The Conrad Murray Conspiracy
Conrad Murray, the world’s most controversial doctor since Jack Kevorkian, is rumored to have a well-kept secret: he may actually be a Freemason. According to Fox News, Michael Jackson’s former doc was a member of the Freemasons and that the mysterious organization helped him build a booming concierge business with high-profile clients across the country.
But Murray’s Freemason membership also raises new questions about Michael Jackson’s death. In the days after MJ's demise, his brother, Joe Jackson, went on Larry King and alleged that there was a larger conspiracy to kill Jackson. Jackson’s sister Latoya also insinuated that there were “others” behind the death of Michael.
These paranoid allegations have led to speculation that the Freemasons were the mysterious and nebulous “others” behind Jackson’s death…
Despite the clear lack of evidence that Conrad Murray’s link the Freemasons had anything to do with Jackson’s overdose, the connection is fueling the internet rumor mill. Some theorists speculate that the King of Pop was murdered by the Freemason’s because he was a Muslim; others speculate that he was killed because he opposed the control of big business interests over musicians and artists, which is supposed to have irked those rich Freemasons; while still others believe it was because Jackson himself was a mason and was going to reveal the plans of the Illuminati to exert population control.
What do you think? And could someone explain the difference between the Freemasons and the Illuminati to me?
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