sought out greener pastures in the USA.

Murray is on trial for the June 25 death of Michael Jackson who suffered a heart attack allegedly caused by a drug overdose. In his defence, Murray has denied giving the fatal dose, instead claiming that it was self-administered by Jackson.

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Murray has been at the center of this whole thing since day 1. The entire focus has been on him, so is he guilty of anything? Or is it all a mind game?

I just watched 48 hours; it was about some guy who supposedly hired someone to kill his wife and in the end he took a plea deal instead of going to trial. At the end of the show it said that because he took a plea bargain he would not be able to file an appeal. And that got me to thinking about Murray.

I remember that Murray's lawyers said he would not take a plea deal which could mean a number of things.

1. Murray was not guilty and would take a chance with the jury to be found not guilty (this scenario was part of the hoax)
2. Murray was guilty (representing someone else) and there was no chance a plea deal was going to be offered.
3. Murray was guilty of doing something and no plea deal was going to be offered.
4. Murray, if found guilty, would be able to file an appeal because Murray represents someone else.
5. Murray, if found guilty, would be able to file an appeal because Murray really did do something (or try to do something) to Michael.

What are your thoughts?

Do you think Murray is guilty of something or completely innocent?

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Whitney Houston's daughter breathing in hospital after being found unresponsive: CNN


33 minutes ago
(Reuters) - Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of late pop star Whitney Houston and of singer Bobby Brown, was found unresponsive in a bathtub at her home near Atlanta on Saturday and was taken to hospital where she was breathing, CNN reported.

TMZ entertainment news website also reported that Brown, 21, was breathing after being revived at the hospital. Police and fire officials did not immediately respond to calls requesting comment.

Brown was hospitalized at North Fulton Hospital in Roswell, a suburb north of Atlanta, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported. A spokeswoman at the hospital was not immediately available for comment.

Whitney Houston, a famous but troubled singer who battled substance abuse issues, was found unconscious in a Beverly Hills hotel bathtub and died in February 2012. Authorities have said Houston drowned but attributed her death also to cocaine use and heart disease.

The anniversary is coming up next month............

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Hoax Pictures / Has this emblem that Prince wore been discussed on here?
« on: January 24, 2015, 04:11:11 PM »
This is too much to be a coincidence.

What could it mean? I have tried to find what this emblem is but no luck. It looks to have a crown on top, M in the middle and a locket at the bottom. It reminds me of a sweater that is part of private school outfit.

Also, Blanket had the same sweater on with the emblem as well in the store.

Pic of sweater Prince is wearing on the 'green jacket' shopping day:

Prince with same emblem on arm band when he was in Germany:

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Other Odd Things / My personal experiences with this hoax
« on: January 22, 2015, 12:37:27 AM »
I would like to share some experiences that have happened to me in regards to this hoax and hopefully other people can add experiences they have had during these past 5 years.

I know some of what I say is going to sound unbelievable and believe me I still find some of it hard to believe.

Bizarre moment # 1: Two days before Michael left us, I had a dream about him. This in of itself is odd, I probably last dreamt of Michael 30 years ago. It lasted only seconds but it was long enough for me to see him. While watching the news coverage 2 days later, that dream popped into my head and that is when I knew Michael was alive. The feeling that came over me told me everything was ok and I remember looking at him (the 02 conference was being shown) and asking him What are you up to Michael? I have always wondered if Michael had reached out to fans and tried to 'connect' with them spiritually.

Bizarre moment #2: Ustream. I’m sure you all know what this place is. Well, someone created a channel saying it was Michael (I don’t believe that part is true) and he was going to be there March 20th (or the 21st, can’t remember the exact date).  Months went by with our group meeting regularly and talking about Michael and being visited by guests who would never sign in or talk to us. Fast forward to May of that year (2010) and that all changed. Part of our group was there and someone joined us. I was a little late getting there that night so the conversation was already going when I signed in. And then I received a hello from this stranger and for the next 7 ½ hours someone talked to each of the group members who were there. To this day I have not been able to figure out who this person was. Yes, I know it could be someone playing a game but who would sit there and talk for 7 ½ hours to strangers pretending to be Michael? I have never been able to answer that question. And just to let you know our group had always figured some of the guests who would show up were non believers from and some who were nicely playing with us. I did find out one of the groups who were there – they were from twitter.
Whoever this person was, it was as though he knew each one of us personally; it was like the conversation was tailored to each of us. One of the group members wasn’t on that night and this person was disappointed she wasn’t there; he made a point to come back and talk to her a couple of days later. And I know it was the same person because he had said something to me and he said the same thing to her. One thing to know is this person typed in caps – always. Since then I have this thing when I see words that are capitalized LOL! If this was Michael he said he will be back and that he was continuing his mission.

