Where were the police the day MJ died

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Offline pollyanna

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Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:05:54 PM
There were no police at his home on June 25 why not. I live in the center of the USA and when you call for a ambulance the fire dept and the police dept show up. I don't know how they do it in california but were I live they all come. The tour bus watching back here that would not be alouded. Someone getting that  close to the ambulance to take a picture they would never allow that back here.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:08:40 PM
That is a question I've always posed myself.  NO POLICE at the biggest homicide event in history.  WOW, in L.A. no doubt.  Who's fooling who?  No CROWD CONTROL.  Strange.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:13:00 PM
I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:15:34 PM
Quote from: "Alem (Thetruth)"
I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...


Did they show up with the ambulance or did they show up later that day
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:20:42 PM
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I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...


Did they show up with the ambulance or did they show up later that day
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= ... N%26um%3D1

Look at the video there were police officers at place however this was not what I was talking about previously, let me see if I found the pitchure.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:26:27 PM
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I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...


Did they show up with the ambulance or did they show up later that day
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= ... N%26um%3D1

Look at the video there were police officers at place however this was not what I was talking about previously, let me see if I found the pitchure.


That is strange there are no christmas  things on the gates were did they go
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:30:36 PM
I was reffering to the video below not the pitchure  :P
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 07:43:55 PM
There should have been so many there would be no way to miss their presence.  It's very odd.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 08:21:19 PM
most of the time the police arrive with or before the paramedic but the LAPD did send out the robbery and homicide unit out later that day they said for crowd control but at the time they suspect no foul play and soon after they allow his family inside the house which I found very odd because if his room was a mess like was reported it could have really told what could have happen
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 08:53:27 PM
This is what bothers me no police when ambulance is there they should have been there to investigate the death of someone
check out the room the person died in to make sure that there was no crime talk to his staff his cook his maids anyone who work there you don't wait untill later in the day to investigate. If they would have done they job right they would have found the oxygen tanks and what ever else was in his room talked to the staff what are oxygen tanks doing in his room asking them all kinds of questions but they wait untill the crime scene is destroyed
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 22, 2010, 09:12:35 PM
There were no police on the scene, even after the LAFD identifed him as a high profile patient. It DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.  The paramedics should have called it in and thd LAFD should have called LAPD right away. I live in L.A. and remember when Brittney Spears was taken from her home when she was having some problems and not only were there paps there, but the LAPD was all over the place.
My sister is a LAPD detective and I asked her why weren't the police called to the scene when they realized it was MJ and she said it was up to the firemen on the scene, but usually they let the police know if they think a crime may have been committed.  The LAFD knew the person who they were taking in was most likely not going to make it and they had this strange doctor who was demanding that they take the body to the hospital, yet no one thought to call the police so they could secure the scene?  
Something ain't right. Too many strange things happening on that day. You have the most famous person in the history of the world, DOA and a weird doctor, telling you he gave him something and you don't alert the police?
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 23, 2010, 06:45:45 AM
Your sister's an LAPD detective?!  :o   Have you asked her to look into anything about MJ's case for you?  :?
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: January 23, 2010, 09:29:01 PM
Quote from: "pollyanna"
There were no police at his home on June 25 why not. I live in the center of the USA and when you call for a ambulance the fire dept and the police dept show up. I don't know how they do it in california but were I live they all come. The tour bus watching back here that would not be alouded. Someone getting that  close to the ambulance to take a picture they would never allow that back here.


It is even here in Germany usually, that if you call an ambulance, that the police is also showing up.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: May 17, 2010, 11:55:53 PM
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I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...


Did they show up with the ambulance or did they show up later that day
http://images.google.com/imgres?imgurl= ... N%26um%3D1

Look at the video there were police officers at place however this was not what I was talking about previously, let me see if I found the pitchure.


