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latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 01:54:39 PM
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Was Michael Jackson's Death a Homicide? LaToya Jackson Covers Lot of Blame Territory
LaToya Jackson has gone the homicide angle in the death of her younger brother, Michael Jackson, one step further by telling the Daily Mail that she believes her brother was murdered by his
 "shadowy entourage." Never one to shun a moment for melodrama, LaToya Jackson granted a lengthy interview, pointing a broad finger at doctors and promoters who may have intentionally of accidentally pushed Michael Jackson to his death. With Los Angeles Police Chief Bill Bratton already on the record for telling CNN that investigators had not ruled out homicide as a cause of death, LaToya Jackson all but accused certain people in Michael Jackson's employ guilty of his homicide.

And it may have been murder...

Michael Jackson's Death A Homicide?

"I believe Michael was murdered, I felt that from the start. Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people.

"He was surrounded by a bad circle."

She went on, according to the Daily Mail: "Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them. I said to my family a month ago, 'He's never going to make it to London. He was worth more dead than alive.'"

LaToya Jackson tearfully told the Daily Mail that Michael Jackson had been more distant from his family of late, and she believed that this was done deliberately by those attempting to manipulate the King of Pop for their own selfish, greedy ends. She readily admitted that the family knew of Michael's prescription drug addiction, that they believed he became addicted after the Jacksons "Victory Tour" in 1984. But she insisted that Michael Jackson had been "cleansed" before the O2 concerts. She believes that those "handling" him got him addicted to drugs again to manipulate him. She said they drove him, over scheduled him, worked him too hard.

"Those people around him didn't care about Michael the man. They were interested in Michael the cash cow."

Was Michael Jackson's Death An Accidental Homicide?


so mike hooked from 1984 and was clean just before?
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 03:16:52 PM
:? I dont know what it is but I just cant seem to accept why people keep insisting that MJ had a serious drug addiction! did he?

Even Janet said it on that interview she gave Robin.

And the brothers admitted it in the LK interview right?
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 03:25:12 PM
^^I know what u mean.....according to Kai Chase his chef, he was VERY health conscious....
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 03:30:49 PM
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^^I know what u mean.....according to Kai Chase his chef, he was VERY health conscious....

yes he never ate any of her food :lol:
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:10:56 PM
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They stayed with Jacko's body for 30 minutes

By James Desborough & Guy Basnett, 12/07/2009

IT WAS the most heart-rending, intimate moment of the Michael Jackson tragedy - his three stunned children gazing down at their lifeless daddy in a cold hospital emergency room.
Holding his hands in theirs, willing him to come alive. Whispering prayers for him as tears rolled down their cheeks.


In a poignant interview, the star's closest sister La Toya reveals how she led Paris, 12, Prince Michael, 11, and seven-year-old Blanket to Michael's side to say goodbye to him just after he died.

READ: I WILL NAIL MICHAEL'S KILLERS

"It was Paris who said she wanted to see her daddy 'one last time'," says La Toya. "So I took them into the room. There was a towel over his face. I lifted it and Paris said, 'Oh Daddy, I love you'.

"We hugged, and I kissed him on the forehead and the children lifted up his hands. He just didn't look like he was gone. His eyes were half open, it was as if he was resting.

"The kids had been screaming - but once they were in that room and saw Michael they stopped and became calm."

Today, telling the children's story for the first time, La Toya also movingly reveals how:

DADDY'S girl Paris, who broke a million hearts with her memorial service tribute, WRITES LETTERS to her dead father.
THE loving youngster tied a FAREWELL GIFT - one half of her favourite split-heart necklace - onto his arm in the coffin after La Toya had dressed him up in his favourite PEARL- STUDDED JACKET and GOLD BELT.
ALL three children were so shielded from the world they DIDN'T KNOW until recently their dad was a superstar - and they STILL DON'T KNOW Debbie Rowe is their real mum.
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Singer La Toya began by reliving her terror as she heard the news of her brother's death - and how she had an eerie PREMONITION of it.


"I was at my home just three minutes from Michael's and was talking to a friend about the fact that Farrah Fawcett and Ed McMann off the Johnny Carson show had just died.

"I said, 'There's going to be another one because they always go in threes'. About an hour and a half later my father called to say Michael had been rushed to hospital.

"I jumped into my car and kept calling my mother's assistant asking 'How is he?' But he wouldn't say.

"Finally, I heard Mother in the background yelling, 'Why don't you just tell her?'

"Then she grabbed the phone off him and screamed: 'HE'S DEAD!' I nearly crashed my car. My legs went weak."

When La Toya got there at first a nurse told her Michael was still alive.

"Suddenly I felt so good," she says. "Then I saw Mother with the kids on her lap who were all crying. They said, 'He's gone'. I fell to the ground and couldn't stop crying.

"But I caught hold of myself after about 20 minutes and realised I had to be strong for the children who were all screaming."

