TMZ interview with Dr.Klein took place Nov. 6th
LOOKS AS IF TMZ HAS TAKEN DOWN THE VIDEO
The most interesting part of the interview
was that Dr. Klein told MJ he was insane, but
listen to why he told him that in this video.
Dr. Klein says there had been numerous attempts at an
intervention even up to a few days before his death.
WHAT IS DR KLEIN TRYING TO TELL US??
I decided to go back to The Interview Dr. Klein
did with Larry King CNN Oct 16th. Its quite long
so i didnt post the whole thing.
ITS VERY REVEALING. WORTH READING
THE LINK IS AT THE BOTTOM
HE EVEN SHOWED UP WITH HIS ATTORNEY'S
CNN LARRY KING LIVE
Michael Jackson's Dermatologist Sets the Record Straight;
Aired October 16, 2009 - 21:00 ET
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY
NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.
A great pleasure to welcome back to LARRY KING LIVE,
Dr. Arnold Klein, the famed dermatologist who was
Michael Jackson's longtime physician and friend.
Also with us, Garo Ghazarian. He is Dr. Klein's
criminal attorney, and Richard Charnley, who's
the civil attorney for Dr. Klein.
Why do you need attorneys, Arnold?
DR. ARNOLD KLEIN, MICHAEL JACKSON'S DERMATOLOGIST:
Why do I need attorneys? Why do you need doctors?(LAUGHTER)
KLEIN: It's the same reason. I mean we live in a
world where you need attorneys to protect yourself
and you need doctors to make yourself heal.
Later into the interview
KING: OK. Other things on a different nature --
and I'll get back to this. You've never really
said yes or no on fatherhood, those two...
KLEIN: That's not something I'll ever answer,
because you know what, it -- it was buried
with Michael. And that's not a question that
I can ever answer, nor will I ever answer so...
KING: So you won't say no? KLEIN: I won't answer it.
KING: Since you're not the father --
or you won't say whether you're the
father or not, what do you care?
KLEIN: Because I care about the welfare
KING: One other quick thing.
Have you gotten over the death yet?
KLEIN: I don't think I ever will be over the death.
I mean have you ever lost your father or
your brother or anything like that?
KING: I sure have. KLEIN: I have. KING: You never get
KLEIN: You're never quite the same.
I will never be the same, because we lost the
most talented man of our age. Like when Danny Kaye died...
KING: Yes. KLEIN: I lost him and I still remember him well.
KING: Dr. Arnold Klein, Garo Ghazarian and Richard Charnley,
we'll be calling on you again. Thanks. KLEIN: Thanks, Larry.
CHARNLEY: Thank you very much.
GHAZARIAN: Thank you.