Robert’s Conspiracy Corner: The Michael Jackson murder

One of our regular readers, a fellow by the name of Robert, occasionally leaves odd and interesting comments here on the site. Generally speaking, they pertain to either election tampering, or murder. Following is a comment that he left today on the death of Michael Jackson.

Though Dr. Conrad Murray is only being charged with manslaughter (3rd degree murder), there is considerable circumstantial evidence that Michael Jackson’s murder was contracted.

Dr. Conrad Murray’s questionable associations in Las Vegas, his mysterious introduction to Jackson, and his serious personal finance problems all raise flags.

Murray is said to have had among his patients “several unidentified officials in Vegas government.”

One of Murray’s patients said that the doctor had performed angioplasty on Jackson three years ago without ever being guaranteed he would be paid. This is said to be one of the reasons why Jackson uncharacteristically accepted Murray into his inner circle.

From People Magazine:
“Lately it hasn’t just been Jackson fans who have been hounding him. In a period of a month, Murray’s businesses were hit with more than $400,000 in judgments from unpaid bills and child support obligations. It was against this financial backdrop that he accepted a job to be Jackson’s personal physician during his 50 London concerts as part of the This Is It tour, a job that would have reportedly paid Murray $150,000 a month. In a letter sent to many of his patients just 10 days before Jackson’s death, Murray called the job a “once in a lifetime opportunity.”

Some around Jackson had suspicions regarding Murray from the beginning.

Former Michael Jackson Chef Has Suspicions about M.J.’s Relationship with Dr. Conrad Murray

Michael’s sister Latoya claims a group of more recent associates of Michael’s isolated him from his family and friends, and conspired to murder him in order to fully reap for themselves the financial benefits of his fame.

Everything about the Michael Jackson murder appears to fit the profile of what is sometimes referred to by organized crime investigators as a syringe job. Don’t be surprised if Dr. Murray meets with an untimely death himself, most likely a staged suicide I would think.

On any other day, I might have disregarded this comment, but it resonated with me today, as I’d just read a story about Randy Quaid and his wife Evi in which they too talk of Jackson’s murder. Here’s a clip from the Daily Beast:

…Altringer quickly got sucked into the Quaids’ strange world. She says they insisted that a former business manager had taken out a million-dollar life-insurance policy on Randy and had hired “the Mob” to kill both Quaids to collect the payout. It was to be staged to look like a murder/suicide, Evi explained, and Altringer’s job was to help identify the “killers.”

Altringer says she witnessed Evi Quaid self-medicating with Demerol three times a day. “She told me she snorted it in her left nostril so it would go right to her brain to cure her migraines. I saw her do this myself. She also… believed [Michael] Jackson was murdered along with Heath Ledger, Chris Penn, David Carradine, Natasha Richardson, and other stars who (had been) in movies with Randy.”
Altringer says she was instructed by Evi to run a check on several license plate numbers from the funeral of David Carradine. The Quaids were certain the drivers were the “killers.” The plates came back as employees of Forest Lawn Cemetery…

Personally, I think it’s all crazy. No one, except for maybe Paul McCartney, had cause to want Jackson dead. (Jackson owned most of the Beatles catalog.) I’m sure Jackson owed a lot of people a lot of money, but I don’t imagine there’s any scenario where they might be more likely to collect with him dead. If anyone wanted money, or anything else, out of Jackson, their best bet was to keep him alive and touring. I do find this notion compelling, however, that somehow the deaths of Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, Chris Penn, David Carradine, and Natasha Richardson are all related. And that’s why I’m posting this. I know it’s a long shot, but I’m hoping that Evi Quaid might find this post and send me a letter explaining how all of the pieces fit together.

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  1. Cam
    Posted October 2, 2009 at 9:01 am | Permalink

    He sealed his fate when he gave in to the thriller.

    Grizzly ghouls from every tomb
    Are closing in to seal your doom
    And though you fight to stay alive
    Your body starts to shiver
    For no mere mortal can resist
    The evil of the thriller

  2. Ed
    Posted October 2, 2009 at 9:07 am | Permalink

    How in THE HELL does Natasha Richardson make the list? I feel sorry for her.

  3. Robert
    Posted October 2, 2009 at 9:59 am | Permalink

    Randy Quaid and his wife are obviously nuts from all the drug use. There is no reason to believe any of the deaths they mention are connected in any way. I haven’t seen a single detail suggesting it.

    However, Micheal Jackson’s death DOES have all the elements of a contract murder. To say there isn’t motive is ridiculous. The advance ticket sales alone for concerts which never have to be performed now were over $65 million. That’s almost pure profit now. Michael Jackson was in debt over $400 million. The people whom he owed all this money would most likely want to see him alive and paying, but interests whose payoffs would have to be put off until the $400 million in debt was taken care of, would have significant motive for cutting ahead in that line. Some of the interests to which Jackson was indebted would stand to get far more than what they were owed in the event of his death. For many more interests whom Jackson owen nothing he was worth far more dead than alive.

