Friday 12 April 2013

Michael Jackson had drug implant to block dopamine in his brain

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More details are emerging about Michael Jackson’s drug dependency as Katherine Jackson’s $40 billion lawsuit against AEG gets underway.

Jackson died of heart failure and respiratory arrest caused by an overdose of an IV anesthetic on June 25, 2009 at age 50. Former Dr. Conrad Murray was convicted of negligence in his death.
According to British tabloid The Sun, the LA coroner found a Naloxone (Narcan) implant under Jackson’s skin during his autopsy in 2009. Narcan is a drug used by emergency room physicians to reverse the effects of opioid (Heroine or morphine) overdose in patients.
Narcan is prescribed to heroine addicts to curb their craving for heroine (and other opioids) by blocking the release of dopamine in the brain. As you know, dopamine is the brain neurotransmitter (chemical) that stimulates the pleasure centers in our brains. Dopamine is responsible for most addictions, including sex, food, cigarettes, marijuana, etc. Dopamine also causes most humans to falsely believe we are in Love.

Naltrexone, a drug often confused for Narcan, is more commonly prescribed as an implant for patients with drug dependencies.
The discovery of Michael’s implant was mentioned in court papers released by one of Michael’s past doctors, David Fournier. “Fournier believed Jackson had deceived him by not telling him about a ‘Narcan implant’ Jackson had inserted before a surgical procedure Fournier was helping with,” state the papers.
Fournier’s papers are included in evidence to help the defense team of AEG Entertainment, the company which booked Jackson to perform 50 concerts at London’s 02 Arena. Katherine Jackson is suing AEG for hiring Conrad Murray. The trial is expected to last 3 months.

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