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Reply #330 posted 11/10/17 7:56pm

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mikeyaddict said:

purplefam99 said:



Like my stage 3 cancer??? Or my stage???


My stage 3. I think perhaps the nail has been hit. I wonder when this address was created. 2014 onwards would be kinda telling.




Mikey, I thought it telling as well, perhaps. Even the other email name Peter Bravestrong. Needing to be like peter brave and strong, but why....? Mistag3???

If nothing else it is weird.
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Reply #331 posted 11/10/17 8:14pm

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My Stage, like the World is HIS stage.


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Reply #332 posted 11/10/17 8:39pm

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My Stage, like the World is HIS stage.



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Yes I offered that possibility as well to the original person who first deciphered
It as mystage, given the Peter Bravestrong and tyka’s
Comment I lean to mistag3= my stage 3, but again ??
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Reply #333 posted 11/10/17 11:48pm

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Dibblekins said:



mikeyaddict said:


purplefam99 said:
Like my stage 3 cancer??? Or my stage???

My stage 3. I think perhaps the nail has been hit. I wonder when this address was created. 2014 onwards would be kinda telling.



I don't think it's MyStage3 - the 3 = E (in stagE).



Yeah, I totally see that, but coupled with everything else it isn’t too much of a reach. That’s why I was pondering around when that was created.
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Reply #334 posted 11/11/17 7:26am

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i do not think Prince would have advertised his medical condition through the use of an email handle

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Reply #335 posted 11/11/17 8:16am

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i do not think Prince would have advertised his medical condition through the use of an email handle

but he used words and song to communicate in this exact fashion, how would this be any different.

and Peter BraveStrong???? and sending a pic/and song to Andre (per tyka) without much else.

seems his modus.

[Edited 11/11/17 8:19am]

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Reply #336 posted 11/11/17 10:42am

Menes

purplefam99 said:

XxAxX said:

i do not think Prince would have advertised his medical condition through the use of an email handle

but he used words and song to communicate in this exact fashion, how would this be any different.

and Peter BraveStrong???? and sending a pic/and song to Andre (per tyka) without much else.

seems his modus.

[Edited 11/11/17 8:19am]

Picking up on the point...Is that Prince instagram page official?

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Reply #337 posted 11/11/17 11:16am

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Dini said:

laurarichardson said:

Lord a person who is not trusting is going to buy drugs off the internet? I know it is fun to blame everything on China.

He had no prescriptions under his own name buy Dr. S wrote Rxs for him under Kirk's name. Don't you think he had done this in the past using other people's names?

Don't you think he went into the hospital under a different name? The pills were not scattered about the place. Go back to the top of this topic.

This is exactly why he would buy them off the Internet. No one needs to know. No one to spread the word. People can buy drugs anonymously. It was just that one prescription. Where did he get the other pills? Lots of people, unfortunately, buy drugs off the Internet.

Why would he buy them off the internet when he was getting Kirk to get them legally via doctors?

He could have easily gotten them from others doing the same thing.

There was no need to get pills from unknown sources period.

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Reply #338 posted 11/11/17 12:51pm

purplefam99

Menes said:



purplefam99 said:




XxAxX said:


i do not think Prince would have advertised his medical condition through the use of an email handle



but he used words and song to communicate in this exact fashion, how would this be any different.


and Peter BraveStrong???? and sending a pic/and song to Andre (per tyka) without much else.


seems his modus.


[Edited 11/11/17 8:19am]



Picking up on the point...Is that Prince instagram page official?




Menes I don’t have Instagram so I don’t know the answer to that.
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Reply #339 posted 11/11/17 1:34pm

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Menes said:

purplefam99 said:

but he used words and song to communicate in this exact fashion, how would this be any different.

and Peter BraveStrong???? and sending a pic/and song to Andre (per tyka) without much else.

seems his modus.

[Edited 11/11/17 8:19am]

Picking up on the point...Is that Prince instagram page official?

Yes it is. He called it Princetagram or something similar.

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Reply #340 posted 11/11/17 2:18pm

Menes

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Menes said:

Picking up on the point...Is that Prince instagram page official?

Yes it is. He called it Princetagram or something similar.

is this his instagram?

PRINCESTAGRAM on Instagram: “CHOCOLATE OVERDOSE ...