Bizarre moment #3: The dates these conversations took place on Ustream were mentioned in Murray’s trial and in Joes lawsuit. And during Murray’s trial a court case # kept being brought up so I figured it meant something so I looked it up. My last name matched to one of the parties in that case. And I do not have a common last name.

Bizarre moment # 4: Ustream started to get weird and at one point it was decided we would call the LAPD because of certain things that were being said and questions being asked. So I called the LAPD. I first called the DA’s office but I was hung up on. I ended up getting a dispatcher and told him that I believed Michael was alive and that I would like to talk to someone about him possibly being in danger. The guy never once laughed at me and was so respectful. He said that he would connect me to the police department ‘over by Michael’s house’, oddity # 1. Oddity # 2 was when he asked me if I knew where Michael was. Oddity # 3 came when the person I got after being transferred put me on hold. At that moment I think the call was being traced (LOL!) – it sure took a long time for her to come back and when she did she said she couldn’t help me.

Bizarre moment # 5: June 2010 – Neverland. Real or not, this is the one moment that I will cherish forever. 3 of us went to Neverland and were fortunate to talk to one of the guards at the front gates. I had no idea how the conversation was going to be started or what was going to be said, but we survived! First, let me tell you this person was on staff at Neverland in 2005 and he told us he had signed a confidentiality agreement when he came back in 2009. Just out of the blue he told us that. During our conversation he mentioned that he hadn’t seen Michael’s ghost yet and that Michael made a good move to buy Neverland because there were lots of places to hide there. I was stunned and flabbergasted all at the same time! We did tell him we were believers that Michael was alive and he didn’t say anything to talk us out of it nor did he say he wasn’t. Going back to Ustream a bit, in the conversation with that person we were told we were special and this is where Neverland gets bizarre. The guard told us we were special – I thought the ground was going to swallow me whole! He had to take a call and when he came back he had his e-mail address. We had taken some pics with him earlier and he said for me to send him the pics; that is when he said that we were special and he kept saying now don’t forget to send me the pics. As we turned and said goodbye the most comforting feeling came over me; I swear I felt Michael. I don’t know if he was there or not, but I would say he was. After I composed myself I noticed there were other folks up at the gate and I overheard one of them ask the guard if he could take a pic with him. The guard said no that it wasn’t allowed.

Here is the response I received from the guard after e-mailing him the pics (I have removed names):

Re: Hi from the girls at Neverland
FROM: M---
TO: K---
Message flagged
Sunday, July 4, 2010 2:51 AM
Dear A---, K--- and L---,
 thank you for your email and the pictures.
 It was nice to meet you at the Neverland Gate.
 Last weekend was very busy there
 a lots of Fans came to pay respect to Michael.
 I love it there, the Nature is Beautiful.
                           Thank you with Love

Of course after reading this I couldn’t help but notice some letters were in caps when they shouldn’t be. F, G, N, B, L

And does it really make any sense what is in the response?

And one last thing, this guards e-mail address spells Miko Train when you rearrange the letters. We all know who Miko is and we all know where the train is.

Bizarre moment # 6: I had posted on another topic about Paris wearing a hat and having a colored streak in her hair on Ellen. One of the members from our group on Ustream had asked if one of the children couldn’t wear a hat and a ribbon in public so we knew that Michael had been on Ustream. Paris wore a hat and had a colored lock of hair on Ellen. Close enough to match to a Fedora and a ribbon. Our group is also known as Michael’s heart team over on Ustream and during the show Paris made a heart with her hands.

Can everything be coincidences? Sure, but to know how I felt when all of this happened, all of the emotions I would like to at least think some of it is true.

Has anybody else had any situations happen to them or maybe someone they know?

Love you Michael!

The Coroner and Autopsy Report / Did Michael have diabetes?
« on: January 21, 2015, 07:13:35 PM »
I don't see a specific thread on the diabetes test that is in the autopsy report, so here goes.

Page 42 of the autopsy shows a Hemoglobin A1C test was done and the results came back being 5.1 %. The test was done through Quest Diagnostics.

An AC1 test is for diabetes – it gives the average blood sugar level over a 2/3 month period

The AC1 test is done with a blood sample (trauma, gershwin anyone?).

