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sonja August 31, 2009 at 6:16 am

Ms Dimond,yes MJ was an addict.Yes MJ needed help?Did he get any of that ,NO.Did he want any of that,nobody knows including you.
Ask the question,would anybody be capable of admin them selves with anything being under the influence of propofol?I doubt it very much,having had surgery recently where propofol was used to put me under.When you start waking up,you initially have NO control over your limbs.MJ was given all sorts,strong enough to sedate an elephant,at his request or not.Propofol on top and the result was there.Death.Dr Murray has a lot to answer for in a court of law imo,for starters what was he doing leaving the room?I await your reply

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Diane August 31, 2009 at 10:06 am

ABQ Journal Reader Don D. writes:

” Yes, we’ve seen media coverage of Jackson that involved you and I certainly agree with your editorial that appeared in the Sat ABQ Journal. My wife is an experienced nurse and we were both stunned at the collection of drugs Jackson had been taking. 10mg of Valium, would, I think, knock me on my can (a single Benadryl when 6 are allowed in a 24 hr period makes me sleepy) let alone the two doses of Versed and and such even before the Propofol. He needed heavy duty psycological attention long ago to wean him off of the massive meds.”

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Diane August 31, 2009 at 10:07 am

Reader Dee writes:

” As some one who works very closely with recovering addicts, I have to tell you that Rx drugs are the hardest to kick. The reasons are many, but mainly because a doctor prescribed them. For an addict to get their drug-influenced mind around the fact that the “medicine” they are taking is the problem is near imposible. I have seen many people walk away from crystal meth, alcohol, and other street drugs. But I have lost count of the many who were addicted to pills relapse over and over again, some even dying. Rx meds are so readily available, and though we have doctors we work with that will manage real pain with non-narcotics, for an addict, they miss the high. Unfortunately there are docs on every street corner that will fulfill an addicts need for a high under the guise of managing their pain.

I have decided that to fight the prescription-happy docs is not the right fight. Our fight is for the addict and giving them the tools they need to come out of t he “confusion of Rx drugs” and see that there is a life worth living….sober. “

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Diane August 31, 2009 at 9:51 pm

Reader Lynette A. writes:

“Hi Diane, I was just reading your article and could not agree with you more.Though I feel that the world is better off without him I feel that the Doctors need to take some responsibility in this as well. I’m an RN and very day I have people come in drug seeking for these medications and they get them. I would imagine that it would be very easy for someone like Michael Jackson to find a few of his own.

On another subject I know you have written a book about the Michael Jackson Evidence that we have never been allowed to see. Where Can I find this book? “

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Diane August 31, 2009 at 9:52 pm

Lynette:
Thanks so much for taking the time to write!
If you go back to the front page of this web site you’ll find a link to Amazon.com where you can get the book. Hope you find it enlightening!
Diane

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Diane September 1, 2009 at 1:54 am

Web Site Reader Jayne S. writes:

“OK – the drug pusher is a given re blame. The doctor who overprescribes, irresponsibly prescribes, supplies and/or administers drugs to anyone he or she perceives as a possible addict IS responsible for contributing to the addict’s demise.

Addicts for the most part are truly tragic ‘cause when the addiction takes over, the drugs prevail – the ability to assess danger or even reality is lost. Shall I Enable or Am I My Brother’s Keeper is a real dilemma for family and friends – especially when the added Boy-Who-Cried-Wolf syndrome sets in and family/friends have been worn down with repetitive bouts of drugs-then-rehab-then-relapses. Family and friends who fail to get help may not realize the degree of danger the addict is in. Seasoned addicts can be most clever at hiding drugs/relapses from family and friends. Decades ago I lived with and almost married someone who had a cocaine addiction I didn’t even know about until my personal possessions began to disappear (sold for drug money). We didn’t do cocaine at home or together and I was in total shock when I unearthed the truth.

In the case of Michael Jackson, he was an addict who already lived in his own reality plus had enough money and power to manipulate others to provide the drugs he desired. That he made it through a half-century with what he put his body through is amazing. From all TV accounts from friends and family of DJ AM (Adam Goldstein), they thought he was ‘clean and sober’ and were shocked at the evidence of crack cocaine.

Anyone who IS in the know and doesn’t attempt to get help is a contributor – but unfortunately attempts to get help can easily fail miserably.”

