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Hoax Investigation => General Hoax Investigation => Contradictions and all stuff that doesn't add up => Topic started by: wandulka on November 07, 2014, 10:07:46 PM

Title: Do they put hospital gowns on dead bodies?
Post by: wandulka on November 07, 2014, 10:07:46 PM
I am sure this has been discussed like a million times, but why the hell is Michael wearing a hospital gown in that photo in which he is supposed to be dead, when he was clearly shirtless in that ambulance pic. Since when do they dress dead bodies?
Title: Re: Do they put hospital gowns on dead bodies?
Post by: Thriller4ever on November 09, 2014, 03:19:06 AM
it's all photoshop

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Title: Re: Do they put hospital gowns on dead bodies?
Post by: Datroot on November 09, 2014, 05:36:49 AM
The photo is probably one of MJ in hospital after one of his procedures.  It doesn't look like a picture of a dead person to me.  I think this was discussed at that time somewhere.   :smiley_abuv:
Title: Re: Do they put hospital gowns on dead bodies?
Post by: iamhere4mj on December 26, 2014, 03:57:56 PM
Supposedly Michael was naked when he was taken to the hospital (autopsy report says no clothing was present), so putting a gown on him would be appropriate, (as long as he wasn't dead) but then you have to ask, why was Michael naked?  :icon_redface:

Coroner's (or whomever) remove the clothes when doing an autopsy so if the person is deceased why bother with a gown?

And too, if Michael was naked where did he have his drivers license that he had been identified by?

This pic is just one of many that just doesn't make any sense.


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