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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Frank Cascio
A personal assistant turned personal manager to Michael Jackson said the King of Pop had been taking propofol as early as 1999, and that the singer was drugged up ahead of his 30th anniversary concerts in 2001.
A personal assistant-turned-personal manager to Michael Jackson said the King of Pop had been taking propofol as early as 1999, and that the singer was drugged up ahead of his 2001 30th anniversary concerts.
Mr. Cascio writes that he first noticed Jackson using the medicine on his 1993 "Dangerous" tour.
Mr. Cascio said he wanted to seek help, but didn't know how.