Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Michael Jackson: Death Hoax = Why are non-beLIEvers out on Death Hoax sites?

I decided to write this blog entry to address something that I have found quite interesting since I started to research whether Michael Jackson faked his death or not.  I have found when I am out on Death Hoax sites that there seems to be a certain amount of people who have left comments being downright cruel and obnoxious to those persons who believe that Michael Jackson is still alive.  My question to them is if you believe he is dead, why are you on a death hoax site to start with?

 I know I'm not a 100 % convinced about him faking his death, but I have enough respect to know that I'm there researching and I feel everyone has the right to believe what they want.  I don't feel that it warrants mean, nasty comments to people who are trying to get answers to questions about Michael's death or not.  In fact, some of the death hoax beLIEver's questions have made me stop and pause at times.

This has fascinated me not just in regards to Michael Jackson Death Hoax sites but just on Michael Jackson in general.  I always think it's interesting how Michael Jackson haters always seem to be on Michael Jackson sites trying to cause havoc.  You would think that a lot of people don't have lives and they feel the need to stir the pot, so to speak.

Seriously, what harm is any of this doing, really?  If a person has a belief and they aren't hurting you, why don't you just leave them alone?  Also, remember there have been many who have laughed at various things throughout history and then later found out that what they were laughing at turned out to be true.

Think about that, and live and let live.  Remember what Michael always said: "It's all for love."




Monday, November 28, 2011

Death Hoax or the Ultimate Family Intervention (Part 3 of 3)

In Part 2, I gave you a rundown of what I believed could have been the ultimate family intervention for Michael.  There is, although, another explanation that is also plausible if Michael Jackson is still alive, and that is he is some place in a coma.  This has crossed my mind because when we first heard about Michael Jackson being taken to a hospital on June 25, 2009 many news outlets were reporting that he was in a coma before they finally announced he was dead.  I found a video on Youtube.com that this is discussed in more detail.  (CLICK HERE to view)
 
This could be a possibility if you think about the Conrad Murray trial and the alleged date and the alleged victim, because if Michael Jackson is in a coma then knowing if he will come out of it or not makes the date of his death and him being a death victim iffy, right?  So this might explain why the court was reading the verdict the way they did.  I know, some of you might be asking right about now why would a court try a case if the victim isn’t dead yet, right?  I thought about that question and then I thought about another video I saw on Youtube.com about a sting operation theory.  (CLICK HERE to view video)

The one think we learned in the Conrad Murray trial is pharmaceutical prescription drugs are killing more people then car accidents, and even the drug pusher on the street.  The so called Dr. Feel Goods are polluting the medical industry, especially where celebrities are concerned.  We are also starting to see how it is affecting our youth.  Many teens are becoming addicted as well as adult from prescription narcotics.  Once the drug pusher on the street was the culprit to fear, but today it’s the medical doctor who doesn’t track his patients enough and the medicines they are taking to know if there is a problem of addiction.  I can almost understand if Michael Jackson were somehow harmed this way by what we know as a Dr. Feel Good (in Conrad Murray), and he was in a coma due to this.  I can see how the District Attorney’s office would want to use Michael Jackson’s celebrity status to draw attention to this very disturbing statistical data in the war on prescription drugs. 

Think about all of this for a moment, Conrad Murray is a rarity in the area of being convicted for giving too much of a pharmaceutical drug to a supposed patient.  We all know there are more doctors just like this out there and that it is time to bring this very serious issue to the forefront, and someone with Michael Jacksons name as many of you know has brought this attention to all of us through this case and the court trial, right? It’s obviously time to put these doctors on notice.  Doctors promise to do no harm, but I am always amazed at how free many doctors are with prescribing a pain narcotic over an antibiotic.  It used to be when you got sick a doctor would instantly prescribe an antibiotic, but then so many people were becoming immune to them, and so now doctors don’t prescribe them unless you are showing signs of a secondary infection.  So why haven’t doctors become that way about pain drugs?  Yes, I admit when you are in pain you need relief, but often times doctors don’t survey the patient enough to really find out if they are truly in pain or just addicted to the pain medicine.  Where do we draw the line here folks, it is the year 2011’ and more people as I stated are dying from these types of drugs, and the state of California with all of its celebrities and such are on the higher percentage of this statistic. 

So I’m sure you can see why the District Attorney’s office in California might have got on board with this kind of sting operation, per say, and using someone with Michael Jackson’s statue to do it, I’m sure it can only help their cause.