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Reply #341 posted 11/11/17 2:36pm

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Law enforcement and public health officials say they are alarmed by the rate at which fentanyl has infiltrated the illicit drug market and how it is transforming the face of the drug crisis, which resulted in 60,000 fatal overdoses in 2016, more than half of which were from opioids.

[Edited 11/11/17 14:38pm]

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Reply #342 posted 11/11/17 2:44pm

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In 2015, Customs alerted the DEA about one such pill press that arrived from China. The DEA got a warrant to place a GPS tracker inside the shipment and traced it to Gary Resnik, a 32-year-old man.

When they searched Resnik's home, agents found six pill presses and nearly 30 pounds of acetyl-fentanyl. The DEA alleges that Resnik and three other men were importing the synthetic opiate, making their own pills and selling them in bulk.

Authorities later charged Resnik and others with federal narcotics and money laundering in the Los Angeles area. Martin explained that pill presses have made it easier for drug dealers to make millions of dollars out of their homes, without being affiliated with any kind of big drug cartel. It's cheap and easy to order wholesale fentanyl powder and a pill press online.

For $5,000 to $6,000, Martin said, someone could potentially make $10 million worth of fake pills.

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Reply #343 posted 11/11/17 4:25pm

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Menes said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Yes it is. He called it Princetagram or something similar.

is this his instagram?

PRINCESTAGRAM on Instagram: “CHOCOLATE OVERDOSE ...

It is Menes, and I remember when he posted that..

There was also an article that appeared in a newspaper because he had shared a LOT

of pictures over a very short period of time...

I remember being shocked by this picture after 4/21

but then a very innocent story appeared , about how it occured

It was a joke for someone,maybe Kiran SHarma

I dont remember exactly who ?DId anyone else read about that ??

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Reply #344 posted 11/11/17 4:48pm

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Lovejunky said:

Menes said:

is this his instagram?

PRINCESTAGRAM on Instagram: “CHOCOLATE OVERDOSE ...

It is Menes, and I remember when he posted that..

There was also an article that appeared in a newspaper because he had shared a LOT

of pictures over a very short period of time...

I remember being shocked by this picture after 4/21

but then a very innocent story appeared , about how it occured

It was a joke for someone,maybe Kiran SHarma

I dont remember exactly who ?DId anyone else read about that ??

If it was meant as a joke then it's still a little bit weird. FOR THE RECORD: I don't believe in a conspiracy in his death, I really believe it was an accident. But it's really strange that he's wearing black clothes on that picture, staging an overdose..........

Man, this was funny before he died, you know? Just a little joke. But now that he's dead and the cause is an overdose, it's really one of those posts that can send shivers down your spine.

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Reply #345 posted 11/11/17 5:08pm

Menes

Lovejunky said:

Menes said:

is this his instagram?

PRINCESTAGRAM on Instagram: “CHOCOLATE OVERDOSE ...

It is Menes, and I remember when he posted that..

There was also an article that appeared in a newspaper because he had shared a LOT

of pictures over a very short period of time...

I remember being shocked by this picture after 4/21

but then a very innocent story appeared , about how it occured

It was a joke for someone,maybe Kiran SHarma

I dont remember exactly who ?DId anyone else read about that ??

The real back story to that is that he changed the caption from its original caption to the "overdose" caption you see . I only posted that to support what Purplefam99 had written concerning the way he conveyed messages. What he meant by it, only he knows. Why he changed the caption to that , only he knows.

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Reply #346 posted 11/11/17 5:17pm

206Michelle

laurarichardson said:

Menes said:

When you say custom made, I guess you mean that he had a specific vendor/person that he could order (or get) any legitimate pill(as in not counterfeit) he wanted without a prescription? If so, you can do that with the thousands of no-prescription on line pharmacies around the world if you've done enough homework on which online vendor you need to use.

I think the point that you have risen is worth plenty because I don't believe any of the pills that were confiscated were ever labeled as counterfeit. Maybe they were , but I don't remember them being described as such.

For your records:

Health Outcomes in Patien...Online ...

[Edited 11/7/17 7:58am]

But he would not know some random person working at a online pharmacy. I mean he knew and trusted the person who made these pills or the person who procured them. We know he had a subonxe pill and they are suppose to be hard to obtain. Do not rule out a MD being involved in all of this.

