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Demerol reference for Michael Jackson is completely incorrect!

by Susanne

Dear owners of the homepage, in your introductory you mention a rumor about Demerol and Michael Jackson. This is completely wrong information, as Demerol had nothing to do with Mr. Jackson's death. It was not found in his system by the coroner according to the official autopsy report.

Mr. Jackson once had a Demerol addiction in the 90ies when he needed surgeries
for his head burnings and needed pain medication for it, but he was clean of it
in the years before he died. Please read the autopsy report. Mr. Jackson died
of Propofol intoxication.

You should delete this information and change your introductory as it is no
accurate information.

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Thank you for the correction
by: Debbie Wicker

Thanks for the correction and the page in question has been changed. It was prefaced as a rumor but I agree now that the autopsy has been released we should assume the rumors were wrong.

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