During Conrad Murray’s trial, on day seven, the prosecutor David Walgren showed some of Murray’s medical documents to the jury and to the world. These documents are about MJ’s children who had colds in different periods of time and how Murray had treated them; there are also documents about Michael himself.
If you have not watched this part of the trial or if you have forgotten it, you can now review it. Watch these videos at the indicated sequences:
The first video: from 13:46 to 13:59, from 15:23 to15:35, from 21:10 to 35:34
The second video: from 01:19 to 02:43, from 03:22 to 03:53, from 04:55 to 06:24, from 07:23 to 07:56
By showing these documents, David Walgren wanted to demonstrate to the jury that Murray was capable of documenting the patient’s history, his diseases, the treatment and the medications he received from the doctor. The same Murray denied having any kind of documentation two months before Jackson’s passing while he “treated” him with some very dangerous medications. In this way, the prosecutor showed how Murray had deliberately avoided keeping any patient history on MJ during those 2 months.
Besides this, another fact just pops up too: some of these dates could not be correct because Michael was not even in the US. Did the prosecutor know that? If he did why he did not say it? Perhaps because the trial covered only the 2 months before MJ’s passing?
The two documents relating to 2006 could not be accurate because Michael and his family were living either in Bahrain or Europe at that time. Jackson came back to US on December 23, 2006. Just check MJ’s timeline and then look at these documents fabricated by Murray:
In 2007, 4 documents were shown dated: January 17th, February 10th, March (no specific day has mentioned on the records), and April 12th. These are probably genuine as MJ and his family lived at Las Vegas during these months. The illnesses are mostly cough, chills, cold, etc. But the last document is about a Paul Farance (apparently, this Paul Farance =“him” = MJ) has a questionable date.
MJ timeline tells us that he and his family spent the autumn at New Jersey and went back to Las Vegas on December 9.
There is another medical meeting with Murray at the beginning of 2008 (February 2, cough, chills, cold symptoms). After that there is no sign of Murray until September 26, 2008 when for the first time we see the word Insomnia on a document.
Let us stay in 2006 and 2007 and ask this question: Why would Murray forge medical documents for these two years? The answer is obvious. He wanted to help AEG Live to get cancellation insurance from the insurance company Lloyds.
On June 24 and 25 several emails were exchanged between Bob Taylor and Murray about MJ’s health. Lloyds had wanted 5 years of MJ’s medical history. Murray had to fulfill this by showing medical records (even forged ones) to say that he had been MJ’s doctor for at least 3 or 4 years.
In the answer Murray sent to Bob Taylor we read: … I spoke with Mr. Jackson and requested his authorization for release of his medical records in order to assist you to procure a cancellation insurance policy for his show, however, authorization was denied. I therefore suggest that someone from AEG should consult kindly with mr. Jackson as to it’s relevance for he is of the opinion that such a policy is already secured in the US. …
The interaction between Murray and AEG Live is obvious however Michael did not approved it because he refused to get Murray authorization.
To complete this information, let us remember Katty Jorrie, one of AEG Live’s lawyers who testified on day 2 of CM’s trial. She said that she talked to Murray on June 23 and explained that Taylor wanted 5 years medical history. From her testimony, we also found out that she had finalised a contract for officially hiring Murray.
The deal between Murray and AEG Live was probably something like “Conrad! you fix Taylor and we give you your contract and your $15K/month!”
Bob Taylor email on June 25:
Murray’s answer on June 25:
Let us look at two more dates and then go back to September 2008.
On these dates Murray sent his two first orders to Seacoast; on March 25th, Murray ordered the Safsite IV tubing and on April 6th, he sent his first Propofol order:
10-100 ml bottles of propofol
25-20 ml bottles of propofol
9-1 L bags normal saline
10-30g tubes of benoquin
Out of this order he removed several bottles of propofol in his Las Vegas office and requested the rest be shipped to Santa Monica. (Source )
Two days before on April 4, 2009, Michael went to Las Vegas where he met Kenny Ortega and they both attended the show “Le Reve” with Michael’s children (check MJ Timeline )
In his statement to the police on June 27, 2009, Murray talked about this day (April 4, 2009) in Las Vegas (pages 48-60). He did not give the exact date. According to Murray, Michael called him 2 or 3 times on that day and told him that he was in Las Vegas with his kids for a show; then he talked about insomnia and Propofol. Murray answered that he did not have this medication, that doctors need to order it and that he could not “help” him. Then Jackson mentioned Doctor Adams and asked Murray to talk to him, to work out with him an understanding because MJ wanted both of them with him in UK.
