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.
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.