It was then that La Toya - with her brothers Randy and Jermaine and her nephew Austin - took the youngsters to see their father's body. "I asked them, 'What do you want to say to Daddy?' and they said private things to him," says La Toya.

"Paris was holding his hand. We were all sitting around the bed.

"His chest was very red from the attempts to revive him but he was wearing no make-up and looked fine. He was NOT bald as some reports have said. Everything looked fine.

"We all said prayers out loud over him. We did that quite a few times over half an hour. When we walked out that room the kids didn't cry. They were silent. They had closure." Since then, Paris has taken her father's death harder than her brothers. She wears Michael T-shirts every day and the walls of her room are covered with posters and pictures of her daddy.

"She still writes him letters - sweet lovely letters about how much she loves him," says La Toya, holding back tears. "Michael told us Paris always wrote notes for him."

One, written last week, says: "Daddy, I don't think I was doing very well today. I noticed that when I looked over at Blanket he looked a little sad.

" I wanted to know why he was sad but he wouldn't tell me. Do you think you can help me figure out why he was sad, because I want him to be as happy as I am and you are."

La Toya says: "Her letters are brilliant. When you read them you cry.

"I think she'll be an entertainer when she grows up. She is always singing her daddy's songs."

The boys, she says, are trying to cope. "Prince Michael is not breaking down like Paris. After he'd seen his father's body at the hospital, I saw him get stronger as we walked away down the corridor," says La Toya.

"He hasn't cried since that day. But I want him to cry. I've told him, 'It's OK to cry'.

"Blanket is adorable and is coping fine." La Toya reveals how Jackson's youngest son came from a donor egg and donated sperm.

She says: "Michael didn't want to know who the biological parents were. They took eggs from a donor and I believe the sperm came from one of five donors picked from a book. I don't know who carried the child and if the surrogate knew whose child she was carrying.

"Michael was proud of Blanket and of all of his children. They were his prime concern."

La Toya reveals how Paris paid a secret final farewell to Jackson's open casket at Forest Lawn Cemetery on the night before the glittering star-studded memorial service.

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The boys didn't want to go and the only other people there were La Toya, her business partner Jeffre Phillips and brother Randy.

They watched in tears as Paris produced a cheap metallic split-heart mood pendant and started trying to tie it around her father's neck.

The pendants come in pairs. Friends or lovers each wear one half of the heart - which changes colour when it touches the skin - as a symbol of their devotion to each other.

Paris was wearing her half-heart at the memorial service. La Toya says: "Paris had bought the pendant as a farewell gift for her daddy. At first she tried to put it around his neck, but it didn't tie up, so she wrapped it around his arms.

"Then she connected her half heart and his together, said, 'Daddy this is for you', and pulled them apart again.

"She told me, 'I want one half to go to Daddy and I will wear the other half forever. On Daddy it will be blue because he is cold. On me it's purple'.

"She then pulled out a bag of children's play gemstones and put them on Michael's chest and around his body. It was very moving."

La Toya had made sure Jacko's farewell was as flamboyant as one of his stage appearances.

He was decked out in a cream- coloured, bugle-beaded and pearl- encrusted military jacket, a big gold belt with a buckle adorned by two angels and black trousers with sequins.

She also dropped a pair of the superstar's trademark gloves and sunglasses into the £25,000 casket.

"He looked like the regular Michael - he looked fabulous," she says. La Toya brushes aside questions about his nose and his obsession with plastic surgery. "He was teased about his nose as a child so he had it altered, that's all," she said. What La Toya is keen to talk about is how how Paris stunned the world by speaking at her dad's memorial service.

She says: "Either when Smokey Robinson or Stevie Wonder were performing Paris whispered to me, 'Auntie La Toya I wanna go up there and say something about Daddy'.

"I didn't want to disappoint her, so I said OK. I knew Paris would do something like that because we knew how much she loved her father. She showed the world how much he meant to her with that speech.

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"All that week she had asked, 'Why did they take him away?', but what she said about Michael being the best daddy in the world was perfect."

La Toya explains why all the children turned up without the trademark masks her brother always insisted they wore. "They didn't wear masks at the funeral because we want them to live a normal life now," she says. "If we'd kept the masks on, people would have been hounding them. By taking the masks off we are hoping people will leave them alone to heal. We are hiring a special grief counsellor to help them deal with this."

She reveals how the children were so protected from the world around them they NEVER realised Jacko was a superstar. "You must remember these kids have never seen their father perform as Michael wasn't touring after they were born," says La Toya.

"Michael was waiting to surprise them in London. I recall them saying recently, 'Auntie La Toya - guess what? Our daddy is a superstar'.

"The children don't even watch mainstream TV. They watch Nickelodeon, which is monitored, or movies. Michael never allowed them to watch TV as there are so many disturbing things."

