By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c) www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
Who would have dreamed Los Angeles prosecutors who once sent detectives all over the world to investigate charges Michael Jackson was a pedophile would now be fighting to defend the late pop star’s reputation, trying to keep damning evidence against him they once worked so hard to collect…OUT of court?
Yet, in the manslaughter trial of Jackson doctor Conrad Murray in Los Angeles, where a jury pool was selected this week, you won’t hear much about the pop star’s past drug abuse —- or past molestation trials and tribulations from 1993 to 2005, when Jackson was acquitted of sexually abusing a 13 year old former cancer patient.
What you will hear are charges his $150,000 a month doctor allegedly failed to monitor Jackson in his own bedroom, where he died of a drug overdose in 2009 from a powerful anesthetic called Propofol, aka Diprivan, a milky white fluid one anesthesiologist tells me is known to be quietly abused by some medical professionals for its fleeting sexual high. He called the short-acting hypnotic ideal for surgery if given in a hospital setting, but risky without vital sign monitors and a doctor watching them.
From Bald Truth Staff, (c) www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
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As landlord and tenant blame each other for a rat infested rental in Knoxville, Tennessee, investigative producer Art Harris unearths shocking secrets that help tip the scales for some very Swift Justice. Read the rest of this entry »
By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
A grateful father, Jason Jolicoeur, a lead FDLE investigator in the Haleigh Cummings case, and his wife, Shauna, say they want to thank Bald Truth readers — and Nancy Grace and all her viewers— for all the prayers sent out for their 4 year old son, Ayden, who has been fighting inoperable cancer like a champ. In May, a portion of a tumor was removed, but the rest remains.
“Ayden is all the proof we need to know that this is the season of miracles,” says Shauna, speaking by cell phone from the Nemours Children’s clinic in Jacksonville, Fla., where Ayden was receiving chemotherapy Wednesday, a routine that has kept a large spinal tumor in check.
“MRIs show it hasn’t grown, so please let everyone know we thank them–and Ayden thanks them — from the bottom of our hearts. We know prayers work, so please keep ’em coming.” Read the rest of this entry »