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Diane September 1, 2009 at 1:56 am

I couldn’t have said it better myself, Jayne. Thanks for writing. ~ DD

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Gigi Gordon September 8, 2009 at 12:17 am

Hi Diane,
Love your coverage of MJ’s sad demise and curious, sad life. One thing that still bothers me is that on July 17th, 2009, the FDA released a warning about two bad batches of Propofol being out in circulation at hospitals (and wherever MJ was getting his). Do you know how this information might affect charges against Dr. Murray if, in fact, the Propofol was tainted? I think it truly changes the picture, nevertheless not the responsibility for administering a drug meant ONLY for hospital use. I haven’t seen information on this FDA release reported anywhere except on the FDA website. I feel it warrants reporting AND investigation. Since federal agencies aren’t well known for communicating with each other, I wouldn’t count on the DEA knowing about this. Someone needs to talk about it! Thanks for listening, Diane.

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DianeDimond September 8, 2009 at 4:58 am

We did report about that on Entertainment Tonight when it first happened. I, like you, thought it was fascinating to think that maybe it was tainted propofol that caused Jackson's death. But the FDA told us none of the tainted batches got to Nevada, Texas or California – the three states in which Dr. Murray practiced. Course even if it was tainted that would not absolve Dr. Murray, a cardiologist, from administering drugs only an anesthesiologist is supposed to handle – and only in a hospital. Thanks for writing! ~ DD

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Wendy September 8, 2009 at 3:08 pm

I am torn. I want to blame Dr. Murray for knowingly injecting him with drugs that were only to be used in a hospital, for being desperate enough for that fat monthly paycheck to give an addict anything he wanted while he whined he couldn’t sleep after being given enough drugs to knock out an elephant, and I want to smack MJ upside the head for being so stupid and NOT getting the help I’m sure he knew he needed. Addicts know they are sick. MJ could have gone to another rehab. But no, his money could buy anything. Sigh.

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Rosa September 10, 2009 at 11:02 am

Ms Dimond:
I felt compelled to leave a comment because I’m concerned about a number of issues in this article. Firstly, this article doesn’t seem to reflect any personal experience on your part with addiction or anyone who suffers from it, as it appears removed from the understanding of an addict’s mindset, which can be equated to some degree with that of a child, in not caring about or considering the dire consequences of their risky behavior, and thus needing to be guided out of such destruction. The qualm regarding Dr. Murray’s actions are that readily admitted to blatantly disregarding that vital understanding and furthermore that he had no ethical dilemma in feeding into what Michael thought he needed, thus neglecting the duties of his profession. Secondly, although many of the various sources I’ve read do seem to indicate an addiction on Michael’s part, there also seems to be much speculation in your article, especially regarding age-related medications and certain illnesses Michael may have had. In addition, it is an unnessarily low blow to discuss his children’s relationship with their mothers, as it is irrelevant to the topic at hand, and as a journalist, it should be above you to utilize such tabloid tactics.

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janie September 10, 2009 at 12:09 pm

What do you want his fans to do? Drag him to rehab? Fans are not a part of his personal life. I doubt fans would have had much control in his private life. And some fans probably didn’t know he had a serious addiction before he passed. Nothing this serious, anyway. You make it sound as if people should have known Michael was taking Propofol. Everyone was shocked when this news came out. Not only haters, but fans too.
And furthermore, Murray shouldn’t have given him a cocktail which in combination would have killed someone. If he was a responsible and skilled doctor, he would have known the combination was deadly. If he was a good doctor, he would have known it would kill him. Yet, he gave them anyway. He could have said no, or dragged him to therapy, yet he chose to give them to him.
I’m not saying Michael is blamless. No, that’s not what I’m saying at all. But look at American criminal law: Don’t you guys punish drug dealers more severely than you do drug addicts?
And as for your statements about his personal life concerning his children and plastic surgery, it’s none of your business. It’s not mine either. The children didn’t know their mother. So what? A family doesn’t always have to be Father+Mother+children. I thought that went out ages ago when societies started having same sex couples with children, or broken homes. The children loved Michael Jackson. He didn’t need to live life by standards you hold as a biased journalist. What is your purpose of sneaking these statements in? I would have thought your post was good have you left this part out. The part about the addiction was well reasoned, actuall, even though I disagree.
And finally, would you have written the same article with the name Michael Jackson changed to Elvis Presley or Judy Garland?

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Lisa September 10, 2009 at 2:25 pm

“Yet there were legions of fans that sent him the message that he was the best, the King!”

Of course! Nobody is praising him for his personal life, the people are praising him for the big artist that he was. I don’t see any problem in that. As matter of fact, he is The King of Pop. Or did you see any artist like MJ nowadays? His personal life isn’t important to me and anybody. His personal life doesn’t make my life different. His personal life won’t change my life. His personal life won’t make my life better or worse. Only for you, because you get money speaking about him. That’s it. That’s the truth.