  4. Robert
    Posted October 2, 2009 at 12:14 pm | Permalink

    AEG Live, the promoter of Jackson’s comeback concerts, had bought a $17.6 million policy covering the first 23 shows. As long as the cause of Jackson’s death is ruled the result of the use of prescription drugs, AEG collects the full $17.6 million.

    The company also sold $85 million in advance tickets for the show (not $65 million as I said in my previous comment). They then gave the ticket holders the option of a special souvenir ticket that featured a three-dimensional image of Jackson instead of a full refund. They are not releasing exact numbers but have acknowledged that most ticket holders went for the souvenir offer.

    AEG filmed Jackson’s rehearsals in high-definition video and with a growing interest in his musical legacy; the videos are likely to fetch huge money. “This Is It” a film which is being produced from the rehearsal videos, is already set for release to US theaters at the end of this month. Enough audio was recorded in rehearsals to produce two “live” albums. Sales of official merchandise are through the roof.

    AEG is just one of the many companies and individuals which are reaping millions in profits from Jackson’s death. There is your motive.

    Now, look at Dr. Murray, and at his behavior.

    He lied to police:

    “Murray lied to police and said he was away from Jackson’s side for not more than two minutes. It was only by going through Murray’s phone records that the police discovered he was lying.”

    He had a dark side:

    Differing Sides of Physician Who Tended to Jackson

    INSIDE STORY: The Two Sides of Dr. Conrad Murray,,20295384,00.html

    It also appears that Murray was doing some clean-up 5 hours before he called 9-1-1, possibly suggesting premeditation if the reported time of death is correct.

    Jackson Doc Staffer Ordered to Retrieve Boxes

    The New York Post is even claiming Dr. Murray was prescribing “feel good” drugs to James Brown and his wife, Adrienne, at the time of her untimely death as well. Adrienne, who died at the age of 45 under somewhat mysterious circumstances in 1996, was said to have been experiencing the onset of heart problems.


    Adrienne Brown mourned, after mysterious death following liposuction surgery

  5. Robert
    Posted October 3, 2009 at 9:17 am | Permalink

    “The live-in doctor, who had worked for Jackson for three years, told police that the phone land lines at the $100,000 rented estate had been cut off for security reasons. And he claimed he didn’t want to call from his mobile because he did not know the full address.”

  6. Anonymatt
    Posted October 4, 2009 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

    And Randy Quaid always seemed so normal…

  7. Mr. Shadow
    Posted October 7, 2009 at 10:24 am | Permalink

    It also looks as though, prior to her death, the FBI was investigating Anna Nicole Smith for plotting the murder of her tycoon husband’s son.

    Interesting, isn’t it, that both she and her son should die under unusual circumstances soon afterward.

  8. Chelsea
    Posted October 8, 2009 at 2:30 am | Permalink


  9. Robert
    Posted November 1, 2009 at 4:39 pm | Permalink

    Ha ha ha, Mark. Michael Jackson’s dad came right out and said it himself…

    Joe Jackson: Michael ‘Worth More Dead Than Alive’

  10. Robert
    Posted November 17, 2009 at 12:32 pm | Permalink

    After researching the details, I’m convinced it is more likely than not that James Brown paid Dr. Conrad Murray to overdose his wife, Adrienne Brown.

  11. Robert
    Posted November 23, 2009 at 12:15 pm | Permalink

    “The father of the 13-year-old boy who accused pop legend Michael Jackson of molesting him in the early 1990s was found dead in his Jersey City home earlier this month — an apparent suicide — authorities said today”

    Evan Chandler was found dead on November 5th. However, the news doesn’t appear to have been released until nearly two weeks later.

  12. Meta
    Posted November 23, 2009 at 2:14 pm | Permalink

    I read about it when it happened. Not sure where though.

  13. Robert
    Posted November 23, 2009 at 10:05 pm | Permalink

    It is looking more and more like the guy had good reason to kill himself.

  14. Posted November 23, 2009 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    Yes, I’d think that selling your child to be a sex slave would have mental health implications.

  15. Robert
    Posted December 21, 2009 at 2:31 pm | Permalink

    From the


    Michael Jackson feared someone was trying to kill him shortly before he died.

    The pop superstar was reportedly terrified of being murdered for his money or the music publishing rights he owned, which included his own work and over 200 songs from the Beatles back catalogue. The rights are estimated to be worth over £600 million.

