Palmer, who made his home in Lugano, Switzerland for his last 15 years, died in Paris, France in 2003 of a sudden heart attack at the age of 54. He is interred at the cemetery in Lugano.
“When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace.” ~ Jimi Hendrix
"No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." ~ Eleanor Roosevelt
This month, June, 2009, should be forever known as celebrity massacre month.
Still 2 more days to go....
"Only Nixon can go to China." -- Old Vulcan proverb.
("Men shirts, short skirts!"--lyrics, (wtte), Shania Twain "Man! I feel like a woman!")
Michael Jackson's father said he suspects "foul play somewhere" over his son's death.
He was commenting as details began to emerge of results from the post-mortem carried out on Michael Jackson's body.
Jackson weighed just 8st 1oz and his stomach only contained partially-dissolved pills when he died, it was reported.
The post-mortem findings, reported in The Sun, state that the singer had four injection marks near his heart, apparently from attempts to pump adrenaline into the organ in a bid to restart it.
Speaking on the Black Entertainment Television Awards (BET) red carpet, Mr Jackson said he could not go into details about what his concerns were.
But Mr Jackson told ABC7: "Michael was dead before he left the house. I'm suspecting foul play somewhere. He was waving to everybody and telling them he loves them and all the fans at the gate. A few minutes after Michael was out there, he was dead."
Los Angeles County Coroner's officials said their post-mortem found no indication of trauma or foul play. But, because of additional tests, an official cause of death could take weeks to determine. The Jackson family's lawyer said more would be said after the results of a second post-mortem examination.
The lawyer representing the singer's doctor, Conrad Murray, said he did not administer the drugs which may have contributed to his death. Edward Chernoff said: "Dr Murray has never prescribed nor administered Demerol to Michael Jackson. Not ever. Not that day. Not OxyContin (either) for that matter."
It follows reports that the singer received a shot of Demerol - a powerful painkiller - shortly before his death.
"When England was a kingdom, we had a king.
When we were an empire, we had an emperor.
Now we're a country
David Carradine and Ed McMahan are American TV stars. If you don't have access to the 70s, 80s TV, you wouldn't know them.
Mays is pure infomercial. Comes across like a big teddy bear.
RIP the King!
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes.
Sorry, the King was and is always Elvis.
Roy was a god.
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