Port Vila, Vanuatu (PressExposure) July 02, 2009 -- Michael Jackson's life was full of controversy, so too his death is clouded by mystery with many unanswered questions.
Eighty year old Joe Jackson, Michaelâs father, who used to beat his sons if they sang off key, is adamant that his son's death was 'foul play'.
Details leaked from the first autopsy reveal the King of Pop was bald headed, weighed a mere 112 pounds and appeared to have been barely eating one meal a day and hardly sleeping.
Being injected three times a day into hips, arms and thighs, with narcotic painkillers has fueled rumours that the star was longer able to sing and would have used the state of the art lip synching technology at O2 Arena in London. This would have meant that Jackson's personal contribution at each of the upcoming concerts would have been just 13 minutes. Yet other say that Jackson performed a full rehearsal in front of some 50 performers, technicians, and businessmen in the Staples Centre arena in Los Angeles, without even taking a break, the night before he died, as he made preparation for his London trip.
It had been expected that Jackson was ready to head to London on the day of his death, in preparation for what he had originally agreed to as being 10 concerts. This his enablers had manipulated into 50.
Some reports claim the singer was in much too weak a state to even consider the journey. A source inside the Jackson camp is reported to have said, "He has no choice. He needs the money. His people are pushing him hard". The first of the London concerts had already been postponed for five days.
Other reports reveal that the singer's $600 million stake in Sony/ATV Music Publishing company, which has the copyright to all the Beatle's songs, had conditions in the fine print which will protect his share from his creditors. The sale of Jackson's share would then go to his three children, ensuring they would be financial secure for the rest of their lives.
Some claim that Sony is now in a position to take over the total control of Jackson's half share of the copyrights to The Beatle catalogue, as Jackson was deeply in debt to Sony for hundreds of millions of dollars. Sony is reported to have been paying all of Jacksonâs expenses.
There are reports that Jackson has given his children an inheritance of 200 original unpublished songs. Jackson wrote all the songs for the family, in the early part of his career. Some say that Jackson's estate will make more money in the next year, than the iconic star made in the last decade of his life.
Rumours continue to circulate, of a huge debt that had pushed the star to the very edge of bankruptcy. Some say his pill pushing 'enablers' had connections to the black militant organization, the Nation of Islam, through the children's nanny, Grace Rwaramba. They say that Jackson had lost control over his own life and had expressed the desire that he would be better off dead.
One theory is that Jackson was dead long before he left his rented mansion and that the 911 call for an ambulance was deferred for 50 minutes. Whatever the truth is about Michael Jackson, no one will ever deny that the iconic singer died a lonely and deeply troubled man, even while people around the world perform elaborate tributes of mourning to the star.
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