Port Vila, Vanuatu (PressExposure) July 15, 2009 -- Michael Jackson sister, Latoya Jackson, says that her debt ridden brother, Michael Jackson was more valuable dead than alive.
"I feel it was all about money". News of the World quoted her as saying, "Michael was worth well over a billion in music publishing assets and somebody killed him for that".
There was a conspiracy that caused the death of her brother, says Latoya. She is determined to see them brought to justice, even though she is without any shred of proof. She believes Michael's 'enablers' kept him from his family, making him submissive and kept under control through the use of powerful prescription drugs.
Michael Jackson's doctors are disinclined to hand over the medical records. The results of the second toxicology report have not yet been revealed, which adds to the rumours, which now include the possibility of malpractice through an overdose of Diprivan, a general anesthetic.
Cash and jewelry to the value of $2 million, Latoya claims, is missing from Michael Jackson's home.
For a public icon who was approximately $400 million in debt, with unconfirmed stories he had lost his voice and was having great difficulty coping with the upcoming 50 concerts, the real cause of Michael Jacksonâs death swirls with rumours and counter-rumours.
Jackson's dermatologist and supposedly close friend, Dr Arnie Klein, has now spoken out on 'Larry King Live'. He gave details that would seem to breach patient-doctor confidentiality, which still applies even once a patient has died. Klein may have placed himself in a situation where he could face charges of violating federal health privacy laws. An offense that is punishable by law.
Michael Jackson's death appears to involve live-in cardiologists, home IV poles, traveling anesthesiologists and stockpiles of drugs, most doctors would not prescribe. This has created a continuing medical chaos.
With the Jackson family having a long history of arguments over finance one can only speculate where this is all leading to.
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