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Police search for Michael Jackson's doctor

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Me thinks that there will be a rather large inquiry after the autopsy.

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I think the media is making a circus out of this.. lets get on to other news now.

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I guess the doctor decided to beat it. Such a smooth criminal.

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Very off the wall comments here. You're bad.

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Michael Jackson's Doctor sent a letter to his patients 11 days ago saying he was leaving his medical practice. Coincidence?

MJ's Doc says, "I am deeply saddened to leave you at this point, but please know my absence is not permanent."

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Lisa Marie Presley, briefly married to the pop icon in the mid-1990s, said he had confided to her 14 years ago that he worried about facing the same tragic fate as her father, Elvis Presley, who died of a drug overdose at age 42." Was Elvis as big of star as MJ when he died?

Anyways, this ought to be a lesson in being careful how much drugs a doctor gives you. Try to live healthy. Stars have the money to workout all day, eat the best foods, get the best help, yet they die in the most stupidest circumstances - drugs.

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Not Many famous people have been famous due to their intelligence skip. MJ and his doctor seem to fit that description as well.

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Michael Jackson's Doctor sent a letter to his patients 11 days ago saying he was leaving his medical practice. Coincidence?

No coincidence. The doctor had been hired by the company behind the London concerts to stay by Michael Jackson's side through the rehearsals and run of concerts. So he had to leave his practice.

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Dr. Nick Riviera.

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jackson was basically bought by an investment company, which paid off his debts and set him up for the 50 concert deal, which would only have been the beginning of a plan to generate maximum income from him. i wonder whether a criminal investigation might be in order to ascertain whether or not they had been exploiting him

he certainly took a LOT of bad business advice in the later part of his life

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