As more information continue to emerge as of what killed the King of Pop, fans of Michael Jackson from all around the globe are still in disbelieve, of the singer sudden death at the tender age of 50.
For now the only piece of evidence that can provide the latest information on the star death is a chilling 911 call that was taken at the scene that police officials have released.
On June 25th at 12:21 p.m. (L.A time) an emergency call was made from Jackson’s home in California, two hours before the singer was pronounced dead at a local hospital.
Even though the identity of the caller has not been revealed, the caller mentioned that Jackson was not breathing, unconscious and not responding to CPR. The caller also stated that the only witness who was alone with Jackson at the time of his death was his doctor, Dr. Conrad Murray. According to different reports, Murray, 51, who is licensed in Texas, Nevada and California, was the one who asked paramedics personal to continue to perform CPR on Jackson, even though the King of Pop was already death.
“For Michael to be taken away from us so suddenly at such a young age, I just don’t have the words, he was the consummate entertainer and his contributions and legacy will be felt upon the world forever. I’ve lost my little brother today, and part of my soul has gone with him,” said Quincy Jones.
Results of Jackson’s autopsy body are expected later today, June 27.
Meanwhile according to the London Sun newspaper, Jackson may have accidentally overdosed on the powerful painkiller Demerol, a drug that can be compared to Morphine.
As of press time, no funeral arrangements have been made for the King of Pop.
To be continue…
Written by Valerie V.