Anyway, this is some of my thoughts in relation to whether Michael Jackson is in fact alive.  I’m sure you might have a few of your own.  But, as I stated when I first started writing this blog back in June of 2011’ I was 99% sure Michael Jackson was dead, but now five months later and a ton of research, I am only 50% sure that he might be dead.  The other 50% thinks that he could still be very much alive.

One last thing, remember Michael Jackson said it himself, "Just because it's written, it doesn't make it the Gospel".  So just because it's been reported that Michael Jackson is dead, it doesn't make it so.  (Just some food for thought).




Thursday, November 17, 2011

Death Hoax or the Ultimate Family Intervention (Part 2 of 3)

In Part 1, I talked a little about how things didn’t seem quite right with the death of Michael Jackson.  Now if you’ve been reading this blog you must know by now that there is a strong following of people who think Michael Jackson faked his own death, and that is why I have been writing this blog to try to dispel this rumor.  After a lot of research into this subject I found I could explain some things that people were saying about him faking his death, but there were some things I found I could not explain.  The court case against Dr. Conrad Murray had many open holes with no answers, to which I’m sure many of you reading this will agree. I know there have been a lot of death hoax beLIEvers who say that the reason we don’t have the answers we crave is because Michael Jackson is not dead.  I think this is a good debate that makes a person pause and think about whether they are on the right track or maybe not.

I want to talk in this blog entry about what I think might have happened with the ultimate family intervention.  I think there is a good chance that the family intercepted all of the craziness that was circling Michael at the time, and took him away from it by getting him out of the country and to the help he might have needed.  I say this because there is a video with Jermaine Jackson on a radio talk show states, “Michael was not with us way before he arrived at the airport.”  Although, he went on to correct himself to “way before he arrived at the hospital”, it is a strange video to watch especially when you view his facial expressions.
 
       (CLICK HERE to view video of the apparent slip up).

Then there was a claim that Joe Jackson, (father), had left the country and went to Germany three weeks after Michael’s supposed passing.  I find this interesting because there is a video of a coroner van that was identified later as a fraud of someone who looked like Michael Jackson and Conrad Murray coming out of the back that was filmed in Germany.  So is this video actually a fraud or not?  You have to decide for yourself. (CLICK HERE to view video).

Then in an earlier blog entry I talked about 3 coroner vans that have been a part of this story and how their license plate numbers are all in sequential order from each other.  (CLICK HERE to view this video again if you haven’t already from the previous blog entry when I wrote about this).

There is also another thing I have wondered about, and that is does all of the Jackson family members know about this possible intervention, or is it just a few selected members.  Let’s face it, this is one family from what I have been able to ascertain that doesn’t really talk to each other about everything that is going on in the family unit.  They also don’t agree with decisions that are made in the family, as we witnessed during the Michael Jackson Tribute Concert in Wales.  Some of the family members didn’t think there should have been a tribute concert during the Conrad Murray trial, and so because of this they didn’t attend the event.  Also, I believe that if this is an intervention of some sort all family members might not know because some family members actually act as if they are truly grieving the loss of a family member, whereas others do not.  Now I know people grieve in different ways and that it affects people differently, and so how much a person grieves or doesn’t grieve deviates from person to person.

Then there is another thing to note and it has to do with the Conrad Murray trial again.  I found it quite interesting that not all of the Jackson’s attended this trial.  I mean think about it, you never heard about Marlon Jackson being there.  You never heard about Jackie Jackson being there.  Also, there were some in the family that only attended the trial for a few days.  I understand people have lives and that you can’t run down to a court house every single day.  I also understand that Marlon and Janet do not live in California.  I can understand all of that, but think about this for a moment, when the jury went out to deliberate on the verdict don’t you think if this was your family member who had been killed that you would have wanted to be in attendance for that verdict?  Yes, you might not have known how long it would take the jury to make a decision, but you could have sorted out your life enough to pinpoint when you should be there, right?  I mean, after all, the Jackson family was all in attendance for Michael’s 2005” child molestation trial verdict, weren’t they? 



I just found it rather strange that the whole family wasn’t there for the Conrad Murray verdict.  Just some things for you to think about before I tell you my other theory in regards to all of this in Part 3.  So stay tune.


Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Death Hoax or the Ultimate Family Intervention (Part 1 of 3)

Okay, if you've been reading this blog then you know that I truly believe that something isn't quite right with the supposed death of Michael Jackson.  As I stated when I started writing this blog I thought I would stop all of this death hoax nonsense, but I've gone on to discover that some of what the death hoax beLIEvers believe make some sense.  Now that the Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter trial has taken place, and there was a guilty verdict, I really think even more so that something isn't quite right.  As you know from a previous blog entry I stated that I had never heard a court verdict quite like the one at the Conrad Murray trial with the use of alleged date and alleged victim, Michael Joseph Jackson being used.  This was extremely strange because as I stated the word alleged means without proof.  Then there were all of the other things that happened at the trial, (from objects appearing in court, and then disappearing in the next).  The strange, inaccurate testimony that overrode other witness testimony was unbelievable, and a lot of it came from law enforcement. 

Then there were things being stated that didn't need to be stated, like the judge telling us that when he viewed the verdict document that the foremen corrected the alleged date of death from June 9, 2009 to June 25, 2009.  Why we needed to hear this I'm not really sure.  The judge could have just looked at it without making any comment about the date and just had the verdict read.  So why did he bring it up?  We wouldn't have known there was a problem if he hadn't of mentioned it.  I mean, we couldn't view the document in front of him, now could we?  So we wouldn't have known there was a problem with the date if he hadn't of told us.  So once again why did he feel the need to announce it to all of us?

I've been giving all of this a lot of thought and I have to say that I've been thinking about another angle that death hoax beLIEvers haven't actually brought up.  The death hoax beLIEvers think that Michael Jackson faked his own death, but what if his family did it?

I mean think about this for a moment, they stated they tried other interventions with Michael in the past and failed.  They also stated they were having trouble getting close to him, right?  Well, I find that a little strange since I'm sure many of you know that Dr. Tohme Tohme (who worked as Michaels's financial advisor during this time frame), is related to Jermaine Jackson's current wife. 
Dr. Tohme Tohme
So I can't believe that when Tohme was still currently working for Michael Jackson up until the infamous termination letter on May 6, 2009 that Jermaine couldn't have gotten to Michael.  Dr. Tohme Tohme has admitted in interviews that he knew Michael had a problem.  Also, let's not forget that Tohme was at the hospital on the supposed death of Michael Jackson on June 25, 2009 with Jermaine to give the infamous press conference, right?  What I also had discovered from Kai Chase the chef, that Tohme was at the house on June 25, 2009 and dismissed the staff in the afternoon even before Michael Jackson had been declared dead from anyone in the media or anyone at the hospital.  So why was Tohme dismissing Jackson staff?  I thought he was terminated from Michael Jackson's employment.  This was very strange to me. 

Just give some of this some thought and stay tune for Part 2 of 3, where I'll discuss what I think might have actually happened, and how the Jackson family may have gotten away with the ultimate intervention to save Michael's life.


Saturday, November 12, 2011

It's the Great Pumpkin, Michael Jackson!

I know this is a bit late for Halloween, but I had to write a death hoax blog entry regarding this. Anyway, most of us have seen the Peanuts classic Halloween cartoon: "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown". If you haven't seen it, it's about the Peanuts gang preparing for Halloween, while Linus, is preparing for the appearance of the Great Pumpkin, who as he claims rises from the most sincere pumpkin patch to give toys to deserving boys and girls who believe in him. All right, so what does any of this has to do with Michael Jackson and the death hoax? Well, for those of us watching the Dr. Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter Trial it would seem that now a pumpkin has appeared in court; that's right a pumpkin, which seem to appear one minute then disappear the next.

So let's recap, we have now had a stuff rabbit appear at the preliminary hearing. A Dodo bird, an elephant appear during the beginning days of the trial, and now a pumpkin has appeared toward the end of the trial. What gives with all of this?  The last time I checked this was supposed to be a court of law.  Plus, how does all of this supposedly connect to the death hoax?

Well, as earlier established the stuffed rabbit could be connected to the film "Moonwalker". In which if you saw it you know that Michael disguised himself in a rabbit costume. The elephant s self explanatory, Michael loved the circus and he owned an elephant at one time that was a gift from his dear friend, Elizabeth Taylor.

Now what connection does the pumpkin have in all of this?  Go back up in this blog entry and re-read the recap of the great pumpkin once more. Perhaps Michael Jackson if he is alive is waiting for his fans to show that they truly believe in him and show true sincerity in their belief. Maybe that's a bit of stretch, but again we have an object appearing in court for no apparent reason. Yes, its fall, yes it's a time for pumpkins; but in a courtroom?  Seriously, why did these objects keep appearing then disappearing in this courtroom, and for that matter why did the cameras keep picking them up for all of us to see?