    Jackson family lawyer Brian Oxman said: “He feared somebody wanted to kill him. He was even concerned people would kill him to somehow try to take control of the Beatles back catalogue.”

    Oxman also claims family members believed Michael – who died of a suspected cardiac arrest last Thursday (25.06.09) – was deliberately being kept in a drugged state by people aiming to manipulate him.

    He added: “He appeared to be taking a variety of strong narcotics, and many of those drugs were obtained in the names of his staff and associates.

    “While the people around him insist they were acting in his best interest, the drugs were used to control and manipulate Michael – and the drugs eventually killed him.

    “His family has asked Los Angeles police to investigate. A team has already started probing his finances.”

    Michael’s autopsy did not determine a cause of death but ruled out foul play.

    However a leaked report of the autopsy alleges the 50-year-old star had nothing in his stomach other than drugs.

    Michael is believed to have been taking a cocktail of painkillers, anti-anxiety tablets, anti-depressants and muscle relaxants – including Vicodin, Dialudid, Xanax, Soma, Prilosec, Paxil, Demerol and Zoloft.

    The Jackson family demanded another private autopsy soon afterward, which has allegedly proved no more conclusive.

  16. Tim
    Posted December 21, 2009 at 4:29 pm | Permalink

    And now they’ve killed Britney Murphy to keep her Quiet!

  17. Robert
    Posted December 21, 2009 at 8:33 pm | Permalink


    Posted Jul 27th 2009 2:00AM by TMZ Staff

    Law enforcement sources tell us one of the theories they’re exploring in Michael Jackson’s death is that Dr. Conrad Murray administered Propofol to the singer and then left the room, eventually to return to a dead body.

    Our sources say when paramedics arrived Michael Jackson was found with an IV in his arm, an IV stand nearby along with an empty IV bag and oxygen tank.

    We’re told paramedics who arrived on scene say Dr. Murray’s conduct was “strange” — he was “hard to deal with” and was “getting in the way” of emergency responders.

    As we already reported, paramedics wanted to pronounce Jackson dead at the house but Dr. Murray insisted they transport the singer to the hospital.

    We’re told at the UCLA Medical Center — after doctors gave up on resuscitation efforts because Jackson was clearly dead — Dr. Murray continued CPR, which some of the UCLA docs found curious.

  18. Robert
    Posted December 21, 2009 at 8:52 pm | Permalink


    Written by
    Friday, 18 September 2009 13:08

    Dr Steven Hoefflin, Michael Jackson’s former plastic surgeon, has released a statement in response to the lawsuit being brought against him by Dr. Arnold Klein for defamation of character, claiming it’s part of a larger conspiracy. In addition, has obtained secret documents revealing the behind-the-scenes war between Hoefflin, various lawyers and Klein.

    The documents include nasty email exchanges between Hoefflin and lawyers and also what purports to be a handwritten note from Katherine Jackson authorizing Hoefflin to talk to the press and correct false information. Other documents from Katherine’s people say she never gave that permission.

    There’s even a handwritten note from Michael Jackson in 1999 authorizing Hoefflin to use the pop star’s medical records to dispel misinformation.

    Hoefflin claims to have had his life threatened because “members of law enforcement know that I possess abundant incriminating evidence [regarding the Jackson death] that is going to put a lot of people in prison.”

    In his lengthy statement Hoefflin claims people are colluding, with the police “to use false documents to threaten me, obstruct my independent investigation into Michael’s death and to stop me from providing evidence to the proper authorities.”

    He claims Colin Powell is a friend of his, and that he has called and left messages at the house of the retired General and former Secretary of State, asking him to “engage a congressional investigation into all of the LAPD and Los Angeles Sheriff Department Law Enforcement Corruption in Los Angeles that is taking place in the Michael Jackson and other important investigations that is ruining our city.”

    Hoefflin says that he is an established Government Witness in the Jackson death investigation and that Dr. Arnold Klein and his attorneys are “attempting to prevent me from discussing incriminating evidence that I possess on Dr. Klein.”

    Hoefflin claims that Klein’s lawsuit against him is frivolous and that he expects the Attorney General of California himself, Jerry Brown, to end the lawsuit.

  19. Posted January 6, 2010 at 10:09 pm | Permalink

    Robert, did you see that an official Skull and Bones skull is going to be sold at auction?

  20. Kelty
    Posted January 7, 2010 at 6:37 am | Permalink

    To think that I could actually own something that so many presidents had, in they young lives, masturbated into while yelling Native American gibberish. It would be a truly humbling experience to hold it.

  21. wally
    Posted March 17, 2010 at 6:30 am | Permalink

    I don’t know that it qualifies as a conspiracy, but I hear the girls in new zealand are super horny.

    I am a Volkswagen car dealer.

