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The Hospital Journey

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The 911 Call

The 911 Call Dispatcher: Fire Paramedic 33, what is the emergency? Caller: Yes, sir. I need to, I need an ambulance as soon as possible sir Dispatcher: OK sir, what’s your address? Caller: 100 North Carolwood Drive., Los Angeles, California. 90077.” Dispatcher: Carolwood? Caller: Carolwood Drive. Yes. Dispatcher: OK sir, what is the phone number you are calling from sir and what actually happened? Caller: We have a gentleman here that needs help and he’s not breathing. He’s not breathing and we need, we’re trying to pump him but he’s not, he’s not. Dispatcher: OK, OK. How old is he? Caller: He’s 50 years old sir. Dispatcher: OK. He’s unconscious. He’s not breathing? Caller: Yes. He’s not breathing sir. Dispatcher: And he’s not conscious either. Caller: No, he’s not conscious sir. Dispatcher: OK. Alright, is he on the floor? Where is he at right now? Caller: He’s on the bed sir. Dispatcher: OK let’s get him on the floor. OK Let’s get him down to the floor. I’m going to help you with CPR right now, OK? Caller: We need. Dispatcher: We’re on our way. I’m going to do all I can to help you over the phone. We’re already on our way. Did anybody see him? Caller: Yes, we have a personal doctor here with him, sir. Dispatcher: Oh, you have a doctor there? Caller: But he’s not responding to anything, he’s not responding to CPR or anything. Dispatcher: Oh, OK. We’re on our way there. If your guys are doing CPR as instructed by a doctor, there’s a higher authority than me. They are on scene. Did anybody witness what happened? Caller: No. Just the doctor sir. The doctor has been the only one here. Dispatcher: OK, Did the doctor see what happened sir? Caller: Doctor did you see what happened sir? Doctor: (Unintelligible) Caller: Sort of. You just, if you can please. Dispatcher: We are on our way. I’m passing these questions to the paramedics while they’re on the way there. Caller: He’s pumping, he’s pumping the chest but he’s not responding to anything, please. Dispatcher: OK, OK we are on our way. We’re less than a mile away. We’ll be there shortly. Caller: Thank you sir. Dispatcher: OK sir. Call us back if you need anything. Caller: Yes sir.
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210Thu Jan 17, 2013 10:08 pm
cangliang Hermes Constance Bags
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The Ambulance leaving the home

The Ambulance leaving the home
Why not discuss the world's worst Ambulance Driver?!?! The time it took fo r the ambulance to leave the home raised some eyebrows, but what was the initial reason behind all this?
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434Wed May 23, 2012 10:14 am
Selena_S new video released of michael in amubulance
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Helicopter Transportation

Helicopter TransportationA crucial piece of footage that raised my first suspicions regarding Michael Jackson's alleged death, the Helicopter video! In this part of the forum, you can discuss why there were two different helicopters, (N950DG and N950SB), whether it was merely camera angles that created the illusion of his body sitting up AND MORE!
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211Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:56 pm
Inhalib MJ in the helicopter
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The Coroner

The CoronerDiscuss all of the inconsistencies that when combined, crafted one of the biggest, mysterious and in places, mythical occurrences in the death hoax. The Coroners!
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15Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:23 pm
BehindTheMask Coroners van
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Murray's Timeline

Murray's TimelineWHAT IS YOUR OPINION ON THIS MATTER? PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TRY AND CRACK MURRAY'S SUSPICIOUS CLAIMS!!!! Michael Jackson's personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray has changed his story of events surrounding the death of the late 'King of Pop'. Dr. Conrad Murray has changed his story of events surrounding the death of Michael Jackson. The physician - who has pleaded not guilty to the involuntary manslaughter of the pop star - has claimed he made "a mistake" during his first interview with the Los Angeles Police Department and admitted he was wrong about what happened following the death of the late 'Thriller' singer. His lawyer Michael Flanagan said: "Dr. Murray's timeline of events that day when Michael Jackson died is wrong. Doctors make mistakes, and that is what he did, and it was simply just that, a mistake." In Murray's initial interview with police, he claimed he gave Michael the powerful sedative Propofol at 10.50am, left the house for a couple of minutes to visit the toilet, and returned to find Michael unconscious. After trying to revive Michael with CPR, Murray left it over an hour to call emergency services at 12.21pm - during which time he telephoned another patient of his, Bob Russell, to discuss the results of a heart scan. However, according to Flanagan, Murray has admitted he made a mistake about the sequence of events, and is keen to rectify this before he is in court. Murray's timeline of events are expected to be the basis of his upcoming court case, and these changes are significant to both prosecution and defence. Michael died on June 25 from an acute Propofol intoxication. Although the changes made to Murray's account of events have not been revealed, it is being speculated he will admit he didn't check on Michael two minutes after giving him the medication as previously claimed. Website Radar Online said: "If Murray did administer Propofol to Jackson at 10:50 am as he initially told police, it would be natural for cops to assume he did not come back and check on Jackson until several minutes after mid-day, when he rushed off the phone to go to Jackson's aide. That would mean he most likely left Jackson alone for approximately 73 minutes - not two minutes as he claimed - after administering Propofol, which would be extremely damaging to his defence. "Murray's calm phone call to a patient at 11:54 am would fit a police theory that he did not check on Jackson after administering Propofol."
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17Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:32 am
achillesara CHANGE OF PLAN: PLAN B
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