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Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2016, 12:32:47 PM »
Stil no official documentation of a death here.. nothing. They can't get it together. I also think prince himself is behind all of this.
Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #16 on: October 09, 2016, 04:50:03 PM »
We my find out more when the gag order is lifted from the "investigation" at the end of this month. What investigation there is. If there is an active investigation then why are people allowed in to pp? And here been this whole time.
Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #17 on: October 09, 2016, 06:57:15 PM »

"Prince’s Overdose: ‘I’ve Never Even Seen Him Take Anything'"
By Toni Akindele
Jul, 26, 2016
"Sheila E... appeared on  Larry King Now where she also discussed Prince's overdose.
Asked if she knew about Prince’s use of pain medication, she replied, “Not necessarily. I’ve never even seen him take an aspirin or a Tylenol.”

“I’ve never seen him take anything,” she added."
http://m.essence.com/2016/07/26/sheila-e-talks-princes-drug-overdose-never-seen-aspirin

"Prince Insider: ‘His Energy Was So Intense He Didn’t Need Drugs’"
“He was an adamant non-drug user,” Bernstein told me. “He didn’t want people using drugs around him. His energy was so intense that he didn’t need drugs.”
http://www.thewrap.com/prince-insider-his-energy-was-so-intense-he-didnt-need-drugs/

Correction: Prince Death story
AUG. 22, 2016
By AMY FORLITI
Associated Press

"Tests on Prince prior to his death did not show fentanyl in his system, which means he wasn't a long-time abuser of that drug, but likely took the fatal dose sometime in the 24 hours before he died, the official said."
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/6ea0a330a6fa442990b24ec0c5153b27/official-pills-found-princes-estate-contained-fentanyl

"Counterfeit pain pills likely came to Prince illegally"
By AMY FORLITI and MICHAEL TARM, Associated Press| AP| August 22, 2016
"MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —
But exactly how Prince obtained the drugs is still unknown... Authorities have so far revealed little about their investigation, saying it's active and moving forward.

Former prosecutors and defense attorneys who are familiar with drug investigations say it's likely someone will be prosecuted, whether or not Prince knew he was consuming illegal drugs.

"They will not say it was just Prince's fault and let it go at that,"...

An official close to the investigation told The Associated Press on Sunday that some of the pills found at Paisley Park were falsely labeled as a common generic painkiller similar to Vicodin, but actually contained fentanyl. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, also said that records show Prince did not have a prescription for any controlled substances in Minnesota in the last 12 months.

"When you have weird stamped pills in aspirin bottles... "How he got them? Who knows."
... investigators will likely talk to those close to Prince, and they'll also search the computers, phones and communications of Prince and his associates, to see whether the pills were purchased online.
"This is not to say the people close to him are guilty — we have no idea of that. But that's where it would start"...

If someone gave Prince the drug that killed him, that person could face a third-degree murder charge, punishable in the state of Minnesota by more than 12 years in prison...Because the sale resulted in Prince's death, it would increase the chances that someone could get the maximum sentence of life in prison if convicted...
...there was a good chance someone will eventually be charged. Improved forensics tools, including the ability to use narcotics chemical signatures to narrow down possible manufacturers, also increase the chances of arrests."
http://m.newsok.com/article/feed/1061045

It looks to me like the under current of the official story is implying his was not a drug user or even used prescription drugs but was murdered.
Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #18 on: October 09, 2016, 07:09:56 PM »
I agree Rainbowblue and if Prince has really passed then I believe it would be murder.
But I think the reason that many are talking about medication addiction or dependency is thanks to TMZ.
The incident on the plane on April 15 was put down to dehydration from the flu by all media before April 21, but the second the news of Princes death broke, TMZ 'revealed' that Prince was actually treated for an overdose on the plane.
That bogus article has fuelled people's beliefs that Prince was addicted or dependant on mediation.


