Did anyone hear about that.... His doctor was giving him sleeping and I guess other kinds of powerfull drugs all thru the night....one right after another...even into the next morning.... then gave him that shot that shouldnt even be administered outside a hospital.
I hope they can pin murder charges on him....manslaughter ....he probably woudnt do 6 months in jail.
I say we start a legal defense fund for him.
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Originally Posted by corny
What's for dinner?
Maybe he was just trying to drug him up so that he could molest him.
From what I read on the news this so called doctor kept giving wacko different drugs as the night and next morning wore on..... Something wouldnt work so he would top it off with something else..... and that last drug that probably killed michael was something that isnt supposed to be administered outside of a hospital.
While folks might not have a high opinion of MJ...this doctor needs to be punished....he needs his license revoked and he needs to do some hard time.
Of course I believe that all celebrity doctors are this way... they get paid to keep those folks goofed up no matter how unethical it is.....all for that all mighty dollar and the prestige of being so and sos doctor...
But maybe if they hang one of them...the rest might learn a lesson...
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They used propofol or Diprivan, which is a VERY powerful anesthetic. It is typically used ONLY by licensed anesthesiologists and only in a definitive care hospital--not your typical Doc-in-the-Box clinic, much less a private residence. This stuff is instant lights out and suppresses your respirations. The anesthesiologist has to titrate his dose very carefully when doing procedures such as colonoscopy or endoscopy where he's trying not to intubate you (breathing tube). The effects wear off fairly quickly so it can be used for outpatients but with restraints. The half life of the drug ranges from 2-24 hrs. meaning every interval, the blood levels are reduced by half. Well, some folks take longer for it to clear meaning their blood levels remain high. leftovers1
For ex. my wife just had a colonoscopy this Thurs am. awoke 20 min. post-procedure though still groggy. Went home and rested. Friday pm, took a Percocet for return of belly pain and was STONED! Understand, she can take Dilaudid and still walk around (10x more powerful than morphine). After her falling all through the night staggering to the bathroom, she became lucid enough to remember she took the Percocet (against my orders). You see, 70% of the propofol clears in the first hour but the remaining 30% usually takes about 5 days to clear! Her speech is still a little garbled though she can walk fine now and no longer suffers from short term memory. It is this short term memory loss that caused her to take the Percocet now remembering my warning about the anesthetic still in her system. beat22
The medical literature with this drug does a very poor job of warning about concommitant side effects and for how long. I'm betting there will be a side lawsuit against the drug mfr. for "Failure to Warn". The doctor should NEVER have used this drug outside a hospital. Heck, the docs in the ICU my wife works in won't use it but call anesthesia instead. There are plenty of better drugs out there for insomnia and much safer. Now, another interesting question is were there any other drugs in MJ that had him so wired he needed a downer to sleep? Same old cycle. limb1
If you have a patient that messed up, they need to be in a hospital--not a private residence with the Lone Ranger. I think this doc let it go to his head and refused to let anyone else treat MJ, which just built his self importance. Now a man is dead, his life and career are ruined and we'll spend millions to try this moron and create another OJ circus on the news. ban1
I wonder since they called it "homocide" instead of "manslaughter" that denotes intention to kill rather than accidental. Hmm. I wonder what evidence they have to that effect.pop22
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I think the ME designation of "homicide" means that he believes that the death was the result of an action by another person, rather than by accident or natural cause.
The next decision is whether the charge would be murder or manslaughter, depending on the finding of fact.
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Originally Posted by corny
It just pi$$es me off that it took the physician assisted death of a freak like Jacko to make something like this happen.
this stuff is used everyday by oral surgeons pulling quad wisdom teeth in teenagers, truth is this doc dropped the ball and left the patient unattended. I dont think he was licensed to practice in Ca., just TX. & NV. He's up $hit creek, since the jackson clan will get thier teeth in his insurance comapany and wont let go till the little piggy squeals.
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