Friday, July 3, 2009

Michael Jackson's sudden death

Today's News: Powerful sedative found in Michael Jackson's home?

The cause of Jackson's death has not been determined. Autopsy results are not expected for several weeks. Weeks before his death He was known have suffered from severe insomnia, H ew was pleaded for Diprivan amid the stress of preparing for a massive series of comeback concerts. Friday that Dipivan had been found at Jackson's house the nurse working with him said she did everything to warn him againts it. Diprivan has a milky appearances, sometimes nicknamed "milk of amnesia." Doctors said Diprivan can trigger an irreversable chain of events leading to heart disfunction and death, although it was not clear the drugs to blame. Authorities are investigating allegations that Jackson had been consuming painkillers, sedatives, and antidepressants. Charges would depend on wether Jackson had been overly prescribed medications, given drugs inappropriate for his needs, or if knowingly prescribed medications by his doctor under an assumed name. The Doctor is not a suspect according to Jackson's Doctor attorney. In earlier interview in the tv news, the doctor said he never gave or prescribed Jacksons painkillers Demoral or OxyContin, and denied reports suggesting that the doctor gave the pop star drugs contributed to his death.

MaSSIVE demands for Michael Jackson memorial tickets. Fans from around the world applied for free tickets to Jackson's memorial services . Tickets to Jackson's memorial service will be free. They can be obtained by registering at There will be 11,000 tickets for seats inside Staples Center and 6,500 for seats in the adjacent Nokia Theatre, where fans can watch a simulcast. On Saturday night, 8,750 names will be randomly selected to receive two tickets each.

1 comment:

  1. Erm, so do you have any other new thing to post about?

    Btw, passin by from EasyHits... hpe you have a nice day! *wink*