He also ensured that Paris and Prince Michael were kept well away from Debbie Rowe - the nurse he married to have them - and never knew that she was their mother.

"The children don't even know who she is," says La Toya. "They have met her but Michael never introduced her as their mother. HE was their mother, their father, their whole world."
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:18:45 PM
awwwwwwwwww crap... i didn't like that..  :(

BS or not its still sad..  :cry:
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:23:06 PM
I remember reading that. :(  It broke my heart even though I believed him to be aive. It's really sad
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:25:22 PM
do you believe that they put him in that jacket - it is really nice?

but dont you think that they would have commissioned a one off - well i suppose it would be used again - but who knows

(of course we want him alive)
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:35:45 PM
<<THE loving youngster tied a FAREWELL GIFT - one half of her favourite split-heart necklace - onto his arm in the coffin after La Toya had dressed him up in his favourite PEARL- STUDDED JACKET and GOLD BELT.>>

She dress him???really?? i'm not very sure about that...an inanimate body is rrreeeaally heavy. One of my friend died last year and his father told me that they (people who prepare him) had to kind of broke his arm to dress him (sorry for those details) ...
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:39:41 PM
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<<THE loving youngster tied a FAREWELL GIFT - one half of her favourite split-heart necklace - onto his arm in the coffin after La Toya had dressed him up in his favourite PEARL- STUDDED JACKET and GOLD BELT.>>

She dress him???really?? i'm not very sure about that...an inanimate body is rrreeeaally heavy. One of my friend died last year and his father told me that they (people who prepare him) had to kind of broke his arm to dress him (sorry for those details) ...

she probably meant she picked the clothes!! why on earth they'd let her pick them i dunno... although they was pretty close in the 80's!! pfffffff it confuses me!!
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 04:47:49 PM
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<<THE loving youngster tied a FAREWELL GIFT - one half of her favourite split-heart necklace - onto his arm in the coffin after La Toya had dressed him up in his favourite PEARL- STUDDED JACKET and GOLD BELT.>>

She dress him???really?? i'm not very sure about that...an inanimate body is rrreeeaally heavy. One of my friend died last year and his father told me that they (people who prepare him) had to kind of broke his arm to dress him (sorry for those details) ...

thought they would cut the clothing rather than break an arm - but dont know

bodies are heavy and without embalming - they decompose

mike was not buried for 3 months  - so ........
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 05:03:04 PM
slightly similar information

but she is quoted as saying that she knew a month before- must be at the dinner

but what did she do - zip

or was the dinner the hoax dinner

i did not know she wrote a book claiming horrible things

http://theoriginalgreenwichdiva.com/la- ... ered/5002/

La Toya Jackson: Michael Jackson was murdered

Posted in July 11th, 2009 by Claudette Rothman in In the newsFrom Mail OnLine

The grieving sister of superstar Michael Jackson last night blamed ‘a shadowy entourage’ of manipulative hangers-on for effectively ‘murdering’ the King of Pop.

In a moving and revealing interview, La Toya Jackson, who was closer to her vulnerable brother than anyone else and was asked to sign his death certificate, portrayed Michael as a lonely and isolated figure at the mercy of a money-motivated clique.

She accused them of cutting him off from his family and friends and forcing him, largely against his will, to sign up for the gruelling commitment of 50 concerts at London’s O2 arena.

She believes her brother was fed addictive drugs by handlers who wanted to control his moods. She says they regarded him as a ‘cash cow’ and exploited him at every turn. It was this, she believes, that led directly to his death.

Last week, Los Angeles police chief William Bratton confirmed that investigators had not ruled out homicide. Under Californian law, murder also covers killings that were not premeditated, which would be classed as manslaughter under the British legal system.

Though the formal state autopsy’s results will not be known for two weeks, La Toya has had a private autopsy conducted.

She received the results on Friday and although she won’t comment on the details until the police conclude their investigations, she did reveal that four fresh needle marks were found on Michael’s neck.

Fighting back tears, La Toya, 53, said: ‘I believe Michael was murdered, I felt that from the start. Not just one person was involved, rather it was a conspiracy of people.

He was surrounded by a bad circle. Michael was a very meek, quiet, loving person. People took advantage of that. People fought to be close to him, people who weren’t always on his side.

‘Less than a month ago, I said I thought Michael was going to die before the London shows because he was surrounded by people who didn’t have his best interests at heart.

‘Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them. I said to my family a month ago,

“He’s never going to make it to London.” He was worth more dead than alive.’
La Toya revealed Michael himself ‘never believed he would live to be an old man’ and feared he would die in his fifties.


She says: ‘By the end, Michael was isolated from his family. He had no real friends. He was the loneliest man in the world.  I knew something terrible was going to happen.’

While there has been much speculation in the two weeks since Jackson’s death, less than 12 hours after he completed a punishing rehearsal, La Toya says she is speaking out now to ‘put the truth out there’.

