Most recent news from TMZ.com reveal that Joe Jackson’s lawyer, Brian Oxman, served Murray with legal papers as a prelude to a wrongful death lawsuit in March 2010.
I read the file and made a compound summary of it so it’d be less long to read for everybody. I will update later with a full analysis of the files. Some of the stuff makes a lot of sense (and corresponds exactly to the inconsistencies I pointed out in Murray’s story), and some of it is quite astonishing, and ill-documented. You can read the full file here : http://tmz.vo.llnwd.net/o28/newsdesk/tmz_documents/0622_michael_jackson_Preliminary.pdf
SUMMARY OF OXMAN/JACKSON CLAIMS
Murray gave contradictory versions of times/events leading up to MJ’s death + failure to keep medical records = disregard, negligence.
Alvarez did not state the address of the location to 911, nor identified MJ by name.
Murray conducted CPR on a soft surface (bed).
Murray lied to the LAFD about drugs administered, impairing rescue efforts on MJ.
Prior to treating MJ, Murray was at stripclub, drinking. Concealed purchases of Propofol by not using US DEA tracing number. Bought Propofol at Applied Pharmacy in Las Vegas, shipped them to girlfriend’s house in Santa Monica.
Autopsy documents respiratory bronchitis, anemia, brain swelling, chronic pneumonia. MJ confused, obsessive, disoriented all throughout May and June 2009 + impaired memory, loss of appetite and shivering during rehearsal.
Pulse oximeter, upon investigation, found in adjoining closet.
TIMELINE ACCORDING TO OXMAN/JACKSON FILE
12.21pm : 911 call
12.26pm : paramedics arrive at MJ’s house
12.27pm : paramedics arrive at MJ’s bedside
12.29pm : paramedics beging resuscitation efforts. No pulse, blood pressure, respiration or oxygen saturation reading, heart in pulseless electrical activity (PEA), no contractions
12.34pm : Heart in asystole. Paramedics administer cardiac stimulation drugs.
12.50pm : paramedics contact UCLA Med Center, describe absence of life signs. Dr. Richelle Cooper tells them to consider terminating effforts. Murray states he is responsible for further efforts.
13.07pm : paramedics place MJ in ambulance, attempt resuscitation. No success.
13.15pm : paramedics bring MJ into Emergency Room.
Presence of Murray. Murray identifies MJ as “Soule Shaune”. Does not provide medical history.
MJ’s breathing assisted by bagging with oxygen ; fixed, dilated pupils, no alert, no response to pain. Murray tells Dr. Cooper he felt a pulse upon discovery. Gave Lorazepam, Diazepam, Flomax. No mention of Propofol or Flumanezil.
DR. RICHELLE COOPER’S REPORT ACCORDING TO OXMAN/JACKSON FILE – June 26th 2009
Upon Murray’s statements, patient had been working long hours. Not ill, no trauma or seizure activity preceding arrest. Reported meds are valium and flumax. No history of drug use indicated. Murray placed IV & administered Lorazepam (2mg) then another dose, reported witnessing the arrest.
MURRAY’S DOCTORING POINTED OUT BY OXMAN/JACKSON :
June 27th : Murray stated to police he was afraid MJ was addicted to Propofol, after long history of drug addiction. Tried weaning him off.
History of prescriptions from Murray to MJ date from 2008. Dozens of vials seized by the police, including Temazepam.
April 28th : Lorazepam prescribed.
May 14th : Lidocaine prescribed.
HOSPITAL TIMELINE ACCORDING TO OXMAN/JACKSON FILE
13.21pm : nurses at hospital detect weak femoral pulse
13.22pm : MJ shows cardiac activity
13.33pm : MJ shows weak ventricular rhythm. MJ intubated with endotrachial tube, good breath signs.
14.05pm : insertion of intra-aortic balloon pump to attempt resuscitation. No spontaneous pulse regained.
14.26pm : MJ pronounced dead.
POLICE INVESTIGATION+MURRAY’S STATEMENTS TO POLICE ACCORDING TO OXMAN/JACKSON FILE
June 25th : Murray met with police at UCLA Med Center – did not disclose Propofol administration.
June 26th : police searched Carolwood mansion. Seized 8 bottles of Propofol. Later, another 3 + medication at his bedside (Clonazepam, Benoquin, Flomax, Temazepam, etc.) + marijuana + glaucoma solution + antifungal drug + anti-inflammatory (for skin) drug (prescribed by other doctors).
June 27th : Murray tells police he “gave MJ 50mg of Propofol diluted with Lidocaine by IV drip each night for 6 weeks, to treat insomnia. Tried weaning him off by giving him since June 22nd, 25 mg of Propofol w/ Lorazepam + Midazolam. On June 23rd, says he gave Lorazepam + Midazolam, no Propofol. On June 25th, arrived at Carolwood at 1.am. MJ had been rehearsing till after midnight at Staples Center. MJ complained of dehydration, not feeling well, not being able to sleep. At 1.30am, attempted to induce sleep by giving Valium. At 2am, gave 2mg of Lorazepam after dilution. At 3am, gave Midazolam after dilution. At 5am, MJ could not sleep. Murray gave him 2mg of Lorazepam after dilution. Mj awake for the next 2 and a half hours. At 7.30am, Murray gave 2mg of Midazolam after dilution and remained at bedside, monitoring him with a pulse oximeter.
Claims he gave at 10.40 am 25mg of Propofol through IV and MJ went to sleep. At 10.50am, Murray left MJ’s bedside to go to restroom. Returned at 10.52 am, MJ not breathing. Tried CPR. Gave 0.2 mg of Flumanezil, no effect on Propofol. Called Michael Amir Williams, security guard. No response from Williams, did not come to aid. Went to the kitchen, asks chef Kai Chaise to send Prince Jackson. Proceeds to CPR on bed. Prince Jackson summoned security guard Alvarez who came to aid. Called 911 with his cellphone.”
Murray changed story. Said he “found MJ at 12.am, not 11am. Found MJ not breathing while talking to girlfriend on phone at 12.04pm, after being on the phone from 11.18am to 12.05pm.”
ALBERTO ALVAREZ STATEMENT TO POLICE ACCORDING TO OXMAN/JACKSON FILE
Alavarez told police he was asked to hide Propofol bottles in bag. Murray stopped CPR and cleaned up the room. Placed unused oximeter wires on MJ’s fingers. Asked Alvarez to call 911 only after he was finished cleaning up.