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SoMeFRNL September 10, 2009 at 3:04 pm

How would you put this judicial? Are ‘common’ drug dealers assister’s of suicide too? We all know Murray did it for $150000 a month, which makes him into a criminal who just didn’t care for the human being he was ‘assisting’.

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Esla September 10, 2009 at 6:38 pm

Ms. Dimond,

Would you please tell me when exactly it was widely known that Michael Jackson was addicted to drugs? I honestly do not recall the media reporting this information. Stories of Michael Jackson being addicted to drugs would be on every tabloid cover and be covered by every media outlet – and yet, I remember nothing being said about Michael Jackson’s drug addiction in the news. Aside from Michael Jackson’s admitted addiction to prescription painkillers in 1993, I had not heard that he had a drug problem. Perhaps the media was too busy covering more sensational aspects of his life.

I do believe that if Michael Jackson’s fans had known about his problem, he himself may have tried to get help in order to preserve his image among his fans. So, I respectfully disagree with your assessment, as I do not believe that his drug usage was widely known amongst his fans. Michael Jackson’s fans could not have enabled him because they never even knew he even had a problem.

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Miriam September 10, 2009 at 9:00 pm

Ms. Dimond, I think it’s very wrong of you to say that the fans should bear part of the blame for Michael’s death. If the fans had any chance to help Michael with his supposed drug addiction, then we would have tried to do so. However, between you and the fans, you are actually the only one who had any access to Michael. The fans really had no way of doing anything in this case. We didn’t even know that he had a drug problem! And, if you believe Jermaine Jackson’s statement, even he had no idea Michael was an addict. Perhaps it is you who should have tried to help Michael. Please don’t blame people who are helpless for something about which they had no chance to fix. If anyone had responsibility for all of this, besides the doctors, it is more likely to be you and anyone else who was in close proximity to Michael.

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Beth September 12, 2009 at 1:00 pm

I enjoyed your book Diane.

I believe the possiblity of helping MJ might have well lied in a professional intervention, conservatorship and CPS involvement. I recall the pictures of him in 2005 and wondered how he could still be alive. Obviously he had gone beyond the point of being able to help himself.

Watching the family point fingers at others, (deservedly so) without their own personal accountability is truly sad.

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Theresa September 14, 2009 at 9:33 am

Diane,
Your article was very interesting but unfortunately it contained a few half truths. There were and are a lot of fans who were aware of Michael’s drug dependency and who tried desperately to help with written letters and other contact. Some fans who were close to him even told him to his face but as Im sure you are aware, drug addiction, whether it be illegal or legal drugs is an incredibly difficult cycle to escape from.

Michael obviously had a problem with insomnia and anxiety, not an uncommon thing and I myslelf have suffered from both and at times, my medicine cabinet resembled a pharmasists. The difference is between me and Michael is that I didnt suffer from this in the spotlight nor did I go through an extremely traumatic trial where I was wrongfully accused of a terrible crime.

Its little wonder that the man swallowed pills the way he did and I put the blame firmly at the door of the doctors who abused the Hippocratic oath in the most appalling way. People tend to trust their doctors, to believe that they know best even when supplying them with vast amounts of strong medication that will ultimately kill them. I hope that Doc Murray is punished for abusing both the system and Michael. When Michael needed help the most, he was let down, one by the media, who villified him and drove him to pills and, two, by the leech like doctors who fed him those pills like candy.

The fans? Thay never let him down. They were always there to support him and try and help him bu doing what little they could from a distance and sometimes up close. Not all of us wear rose coloured spectacles and not all of us thought he was a God who was perfect. He had his faults and problems but unfortunately one doctor destroyed any chance that Michael had of overcoming and rebuilding his life.

Theresa.

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Diane September 14, 2009 at 12:29 pm

Web site Reader Hanna writes:

” Dear Diane, I´ve just read your book “Be careful Who You Love” and the articles on Michael Jackson on your website. I am not MJ´s big fan, I just like several of his songs and some of his dancing. But after his sudden death and the overwhelming stream of more and more bizzare stories about him, I became more interested in his personality.
I must appreciate that you tried (and managed, I would say) to stay objective, balanced and unbiased as much as possible in your book. Taking into account what Ive read and seen during last couple of weeks, I felt especially touched by your suggestion, that MJ´s death was a sort of assisted suicide (in the article of 31st Oct. 09).
Ive seen a short video on Youtube, taken probably in 2001, where MJ was interviewing the author of “They Cage the Animals at Night” book (I don´t remember his name). One of MJ´s questions was if that guy was ever thinking of committing suicide, having had such a disastrous childhood and further life. The tune of MJ´s voice and his body language alerted me, that his question might have been a matter of more personal interest for him than it´s supposed to be… Though, in my opinion, if there were some reliabe guide-posts throughout the enigmatic and encrypted existence of Michael Jackson, it was his will and his body language. I am sure that no major event in his life ever happened against his will. Not even his death.
But drug addiction is sometimes called “the cancer of will” definitely for a reason. I think that in the last period of his life he wasn´t allready able to change or revert the course of events, even if he wanted to.
In addition, two of his three children were approaching the age when they leave their childhood (and leave MJ mentally) and enter into adolescence. Despite the upcoming concerts, he may had even more reasons to die than to live… But the way he lived and the way he died could contribute to our own personal growth. It reflects much of the society´s behavior we should be seriously worried about.
Maybe the real man behind the mirror has left long ago, or he´s never been there, but MICHAEL JACKSON WAS THE MIRROR ITSELF. We should be grateful for that. Good luck! Hannah

P.S. I am sorry for misspelling and grammar mistakes, English is not my mother tongue.”

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Triny September 17, 2009 at 7:31 pm

Assisted suicide?……I think not. No matter what anyone writes about Michael Jackson the fact is none of those authors know the details of what went on with him behind closed doors. Michael had children he wanted to see grow up so using the words “assisted suicide” is premature at best.

Let us all remember that regardless of whether Michael Jackson asked for these medications or not, Dr. Conrad Murray is a BOARD CERTIFIED physician who knows full well what these medications would do to Michael. Long story short, Dr. Murray new better. This goes against the ethical oath he took when he received his certification. He acted carelessly and was indeed negligent therefore should pay the penalty as well as any other physicians that enabled Michael.

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Giselle January 10, 2010 at 8:28 pm

I so agree with you Triny!
What kind of doctor is one that applies CPR on a bed???????????
And as Michael's personal doctor, how come he didn't have a defibrillator?
What kind of doctor is that?????????????
Ethics! Where are they? I think that the meaning of this word is slowly vanishing in this crazy world………….

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Oye Aje September 20, 2009 at 10:01 pm

Hello Diane,

I was on youtube earlier on; looking at the Oprah Remembers MJ thing. The comments by the die-hard fans sort of reminded me of what you have to go through on your site…Again, I commend you for the bravery to even keep it up knowing full well what kind of responses you may get at times.

You know what, it’s safe to say…for some fans, if MJ does anything, it’s OKAY…and he’s justified…simply because he’s Michael eh?

WTH…It’s obsessive and sick…and perhaps is one of the reasons for his demise. Tell him what he wants to hear, say what he wants to hear…he can do no wrong.

I see where people are going with the Conrad thing that he knew better and all that, but we all know MJ was used to getting what he wanted when he wanted it, so yeah Conrad may have been to blame for what happened but hey…MJ asked for it, and if you look back…I had read that MJ insisted against AEG’s suggestions that he have Conrad perhaps because he knew he’d be able to manipulate Conrad to do what he, Michael wanted, when he wanted it.

That perhaps was his issue, I’ll do and say what I want because I am Michael Jackson. Well, NO…there is a Higher Power above all of us and rules are set for our own good!!

Diane, some fans are going as far as to say Jordy should come out and speak the truth.

I laugh…

If he sticks to his story; they’ ll say, now that he’s gone and can’t defend himself, Jordy decides to speak, or the Sodium Amytal rebuttal may apply or whatever…(what is up with that whole thing anyway…?)

OR….

If he doesn’t speak; As they are now saying, “Oh where is Chandler, MJ got into drugs and died cause of him etc…”

Some are saying MJ’s insurance co paid the first settlement to Michael’s reluctance…or now Jordie has changed his story…I don’t know.

I love MJ myself, but I also have enough sense to know when a person was going too far…and I cringe to think of the lengths some so called fans will go and have gone to maintain the image of an human being who like ALL of us was not perfect…and dare I say was more obvious in his case.

Proverbs 19:3 says it best in Michael’s case and here it goes:
“The stupidity of a person turns his life upside down, and his heart rages against the LORD.”

We should ALL learn from that and focus now and making our lives better.

I’ll always love the ART…but the artist…I don’t know bro…I hope your soul was alright with the Lord Before you left at least He forgives.

Lord, teach us all to make our souls right with You…!!

