I wrote this column the day after Michael Jackson died. In light of today's news, it seems really on target.
Also, here's a fascinating blog piece from Louisville Attorney Hans Poppe on why a wrong death or medical malpractice case against Jackson's doctor may be worthless. Poppe has a take that I have not seen anywhere else.
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