"Did TMZ Pay to Get Its Big Prince Death Scoop?"
Brian Flood | April 22, 2016

"Many news organizations have strict policies that prevent reporters from paying for information, at least partly because of ethical concerns. “Checkbook journalism” is thought to encourage sources to invent or embellish tips to get more money.

TMZ, run by legal journalist Harvey Levin, has a formidable record of entertainment-industry scoops — and a reputation for paying for them.

Last February, a lengthy New Yorker story detailed how “more than a hundred tips arrive every day” on the TMZ voicemail from people looking for cash payouts. The story even detailed how producers pay for scoops and help nervous tipsters follow through on leaks. An International Business Times story in 2014 reported that TMZ pays up to “several thousand dollars” for solid leads. A big video or photo can mean much more. Security footage of Solange Knowles attacking her brother-in-law Jay Z in an elevator is believed to have sold for $250,000.

Levin did not respond to an interview request; a TMZ rep likewise did not comment.

TMZ was on top of the Prince story ever since his private jet made an emergency landing in Moline, Illinois, last Friday...
Levin’s reporters, sensing something was wrong...
TMZ broke the story of Prince’s death on Thursday well before any “mainstream” media outlets... it took an Associated Press report nearly 17 minutes later for the news to hit media outlets across the world.

The Prince reporting recalled 2009, when TMZ beat major news organizations in reporting the death of Michael Jackson.

A New York Times story  pointed out how TMZ was far ahead of rivals in scoops about the pop star’s last hours. TMZ had sources everywhere, from ambulance drivers to paramedics."
http://www.thewrap.com/tmz-pay-prince-death-scoop/

Thanks for the post Kylie we posted a lot of information on TMZ and the WB but not so much on this site. Good point! Time Warner owns TMZ and Warner Brothers Prince's old record label who gave him that bad record deal. Time Warner whether through TMZ or Warner Bros is making a lot of money keeping Prince's name in the news.
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Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #19 on: October 09, 2016, 07:54:34 PM »
Yes I always found it interesting how Tmz was first to report anything surrounding Prince's alleged death and yes they are owned by Time Warner. It's like they had the whole story with Princes "death" ready to go but also the emergency landing. There's lots if speculation if he was ill or had pain etc but in the end if u open ur eyes what really happened leads back to WB somehow. Either they helped him fake his death which would explain why Tmz was first to report about it and could very well be part of the deal he made with WB in 2014, cuz if Prince "died" it would benefit both parts. Cuz let's face it, it doesn't make sense there was a murder attempt since Prince seemed to have planned to retire and step away from the spotlight, just look at all the clues like the chocolate overdose picture which came straight from Prince himself and him planning to open Pp as a museum and the whole full circle thing. And as Julles83 said there's still no official documentation of Princes death which is odd and no will. The story keeps changing in order to keep his name in the media, why would his family do this if he was killed or someone tried to kill him? Every month they add something new to the story and creates more confusion.  It doesn't make sense. But sure there's still a possibility that WB  tried to kill him but failed so he is in some witness protection or he has health issues so he had to fake his death cuz he didn't want his fans to get worried about him when he would be unable to perform and do things as he used to cuz he was in need of real treatment.
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Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #20 on: October 09, 2016, 09:07:57 PM »
I've often thought that there may actually be a health issue that he waned to deal with in private. Let's be real here, is prince REALLY the type to say "hey guys, I'm done. I have health issues I need to deal with" or "hey,  guy's, I'm 57 years old and I'm tired and need to rest" no. I Don't think so.
There have been a few death threat stories thrown around. I Don't know what to think about thoes. Yet.  I can see it,  but then again.. I can also see there being a "deal" made between prince and wb. Both side's win. 
I've said this before, but, here we are 6 month's out (almost) and still NO LEGITIMATE documentation of a death!
One page medical examiner report
Only a press release of the cause of death
We saw no death certificate
Everything has just been a press release.
PP already open, and there is supposedly still an ongoing investigation
Aslo.. where did the family doctor who was treating prince go?  He just up and left his practice not long after.. they obviously didn't find anything when they looked in to him, because he's gone. But where? With prince?
Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #21 on: October 10, 2016, 12:02:56 AM »
Yes I always found it interesting how Tmz was first to report anything surrounding Prince's alleged death and yes they are owned by Time Warner. It's like they had the whole story with Princes "death" ready to go but also the emergency landing. There's lots if speculation if he was ill or had pain etc but in the end if u open ur eyes what really happened leads back to WB somehow. Either they helped him fake his death which would explain why Tmz was first to report about it and could very well be part of the deal he made with WB in 2014, cuz if Prince "died" it would benefit both parts. Cuz let's face it, it doesn't make sense there was a murder attempt since Prince seemed to have planned to retire and step away from the spotlight, just look at all the clues like the chocolate overdose picture which came straight from Prince himself and him planning to open Pp as a museum and the whole full circle thing. And as Julles83 said there's still no official documentation of Princes death which is odd and no will. The story keeps changing in order to keep his name in the media, why would his family do this if he was killed or someone tried to kill him? Every month they add something new to the story and creates more confusion.  It doesn't make sense. But sure there's still a possibility that WB  tried to kill him but failed so he is in some witness protection or he has health issues so he had to fake his death cuz he didn't want his fans to get worried about him when he would be unable to perform and do things as he used to cuz he was in need of real treatment.

