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Autopsy Confirms That Michael Jackson Had Vitiligo

 

Following the involuntary manslaughter charge pressed against Dr. Conrad Murray, the full results of Michael Jackson’s autopsy have been revealed.

The autopsy confirms what many have doubted for years, that Michael Jackson really did have vitiligo, the skin pigmentation disorder that turned his skin white.

The coroner who conducted the autopsy noted that Jackson had white patches in particular on his chest, abdomen, arms and face.

He is also described as having “frontal balding” along with tattoos near his eyebrows and pink pigmentation tattooed on his lips.

The report confirms that his cause of death was “acute propofol intoxication” after his doctor administered a dosage powerful enough for a major surgery.

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  • http://www.theperfectmemorial.com The Perfect Memorial

    RIP Michael…we knew it all long!

    Forever loved and never forgotten.

  • CriticXtreme

    With no BS, all I want is justice for MJ! What about reports that vehicles with out of state tags were seen leaving his home? Shame on you, if this was a Illuminati hit.

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  • http://jalitaspeaksout.wordpress.com jalitaspeaksout

    dude, i’ve been trying to prove that michael jackson had vitiligo all of my life. It’s so annoying how people still refuse to believe the truth after all of the astounding evidence.

  • unbeliever

    eh, he bleached his skin, his family didn’t want it to come out, so they cooked up vitiligo. just kidding to the fans. MJ was before my time, don’t really have an opine either way. hope he felt he had a good life, and that he rests now in peace.

    query, “Would MJ be offended or appreciative of the jokes at his expense, since people would still be talking about him?”

    just a wandering wonderer

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