  22. shawn
    Posted April 4, 2010 at 3:52 am | Permalink

    So, where are we with this? Are we still stringing along BK, or have have our city council members finally come out to support the project?

  23. tramadol
    Posted April 12, 2010 at 10:01 am | Permalink

    I’m wondering what conspiracy theorist types might be thinking about the Polish President’s plane.

  24. Robert
    Posted April 12, 2010 at 6:19 pm | Permalink

    Are you a “conspiracy theorist type” Tramadol? Why are you bringing it up? There’s no chance it was anything other then an accedent is there?

  25. Trauma Donaldson
    Posted April 12, 2010 at 6:46 pm | Permalink

    I’ve yet to see any scientific evidence verifying the claim that Michael Jackson was alive.

  26. Robert
    Posted April 13, 2010 at 7:10 am | Permalink

    Oh Trauma Donaldson, Michael Jackson was alive alright, and thousands of pre-teen boys all across the globe are strewn with the DNA evidence to proving it.

  27. Robert
    Posted April 13, 2010 at 1:34 pm | Permalink

    It’s just a coincidence that an individual in Las Vegas with underworld connections has somehow come into possession of the murder weapon (a syringe) and is now shopping it around for sale at auction. It is being suggested that the item could fetch as much as $5,000,000.

  28. Posted April 13, 2010 at 6:13 pm | Permalink

    Shall we take up a collection, Robert?

  29. Robert
    Posted April 14, 2010 at 10:11 am | Permalink

    I’m not interested in that. But if you want to fly out to Vegas and heist this syringe off this goon, count me in.

  30. Mr Cash
    Posted April 15, 2010 at 1:24 pm | Permalink

    My wife and I are hoping to adopt a baby that was conceived at the moment Michael Jackson died. He was pronounced dead June 25, 2009, 2:26 pm PT at UCLA Medical Center. He probably died somewhat before that. As 40 weeks is how long human babies typically gestate, that would put the birthdate on Thursday, April 1. If you had a baby that day, at around 1:30 PT, I would like to arrange to buy your child. You can reach me at.

  31. Edward
    Posted April 15, 2010 at 3:37 pm | Permalink

    How many babies are you willing to take? I’m told that, in the whole world, 14,400 babies are born ever hour. Even if you could narrow it down to a five minute window, we’d still be talking about 720.

  32. Tealia L Heaps
    Posted June 22, 2010 at 8:43 pm | Permalink

    France captain Patrice Evra claims that coach Raymond Domenech dropped him from the squad for “no valid reason” and denied him the chance to apologise to the French public by reading out the players’ statement himself.

  33. PPT
    Posted November 15, 2010 at 3:29 pm | Permalink

    I believe truly in my heart that Michael Jackson had his brain put into the body of one of his children and then had his body destroyed in order to hide the evidence. There is an evil killer on the loose and it looks like a child. Conrad Murry will be the next to go, as loose ends are tied up.

  34. pozy c
    Posted October 5, 2011 at 8:47 am | Permalink

    Conrad Murray had a stable of hot girlfriends.

  35. drugoon
    Posted February 13, 2012 at 12:20 pm | Permalink

    A lot of the entertainment industry is luck. Sony has just been very very lucky the last few years.

  36. anonymous
    Posted February 13, 2012 at 1:05 pm | Permalink

    As I understand it, they’re making a ton of money now that Whitney Houston has died as well. Her album sales are going through the roof.

  37. Robert
    Posted February 15, 2012 at 7:47 pm | Permalink

    Drugoon and anonymous, I hope you’re not suggesting what it sounds like you might be suggesting. It would be impossible! I can’t explain why, but I just know it would be impossible. And now I am going to impulsively start making fun of you, in an attempt to imply that I am somehow in a superior position intellectually and that presenting an actual argument is beneath me, and not because I am emotionally impulsive and intellectually challenged.

  38. Mr. X
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 10:28 am | Permalink

    We all know that a gravy boat killed Whitney Houston. Please stop all of this conspiracy talk.

  39. anonymous
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 1:57 pm | Permalink


    My computer allows me to see what you look like.

    In case anyone else is interested, here’s a snapshot.

  40. Robert
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 3:55 pm | Permalink

    That’s not me, anonymous. I don’t eat that well.

  41. dragon
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 4:24 pm | Permalink

    I don’t eat that well.

    You’re giving us too many clues.

  42. Elf
    Posted February 16, 2012 at 5:01 pm | Permalink

    I suppose that could be a photo of him when he was young, Dragon, but I have more up to date video of Robert.

  43. justin bieber
    Posted June 12, 2013 at 6:53 pm | Permalink

    And now they’re trying to knock off Paris Jackson.

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