Dr. S is even suspect to me because he did not admit to writting Rx for Prince under Kirk's name to protect his privacy which is illegal.

The police would have to go thru dozens of people's names to find out if Prince used other associates names or if he got these pills straight from someone manufacturing them and wholesaling them to dealers.

I do not see him using the internet or going to some street corner. Everything he did was too stay under the radar and he did this so well the police and the DEA have hit a brick wall.

I would not be surprised if he did not reach out to someone from the old neighborhood.

Regarding Dr. Schulenburg:

"Prince documents unsealed: No meds in home were prescribed to him"

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/0...index.html

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"Schulenburg is a local doctor who arrived at Paisley Park after the singer's body was found in an elevator inside the complex, according to the documents.
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The doctor left his job at North Memorial Medical Center nearly three weeks after Prince's death.
According to a search warrant, Schulenberg told investigators he saw Prince on April 7 and April 20, and prescribed medications for Prince to be picked up at a Walgreens pharmacy. He went to Paisley Park on April 21 -- the day Prince was found -- to drop off test results, he said.
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Schulenberg said Monday he did not prescribe any opioid painkillers to Prince."

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Reply #347 posted 11/11/17 7:37pm

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Yes and he posted that photo.

Menes said:

ISaidLifeIsJustAGame said:

Yes it is. He called it Princetagram or something similar.

is this his instagram?

PRINCESTAGRAM on Instagram: “CHOCOLATE OVERDOSE ...

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Reply #348 posted 11/11/17 9:00pm

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muleFunk said:



Dini said:




laurarichardson said:



Lord a person who is not trusting is going to buy drugs off the internet? I know it is fun to blame everything on China.



He had no prescriptions under his own name buy Dr. S wrote Rxs for him under Kirk's name. Don't you think he had done this in the past using other people's names?



Don't you think he went into the hospital under a different name? The pills were not scattered about the place. Go back to the top of this topic.




This is exactly why he would buy them off the Internet. No one needs to know. No one to spread the word. People can buy drugs anonymously. It was just that one prescription. Where did he get the other pills? Lots of people, unfortunately, buy drugs off the Internet.




Why would he buy them off the internet when he was getting Kirk to get them legally via doctors?


He could have easily gotten them from others doing the same thing.



There was no need to get pills from unknown sources period.


Exactly he got legit pills from Dr. S via Kirk and neither are doing a day of jail time.
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Reply #349 posted 11/11/17 9:03pm

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206Michelle said:



laurarichardson said:




Menes said:



When you say custom made, I guess you mean that he had a specific vendor/person that he could order (or get) any legitimate pill(as in not counterfeit) he wanted without a prescription? If so, you can do that with the thousands of no-prescription on line pharmacies around the world if you've done enough homework on which online vendor you need to use.

I think the point that you have risen is worth plenty because I don't believe any of the pills that were confiscated were ever labeled as counterfeit. Maybe they were , but I don't remember them being described as such.

For your records:

Health Outcomes in Patien...Online ...


[Edited 11/7/17 7:58am]



But he would not know some random person working at a online pharmacy. I mean he knew and trusted the person who made these pills or the person who procured them. We know he had a subonxe pill and they are suppose to be hard to obtain. Do not rule out a MD being involved in all of this.



Dr. S is even suspect to me because he did not admit to writting Rx for Prince under Kirk's name to protect his privacy which is illegal.



The police would have to go thru dozens of people's names to find out if Prince used other associates names or if he got these pills straight from someone manufacturing them and wholesaling them to dealers.



I do not see him using the internet or going to some street corner. Everything he did was too stay under the radar and he did this so well the police and the DEA have hit a brick wall.



I would not be surprised if he did not reach out to someone from the old neighborhood.



Regarding Dr. Schulenburg:



"Prince documents unsealed: No meds in home were prescribed to him"



Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/0...index.html


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"Schulenburg is a local doctor who arrived at Paisley Park after the singer's body was found in an elevator inside the complex, according to the documents.

.

The doctor left his job at North Memorial Medical Center nearly three weeks after Prince's death.

