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Tuesday, 8 November 2011

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It was discovered today that Conrad Murray, already in deep doo-doo for the death of Michael Jackson, may also have been responsible for the death of Sir Jimmy Savile, the UK's national disk-jockey treasure.

Sir Jimmy passed away at home in his sleep, amongst reports and gossip that it may have been death that was responsible for his actual passing away.

It would seem that Dr Murray had not been called by Sir James, and was therefore not available in the middle of the night at the time he passed away.

A spokesman for the apartment block in the Roundhay suburb of Leeds where Sir James lived was said to be shocked by the news. He said "I can categorically confirm that Sir James certainly did not know Dr Murray, had never spoken to him, and wasn't even considering contacting him.

"Therefore, I can only conclude that by not knowing Dr Murray, subsequently not contacting Dr Murray and therefore Dr Murray not helping Sir James indicates to me that Dr Murray is essentially fully responsible for the death of Sir James."

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