So were they more clues to fuel the Death Hoax further, or were they just things that had no rhyme or reason to them like so many other things we have seen and witness since MichaelJackson's supposed death.  I don't know about any of you but that was one strange courtroom throughout this trial.  (CLICK HERE to see video showing pumpkin in courtroom).

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Will The Defendant Please Remain Seated? Is This Court For Real???

Well, it's time for another oddity during the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. By now you know that Conrad Murray was found guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter against his "alleged" victim Michael Jackson (which in itself was the subject of my previous blog entry), but there was something else that was very odd about the reading of the Dr. Conrad Murray's verdict. I'm sure most of us have seen at least one verdict being read on TV. I'm sure you've seen the defendant being told to rise and face either the judge or the jury. This is usually common court protocol, right?  The judge will first ask the jury if they have indeed reached a verdict; once the judge is told by the jury foreman that yes they have, the judge then proceeds to tell the defendant please rise and face either him or the jury. The defendant will then rise, and even the defense team will rise, and the verdict is read by the court clerk. This is common procedure from what I know and what I have witnessed in court cases, it's been done numerous times. Well guess what, we all know when the verdict of Dr. Conrad Murray was read not only did the judge not tell him to rise, and not only did he remain seated, that even after the verdict he was handcuffed sitting down.  What's with that?  Strange…strange…strange!

This brings up so many questions about this very odd court case from the alleged date to the alleged victim and now the defendant not rising to hear the verdict.  So my first question is why wasn't he asked to rise when the verdict was read? Second, why did they handcuff him sitting down?  It looked strange when they did this.  It looked stupid when he sat back after being cuffed on his hands.
 
The one thing I do know for sure is that this has been one of the strangest death investigations, followed by one of the oddest and strangest court cases I have ever seen televised. If this was a televised soap opera I might understand this, but this was real life, so I'm confused by all of this. 
 
So let's summarize this bizarre case, we had one of the oddest verdicts ever read, with the date being messed up to start, and the word alleged being used more than once in the wording of the verdict, and now we have a defendant who remains seated throughout the whole proceeding. Is there any wonder the death hoax beLIEvers continue to think that Michael Jackson is still alive.  All of this really does make a person stop and wonder if the death hoax beLIEvers are actually on to something. 

Something isn't right here, and even this blogger is willing to admit that.

Stay Tune.


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Dr. Conrad Murray Found Guilty, But It's Only Alleged! Say What?!!!!

By now we have all heard the verdict in the Dr. Conrad Murray Involuntary Manslaughter case. It was no surprise that he was found guilty, but what I did find extremely bizarre was the way the verdict was read. There was a word used in the verdict that made me pause and go… huh?  The word was alleged. Now in case you don't know the definition of alleged here is the one that I found at the free dictionary website on the Internet:


alleged: represented as existing, or as being as described but not so proved; supposed, without proof.


Usage Note: An alleged burglar is someone who has been accused of being a burglar, but against whom no charges have been proved. An alleged incident is an event that is said to have taken place, but has not yet been verified or proven. In their zeal to protect the rights of the accused, newspapers and law enforcement officials sometimes misuse alleged. Someone arrested for murder may be only an alleged murderer, for example, but is a real, not an alleged, suspect in that his or her status as a suspect is not in doubt. Similarly, if the money from a safe is known to have been stolen and not merely mislaid, then we may safely speak of a theft without having to qualify our description with alleged.

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Now if you were to watch the verdict on YouTube you will hear the word alleged used three times, once when the judge made note of the jury foreman changing the date on the verdict form from June 9, 2009 to June 25, 2009, and once to describe the victim, (it stated as the alleged victim, Michael Joseph Jackson), then it's used again for the date, the alleged date of June 25, 2009. As I said above, "say what?"

