The FBI has released more than 300 pages of documents collected on late pop icon Michael Jackson. The formerly classified files include information related to the Michael Jackson child molestation cases in 1993 and 2004 and details about an investigation made into death threats made against Jackson by crazed stalker Frank Paul Jones.
Over half of the information collected by the FBI relating to Michael Jackson will remain secret for now, however, despite a request for a full release of all files under the US Freedom of Information Act by various media outlets.
The FBI Michael Jackson files include documents related to both of the Michael Jackson child molestation trials. The FBI reportedly assigned agents to assist prosecutors in investigating the charges against Jackson in 2004. He was later found not guilty. Notes on the 1993 molestation investigation were also found in the Michael Jackson FBI file.
The FBI documents also detail bizarre death threats against Michael Jackson from a man who was reportedly obsessed with the singer’s sister, Janet Jackson – whom he claimed was his wife. The man, identified as Frank Paul Jones (AKA Frank Paul Gambino) reportedly threatened to kill Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, George W. Bush and fans at a Michael Jackson concert at various points.
In an interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts, Janet Jackson says she believes Dr. Conrad Murray was responsible for her brother’s death. Murray worked as Michael Jackson‘s personal physician and has admitted to giving propofol to the late pop icon, but denies responsibility for his death. Jackson died from acute propofol intoxication, according to the L. A. Coroner’s Office.
“He was the one that was administering,” Janet Jackson said of Dr. Conrad Murray. “I think he is responsible.” The interview with ABC is the first time Janet Jackson has spoken out publicly at length about the death of her brother.
“It’s been a tough year,” Jackson told Robin Roberts. “You have your days where it’s just really, it’s hard to believe. And a day doesn’t go by that I don’t think of him.” Jackson said her and the rest of the family were in shock when they heard the news Michael Jackson had died.
“It just didn’t ring true to me. It felt like a dream,” Jackson said. “It’s still so difficult for me to believe. It’s, you know, you have to accept what is. But it’s hard.”
Janet Jackson’s interview will air on ABC on Wednesday, Nov. 18.
More details emerging from the official Michael Jackson autopsy report show the pop icon was reportedly “fairly healthy” for a 50-year-old man. Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide from an overdose of the anesthetic Propofol and sedative Lorazepam.
According to new information released from the Michael Jackson autopsy report, the singer was in relatively good health for his age and height. However, Jackson’s body was punctured by needle marks and he did suffer from lung damage and arthritis. No illegal drugs or alcohol was found in his system, although earlier reports indicate marijuana was found in Jackson’s home at the time of his death.
The report also states Michael Jackson had numerous scars, including scars around his face that may have been caused by plastic surgery. The singer also reportedly had tattoos under his eyes, his eyebrows and across his head, where Jackson was reportedly going bald.
The full autopsy report remains sealed and no one has yet been charged with Jackson’s homicide. The drugs contributing to Jackson’s death were administered by his personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray, who currently remains a target of investigation over his treatment of Jackson.
Search warrants unsealed to the media on Thursday reveal several bags of marijuana were found at the home of Michael Jackson after his death. Two bags of pot, along with a wide variety of prescription medications were discovered when Michael Jackson’s Los Angeles home was searched by police.
In addition to two bags of marijuana and various pot paraphernalia, prescription drugs for the treatment of skin conditions, anti-anxiety pills, sleep aids, steroids, anti-fungal medications and otherÂ prescriptions were found. However, earlier reports that tar heroin was found in Michael Jackson’s home have now been refuted.
The official cause of Michael Jackson’s death is expected to be released on Friday by the Los Angeles County Coroner’s office.
The death of Michael Jackson has been ruled a homicide, the Los Angeles County coroner has concluded. Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, is currently the target of a manslaughter investigation in the case. Could Dr. Murray now be facing at least second degree murder charges? It’s doubtful the good doctor actually wanted to murder Michael Jackson, but certainly he had to be aware he was treading on very dangerous ground with all the powerful drugs he was pumping into him.
Michael Jackson was murdered. That’s the latest from the Los Angeles County coroner’s office on Monday, according to an unidentified police official who reportedly leaked informationÂ to the Associated Press.
Michael Jackson allegedly died from aÂ combination of the powerful anesthetic propofol and at least two other sedatives administered just hours before his death, according to the Los Angeles Times.Â Court documentsÂ unsealed in Houston on Monday stated Michael Jackson had “lethal levels” of propofol in his system at the time of his death.
Dr. Conrad Murray, who was working as Michael Jackson’s personal physician, has admitted to police he gave the singer propofol before his collapse. According to court documents, Murray said he gaveÂ 50 milligrams ofÂ propofol to Michael Jackson almost every night to help him sleep,Â along withÂ doses of other sedatives. Murray stated he had been treating Michael Jackson for about six weeks for insomnia. Propofol is an extremely powerful sedative normally onlyÂ administered in hospitals to patients hooked up to heart and breathing monitors.
The official results of Michael Jackson’s autopsy have not yet been released. The Los Angeles County Coroner’s office has issued a statement to the press saying they currently “have no comment on the story that is circulating.”
Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Doctor Conrad Murray, will be charged with manslaughter in connection with the pop star’s death. Law enforcement officials told FoxNews.com on Wednesday that Dr. Conrad Murray will be arrested and charged with manslaughter within the next two weeks.
Dr. Conrad Murray posted a video on YouTube on Tuesday thanking his friends and supporters. A spokesperson for Murray says he created the video for his friends and family because he is afraid to use e-mail or return phone calls due to death threats he has received.
* Update: The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office reportedly told AccessHollywood.com that no chargers are currently pending against Dr. Conrad Murray. The District Attorney’s office claims the FoxNews.com report saying Murray would shortly be charged with manslaughter in connection with Michael Jackson’s death is “completely and totally false.”
Michael Jackson will be finally buried on his birthday, or so his father says. Joe Jackson reportedly told the New York Daily News that his son would be laid to rest on what would have been Michael Jackson’s 51st birthday on August 29.
Rumors regarding the whereabouts of Michael Jackson’s body have been circulating for weeks. Now 81-year-old Joe Jackson says the family is planning a final funeral for the pop icon at the Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles. A public memorial service was held for Michael Jackson on July 7.
Whether or not Joe Jackson really knows what the hell is actually going on is still in debate. Certainly, publically announcing the when and where of Michael Jackson’s burial could likely to lead to a change in plans for the family. Doubtless they would prefer to avoid a huge media frenzy and horde of fans showing up for what should be a private moment.
Meanwhile, the investigation into Michael Jackson’s death continues and the release of official autopsy results continues to be delayed.