As we know, Murray never let Dr. Adams get close to Michael. He was afraid to lose his juicy salary. What did he do? He ordered gallons of Propofol to show to MJ that Dr. Adams was not needed.
The point in all of this is: Michael never asked him to order any Propofol (nor other drugs). Murray did it himself. MJ asked only for Doctor Adams to come in.
Let us now look back at year 2008 again. We saw earlier that for more than 6 months in 2008, there was no sign of Conrad Murray. But on September 26, 2008, there was a medical meeting with him, where MJ complained about his insomnia.
There was a reason behind Michael’s insomnia; this reason was the team Barrack-Tohme Thome.
The timeline reminds us about these nasty events:
- June 3:
Michael has dinner with Thomas Barrack Jr, chairman and CEO of Colony Capital LLC, in the Las Vegas Hilton’s Verona Sky Villa.
Michael hires Dr Thome Thome as his new manager and president of MJJ Productions. As a result of a financial reorganization of the Neverland Valley Ranch, all of Michael’s personal belongings have to be removed from the property. Dr Tohme R Tohme contacts Darren Julien of Julien’s Auction House.
- August 07:
Michael’s manager Dr Tohme signs an agreement with Julien’s Auction House on behalf of Michael in order to remove all his personal belongings from Neverland while simultaneously arranging for an auction of certain selected items that were no longer desired by Michael.
- August 29:
Michael celebrates his 50th birthday with Prince, Paris & Blanket in Las Vegas.
Colony Capital reaches out to AEG Live to discuss a possible new tour for Michael.
- October 31:
Michael meets with Dr Tohme & Randy Phillips at the Bel Air Hotel to talk about the AEG deal.
Grace & the kids are also present.
Tom Barrack & Dr Tohme Tohme convince Michael to accept a concert deal and they contact Randy Phillips from AEG Live in order to start negotiations.
We remember the conversation between June Gatlin and Jackson in 2008:
- September 23:
During a phone conversation with friend and spiritual advisor June Gatlin, Michael confides his fears about his new manager Dr Tohme.
After only 3 months “managing”, Tohme had turned Michael’s life to a nightmare.
We do remember what Michael said to June Gatlin and asked her to tape their conversation. Here it is about this conversation (copied from here ):
JacksonTapes Put Manager Dr.Tohme Tohme In The Spotlight
MICHAEL JACKSON’s former spiritual advisor has come forward with new taped conversations in which the King of Pop revealed he was terrified of his chief aide, Dr. Tohme Tohme.
The mysterious Tohme appeared to be in charge ofJackson’s affairs in recent years and is believed to be the mastermind behind the late pop superstar’s ill-fated comeback shows inLondon.
But Jacko’s spiritual guru June Gatlin has now revealed her client was scared of his manager – and he agreed to be taped talking about his relationship with Tohme.
Gatlin says, “He was afraid of who this man is, afraid of whatever this man may be capable of doing… He had taken over Michael’s complete life.”
The advisor has handed over the tapes she recorded of phone conversations withJacksonin September 2008 to NBC News inAmerica.
On the tapes, the King of Pop can be heard telling Gatlin, “This guy, he just… has ways about him… There’s a divide between me and my representatives and I don’t talk to my lawyer, my accountant. I talk to him and he talks to them.
“I don’t like it. I wanna get somebody in there with him that I know and can trust. I don’t know what’s in my accounts.”
Gatlin advised Jackson to investigate his manager.
She tells NBC, “Michael said, ‘He’s (Tohme) mean, he’s trying to keep me and separate me from everybody and everything that I love.”
Jacksonsevered ties with Tohme in May (09) after learning his manager had threatened the boss of a California auction house over memorabilia items that were set to go under the hammer.
After rehiring svengali Frank DiLeo to look after his affairs, Jacksonsent a letter to all business associates, in which he insisted, “Dr. Tohme Tohme is no longer authorized to represent me.”
But, Tohme spoke on behalf of Jackson hours after he died and conducted an interview with NBC two weeks after the tragedy in June (09), when he stated, “I’m still in charge of Michael Jackson’s business until otherwise I am informed not to do so (sic).”
As we saw earlier, Michael met Thomas Barrack on June 3, 2008 and a month later, he hired Tohme as his manager. One wonders if it was Barrack who pushed Jackson to hire Tohme and not the opposite as we have always heard; we have heard that Tohme introduced Barrack to Michael.