Tell me something, has such a word ever been used in the reading of a verdict in the past that any of you reading this have heard in a court of law? I tried going to YouTube, and looking up some high profile verdicts from the past and the only one I could locate was Casey Anthony's. Guess what I never heard one alleged. To be honest I can't recall hearing such a word used in a courtroom verdict that I can ever remember; a preliminary hearing where the individual is innocent till proven guilty yes, but never in a verdict, which from my understanding usually consist of definitive words, which alleged isn't. All right so it could be argued that Murray may not actually be guilty of murder; involuntary manslaughter yes, but murder is still sketchy, so maybe alleged victim may not be wrong terminology. But what about the alleged date?  Someone correct me if I'm wrong but Michael Jackson did supposedly die on June 25, 2009, right? So why is the date alleged? Does this have to do with the fact that the date was recorded wrong at first with June 9, 2009, which is an issue all in itself, but still it was corrected and we were all told June 25, 2009 was the date of his death. So when it comes to the date of death there is really nothing alleged about it.  This really bothered me because this verdict is a court legal document.  So what is so alleged about it?


I have to be honest when I heard the verdict and I heard the word alleged used, my first reaction was, is this another clue to the death hoax? After all if Michael Jackson did stage his own death then the victim and date would be alleged wouldn't they?


One last thing when I started to write this blog I really thought I would squash all this death hoax nonsense.  But, now I have to admit that I'm starting to truly understand where these death hoax beLIEvers are coming from.  I truly believed back when I started writing this blog that I was 99% sure that Michael Jackson was dead, but in the five months that I've been writing this, I am now only 50% convince that he is deceased.  The reason I am 50/50 on this now is something just isn't right here.  So beLIEvers keep the faith.

Stay Tune.




Saturday, November 5, 2011

Why Wasn't the "This Is It" Film Documentary Not Dedicated to Michael Jackson?

Like so many of you I have seen the concert film "This Is It" but I never really gave it much thought till someone recently brought it up to me about why there was no mention at all of Michael Jackson's passing? You know, like at the very end of the film you would have thought it would have ended with the words, "In Memoriam to Michael Jackson". Yes, you would have to have been living under a rock not to have known that Michael Jackson had died three months earlier, but usually when someone important to a film has died prior to the film being released the film is at least dedicated to them in some way.

I remember seeing the "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country" in the movie theatre in December of 1991'. The film was released two months after the death of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. At the very beginning of the film there were the words "For Gene Roddenberry" which appeared, which meant the film was dedicated to him.


I have seen the 1992' Muppet film "A Muppet Christmas Carol" which was the first Muppet film made after the sudden death of Muppet creator Jim Hanson, and once again there were the words "For Jim Hanson."


I could go on and on, but these are just a few examples of someone who was important to a film or franchise dying before a project is done, and the film being dedicated to them. So why wasn't "This Is It" dedicated to Michael Jackson or at least given a memoriam to him? After all, this was supposedly his last project, right?  It would have been the right thing to do under the circumstances, don't you think? Yes, all of us knew Michael Jackson was dead, but we also knew Gene Roddenberry and Jim Hanson were dead, but that didn't stop the studios from dedicating these films to them.  So what gives here?


As I said before I never really gave this much thought, till someone brought it up, and it's very true.  If there were no plans to do a movie till after Michael Jackson's death then wouldn't Sony Pictures want to honor Michael Jackson by dedicating the film to him? Yes, we got a dedication to Michael's kids and his fans, which were nice, but you would think that the film would also have been dedicated to him as well. Maybe I'm making more out of this then need be but as I said before I have seen dedications done on films time and time again to the person who has died, yet not here. So is this another sign that Michael Jackson may not actually be dead, after all why would he want a film dedicated to his memory when he is still very much alive? It would also explain why the film was dedicated to his kids and fans instead, wouldn't it?  Make no mistake about it that would certainly be something Michael would want.


Friday, November 4, 2011

Is Michael Jackson's Death Hoax, "The Big Sleep"?


Here is yet another blog entry that ties Michael Jackson's death hoax with a classic film. We have of course in previous blogs covered the tie in with the film "Gilda", and the strange tie in with the classic horror film "The Corridors of Blood" so what film is next, well it's the 1946' Bogart film, "The Big Sleep."


Yes, you read that title correct: "The Big Sleep".  As eerie as that title may seem there was in fact a movie by that title.  Now before we go any further into why "The Big Sleep" is added, many of you might be wondering why I keep tying the death hoax in with classic films.  Let's remember as I have stated before in previous blog entries, like me Michael Jackson was a classic film buff. He loved classic movies, so it would stand to reason that some films could be tie into his death hoax, if he did indeed stage his own death. Also, I would like to take this moment to make a confession, although I am a classic film buff, I am not a fan of Humphrey Bogart.


