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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 04:24:10 AM
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I would assume he had on pajama pants (shiny blk pants), but the hospital would have probably cut them off and  put a hospital gown on him (just my guess). However, Ive never known anyone to carry their DL in their Pajama pants.  :?

I heard a girl on tv say that he wasn't wearing nothing but a black pair of slacks.  So if the pants had pockets who knows but this doesn't seem like the legal way to identify someone.  A person that knows the patient would have to confirm the identity.  It should also be confirmed by fingerprints, dental records, and DNA.  Makes no sense.
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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 01:53:43 PM
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His main body guard would likely carry his information for him most of the time.
why would the body guard do that?
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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 02:01:15 PM
I'm not sure that when they are saying that they identified the body by looking at his DL necessarily meant that MJ, or anybody there, physically had it on/with him/them.  They could have just looked up his info on the state's database which would have his driver license photo, etc. on it.  After all, the coroners dept is a governmental agency and would have access to the info, not to mention PD.
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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 02:06:37 PM
Are we all not getting confused here?

Is it not logical to assume that when the body was handed over for the autopsy, is it not reasonable to assume that whatever medics had been working on him before he "died", that they would prepare the body for examination for autopsy, i.e., have it unclothed and laid out on a table with a sheet or towel etc over it? When my dad passed 2 years ago very suddenly (massive heart attack), the doctors etc didn't just hand his body over - they "prepared" it so to speak. Am I making sense? So therefore, it doesn't really matter what he was or not wearing at the time of death, because the autopsy isn't really interested in what he was actually wearing and wouldn't document it as such. Clear as mud to everyone?? :|
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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 03:45:35 PM
I think that was a great point.  Why would what someone's wearing be in a coroner's report?
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Re: drivers license
February 10, 2010, 05:16:28 PM
This is what I got from the report.  It said that Michael had an iv in his leg.  They were trying to determine if he was able to give himself propofol.  How could he have on shiny black pants and still have an iv in his leg?  I know you could just push up the pant leg, but wouldn't it be easier to just take off the pants.  I dont know what to think about this report.  There are so many inconsistancies between what we have been led to believe before and now what is in the report.  Why did it take so long to make it public?  Why was it made public?  I was in tears when I was reading it, all on the same day that Murray was charged.  Does his family just want us to believe that he truly is gone?  So many questions and not enough answers.
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Re: drivers license
February 11, 2010, 01:54:31 AM
The report was sealed until the investigation was complete...that's why it was released the same day they pressed charges against Murray.  I really don't think the clothing or DL are significant.
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Re: drivers license
February 11, 2010, 02:06:58 AM
I read some article a while back from a guy whom worked ont he Dangerous album with MJ and he said that MJ could not drive very well lol, that he would smash up car that were parked in the parking lot, so he would run out for MJ, I remember he talked about going to Mc Donalds for him since he had never eaten it, and he order one of ebeything, and the other was going to buy him so underwear lol, sorry it seems bezare but the guy was pretty truthful. I don't know if any of you had read that, but that is what stuck out to me when I heard drivers licence and MJ togther. That is why MJ had a driver, he has passport for ID if they need ID also, what happend to his most resent passport, did'nt they say that went missing???? :?
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