She reveals specific details of the scene inside her brother’s rented £60,000-a-month Beverly Hills mansion. He was not found in bed, as has been widely reported, but instead was inside the nearby bedroom of his personal physician Dr Conrad Murray, a man who ‘disappeared’ from the hospital when La Toya began grilling him.

She tells how an intravenous drip stand was beside the bed and oxygen canisters lined the walls.

And La Toya tells in heartbreaking detail how she accompanied Michael’s children, Prince Michael, 12, Paris, 11, and seven-year-old Blanket, to see their father’s body and then, last Monday night, stood with Paris over an open casket as the child gently placed an inexpensive necklace around Jackson’s wrist and tenderly garlanded his body with coloured play stones.

In person, La Toya bears a disarming likeness to her more famous sibling. She speaks in the same breathy high-pitch tone. A diminutive 5ft, she, like her brother, is clearly no stranger to the plastic surgeon’s scalpel.

But La Toya makes a compelling witness. Two years ago, she took part in a TV reality show Armed And Famous, in which she was given basic training to be a police officer, and continues to volunteer as a deputy.

And although she famously fell out with the Jackson clan in the Eighties over a book in which she described Michael as a paedophile and denounced her father Joe for bullying them as children, for the past 15 years, she has helped keep the family together.

La Toya, who had a messy divorce from her controlling former manager, Jack Gordon, 12 years ago, remained childless and became close again to Michael and his growing family, regularly seeing them at her mother’s house on Hayvenhurst Avenue in Encino.

She last saw her brother three weeks before he died. The family held a large dinner to celebrate Katherine and Joe’s 60th wedding anniversary at Michael’s favourite Indian restaurant, Chakra, in Beverly Hills.

Michael was already at the party with his children when she arrived: ‘He was standing by the door and said, “Oh La Toya, you look fabulous.” He was thin but he ate that night. Michael loves his curries. He enjoyed every minute of it. At the end, he embraced me and said, “We have to do this again.” Then he went to the door, looked back and gave me a wave goodbye. That was the last time I saw my baby brother.’

La Toya has clearly endured an extraordinary two weeks, which began with the news of her brother’s death and ended with his poignant memorial service last week.

Now she wants to set the record straight. Frequently welling up with tears while insisting ‘I am trying to be strong’, La Toya says: ‘I was at home when I received the news that Michael had been rushed to the hospital.

‘I live about three minutes away from Michael in Beverly Hills. I was talking to a friend about the fact that Farrah Fawcett had just passed away.

Her death came just after Ed McMahon [famous in America as the sidekick of talk-show host Johnny Carson] died. I said, “There’s going to be another one because they always go in threes.”

‘About an hour-and-a-half later, my father called me from Las Vegas and said, “Get to the hospital right away. Michael’s been rushed to hospital.”’

La Toya immediately rang her mother’s personal assistant to be told her brother was being treated at UCLA Medical Centre in Westwood, a ten-minute drive from her home.

‘I jumped into my car and kept calling my mother’s assistant saying, “How is he? How is he?”’ she recalls. ‘But he wouldn’t tell me.

‘Finally, I heard Mother in the background asking, “Who is that?” When she learned it was me, she screamed, “Why don’t you just tell her?” and she grabbed the phone and just screamed as loud as she could, “He’s dead!”

‘I nearly crashed my car. My legs went weak. I couldn’t press down on the gas pedal. I got to the wrong entrance at the hospital and was begging the security guys to help me and take my car because I was so weak and faint. They took me up to the area where Michael had been taken. Mother was crying and Michael’s kids were crying.

‘I screamed, “Is it true?” and she said, “Yes, he gone.” I couldn’t stop crying. I’m screaming and the kids are screaming. My mother was sitting there with all three of them on her lap, just crying.’

She says Paris demanded to see her father ‘one last time’. After a nurse told La Toya it would help the children grasp the reality that their father was dead, she held Paris’s hand as all three children, together with Michael’s brother Randy, went into the small ante-room off the emergency room where Michael lay, still warm to the touch.

She says: ‘There was a towel over his face and I lifted it and the kids saw him and Paris said, “Oh Daddy, I love you.”

‘We hugged and kissed him and the children lifted up his hands. He didn’t look like he was gone. His eyes were half open and he looked like he was sleeping. He wasn’t cold.
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‘The kids had been screaming and crying but once they were in that room and saw Michael they stopped and became calm. We said prayers over him. I asked them, “What do you want to say to Daddy?” and they said private things to him.

Paris was holding his hand. We were all sitting around the bed. His chest was very red from the attempts to revive him. I lifted the covers to see his legs. Everything looked fine.’

She said reports Michael was bald and looked terrible without make-up were ‘plainly false’. ‘He had no make-up on but he looked fine. He just looked like Michael.’