According to a search warrant, Schulenberg told investigators he saw Prince on April 7 and April 20, and prescribed medications for Prince to be picked up at a Walgreens pharmacy. He went to Paisley Park on April 21 -- the day Prince was found -- to drop off test results, he said.

.

Schulenberg said Monday he did not prescribe any opioid painkillers to Prince."




Sigh, In the serch warrant Dr.S is said to have said he did prescribe painkillers to Prince written for Kirk. Dr. S then put out a press release saying he did not. You have three people who should be in cuffs and they are not.
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Reply #350 posted 11/11/17 9:50pm

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The legit pills isn't what caused his death.

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Reply #351 posted 11/12/17 5:21am

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PennyPurple said:

The legit pills isn't what caused his death.

We've been saying this for almost 2 years now.

WE know this.

Instead of the focus being .... "OH Prince was a drug addict . " It should be why did he have 60 fake Vicodin pills when he could have gotten real ones and Where did they come from.

If those pills would have shown up after his death the DEA would have been on it like a duck on a June bug. Those pills haven't shown up anywhere outside of Paisley Park. I don't think a pill presser would have stopped at 60 pills.

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Reply #352 posted 11/12/17 9:08am

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---------- I was aware of the withdrawals comment coming from his camp. Dr. S put a press release that pain pills were Kirk not Prince. Not sure way he told on himself with cops and then changed his story and appears to be getting away with it. Is it not interesting that Ondansetron ODT is often prescribed for the following. --- his medication is used alone or with other medications to prevent nausea and vomiting caused by cancer drug treatment (chemotherapy) and radiation therapy. It is also used to prevent and treat nausea and vomiting after surgery. It works by blocking one of the body's natural substances (serotonin) that causes vomiting. --- Note that Prince was suppose to be in withdrawal but Dr. S was seeing him for joint pain and none of the drugs Dr. S prescribed would have helped ween him off of pain medications or had anything to do with joint pain. I would bet that Prince had seen had doctor in the past under an assumed name either in the U.S or oversees and I bet his former manager is well aware of it. [Edited 11/2/17 11:05am] ----- Also note the drugs Doctor S prescribed. The diazepam was found in Prince's system but does anyone find it odd that he was prescribed so many drugs for anixiety along with the hydro that Kirk had? Hydroxyzine is used to treat itching caused by allergies. It is an antihistamine and works by blocking a certain natural substance (histamine) that your body makes during an allergic reaction. Hydroxyzine may also be used short-term to treat anxietyor to help you feel sleepy/relaxed before and after surgery. ------- Clonidine lowers blood pressure by decreasing the levels of certain chemicals in your blood. This allows your blood vessels to relax and your heart to beat more slowly and easily. The Catapres brand of clonidine is used to treat hypertension (high blood pressure). The Kapvay brand is used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder( Valium, known as diazepam in its generic form, is a benzodiazepine primarily used for short-term relief from symptoms of anxiety disorders in children older than six months, adolescents, and adults. It may help relieve excessive worry, shortness of breath or heavy perspiration, feelings of edginess, and difficulty sleeping due to anxiety. Valium can also be used to treat alcohol withdrawal, seizures, muscle spasms, or as a relaxing agent before medical procedures. ------- The Valium should not be taken with other Certain over-the-counter, prescription medications, and supplements can increase the risk of side effects or the levels of diazepam in the body including: alcohol, antihistamines, pain relievers, muscle relaxants, or other drugs that promote sleep and relieve anxiety. Remember Andrew brought the Subxone for his as well. I am sorry but I think Prince was going to have problems even if the Fentenyl had not gotten to him. [Edited 11/2/17 11:18am] I think he had a doctor who out of his element and associates who were just as clueless. [Edited 11/2/17 11:20am]
Ondansetron can also given when ur on pain relief medication as these type of medication can cause stomach complication / vomiting. Diazepam is also used as a muscle relaxer. Clonidine is also used for pain management. neutral neutral it is difficult for doctor and patient to work out a pain medication protocol that works that also doesn’t cause other adverse complications.

Clonidine has also been used for many years as an off label treatment for nicotine and opiod withdrawls. It's a miserable drug. I was prescribed it years ago to treat insomina.