Why is this important? Well, for one since I am not a fan of the actor I am not too familiar with his films including, "The Big Sleep", so I didn't see this tie in to the death hoax till someone brought it up on the Internet. This connection goes back to the video that Michael Jackson did for "Smooth Criminal", which was also featured in the concert film documentary, "This Is It."


For those of us who have seen the video we know that in it Michael is pursued by Bogart and that Bogart says this to Michael before the pursuit begins:

"What do want me to do count to three like they do in the movies?"


This is a clip directly from the film "The Big Sleep," so what does this film have to do with the death hoax you might still be wondering?  Well other than the strange title, the film "The Big Sleep", Bogart plays a detective Philip Marlowe who is investigating the disappearance of a man by the name of Sean Regan, but the more he digs the more he finds himself involved in web of lies, murder, and blackmail. (Basically a CONSPIRACY). All of this leading to what is an elaborate cover-up into Regan's apparent murder. If you want to read more on the synopsis of "The Big Sleep" you can go to the Turner Classic Movie database by Clicking HERE.

So what does any of this have to do with Michael and his death hoax? Once again, we have a film that was placed in the "Smooth Criminal" video that could be a sign of the death hoax if you really think about the coincidence associated to this film and the "This Is It" concert. Let's face it whatever happened on June 25, 2009, I am now of the belief that there is a cover up going on of some kind. I would like to believe that this cover-up has to do with Michael Jackson staging his own death, because well the alternative, which would be a possible murder cover up is something that I really don't want to consider. I do know that things aren't as cut and dry as the courts want us to believe. Things just don't add up, which is why there are BeLIEvers to the death hoax, because the other alternative isn't one that most of us want to contemplate or deal with.


Also, once again take a moment and look at the title of this movie. Isn't there a connection there in itself, "The Big Sleep"?  If you wanted to come up with a title to best describe what has happened to Michael Jackson, wouldn't this be a fitting title. That in itself makes the connection rather bizarre, wouldn't you say?




Thursday, November 3, 2011

Another Look at the Coroner's Photo of Michael Jackson

As if we haven't had enough conversations about the Coroner's Photo, let's have one more. Now before someone says, why can't this person get off this photo? Well it would seem that I am not the only one who can't let the issue of this photo and it origins go. Seriously, as I said in another blog entry there are those out there who are so driven and determined that if Michael Jackson is indeed truly alive, that they are going to find him. It's just a matter of time, let me tell you.

 
Anyway getting back to the coroner's photo, if you will remember in the first entry that was written about this photo, I brought up the possibility that it was another Photo shop photo done like the one from the ambulance is now believed to be. I also said that there was a possibility that this was some kind of wax dummy, which is also a good argument.
However, thanks to one of the very determined individuals that I spoke about earlier in this blog entry I am now more convinced, that like the ambulance photo this could very well be a Photo shop photo. Someone actually took the time to do some research to find a photo of Michael Jackson taken in the past that resembles the way the autopsy photo looked. Well guess what Eureka, they found one. It turns out in the early 1990's Michael Jackson did a video for a song called "In the Closet".  
 (Click HERE to view video)
The person who found the similarity between the autopsy photo and the 1990's "In the Closet" video placed a video on YouTube to show you the comparison.  (Click HERE to view video)
The profile of the way Michael looks in the autopsy photo and the "In the Closet" video which as I stated was done in the early 1990's looks basically the same.  Now let's get real here, when Michael Jackson did the "In the Closet" video he was in his early thirties, and sorry but there is no way Michael Jackson would look the same way he did in the early 1990's at the time of his death, which is almost twenty years later.  I don't care if it was reported that Michael had fifty-five cosmetic procedures done by his dermatologist during the last three months before his supposedly died.
So now it looks as if this coroner's photo that I have been questioning since the first moment it was leaked could very well be another Photo shop job. As for the photo at the hospital, thanks to the outdated gurney I still stand by the belief that this was taken during another hospital visit that Michael Jackson had. Perhaps in 2005', we know then that his every move was under scrutiny due to the child molestation trial he was dealing with. It wouldn't be beneath the paparazzi to have snuck into the hospital after finding out he was there in order to get a picture of him. So why wasn't the picture ever leaked out during that time? Well it's possible the person was caught and the film was taken and given perhaps to the Jackson family. So now the photo is in their possession and they held onto it. This is just a theory of mine, but it might actually make sense as to why this gurney is out dated, and why when I look at this photo as I've stated in a previous blog entry I don't see the look of death.