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Michael Jackson's death: Doctor's car could contain important evidence, police say

Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Charlie Beck said detectives impounded the car of Michael Jackson's personal doctor because it may contain evidence related to Jackson’s death.

The LAPD wants to interview the doctor, who attempted to revive Jackson on Thursday at his Holmby Hills home. Beck said detectives have reached the doctor but would not say when they plan to meet with him.

 Beck declined to say whether detectives found medication in the car.

“But that is the obvious evidence that could be contained in the vehicle, and I’m not commenting on whether anything like that has been found. But that is typically the reason why a physician’s vehicle at the scene of a death would be confiscated,” Beck said.

--Ruben Vives at LAPD headquarters

 
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i say so long and good riddence to a child molester and a werildo

what a joke people crying over a child molester a grown man who sleeps with 13 year old boys and nothing is going on people wake up and see this werildo 4 what this sCUMbag really is asorry piece of garbage!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I guess we know who is going to win a Grammy award this year.....

Vito

i want to give my condolences to the jackson family and all his supporters out there besides elvis presley he was the king of pop and a great influence to us out there my best regards to the jackosn family and god bless you michael

I think we should have a California State Funeral for Michael Jackson. It will properly honor him while highlighting California as he lays in State, providing a much desired opportunity for visitors from around the world to pay their last respects.

I will remember you forever.....

My deepest condolences to the jackson family. love you all. God bless you all

i liked micheal jackson,beacause of hismusic,since i was a ltenager,i am very sorry that his family had to hear bad new's iam just sending my regards to his family to say sory about his death he was the firast male singer ,his music touched my heart and soul.

Deeoest sympathy to Michael's family and friends, particularly his children. I was lucky enough to see Michael in concert in 1987 both at Wembley and at Aintree, Liverpool. My son, who was 11 years old at the time was privileged to see him also.
A fantastic performer, perfection in every detail. I am very sorry that his latter years were so difficult for him. May he Rest In Peace - A true legend !!

it is so sad for kids to lose a dad this young.family meant the world to him.may God watch over these kids of his and allow them to stay with the grandma,shes one hip hop granny,and her son would have wanted that!!Heaven has all the great music ones that has went before him so hes in no pain now,so that means he is singing.Praise the Lord!

i am so gonna miss him,he will be forver in my heart.his music was great!i hope the kids get to stay with grandmamhe would have wanted that.semper fi


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