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Thursday, 27 August 2009

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30 gallon drum of silicone removed from Michael Jackson's body during autopsy

Los Angeles, Ca, UEssay The results of the long anticipated toxicology reports regarding Michael Jackson's cause of death were inadvertently leaked to the press today.

Shockingly, while the toxicology reports did verify the presence of massive amounts of all of the various legal and illegal drugs Jackson was widely known to have been abusing for several decades, the actual cause of death was ultimately attributed to acute silicone poisoning following extensive leakage from prostheses implanted throughout his body in his lifelong quest to perfect himself.

Silicone is used not only in breast implants but also in implants located literally throughout every part of the body. In Jackson's case it was used as a prosthesis or ingredient in prostheses for many parts of his skeletal system; as a tissue expander; as a cosmetic agent for treatment of scars and wrinkles; in the urogenital tract, including penile prostheses; and in many other applications, including his often replaced prosthetic nose.

Officials have now been forced to admit that Jackson's prosthetic nose was never really missing but had actually been the focus of the investigation from the start.

The massive silicone leakage has also been determined to have caused Jackson's lupus.

Joe Jackson was reportedly furious that the information had become public knowledge; it is widely speculated that he had hoped to receive substantial monetary compensation for revealing the information first on "Larry King Live".

Multiple lawsuits were filed regarding the leak against all past, present, and future staff members of the Los Angeles County Chief Medical Examiner/Coroner Office, all staffers of all major news outlets throughout the world, and each and every potential viewer of any and all media reports concerning the leak and is reportedly seeking the maximum compensation from each defendant allowed by law.

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