Then, in true Hollywood fashion, Paris Hilton’s mother Kathy turned up. She had gone to school with Michael and La Toya and spent time in the room with the family, saying goodbye.

After the 30-minute farewell, La Toya signed the death certificate as the  ‘informant’ who provided the information about her brother.

‘My mother and brothers chose me because I had a special bond with Michael,’ she said.

La Toya says her brother will never be buried at Neverland, his sprawling 2,400-acre former home in Central California: ‘Michael hated that place. After the second [child abuse] trial, he said to me, “I will never come back to this place again. I hate it. This place helped destroy me.”’

La Toya says the behaviour of Michael’s £100,000-a-month personal doctor, Conrad Murray, at the hospital left her deeply troubled. Dr Murray, who is not certified as a
cardiologist, did not identify himself to the family, even though La Toya says she was demanding to see Michael’s doctor ‘to find out what the hell happened’.

It was Paris who pointed out the figure dressed in white, telling La Toya: ‘There’s Dr Murray. He’s the best cardiologist in the world. How could this happen to Daddy?’

Dr Murray’s lawyers have denied any wrongdoing and say he has cooperated fully with investigators.

But La Toya says she approached the doctor, saying, ‘I want to talk to you. I want to know what happened to my brother.’ But, she says: ‘He mumbled a bunch of nothing.

He said something like, “Michael didn’t make it, I’m sorry.” It wasn’t right. It felt weird.’In all the confusion, she says, the doctor later ‘disappeared’. It is at this point, La Toya says, that her concerns were heightened. She was told by a different doctor that

Michael had fresh needle marks on his body.


According to reports, Jackson used intravenous anaesthetics to help
him sleep, including Demerol and

Diprivan, a drug never normally used outside the operating theatre.

Police also removed two bagfuls of prescription drugs issued to various aliases from pharmacies in different US states. They have subpoenaed the star’s medical records from a series of doctors. La Toya says: ‘It will all come out. You will be shocked.’

The official coroner’s report is due soon along with the results of a second autopsy, which La Toya arranged, She says: ‘We want to sit down and compare the two reports before anything is made public. I have a strong idea of what the outcome will be but
I cannot say anything at this stage.

‘He had needle marks on his neck and on his arms and more about those will emerge in the next few weeks. I cannot discuss that any further as I may jeopardise the investigation. I can, however, say that I have not changed my mind about my feeling that Michael was murdered.’

After returning from the hospital with the children and her mother to Katherine’s home, they received a troubling call from the Jackson mansion. It was Michael’s long-term assistant Michael Amin, a devout Muslim known as Brother Michael.

He told La Toya that her brother’s Lebanese-born, self-appointed business manager Dr Tohme Tohme had fired all the staff at the Beverly Hills property and at a second rented home in Las Vegas.


‘I want to know how Michael died, and then, at 11pm on the day he dies, all the staff are fired?’ she asks rhetorically. ‘That raised my suspicions.’When she arrived at the house with her manager and close friend Jeffre Phillips, new security guards were in place.

She says: ‘I could smell and sense my brother everywhere. I could smell his favourite cologne, Black Orchid by Tom Ford. I went into his bedroom. There was a shirt discarded on the floor.’

She says Michael was taken to hospital from Dr Murray’s bedroom, across a large hall from his own.  ‘Michael walked from his room to Dr Murray’s room. What happened in there we don’t know. He ended up alone in the room with the doctor.’

Shortly after midday, the doctor ran downstairs and screamed at bodyguard Alberto Alvarez to call the emergency services.

La Toya says: ‘No one was allowed upstairs apart from Dr Murray and the children. Paris has since told me that even they were not allowed in that room when Dr Murray was giving Michael his “oxygen”.

Murray, said La Toya, initially gave the star CPR on the soft surface of the bed before moving him to the ground, on the instruction of the 911 emergency operator who told him the procedure needed to be conducted on a hard surface.

She says: ‘Why, if this man was a cardiologist, was my brother on the bed? Michael was dead in that room. I was told the doctor kept telling everyone he was alive, but

Brother Michael saw him and said it was obvious he was dead. There were oxygen tanks along the wall next to the dresser. There was a metal stand with a cord hanging down. The police had already been in the house and had removed all the drugs and whatever bag was hanging there.’

Diprivan, when administered in hospital, is always given with oxygen. La Toya admits her brother had a prescription drug problem which the family believes began after he damaged his back in an on-stage accident during the Jacksons’ 1984 Victory tour.
But she insists she believes he was ‘clean’ in preparation for the O2 shows. ‘He had just been to England on a cleanse and he was drinking juices and being pure. He had cleaned everything out of his system ready to do the concerts in London.

But Michael never wanted to do 50 shows. He agreed to do ten and then the promoters and those around him added more and more shows because they were selling out.

‘It’s impossible even for a healthy person to do that many shows. Michael was fragile.

