Police Not Ruling Anything Out, Including Homicide, In Jackson Death

July 10, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – Investigators looking into the death of Michael Jackson have said that they are not ruling anything out, including homicide.

The King of Pop’s reported use of prescription painkillers, including the powerful anesthetic Propofol, is the most likely cause, and the DEA is helping police look into Jackson’s records to see just how long he had been taking narcotics, as well as how much.

That help, added to the medical examiner’s report, will hopefully give the final cause of death.

“Based on those we’ll have an idea of what we’re dealing with. Are we dealing with homicide? Are we dealing with an accidental overdose? What are we dealing with?” police chief William Bratton was quoted in the Times Online.

But the singer’s father has a much more sinister theory.

“I do believe it was foul play. I do believe that. Yes,” Joe Jackson said in a statement to the press.

Whatever the cause, grieving family, friends, and fans will have a while longer to wait for closure.


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