That is strange there are no christmas  things on the gates were did they go

That's because it's not the same gate - hence, not the same house in this picture.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: May 18, 2010, 12:00:40 AM
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There were no police on the scene, even after the LAFD identifed him as a high profile patient. It DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.  The paramedics should have called it in and thd LAFD should have called LAPD right away. I live in L.A. and remember when Brittney Spears was taken from her home when she was having some problems and not only were there paps there, but the LAPD was all over the place.
My sister is a LAPD detective and I asked her why weren't the police called to the scene when they realized it was MJ and she said it was up to the firemen on the scene, but usually they let the police know if they think a crime may have been committed.  The LAFD knew the person who they were taking in was most likely not going to make it and they had this strange doctor who was demanding that they take the body to the hospital, yet no one thought to call the police so they could secure the scene?  
Something ain't right. Too many strange things happening on that day. You have the most famous person in the history of the world, DOA and a weird doctor, telling you he gave him something and you don't alert the police?

The police don't always go and they don't where I live always either.  It depends on the call.  Can't compare Brittany to Michael.  Brittany was going berserk.  Michael's call was a call like the many received every day and it was not yet a potential crime scene.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: May 18, 2010, 12:02:07 AM
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That is a question I've always posed myself.  NO POLICE at the biggest homicide event in history.  WOW, in L.A. no doubt.  Who's fooling who?  No CROWD CONTROL.  Strange.

It wasn't a homicide at that point.  It was a person not responding.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: May 18, 2010, 12:02:36 AM
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Your sister's an LAPD detective?!  :o   Have you asked her to look into anything about MJ's case for you?  :?

You cant ask someone to do that....   her sister would lose her job.
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: May 18, 2010, 05:42:52 PM
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I have a very little memory that the police did show up and there is a pitchure of that, however I do know that the LAPD sealed the place a couple days after but til then the family had already destroyed the crime scene. So it was pretty much pointless...

Maybe this one?
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: August 31, 2010, 12:24:28 PM
In the photo in the post above, they obviously showed up after the ambulances were long gone.  I thought this was interesting, to compare the lack of police cars at the scene on June 25, 2009, to the police cars needed for this situation involving a dog attacking another dog on August 30, 2010...

http://x17online.com/celebrities/samant ... 302010.php

They won't let me copy the photos to this page, but here are the links

http://x17online.com/gallery/view_galle ... 17&index=4

http://x17online.com/gallery/view_galle ... 17&index=3

http://x17online.com/gallery/view_galle ... 17&index=6

http://x17online.com/gallery/view_galle ... 17&index=7

The dog attack got the attention of 2 LA County Sheriff police vehicles and 2 LA County Fire Department vehicles...

Quote from: "foreverking"
There were no police on the scene, even after the LAFD identifed him as a high profile patient. It DOES NOT MAKE SENSE.  The paramedics should have called it in and thd LAFD should have called LAPD right away. I live in L.A. and remember when Brittney Spears was taken from her home when she was having some problems and not only were there paps there, but the LAPD was all over the place.
My sister is a LAPD detective and I asked her why weren't the police called to the scene when they realized it was MJ and she said it was up to the firemen on the scene, but usually they let the police know if they think a crime may have been committed.  The LAFD knew the person who they were taking in was most likely not going to make it and they had this strange doctor who was demanding that they take the body to the hospital, yet no one thought to call the police so they could secure the scene?  
Something ain't right. Too many strange things happening on that day. You have the most famous person in the history of the world, DOA and a weird doctor, telling you he gave him something and you don't alert the police?
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Re: Where were the police the day MJ died

  • on: August 31, 2010, 01:04:05 PM
If that picture posted here is from a couple of days after....when the police sealed the area.....why is the trash still out?  Even if the police didn't want it thrown out....potential evidences etc.......wouldn't they at least put it back inside the gated premise?  They know fans, paparazzi, press would love the King of Pop's trash.  Even if the family was there beforehand, they would bring the trash in for the same reasons.  We are meant to see this picture clearly.......trash, lots of trash:
4 black cans
2 blue cans
3 green cans
1 blue can
3 green cans
42313
13 in all
any guesses?  I posted earlier in the year about this.  But really went nowhere.  I think we need to revisit the trash bins.  
gematria: 13 = AEG  ????????  
Anyone venture 42313?  I can tear it apart with gematria, but I'll spare you.  

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