He always wanted to believe the best of people. But he was meek. In the last few months, he became isolated. I believe the staff were given strict instructions that if any of the family called, not to tell him. And if any of the family came by, not to let them in.

Those people around him didn’t care about Michael the man. They were interested in Michael the cash cow.

‘Michael didn’t keep a close eye on his finances. A lot of people made a lot of money out of Michael. The house he was renting at the end is a classic example. It would cost £15,000 a month to rent but he was charged £60,000 a month because he was Michael Jackson.’

‘As a family, we tried to get involved. We wanted to stage an intervention. But we couldn’t get near Michael. I knew something terrible was going to happen.

‘I believe he was cut off from the real world and the drugs were a way [for his hangers-on] to get in there.  They got him hooked on drugs. He was pure and clean and then drugs came back into his system. I think it shocked his system so much it killed him.’

She says the family will file a civil lawsuit against anyone they believe responsible, as well as pushing for police to serve criminal charges:

‘I am going to get down to the bottom of this. I am not going to stop until I find out who is responsible. Why did they keep the family away? It’s not about money. I want justice for Michael. I won’t rest until I find out what – and who –  killed my brother.’

Trawling through Michael’s personal possessions at his house, La Toya was shocked when she saw his work schedule: ‘They worked him so hard. There was no breathing room.

Every hour was packed with costume fittings, vocal lessons, rehearsals. Even Paris noticed. She told me, “They worked Daddy too hard. They worked him so hard.”

‘When someone is fragile you can’t keep them going like that. A lot of people are responsible for this, directly or indirectly. They told him, “The shows are booked, the tickets are sold.”

And Michael being Michael, he didn’t want to let down his fans.
‘His kids made him so happy but he didn’t have any real friends. His problem was he didn’t trust people. In the end, he died a lonely man surrounded by this shadowy entourage.’

While Michael regularly kept up to £1million in cash inside his home, La Toya says none was found. Nor was any of his vast collection of jewellery: ‘Someone went in there and did a good job. So many people were in the house before I got there.’

In the hours after Michael died, his sister Janet was so worried, she put her own security team in place inside the house. The sisters plan to move all of Michael’s possessions into storage to safeguard them for his children.

La Toya says the children are coping well. They are with Katherine and nanny Grace Rwaramba who turned up for a day ‘and has been there ever since.’ La Toya says, however, she is ‘highly suspicious’ of the nanny’s motives.

‘The family has mixed feelings about her,’ she says. ‘Mother says she wants to be with the kids but I warned her to be careful. It’s not like the children like or dislike her. They like everyone. Mother is gullible and feels sorry for her.’

She says reports that Grace was Michael’s girlfriend are false. ‘I heard Grace liked Michael but he didn’t like her. He let her go last Christmas. I have a lot of questions about Grace. She was instrumental in keeping the family away. All of a sudden she is back, listening and watching the family. I think her behaviour is odd.’

La Toya says her focus is now on the children. All three are said to be well-behaved but innocent of the wider world. They don’t watch television. They are tutored at home and are only allowed to watch Disney movies. The family have hired a grief counsellor for them.

She added: ‘Michael always said he was a single parent. But he was a very good parent. It was funny seeing him changing nappies, because you never imagine him that way. But Michael was a hands-on dad. He was quite an expert. They are happy children, despite what has happened.

‘Paris wants to be an entertainer. Prince Michael, the oldest, is assertive. I see such sadness there. He cried at the hospital but hasn’t cried since. He has become the little man of the family. Blanket is the baby. He is very funny, a real prankster like his father.’

Although the memorial was watched by millions on TV, the most poignant farewell came last Monday night at Forest Lawn Cemetery, where the family had an open coffin viewing.

She says Paris bought a cheap ‘mood’ necklace – a metal heart which changes colour when it touches the skin. ‘The heart is in two pieces. Paris told me, “I want one half to go to Daddy and I will wear the other half for ever.”

‘She carefully wrapped it around his wrist. She said; “Daddy this is for you.” Then she placed it on him and said, “On Daddy, it will be blue because he is cold. On me, it’s purple.”

‘She got some coloured stones and she decorated his body. She said, “He’s so cold, he is so cold.” His lips were slightly swollen from the autopsy. She asked, “Who did that to Daddy?” I told her it was because he had passed.

‘I put one of his sequined gloves in there. And a pair of his favorite sunglasses.’

Michael Bush, Michael’s long-time costumier, made an elaborate cream jacket decorated with pearls and beads. He was dressed in black trousers with a large gold belt with two cherubs on either side of the buckle. Karen Faye, his make-up artist, applied cosmetics to his face.

La Toya says: ‘I am so proud of Paris for speaking at the memorial service. When Stevie Wonder was performing she whispered to me, “Auntie La Toya, I want to go up there and say something about Daddy.”

I couldn’t just walk her up on stage but at the end, when we were singing We Are The World, she said, “I’m too shy now” but then changed her mind and said those words about loving her Daddy that everyone saw.

