Tag Archives: wrongful death


Posted 1 year ago in Personal Injury by Aaron Kase  
Jacko’s Family Was Concerned About Drug Use, Brother Says

Mere weeks before Michael Jackson died, his father and his brother Randy were blocked from visiting him at his house in Los Angeles when they went to check on his health, Randy said in a video deposition shown last week at the singer’s wrongful death trial. The security guard told them that Michael wasn’t home, but Randy suspected his famous brother was hiding out. “There was a drug issue,” Randy said, “He wasn’t eating. All of these things were happening …

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Posted 1 year ago in Personal Injury by Aaron Kase  
Michael Jackson Not an Addict, Bodyguard Testifies

Michael Jackson‘s former bodyguard took the witness stand last week as concert promotion company AEG live continued their defense in the singer’s wrongful death trial. Michael LePerruque testified that Jackson, apparently intoxicated, would sometimes call him dozens of times during the night. “His speech would be very slurred. There would be a lot of mumbling, and I wouldn’t be able to comprehend what he was saying,” said LePerruque, who was on the pop star’s security detail for three years. “I …

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Couple Ordered to Pay $8 Million for Ex-Husband’s Murder

A jury unanimously ordered a couple to pay $8 million for killing the woman’s ex-husband, even though his body has never been found. Gary McCullough, a resident of Purdy, Mo., went missing in 1999. Four days later, his then-wife Sandra McCullough asked her boyfriend Kristopher Klemp to move into their home and less than a year after her husband went missing, she had Gary declared missing and the couple married. Gary’s two daughters, April Chanel Chandler and Joy Rose McCullough, …

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Posted 1 year ago in Crime by Aaron Kase  
Michael Jackson’s Doctor Given Get Out of Jail Free Card

Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of killing Michael Jackson with an overdose of anesthetic, will be released from prison in October, halfway through his four-year manslaughter sentence. He has been granted an early release in part because of good behavior, in part because of California’s overcrowded prison system. For every day that he has served behind bars in good standing, he has earned an extra day of freedom on the back end of his sentence. As long as he doesn’t …

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Posted 1 year ago in Personal Injury by Aaron Kase  
Michael Jackson Hid Drug Use, Promoters Allege

Attorneys for concert promotion company AEG Live started calling medical professionals to the stand to testify about Michael Jackson’s drug use as they began their defense last week in the singer’s wrongful death trial. “He wasn’t honest with me,” nurse anesthetist David Fournier told the jury, noting that Jackson didn’t tell him he had an implant in his body to combat a Demerol addiction, which interfered with his sedation during a procedure and caused him to stop breathing. “You expect …

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