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FBI Kept Files on the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix and Col. Sanders

subversive chicken?

By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — Al Qaeda they were not.

But declassified FBI files show agents kept tabs on the Beatles, Michael Jackson, Jimi Hendrix and Col Sanders of KFC fame, according to the London publication, The Sun.

The paper reports that the FBI files indicate the agency’s concern that the Beatles in the 1960s might undermine America. John Lennon was described as a “radically orientated” druggie, and pages talk in detail about him posing nude with wife Yoko Ono, the Sun reported.

The documents show the agency got involved in helping local police investigate child molestation allegations against pop star Michael Jackson.

Documents detailed Jim Hendrix’s marijuana conviction and noted that he was a contributor to a hippy magazine called The Chicago Kaleidoscope, the Sun reported.

And yes, a file was opened on the king of chicken himself,Colonel Sanders after he asked director J. Edgar Hoover for his autograph.

Could the FBI have been concerned that the colonel might try to sell his secret “finger lickin’ good” recipe to the Russians?

FBI About to Release Michael Jackson Files: Tabloids Salivating

By Allan Lengel

WASHINGTON — You can already hear the tabloids salivating over the anticipated release of FBI files on legendary singer Michael Jackson.

The Daily Mail in London was among many media outlets to report that the FBI plans to declassify and release more than 300 documents on Jackson within the next two days.

The London publication reported that the files will include info on Jackson’s child molestation allegations in 1993 and 2004.

The paper reported that the FBI had a 679-page file, but only about half will be released.

DEA Raids Las Vegas Pharmacy in Michael Jackson Probe

The wide ranging, multi-state probe into the death of Michael Jackson continues. Here’s the latest.


LAS VEGAS –Federal agents searched a pharmacy in a Las Vegas strip mall Tuesday morning as part of the investigation into the death of entertainer Michael Jackson.

Although Drug Enforcement Administration agents at the scene wouldn’t confirm that the raid was related to the pop star’s death, a law enforcement source said Jackson’s personal doctor had obtained a potent anesthetic from Applied Pharmacy Services.

Authorities believe Dr. Conrad Murray gave Jackson the anesthetic propofol as a sleep aid.

DEA agents, who said they were working with the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles County district attorney’s office, arrived at the pharmacy at 6370 W. Flamingo Road, near Jones Boulevard, about 9:20 a.m. to begin their search.

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DEA and LAPD Raid Michael Jackson’s Doctor’s Las Vegas Home and Office

The investigation is intensifying. Where’s the next raid going to be?

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By The Las Vegas Sun staff
LAS VEGAS — Federal authorities are executing a search warrant today at the Las Vegas medical office and home of Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, as part of a manslaughter investigation into the singer’s death.

Michael Flanagan, assistant special agent in charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration office in Las Vegas, said the DEA, Los Angeles Police Department and Metro Police are looking for documents at Murray’s office at 2110 East Flamingo Road. Investigators also were searching his gated west Las Vegas Valley home today.

Flanagan told several reporters outside Murray’s office that the search warrrant is sealed but pertains to Jackson’s death.

“We are looking for documents,” Flanagan said, but didn’t specify what kind of documents investigators were looking for.

Murray was home when investigators arrived. His staff members are cooperating at his office, Flanagan said.

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DEA and LAPD Raid Office of Michael Jackson’s Doctor

You have to wonder if authorities would try nearly as hard to get to the bottom of a death involving an Average Joe.  On the other hand, this probe may once again highlight the dangers of  prescription drugs.

Dr. Conrad Murray/facebook photo

Dr. Conrad Murray/facebook photo

The Associated Press
HOUSTON — A lawyer for Michael Jackson’s doctor says police who searched the physician’s north Houston clinic were searching for evidence of manslaughter.

Dr. Conrad Murray had been interviewed by police as a witness to the pop star’s death, but has not been considered a suspect.

Los Angeles police and agents with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration searched the Armstrong Medical Clinic on Wednesday for about 2 1/2 hours. Authorities said they were searching for documents.

“The search warrant authorized law enforcement to search for and seize items, including documents, they believed constituted evidence of the offense of manslaughter,” Ed Chernoff, Murray’s attorney, said in a statement posted on his law firm’s Web site.

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DEA to Help Probe Michael Jackson Death


By Allan Lengel

The drama surrounding the death of pop star Michael Jackson escalated with news that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration was getting into the act.

The Associated press reported that an unnamed law enforcement official in Washington said that the Los Angeles Police Department had asked the DEA to help look into Jackson’s doctor and the singer’s drug use.

The unnamed official said the DEA could provide additional resources and knowledge local police might not have.