Did Michael have diabetes or was this someone else?

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The A1C test is a common blood test used to diagnose type 1 and type 2 diabetes and then to gauge how well you're managing your diabetes.

The A1C test goes by many other names, including glycated hemoglobin, glycosylated hemoglobin, hemoglobin A1C and HbA1c.
The A1C test result reflects your average blood sugar level for the past two to three months. Specifically, the A1C test measures what percentage of your hemoglobin — a protein in red blood cells that carries oxygen — is coated with sugar (glycated). The higher your A1C level, the poorer your blood sugar control and the higher your risk of diabetes complications.

A1C test be the primary test used to diagnose prediabetes, type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes.

Your doctor will likely use the A1C test when you're first diagnosed with diabetes. This also helps establish a baseline A1C level. The test may then need to be repeated while you're learning to control your blood sugar.
For someone who doesn't have diabetes, a normal A1C level can range from 4.5 to 6 percent.

When the A1C test is used to diagnose diabetes, an A1C level of 6.5 percent or higher on two separate tests indicates you have diabetes. A result between 5.7 and 6.4 percent is considered prediabetes, which indicates a high risk of developing diabetes.

For most people who have previously diagnosed diabetes, an A1C level of 7 percent or less is a common treatment target.

Here is the logo for diabetes:

That has always reminded me of this:

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Diabetic emergencies

People (usually with type 1 diabetes) may also experience episodes of diabetic ketoacidosis, a type of metabolic problems characterized by nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain, the smell of acetone on the breath, deep breathing known as Kussmaul breathing, and in severe cases a decreased level of consciousness.[18]

A rare but equally severe possibility is hyperosmolar nonketotic state, which is more common in type 2 diabetes and is mainly the result of dehydration.[18]

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Endocrinology 07.17.2007

Diabetes Increases Hospital Complications for Trauma Patients

—HERSHEY, Pa. -- Diabetes complicates hospital trauma care much as it does for in-patient acute care, researchers here reported.
by Judith Groch

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Common Canine Autoimmune Disorders
Laurel J. Gershwin DVM PhD Dipl. ACVM
Dept. of Pathology, Microbiology, & Immunology
School of Veterinary Medicine
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA 95616

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Who is at risk for proteinuria?

People with diabetes, hypertension, or certain family backgrounds are at risk for proteinuria. In the United States, diabetes is the leading cause of ESRD.1 In both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, albumin in the urine is one of the first signs of deteriorating kidney function. As kidney function declines, the amount of albumin in the urine increases.

Another risk factor for developing proteinuria is hypertension, or high blood pressure. Proteinuria in a person with high blood pressure is an indicator of declining kidney function. If the hypertension is not controlled, the person can progress to full kidney failure.

African Americans are more likely than Caucasians to have high blood pressure and to develop kidney problems from it, even when their blood pressure is only mildly elevated. In fact, African Americans are six times more likely than Caucasians to develop hypertension-related kidney failure.

Other groups at risk for proteinuria are American Indians, Hispanics/Latinos, Pacific Islander Americans, older adults, and overweight people. These at-risk groups and people who have a family history of kidney disease should have their urine tested regularly.

What are the tests for proteinuria?

Until recently, an accurate protein measurement required a 24-hour urine collection. In a 24-hour collection, the patient urinates into a container, which is kept refrigerated between trips to the bathroom. The patient is instructed to begin collecting urine after the first trip to the bathroom in the morning. Every drop of urine for the rest of the day is to be collected in the container. The next morning, the patient adds the first urination after waking and the collection is complete.

Does everyone remember the interview that La Toya gave on the View? She said that Michael had kidney problems.

Around the 2:15 mark kidney/liver problems


Michael Jackson Death Hoax - Latoya's interview on The View 
Uploaded on Jul 23, 2011

Now I highlighted some areas, one being the word acetone.

One of the testimonials (I think Sam) from the followers said that she could smell like acetone when Michael came out of Arnies office one day.

On another a urine collection over a 24 hour period; does that ring a bell with everyone?

If Michael does have diabetes (and it was obviously in a very good range per the test) I highly doubt he was taking all that crap Murray said he gave him.

If Michael doesn't have diabetes who was that test on, and why was it done on a dead person???

Love you Michael!

