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Was Michael Jackson dead hours before the 911 call ?
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This might be the most overlooked piece of information in the death of Michael Jackson. The chef for Michael Jackson has written a blog post on Larry King's blog detailing the timeline of Michael Jackson's death and includes some very interesting information.
The day of Mr. Jackson’s death, I didn’t see him. But his room was upstairs, so that wasn’t unusual. Dr. Conrad Murray had been coming over daily since I returned to the Jackson house in the beginning of June. He would normally arrive around 9 a.m. and leave shortly after lunch. I didn’t really know him well, but everyone in the house was friendly with each other, and he was no exception.
Dr. Murray usually came down to the kitchen around 10 a.m. to get Mr. Jackson something to eat or drink, but on June 25th he didn’t come downstairs. Again, this didn’t strike me as that unusual — I thought maybe Mr. Jackson’s rehearsal time had been pushed back and he was sleeping late.
Chase said Tuesday that she had gotten used to seeing Murray coming and going from the mansion. The doctor usually arrived about 9 or 9:30 p.m. and would go upstairs to Jackson's room, and she said she would not see him again before she left—sometimes late in the evening—but understood he was staying the night.
I'm guessing the 9AM in the Larry King blog post is a typo and is supposed to be 9PM. Jackson was taking Propofol to sleep. The only reason I could think of for Dr. Murray to arrive at 9AM in the morning would be to wake Jackson but to have him using Propofol for the entire night completely unsupervised seems extremely dangerous. It's one thing to not have safety equipment but to leave Jackson completely alone is criminally negligent.
Now this is pretty big and very important regarding the timeline for when Dr. Murray may have known Michael Jackson was already under cardiac arrest or dead. According to TMZ two of Murray's employees were at the storage facility picking up documents at around 9:22 AM Los Angeles time.
I now have two theories for the timeline.
Dr. Conrad Murray overslept past 10AM and Michael Jackson was already dead when he woke up. This happened around 12 Noon, he panicked, called for Michael Jackson's son Prince and started to administer CPR to try and revive Jackson. He calls 911 at 12:22 and he really is telling the truth when he told police investigators that he found Michael Jackson 20-30 Minutes before he called 911.
Dr. Conrad Murray woke up on time as usual somewhere around 9AM. He finds Michael Jackson already dead and knows he is in deep, deep, trouble. He calls his employees shortly thereafter and orders them to go to the storage facility and pick up all the documents related to Jackson. He doesn't come downstairs to pick up breakfast because he has more important things to do like covering his own ass. Finally he decides he cannot wait any longer and must stage a scene to make himself look good. He runs downstairs around 12PM and calls for Michael Jackson's son so he can be a witness that he tried to save Jackson and there was nothing he could do. He doesn't call 911 for another 20-30 minutes that way the body temperature of Michael Jackson won't look as suspicious. He overrules the paramedics declaring the time of death to help him in this goal.
Both theories make him look pretty bad but theory #2 is much more damaging. Quite frankly I don't know which one is more likely and Murray's employees picking up documents at the storage facility might be completely coincidental. Until we get the coroners report which has now been pushed back another week I don't think we can truly have any idea of the time of death.
I believe the delay in the search warrant of Dr. Conrad Murray's home may have caused a delay in the coroner's report and that the Los Angeles District Attorney's office originally had wanted to release the report this week to come at the same time with criminal charges and an arrest. Apparently from the discussions of lawyers on news channels, this wouldn't be very unusual and is probably a smart move. However, the delay may also mean that they do not have enough evidence to arrest him and they are pushing it back to try and build up more evidence to charge Dr. Murray criminally. We must consider all posibilities.