"The Prince reporting recalled 2009, when TMZ beat major news organizations in reporting the death of Michael Jackson."

I doubt that TMZ and Warner Bros helped Michael Jackson to fake his death to. He owned half of Sony.
TMZ is the 1st to report most celebrity deaths.

On the show "Ray Donavon" they have a T.V version of TMZ called "STALKERRAZZI".

TMZ seems like they got tipped off because they literally hire folks to stalk people, TMZ pays for pics and information on stars. They call their employees anynomus "contacts". TMZ pays well it seems.

Why would Prince be in a witness protection program? I'm curious. Then he'd have to trust the government to ensure his safety. He doesn't trust the government from what he's said. A lot of people think the government killed him... Osama...Chem trails...government plans on microchiping the public... Prince spoke out about all of this and more.
"Conspiracy Theorists Think Prince Died For Speaking Out On Chemtrails"
"The artist himself was a conspiracy theorist who wanted his fans to "wake up"
http://www.vocativ.com/311669/prince-the-conspiracy-theorist/

To be in a witness protection program the person would have to be a witness in a federal crime who is testifying in a trial (which would leave a written public record) in exchange for being placed in the witness protection program. If someone tried to kill Prince he wouldn't be placed in witness protection unless the FBI were building a case against the people who were trying to kill him and he was going to testify...in court. Otherwise your own your own.

To fake ones death isn't illegal. It's not unheard of just out of the ordinary. Getting a new identity is not hard at all. (Imergrants and others who arnt legally allowed to work do it). There are a lot of loop holes. I know of a few groups who refuse to use ID's, Driver's license or Social security numbers. It's a little more work but you can still do most things.

You guys are right I feel, about an unending death mystery being more profitable for all parties than hey guys... I just got my test results back and the doctors are saying I'm "old". I don't believe in the concepts of age, time or space so I'm gonna go disappear...
No one would let him rest...
As long as the government gets half his wealth from his estate having no will.
Minnesota gets jobs and revenue from a museum.
His family is all on staff and taken care of.
Time Warner get money from all the twists and turns in the media story and record sales. Tidial gets revenue for streaming services.
I don't think any of those parties cares if Prince is dead or alive...As long as they get paid.
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Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #22 on: October 10, 2016, 11:43:03 AM »
I agree, rainbowblue. He could not just retire. He would have not gotten any rest.
Re: Report: Pills in Prince's home mislabeled, contained fentanyl
« Reply #23 on: October 10, 2016, 01:53:33 PM »
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« Reply #24 on: October 10, 2016, 02:05:02 PM »
Yes! I've watched this before.  Very interesting, and telling