MICHAEL JACKSON DRUG DEALER PROBE
Friday July 3rd, 2009
The US Drug Enforcement Agency have been called in to help police determine who was treating Michael Jackson during the run up to his untimely death and how exactly did the ‘King of Pop’ get hold of massive amounts of prescription-only drugs.
The probe could lead to a major trial with anyone who supplied Jackson with a regular cocktail of powerful painkillers, anti depressants and sedatives in the frame. In particular the DEA are looking into the unsupervised use of the lethal medications Propofol/Diprivian a methadone based drug known as ‘milk of amnesia’, which may have triggered the singer’s heart attack. The drug, used to knock people out before surgery, was allegedly found in Jackson’s rented mansion along with Lidocaine, a powerful narcotic used to treat Propofol’s painful side effects.
It appears that Wako Jacko used a number of aliases to acquire the drugs, these included Jack London, Omar Arnold as well as the name of one of his bodyguards and his doctors’ office manager. Apparently when pharmacies were contacted to say that the 50-year-old singer wanted Demerol the prescriptions would be filled out leaving the space for the patient’s name blank.
Jackson’s ex-nurse and doctor are not suspects but anyone else who did write and illegal prescription will face prosecution. The investigation continues.
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