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Oye Aje September 22, 2009 at 4:35 pm

Hey Diane,

I am curious, is there going to be an update to your book…I don’t know maybe this time it’ll be called “Be Careful What you do…Inside the final Years of MJ..”?

I obviously read the first as a lot of other books on MJ…and as I said elsewhere on your site it seems you basically divulged what was reported to you. Who knows, you just might be a fan of MJ’s art (like myself…) but like me, that’s where it stops…

I do care about his soul, but hey…whatever happened to him, he brought on himself!!! Anyone in there right mind who is not obsessed with the guy would agree to that.

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DianeDimond September 22, 2009 at 9:36 pm

Oye Aje –
I have absolutely no plans to write another book on Michael Jackson

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DianeDimond September 25, 2009 at 6:33 am

I can't say I formally ever "met" Michael Jackson. But I was in the same room with him every day of his criminal trial, including jury selection. I didn't find him bizarre. I found him unique – and sad.

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DianeDimond October 2, 2009 at 6:28 am

IntenseDebate Notification <DIV dir=ltr align=left>I never ever said his weigh was under 100 pounds. You are incorrect. </DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left></DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left>There were reports that Mr. Jacksonweighed 112 pounds at death…I did not originate those reports. </DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left></DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left>Get your facts straight before you start attacking.</DIV>
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Rose September 25, 2009 at 8:39 am

Diane:

I loved your last post: Unique and sad, no truer words written.

It is a sham people shoot the messenger. They should not.

We were all mesmerized by the razzal dazzle, and I think when all the smoke and dust settles, and we (especially those without children) finally come to terms of how Michael Jackson the artist vs the man was so very different, you will be finally seen what you are : an investigator who got a call to see what was going on at Neverland.

I am sure you have suffered too. For a long time,Michael was considered Toxic Waste: and anything that was associated with him, and unfortunately that included you too.

Now in death, may all be forgiven and that includes your search for truth. I never saw you as an opportunist, but rather a reporter. I loved my Michael, but something snapped after Thriller, and he was so arrogant/angry…and I think all that compounded on him as a person in his element at home was finally released. He had no true guidance, except perhaps that person who touched him. I have no doubt he was molested himself, and that is the story I was to know now.

Who molested Michael Jackson? I often wonder why he insisted he have his rubba friends call him Daddy. Besides the obvious culprit,(which I attribute his fascination with Nazi Germany and the leader who possibly Michael identified with due to this man’s story of parental abuse), my money is on Bill Bray.

I hope you will find time to do that story!

An admirer of your own courage,
Rose

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DianeDimond September 25, 2009 at 1:23 pm

IntenseDebate Notification <DIV dir=ltr align=left>No, not Bill Bray. As I write in the book – I found evidence that his own father used him as \”bait\” so to speak during the time they were struggling to get out of Gary, Indiana. He was the youngest, the cutest, the most talented ….. and Joe didn't hesitate to use that to get them more and more gigs. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>Bill Bray was actually – in Michael's words – \”like a father figure\” to him. That is, of course, until they had an argument one day at the ranch and Bill was fired on the spot. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>No. Not Bill. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>Thank you for writing. It made my day.</DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left>
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DianeDimond September 25, 2009 at 1:23 pm

IntenseDebate Notification <DIV dir=ltr align=left>No, not Bill Bray. As I write in the book – I found evidence that his own father used him as \”bait\” so to speak during the time they were struggling to get out of Gary, Indiana. He was the youngest, the cutest, the most talented ….. and Joe didn't hesitate to use that to get them more and more gigs. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>Bill Bray was actually – in Michael's words – \”like a father figure\” to him. That is, of course, until they had an argument one day at the ranch and Bill was fired on the spot. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>No. Not Bill. </DIV> <DIV></DIV> <DIV>Thank you for writing. It made my day.</DIV> <DIV dir=ltr align=left>
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Sarah Richards December 18, 2009 at 5:05 am

Hi Diane

Big fan of your book, excellent read. I can't believe how I was duped all these years in believing his "spin"! Did he really fire Bill Bray do you know what the argument was over? It seems that the KOP had no trouble firing people that annoyed him! I read an article by Roger Friedman that said that Bill was left to die in a shabby apartment with no word from MJ in 10 years! I guess that same treatment was afforded to Bob Jones for his loyalty. I think both these gentleman had loads of dirt on MJ!
Sarah

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DianeDimond December 20, 2009 at 10:03 pm

Sarah –
Sources at the Neverland Ranch told me that the final fight between Michael and Bill Bray (who was like a father figure to him) was over Joe Jackson. Bill Bray reportedly said something negative about Joe and Michael felt as though that put him in a position of having to somehow stick up for his father. It all got so heated and uncomfortable MJ shouted, "That's it – you're fired!" or some such. Naturally, I was not in the room when it happened but I heard this same story from three different people and different times. There is no way to verify it now, I'm afraid as both men are dead. Yes, Bob Jones was also suddenly dismissed after 25 years (or so) of service. He sued to try to get (at least) some vacation pay. I'm not sure but I think there was a small amount paid to Jones for that – but not much. He died of a heart attack a few years ago.

