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October 28, 2011


Tom LA Coleman

The problem with publicity is that it can distort the facts of the case - the very level of attention paid to the case means that the doctors and attorneys can't really do their jobs, which is figuring out what happened. Both political and personal considerations quickly come into account, and the truth becomes the least important concern. Here we've got two doctors, Murray and White, who have basically the same training, having both been to US medical schools and gone through US hospital internship and residencies, and yet they come up with vastly different conclusions because of the high amount of publicity attached to the case. Although, I have to admit...if this case wasn't about Michael Jackson, I wouldn't be reading accounts about it in the first place! :-)

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