‘The boys didn’t want to come to the viewing, but Paris was insistent. She wears Michael T-shirts every day and the walls of her room are covered with posters and pictures of her daddy. She still writes him letters every day, sweet lovely letters about how much she loves him.

‘Her letters are brilliant. When you read them you cry. She loves the light on stage. She is always singing Daddy’s songs and she is special. She has it – the X factor.’

La Toya says she was shocked by the emergence of a 2002 will stating Diana Ross should be a back-up to Jackson matriarch Katherine as the children’s guardian.

She says: ‘Michael always told us that he wanted his eldest sister Rebbie Jackson to look after the children. Rebbie had a nice family, which Michael loved. He told many family members that she was his choice. We believe there is another will which will emerge. He updated his wills almost every five years, so we expect one to come out from 2007.

As the question of the children’s future remains unresolved, Debbie Rowe, the birth mother of the two eldest, is expected to begin her fight for custody of the children in the Los Angeles courts next week.

La Toya dismisses her: ‘These are not Debbie’s kids. They don’t even know she’s their mother. Like everyone else in his life, she was motivated by money. She has always said she’s not their mother.

‘My understanding is that she will now go after the kids. I know a few things about Debbie and I will prevent that from happening.

‘Debbie has only seen the children a handful of times. Michael never introduced her as their mother.’

She confirmed that Blanket, the youngest, was created from a donor egg and donated sperm: ‘Michael didn’t want to know who the biological parents were.

‘They took eggs from a donor and I believe the sperm came from one of five donors picked from a book. Michael didn’t know who the mother and father were. I don’t know who carried the child and if the surrogate knew whose child she was carrying.

‘Those children were his greatest joy. He was a superstar but the only people who loved him unconditionally were the children.’

She fears for her mother, Katherine now 79: ‘She’s the rock of the family, but I’m the glue that holds it all together. Everyone is hurting. I’ve hardly slept since this started. I am frightened the stress will hurt Mother.

‘Michael knew he was never going to be a grey-haired old man. He
didn’t want to grow old. He told me he thought he would die in his 50s. He said he would get married at 45 and die around 50. He had a gut feeling.’

Despite the intense pressures, La Toya is convinced Michael had much to look forward to. He was trying to buy a £40million house in Las Vegas from the Sultan of Brunei, which was to have been his base after the O2 shows ended.

He was reading books on directing movies. ‘The first one was to be a
horror film called Thriller,’ she said. ‘He had already designed the poster. He was going to retire from music. This Is It really was the end. He didn’t want to perform any more.’

Ironically, the extended Jackson family, which has been badly fractured throughout the years, now appear to be united in their grief and determination to seek the truth about Michael’s death.

As La Toya puts it: ‘I’m doing what I can to find out how he died. If he died of a drug overdose, then I want to find who supplied him the drugs and who first introduced him to them. We’ve still not had a chance to speak to Dr Murray about Michael’s final days. I need to know what he may have seen or heard.

‘Michael didn’t have to die. We are all mourning his loss, more than anyone can ever know. But we are also determined to get to the bottom of what happened to him
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 05:38:34 PM
The pendant does not really resemble a heart...anyway
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 01, 2010, 06:17:06 PM
Some of that story sounds unreal to me.... like where Paris was supposed to have said that she will give 1 half of the pendant to her dad and 1 half o her.  The pendent is known to change color when it touches skin.   So Paris says I will put my pendent on and it will turn purple and daddy;s will turn blue because he is cold.  I do not believe a kid would think like that, sorry sounds contrived.  It all makes my heart sad, evn though I do not believe all of it.
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 07:35:42 AM
she said paris put it round his arms cos it wudnt go round his neck why wudnt it? :?
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 08:09:48 AM
Quote from: "the arabian nights"
http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/showbiz/michael_jackson/402816/They-stayed-with-Jackos-body-for-30-minutes-La-Toya-Jackson-interview.html

Masks
"All that week she had asked, 'Why did they take him away?', but what she said about Michael being the best daddy in the world was perfect."
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They who??
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 08:10:56 AM
I really do hope this isn't true because it's truly truly heartbreaking  :cry: . I do think some parts of the story sounds a bit unreal but perhaps Latoya just exagerated some parts. However there they go again mentioning Demerol as one of the drugs present  :? . I'm sick of all contradicting stories, I just want the truth!
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 08:14:30 AM
Quote from: "the arabian nights"
http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/showbiz/michael_jackson/402816/They-stayed-with-Jackos-body-for-30-minutes-La-Toya-Jackson-interview.html

Heart
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They watched in tears as Paris produced a cheap metallic split-heart mood pendant and started trying to tie it around her father's neck.