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Reply #353 posted 11/12/17 10:26am

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This toxic brew of chemicals, injested in random sequences and amounts, may also have contributed to a disturbed/non-reality-based, pre-fatal dose, idealization of 'peace', 'going home,' free-at-last of pain and loneliness, it's all in Gods' hands, whatever state of mind.

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Reply #354 posted 11/12/17 10:50am

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muleFunk said:

PennyPurple said:

The legit pills isn't what caused his death.

We've been saying this for almost 2 years now.

WE know this.

Instead of the focus being .... "OH Prince was a drug addict . " It should be why did he have 60 fake Vicodin pills when he could have gotten real ones and Where did they come from.

If those pills would have shown up after his death the DEA would have been on it like a duck on a June bug. Those pills haven't shown up anywhere outside of Paisley Park. I don't think a pill presser would have stopped at 60 pills.

Weren't you the one who said he had leukemia?

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Reply #355 posted 11/12/17 11:27am

206Michelle

laurarichardson said:

206Michelle said:



laurarichardson said:




Menes said:



When you say custom made, I guess you mean that he had a specific vendor/person that he could order (or get) any legitimate pill(as in not counterfeit) he wanted without a prescription? If so, you can do that with the thousands of no-prescription on line pharmacies around the world if you've done enough homework on which online vendor you need to use.

I think the point that you have risen is worth plenty because I don't believe any of the pills that were confiscated were ever labeled as counterfeit. Maybe they were , but I don't remember them being described as such.

For your records:

Health Outcomes in Patien...Online ...


[Edited 11/7/17 7:58am]



But he would not know some random person working at a online pharmacy. I mean he knew and trusted the person who made these pills or the person who procured them. We know he had a subonxe pill and they are suppose to be hard to obtain. Do not rule out a MD being involved in all of this.



Dr. S is even suspect to me because he did not admit to writting Rx for Prince under Kirk's name to protect his privacy which is illegal.



The police would have to go thru dozens of people's names to find out if Prince used other associates names or if he got these pills straight from someone manufacturing them and wholesaling them to dealers.



I do not see him using the internet or going to some street corner. Everything he did was too stay under the radar and he did this so well the police and the DEA have hit a brick wall.



I would not be surprised if he did not reach out to someone from the old neighborhood.



Regarding Dr. Schulenburg:



"Prince documents unsealed: No meds in home were prescribed to him"



Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/0...index.html


.



"Schulenburg is a local doctor who arrived at Paisley Park after the singer's body was found in an elevator inside the complex, according to the documents.

.

The doctor left his job at North Memorial Medical Center nearly three weeks after Prince's death.

According to a search warrant, Schulenberg told investigators he saw Prince on April 7 and April 20, and prescribed medications for Prince to be picked up at a Walgreens pharmacy. He went to Paisley Park on April 21 -- the day Prince was found -- to drop off test results, he said.

.

Schulenberg said Monday he did not prescribe any opioid painkillers to Prince."




Sigh, In the serch warrant Dr.S is said to have said he did prescribe painkillers to Prince written for Kirk. Dr. S then put out a press release saying he did not. You have three people who should be in cuffs and they are not.


Exactly, Dr. S contradicted himself. One day he says he prescribed painkillers for Prince, but another day he says he didn’t prescribe painkillers for Prince. I wonder, did he violate HIPAA by sharing information about what he did/didn’t prescribe for Prince?
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Reply #356 posted 11/12/17 11:47am

Menes

laurarichardson said:

206Michelle said:

Regarding Dr. Schulenburg:

"Prince documents unsealed: No meds in home were prescribed to him"

By Sara Sidner, Rosalina Nieves and Alanne Orjoux, CNN

Updated 9:50 AM ET, Tue April 18, 2017

Source: http://www.cnn.com/2017/0...index.html

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"Schulenburg is a local doctor who arrived at Paisley Park after the singer's body was found in an elevator inside the complex, according to the documents.
.
The doctor left his job at North Memorial Medical Center nearly three weeks after Prince's death.
According to a search warrant, Schulenberg told investigators he saw Prince on April 7 and April 20, and prescribed medications for Prince to be picked up at a Walgreens pharmacy. He went to Paisley Park on April 21 -- the day Prince was found -- to drop off test results, he said.
.
Schulenberg said Monday he did not prescribe any opioid painkillers to Prince."

