revelations. Alleged details of an autopsy suggested Jackson was a virtual skele- ton, almost totally bald and his body riddled with needle wounds as a result of regular pain-killing injections. Jacksons doctor Conrad Murray also denied injecting the singer with the pain- killer Demerol and said he was innocent of causing the stars death. Police interviewed Dr Murray on Saturday and said he was not a suspect. He maintained that Jackson was still alive when he first found him slumped in his bed and unable to breathe. But Joe Jackson, 80, said: Michael was dead before he left the house. Im suspect- ing foul play somewhere. He added that his son had earlier been outside his home waving to everybody and telling them he loves them and all, the fans at the gate. A few minutes after Michael was out there, he was dead. In another interview at the Black Entertainment Awards, where stars paid tribute to his son, Joe, said: I have a lot of concerns. I dont like what happened. He refused to elaborate but the family, which met to discuss funeral arrange- ments, is reportedly pushing the police to mount a criminal investigation of last Thursdays tragedy. A second autopsy was ordered on Jacksons body in the hope it might provide more answers. Dr Murrays lawyer Edward Chernoff went on television to defend his client. He said Jackson still had a faint pulse and his body was warm when Dr Murray tried desperately to revive him. He denied that the medic had ever prescribed or adminis- tered Demerol to Jackson and said: He was a frail man, he didnt like to drink or eat. He wasnt exactly healthy to begin with. Reported results of the post mortem examination on Jackson showed no trace of food in his stomach and only partially dissolved pills, and said he was severely emaciated, weighing 8 stone 1 ounce -- far below his ideal body weight. According to a family friend, the entire drama was witnessed by the singers 12- year-old son Prince Michael, who thought at first that his father was playing a practi- cal joke. Jackson biographer Stacy Brown said the star regularly played dead to his children. The funeral could come as early as Wednesday, with up to a million fans expected to head to Los Angeles. Jackson may be buried at his Neverland ranch. Monday, 29 June 2009 London Lite DISTRAUGHT Michael Jackson fans are paying tribute to the star across London. Flowers, candles, posters and messages are being laid at shrines which have appeared at the O2 arena -- where Jackson was to play 50 concerts this summer -- at the window of HMVs Trocadero branch near Piccadilly Circus, and outside the Lyric theatre, home of Thriller Live, the show inspired by his music. Messages at HMV include: Moonwalk your way to heaven. Messages of love: sad fans at HMV Trocaderos tribute window near Piccadilly Circus BubblesIS aliveandwill misshispal poSt-mortem revealS kIng of popS fraIl BodymIchael jackSon 1958-2009 Grievingfans makeshrines acrosscapital jacko doc denies he gave star lethal jab Claims: Joe Jackson, left, and Conrad Murray BUBBLES the chimp, considered a close friend by Michael Jackson, is alive, an animal trainer said today. It was feared he died after Jackson sent him to an LA sanctuary when the primate became too big and aggressive. But Bubbles, who the singer rescued from a cancer research lab in 1985, is being looked after by trainer Bob Dunn, who said of Jackson: Bubbles will miss him. Mr Dunn has taught Bubbles, now 26, to moonwalk and there is speculation the chimp could now star in a film about his life. E Continued from Page 1 Friends: Michael Jackson and pet chimp Bubbles H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html