The pendants come in pairs. Friends or lovers each wear one half of the heart - which changes colour when it touches the skin - as a symbol of their devotion to each other.
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That was a very nice touch. Warms my heart.
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 08:59:10 AM
sounds like those mood rings or pendants

its supposed to change with heat or solar

i am interested about latoya's book, it was done i think when she was doing the nude stuff or the paris dancing stuff i suppose the family did not approve of her behaviour.

but it may be the bitter truth

i am not saying what she said about mike was true - because clearly that was not the case. she hurt him when he was the most vulnerable. but can everything in the book be thrown out?

i am just trying to get the measure of latoya, you see she was 3 minutes drive (who walks in america) from mike and they did not see each other, she did not come to see the kids, bringing them presents or books etc. she has no children - unusal?

she has commented on him being frail, commented that he would be the first to go, but no action
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 09:11:58 AM
Quote from: "the arabian nights"
slightly similar information

http://theoriginalgreenwichdiva.com/la- ... ered/5002/

She says: ‘I could smell and sense my brother everywhere. I could smell his favourite cologne, Black Orchid by Tom Ford. I went into his bedroom. There was a shirt discarded on the floor.’


Not saying it necessary has anything to do with anything.. But since La Toya feel to mention the name of the cologne as we have heard of before and since MJ liked comics I thought I might like to point out a few (from my point of view) resemblences with M, comics and the Black Orchid.
The information mentioned below came from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Orchid

Black Orchid is the name of three fictional superheroines published by DC Comics (1973).
Susan Linden-Thorne: Although she has a number of superpowers (including flight, super-strength, and invulnerability to bullets) her main ability is a mastery of disguise. She often spends an entire investigation impersonating an insignificant background female, such as a maid, a secretary, someone's girlfriend, et cetera, and the other characters only discover her involvement at the end of the story upon finding the bound and gagged woman she impersonated, and an abandoned disguise with her calling card, a black orchid. …. ….
Flora Black: The original Black Orchid is killed in this mini-series, and a new one which is a "sister" of sorts to the original is introduced. She goes under the alias of Flora Black to meet with Sherilyn Sommers, her closest friend.[4]
An on-going Black Orchid series, published under the newly created Vertigo imprint, featuring the new Black Orchid, ran for 22 issues from 1993 to 1995. Written by Dick Foreman, it saw the second version of the character use pheromone manipulation as mind control to become a femme fatale, breaking and marrying millionaire Elliot Weems to claim his fortune and company business as her own. She then became the series' major villain in the closing story arc, before perishing in the final issue. Her companion, a child version of Black Orchid heretofore nicknamed "Suzy", had matured over the course of the series, taking up the mantle of the Black Orchid as a young adult. Suzy features prominently in The Black Orchid Annual #1, part 2 of Vertigo's Children's Crusade crossover.
Suzy: The grown-up Suzy is identical to her "sister" and carries on the tradition in both the DC Universe and related Vertigo titles.[1] She has appeared in four event titles: 1999's Totems one-shot, 2001's Justice Leagues limited series, 2005's Day of Vengeance limited series, and 2006's Infinite Crisis limited series. She is at present an ally of the Shadowpact and the Birds of Prey.

An unidentified Black Orchid recently appeared in the weekly Trinity series, as a member of an alternate universe Justice League.

Children’s crusade:
The story starts with the ghosts of two boys, Edwin and Charles (seen previously in issue #25 of The Sandman and later in The Dead Boy Detectives), who have set up shop as detectives for hire, with nothing but the knowledge of the great mystery novels and films. The two boys are approached by a young girl that finds their ad and enlists them to locate her brother who, along with several other children, disappeared from the small English hamlet they all live in, called Flaxdown.
It turns out that all the children of the village as well as all other children who have ever disappeared were taken to a place called "Free Country". Free Country is a place where children never grow old and are free from the abuse and tyranny of adults (child abuse is a recurring theme). Free Country is run by a council of various children who have existed there hundreds of years. The council is attempting to bring over all the children in the world, but unfortunately Free Country is having trouble supporting them all. To help bolster Free Country's power they bring over five innately powerful children. As long as the children stay in Free Country they provide the place with power.[1]
The comics include many references to the works of Robert Browning.

Just a thought ... :)
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 02, 2010, 09:14:09 AM
impressive

love that your into super heros and comics
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 03, 2010, 12:46:24 PM
"Michael was worth more than a billion dollars. When anyone is worth that much money, there are always greedy people around them. I said to my family a month ago, 'He's never going to make it to London. He was worth more dead than alive.'"

EXACTLY!!!
And Michael knew it
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Re: latoya's on mj's death?

  • on: April 15, 2010, 05:04:14 PM
[youtube:2kagriid]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yM9dgN32OFQ[/youtube:2kagriid]

so latoya slows down stops for a while to get teh photos and then makes a comment 3 days after the death, no upset shown

here she is leaving
[youtube:2kagriid]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwVdZrlie74[/youtube:2kagriid]
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