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Sarah Richards December 30, 2009 at 6:54 am

Thanks for the reply, it seems that meek and mild MJ had no problem dispensing with his loyal serfs when he felt the need. I read Bob Jones book but always felt that he held back so much more information than he finally put in the book. He seemed a real gentleman, I'm sure his intention was not to hurt MJ, a pity his loyalty was not reciprocated.

IloveMichaelJackson September 26, 2009 at 11:29 pm

Quote Diane Diamond-”bottles of Valium, Tamsulosin, Lorazepam, Temazepam, Clonazepam, Trazodone and Tizanidine”

I believe that doctor Murray brought all those into the house.
Something isn’t right with your reporting Diane because Michael was not currently addicted to any drugs!

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hope September 27, 2009 at 12:09 am

how did he pass his Physical with Dr. David Slavit for his tour if there was so many drugs in his system and why was that report never made public as far as i know the no one from ucla issued a statement or the corner in an interview and i dont know why the ladp has not issued nothing yes I have a question why are you all flashing a fake death certificate ? I email at least 30 different corners across the USA and was told that death by injection by another is not a legal cause of death I also have a emails from ed winters that reads
It can be depending on what is injected and what the results of the substance injected causes.

Ed Winter, Asst. Chief

I also spoke with 2 lawyers that told me the same thing when I spoke to the embalmer he said ask tmz his words,,,, email from another corner i spoke with

I would have to see the document you are referring to. “Injection by another” does not sound like a cause of death so much as a description of how the injury occurred.

“deferred” also does not sound like a cause of death, unless this is a temporary death certificate and they are awaiting additional tests to put a final cause on it.

Amy Martin, MD

Chief Medical Examiner

I’m going to go out on a limb here and say that is a bogus cause of death. Contact the medical examiner’s office to inquire.
Injection of another” sounds more like an act committed by the deceased rather than a reason he died.
i also have spoke with the embalmer
# 8473
and very interesting conversation but he said ask tmz

so i think only tmz knows the truth lol

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Rachel September 28, 2009 at 3:30 pm

Hi Ms Dimond,
I believe that MJ unfortunately became a victim of his own fame, he never had a normal life even as a child and i think this may have contributed to some of his so-called “eccentricities”, I agree with you that he was unique, a lot of people nowadays don’t want to understand people that are a little different from themselves and are quick to dismiss them as weird. I think it’s a shame. I do not know the reasons for MJ’s addiction, only he knew why, but I will say that I think it’s too easy for people to judge unless they have been there themselves, who knew what pressure he had to put up with? Even though I am a Michael Jackson fan I don’t believe that i hold any responsibility at all because my personal opinion is that he was the best performer ever and that’s not a bad thing, I do think he may have had body dysmorphia and I think that’s sad but his face never bothered me, a person’s worth doesn’t just depend on their face. I just think it’s bad for people to speculate when the poor guy isn’t around to defend himself.

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DianeDimond October 3, 2009 at 3:50 pm

First, I don't beleive this leaked portion of the Jackson autopsy was a "shocking development." It's just another part of the puzzle.

Now what do I say? I say don't jump to any conclusions blameitonkarma. You write …." Every single substance found in his system had been administered by Conrad Murray."

That is NOT what this leaked document said at all, it only dealt with the state of Jackson's body. In past coroner's documents we saw a list of medications found in Michael's system. IT HAS NEVER BEEN DETERMINED HOW THOSE MEDICATIONS GOT IN HIS BODY, EXPECT FOR THE PROPOFOL. Dr. Murray, reportedly, told police he administered it. On Jackson's nightstand were 18 different bottles of pills (they are listed in the return search warrant) It has never been revealed (or maybe even determined yet) how those deadly sedatives entered Jackson's body. Did he take the pills himself from those bottles (they were the same medications found in his system) and then ask Dr. Murray for a propofol "chaser"? Or did Dr. Murray put the sedatives into Jackson's body via an injection – then carelessly added propofol on top of that.

As I say its all part of a puzzle. Never assume you know all the answers.

