Joe Jackson, Michael Jackson's father, said that he felt that his sons death might be the result of foul play. "I
just couldn't believe what was happening to Michael. I do believe it
was foul play. I do believe that. Yes, Jackson told ABC News. A second autopsy on the King of Pop has yet to offer any conclusive answers. Toxicology
results have yet to come in, and The L.A. County coroner's office will
wait for them before formally listing Michael Jacksons cause of death.
The LAPD is looking specifically at the role prescription drugs may
have played in the singers death, according to the Los Angeles Times. Various
types of prescription drugs were reportedly recovered from Jackson's
home by the detectives, including an anesthetic that's normally used
during most surgical procedures. Furthermore, many of MiJac's
physicians were contacted for their records, but it's still unclear
whether any criminal charges will be filed until the final autopsy
reports are revealed. Joe Jackson has also expressed to ABC News that he has an interest having a "direct role in raising" Michael's three children.AllHiphop.com's Tribute To MJ, with interviews with Rick Ross, Grand Master Flash, John Salley, Shane Mosley, Maino, Big Tigger, Trey Songz and many more.