I decided to check when some of the people who we believe are part of this hoax created their twitter accounts:

1. Nelson De La Nuez
Joined March 2009
5:48 PM March 11th, 2009
Joined March 2009
7:28 AM March 16th, 2009
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Nelson, Teddy, Kenny and Elizabeth all in March; the month of the 02 conference.

Who else can we check on?

Love you Michael!

Not sure if this information is available on here or not.

I found this article from 2007 raising an alert within the medical field of patients who have experienced chills, fever, and body aches shortly after receiving propofol.

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Propofol (marketed as Diprivan and as generic products) Information

FDA ALERT [6/15/2007] - FDA is issuing this alert to inform healthcare professionals about several clusters of patients who have experienced chills, fever, and body aches shortly after receiving propofol for sedation or general anesthesia. FDA has tested multiple units of propofol vials and lots used in patients who have experienced these symptoms and to date, these tests have not identified any vials contaminated with bacteria or endotoxins.

FDA recommends that healthcare professionals who administer propofol for sedation or general anesthesia carefully follow the recommendations for handling and use found in the current product labeling1.

In addition, please report to the MedWatch program patients who have received propofol for sedation or general anesthesia and subsequently experienced fever, chills, and body aches or other symptoms of an acute febrile reaction (see MedWatch reporting information at the bottom of this page). Patients who develop these symptoms shortly after receiving propofol should be evaluated for bacterial sepsis.

The FDA is working closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDCP) to investigate possible reasons for the patients’ illnesses following propofol administration. The FDA will provide more information as it becomes available.

This information reflects FDA’s current analysis of available data concerning this drug. Posting this information does not mean that FDA has concluded there is a causal relationship between the drug product and the emerging drug safety issue. Nor does it mean that FDA is advising practitioners to discontinue prescribing the product. FDA is considering, but has not reached a conclusion about, whether this information warrants any regulatory action. FDA intends to provide updated information when it becomes available.

Sounds like the symptoms that Michael had.

Was this knowledge contributed by Murray (or possibly Michael) to make it look like there was something wrong with Michael?

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Revisiting Old Stuff / Murray's Nevada Medical License
« on: January 17, 2015, 02:37:27 PM »
I have always felt Murray’s medical licenses meant something so I've kept an eye on them.

I found an old topic on here that contained this article:

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Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray no longer licensed in Nevada
3:29 PM, Nov. 8, 2011

"Dr. Conrad Murray's Nevada medical license expired in July and he did not renew," said Edward Cousineau, the board's deputy director. "In June of 2010 we entered into an agreement with (Murray's) attorney restricting his practice in Nevada. He wasn't allowed to do anything involving anesthesia."

1. So according to this 2011 article restriction was placed on Murray’s Nevada medical license in June 2010. Murray’s Nevada medical license expired June 30, 2011.
2. Through at least  June 30th, 2013 the status on the Nevada medical license was: Suspended NP-Active-Restricted
3.As of today the status is Suspended-Non Pay. What happened to the restricted wording? Isn’t he still restricted? So if Murray pays to have his license re-instated that will be allowed?

License Information
License Type: Medical Doctor
License Number: 9141 Status: Suspended-Non Pay
Issue Date: 8/17/1999 Expiration Date: 6/30/2011 

When I first saw the Suspended NP-Active-Restricted status a few years back I got curious. What does Suspended NP mean? Does NP mean nonpayment (if so why not just put nonpayment?)?

I found another meaning of NP which is Nolle prosequi

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Nolle Prosequi
 [Latin, Will not prosecute.]

The term nolle prosequi is used in reference to a formal entry upon the record made by a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit or a prosecutor in a criminal action in which that individual declares that he or she wishes to discontinue the action as to certain defendants, certain issues, or altogether. A nolle prosequi is commonly known as nol pros.

If the believers are correct (and I do believe we are) Murray was the fall guy in all of this and he is not guilty of killing Michael.

If the NP does mean nolle prosequi why was there a trial? We all know there had to be a trial because something did happen that day, but it wasn’t at the hands of Conrad Murray. The parole document backs up that Murray is not guilty and leads to the belief the trial was about someone else.

If NP does only mean non payment and the restriction has been removed from his Nevada medical license doesn't that prove he isn't guilty as well?

Love you Michael!

Neverland / Anyone planning on going to Neverland this year in June?
« on: January 03, 2015, 03:16:13 PM »
I've been to Neverland a few times and plan on going again this year. I usually make a trip to Forest Lawn and Carolwood as well.

Does anyone here plan on going?

Neverland can be a great place to get clues!

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