You also write:
"He was not anorexic."
I agree the early reports, which I posted here in earlier columns, putting his weight at 112 pounds were incorrect. But I maintain 136 pounds is awfully thin for a 50 year old man who stood 5 foot 9. Many doctors agree with that.

One last quote from you:
" And I still can’t fathom the point you were trying to make when you stated, “He had children who didn’t know their mothers”."

That, blameitonkarma, is simply a fact. A very sad one, in my opinion, and one that cannot be disputed.

A final point to all those who write to challenge why I don't post what you write IMMEDIATELY. I am just one person. I maintain this web site by myself. I've also been 3 thousand miles away from my home and family for more than three months. I have a whole life outside this Michael Jackson case. I write a weekly syndicated column, I write lengthy investigative pieces for the DailyBeast.com, I've been working at Entertainment Tonight and the Insider on several cases – from the John Travolta extortion case, the Jaycee Dugard kidnapped child case … to the bizarre story of Randy and Evi Quaid.

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DianeDimond October 3, 2009 at 3:50 pm

First, I don't beleive this leaked portion of the Jackson autopsy was a "shocking development." It's just another part of the puzzle.

Now what do I say? I say don't jump to any conclusions blameitonkarma. You write …." Every single substance found in his system had been administered by Conrad Murray."

That is NOT what this leaked document said at all, it only dealt with the state of Jackson's body. In past coroner's documents we saw a list of medications found in Michael's system. IT HAS NEVER BEEN DETERMINED HOW THOSE MEDICATIONS GOT IN HIS BODY, EXPECT FOR THE PROPOFOL. Dr. Murray, reportedly, told police he administered it. On Jackson's nightstand were 18 different bottles of pills (they are listed in the return search warrant) It has never been revealed (or maybe even determined yet) how those deadly sedatives entered Jackson's body. Did he take the pills himself from those bottles (they were the same medications found in his system) and then ask Dr. Murray for a propofol "chaser"? Or did Dr. Murray put the sedatives into Jackson's body via an injection – then carelessly added propofol on top of that.

As I say its all part of a puzzle. Never assume you know all the answers.

You also write:
"He was not anorexic."
I agree the early reports, which I posted here in earlier columns, putting his weight at 112 pounds were incorrect. But I maintain 136 pounds is awfully thin for a 50 year old man who stood 5 foot 9. Many doctors agree with that.

One last quote from you:
" And I still can’t fathom the point you were trying to make when you stated, “He had children who didn’t know their mothers”."

That, blameitonkarma, is simply a fact. A very sad one, in my opinion, and one that cannot be disputed.

A final point to all those who write to challenge why I don't post what you write IMMEDIATELY. I am just one person. I maintain this web site by myself. I've also been 3 thousand miles away from my home and family for more than three months. I have a whole life outside this Michael Jackson case. I write a weekly syndicated column, I write lengthy investigative pieces for the DailyBeast.com, I've been working at Entertainment Tonight and the Insider on several cases – from the John Travolta extortion case, the Jaycee Dugard kidnapped child case … to the bizarre story of Randy and Evi Quaid.

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Diane October 5, 2009 at 3:46 pm

Web site Reader Ilena from Macedonia writes:

” My name is Ilina,I’m from Macedonia.
The life story of Michael Jackson was very unusual and that’s why people are curious.That curiosity has been used and still is used by everyone who can cash on it. Apparently and Michael Jackson was playing on that card.
He was your product,a product of America,America made him and sold him to the rest of the world and people bought it.I was still very little when he was in his prime(in the 80′s),and at that time I didn’t knew him before the surgery.For those who have followed his entire career it must have been strange to see what he was doing to his face,especially in the mid 80′s when he was changing and his skin colour.That transformation is very,very scary.
Now everybody talks about the doctors who prescribed him painkillers and their responsibility.I agree that they should be faced with their responsibility.Your country has that problem long time and the rest of the modern society also.Troubled people or people who think that are troubled are solving their problems with pills and irresponsible doctors are prescribing them.In my country we have problem with antibiotics that are prescribed without determination of the specific species of the bacteria who is causing trouble.
Michael Jackson was a drug addict and mentally ill man with erratic behaviour.He had constant plastic surgery so where is the responsibility and from the plastic surgeons?My neighbour is plastic surgeon,he says when a person comes for plastic surgery on his/her nose for example,after the surgery that person has to go on consultation with psychologist so that he/she form a habit of the new look.But if the same person comes again and whants to be done something else on his/her body that makes signal of some other problems(internal,not external).M.Jackson’s life in the past 15 years was going downhill very rapidly and you have to be blind to not see that.I think the public was aware and nobody is really surprised that ended the way it did.With the way he led his life it is surprise that lasted so long.So something is not right when the big promoters of those 50 concerts are saying that his health was perfect when even my grandmother can see that he was sick.
I want to say something and on the other aspect of his life,the child molestation cases.Here and I assume everywhere in the world after the 1993 case when the money was given to that family,his reputation was ruined and that was that.I’m wondering how in that 2005 case that was not proven,after years of collecting evidences.That was the time when the other families of the molested boys should have steep in.Why the prosecution calls Debbie Rowe to testify and not Lisa Marie Presley to say something valid about his sexuality…Another thing,whether the photographs taken from his genitals were presented to the jury as evidence along the testimony of that boy in 1993?I don’t know what kind of parents let their kids sleep in the bed with some strange man,the parents should be also judged and is not surprise if anything happened there the kids will judge their parents when they grow up. Now after that kind of trial nobody is really sure what really,really happened.
At the end the conclusion is, of course, that a lot of money and that kind of celebrity(living in abnormal circumstances) wakes the ugly side in the human.
Thanks.

