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Did Michael Jackson Commit Suicide?

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Could the real cause of Michael Jackson’s death be a pharmaceutical cocktail spiked with a little heroin?

That is the latest word coming from a confidential source close to the situation. This source is saying that there were multiple Rx drugs in his system and an illegal drug. The source is hinting that the drug may have been heroin. The DEA is involved in looking for needles and other drug paraphernalia in his home. Why is the DEA involved? Because Michael might have been using aliases to get medication from different sources. He may have used Jack London and Omar Arnold as his fake names.

There is also talk of a cover up by the family. They don’t want people to know about the alleged fresh needle marks on the inner part of his right arm. Nor do they want people to know he allegedly combined red wine and pills the day of his death. All of this contributed to the enlarged liver and kidneys that wracked his system.

This also may explain the 50 minutes it took his people to call emergency services on the day of his death. The doctor may have been pounding on his chest while his “people” got rid of everything suspicious in nature.

I don’t know if Michael Jackson committed suicide or not, but the situation is looking sketchier and sketchier every day.

All will be revealed in the autopsy report which will be released in a month or so.

Related:

Michael Jackson’s Death Being Investigated

Michael Jackson Rushed To Hospital

Mark Lester Is “There” For Michael’s Kids

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