A new report from paramedic bosses says that a series of tests has proved that Michael was clinically dead before the ambulance arrived at his house. The report, which was also by the staff at UCLA hospital, claims that Michael had no pulse, no sign of heart activity and had stopped breathing.
Dr Steven Hoefflin, a friend of Michael said; “I’ve spoken to a chief in the fire department who told me Michael was dead when they arrived. He had no pulse and was not breathing. They gave him an electro-cardiogram but he was flat-lined. They say he even had lividity, which meant the blood had sunk to the back, indicating his heart had stopped a couple of hours earlier.
This is the most important aspect of the report as it means he must have been dead for over an hour, probably longer.”