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Judy October 11, 2009 at 9:40 pm

I have admired Michael Jackson since I was a kid, and I remember in the 80′s watching in awe when he won many awards for his Thriller album. When the child molestation charges came out in the 90′s, I didn’t believe them. I had been a victim of sexual abuse as a child; that said, I feel am a suspicious person of many, and I didn’t have the feeling that Michael jackson could be capable of being a pedophile. It is certainly obvious that Michael jackson was a troubled person. But I never got the impression that he was a molester. Even though it is without a doubt creepy that he slept with young boys, I didn’t believe him to be capable of such evil.

I recently finished your book, “Be Careful Who you Love.” I came away second guessing, and feeling very sad that possibly there was truth to the allegations. However, after reading your book, I was curious and began researching the victims and their parents, as well as other people who made claims about MJ’s sexual misconduct. I found that now, after MJ’s death, that Jordie Chandler has recanted his story. He says he lied because his father, Evan Chandler made him do itfor the money.

Is there some kind of follow-up to this recantation that you could do? If this is the truth, that the allegations were lies, then your book deserves some follow-up or aknowlegment of the lies. I came away from your book thinking that prehaps there was truth and Michael jackson really did do those unspeakable acts. I was very upset and felt guilty for idolizing Michael Jackson. I just would like to know the truth. If Michael Jackson didn’t do the things he was accused of, then those with doubt need to know. His children need to know too. After all, I am sure that the whole ordeal contributed significantly to his downfall and addiction to drugs, and ultimately his death.

I am sorry and sad for the horrible things that Michael Jackson had to endure in his life. And I hope Michael Jackson’s children are able to have the childhood that their father never had. Please look further into the recantations, and publicly shed light on them, so that his children know that thier father was not the pedophile monster that people deemed him to be.

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DianeDimond October 12, 2009 at 4:11 am

Judy,
Many people have written to ask about the reported "recantations" of Jordan Chandler and Gavin Arvizo. As I have written here before those reports are false. Almost the day Michael Jackson died those reports popped up on the internet. I traced them back to Jackson fan sites. Further, I checked with sources within both families and neither accuser had recanted one word of their claims that Michael Jackson sexually molested them.
Thanks for reading my book and keeping an open mind. Best, Diane

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Cheryl Gross January 5, 2010 at 7:43 pm

Hey Diane,
I believe it is the supplier who is at fault. Conrad Murray was, I believe influenced by the money or the celebrity of Michael Jackson. I have been a long time admirer of his, and I understand about drug addiction. I had to have 7 teeth pulled(not fun) and I was on so many painkillers that I got addicted, but by the power of God, I was delievered of it. Conrad Murray, in my opinion was not much of a doctor, if he was, he would not have giving Michael the medication, and told MJ that he would not give him anymore until he seeked help. So I blame the doc.

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DianeDimond January 5, 2010 at 7:47 pm

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Denise April 17, 2010 at 8:35 pm

Eventhough I’m a fan of Michael Jackson, I’m angry at him for abrusing himself for so long, and detaching from him family. I always said, Michael life was played out in his career, Off the Wall, Thriller, Bad, Dangerous, Invicible, all these things are him wrapped up in a chizzled image. His talent is remarkable, but the man was terribly disturb. I miss him, and wish all the best for his family. I feel his legacy should be that he was the greatest entertainer that lived!! Artists always seem to be eccentric.

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