Sigh, In the serch warrant Dr.S is said to have said he did prescribe painkillers to Prince written for Kirk. Dr. S then put out a press release saying he did not. You have three people who should be in cuffs and they are not.

I think the mix up is in what was found in the bottle as opposed to what was prescribed. There are two parts to this story. We know from the warrant that Schuleneberg met with Prince and prescribed him lLonidine, Hydroxyzine Pamoate and Diazepam. According to the warrant ,Kirk picked up those prescriptions on 4/20/2016 from Walgreens so you would think those were legitimate. He said that was the first time he had done something like that for Prince. That's part (1). Dr. Schulenberg' statement is that he saw Prince on two occasions. (4-7-2016 and 4-20-2016). Dr. Schulenberg also admitted that he prescribed Prince a prescription for oxycodone the same day as the emergency plane landing (4-14-2016) but put the prescription in Kirk Johnson's name for Prince's privacy. That's part (2). That is the jist of the Dr. Schulenberg/Kirk/Prince connection.



Now, On 4-21-2016 ( the day Prince was found deceased) a suitcase was found next to his bed. Inside that suitcase were prescriptions pill bottles in the name of Johnson (this is where the confusion comes in). The examination of those pills in the suitcase revealed that not all the pills inside the containers were pills listed on the prescription. So, the prescription bottles that Kirk had in his name is legitimate but someone switched the pills to make it appear as though they were legitimate when they were not.

For instance, the Vitamin D bottle (prescription) had the Ondanestron Hydrochloride in there.

A second prescription bottle, said to contain Ondansetron , contained the controlled substance Acetaminophen/oxycodone.

The date those medications were prescribed to Johnson , according to the pill bottles , was 4/7/2016. The medications were prescribed by Dr.Schulenberg.

So in essence, the only drugs that were prescribed to Prince and are in Prince's name, are the ones Dr.Schulenberg prescribed for him that Kirk picked up on 4-20-2016. All the other pills that were found in Paisley park remains unaccounted for ( Prince's name) or having been entered into the monitor program data base.

That means that if Kirk had other prescriptions with his name on it, and only one shows up for Dr. Schulenberg in the data base, Kirk had another doctor writing prescriptions for him that has nothing to do with this case.

The big take away was who was switching out the illicit pills into legitimate prescription bottles. Either one person was setting the other up to deflect and throw off the entire investigation, or, it was pre-arranged that way by both.

[Edited 11/12/17 11:48am]

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PennyPurple said:

muleFunk said:

We've been saying this for almost 2 years now.

WE know this.

Instead of the focus being .... "OH Prince was a drug addict . " It should be why did he have 60 fake Vicodin pills when he could have gotten real ones and Where did they come from.

If those pills would have shown up after his death the DEA would have been on it like a duck on a June bug. Those pills haven't shown up anywhere outside of Paisley Park. I don't think a pill presser would have stopped at 60 pills.

Weren't you the one who said he had leukemia?

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Menes said:

laurarichardson said:

206Michelle said: Sigh, In the serch warrant Dr.S is said to have said he did prescribe painkillers to Prince written for Kirk. Dr. S then put out a press release saying he did not. You have three people who should be in cuffs and they are not.

I think the mix up is in what was found in the bottle as opposed to what was prescribed. There are two parts to this story. We know from the warrant that Schuleneberg met with Prince and prescribed him lLonidine, Hydroxyzine Pamoate and Diazepam. According to the warrant ,Kirk picked up those prescriptions on 4/20/2016 from Walgreens so you would think those were legitimate. He said that was the first time he had done something like that for Prince. That's part (1). Dr. Schulenberg' statement is that he saw Prince on two occasions. (4-7-2016 and 4-20-2016). Dr. Schulenberg also admitted that he prescribed Prince a prescription for oxycodone the same day as the emergency plane landing (4-14-2016) but put the prescription in Kirk Johnson's name for Prince's privacy. That's part (2). That is the jist of the Dr. Schulenberg/Kirk/Prince connection.



Now, On 4-21-2016 ( the day Prince was found deceased) a suitcase was found next to his bed. Inside that suitcase were prescriptions pill bottles in the name of Johnson (this is where the confusion comes in). The examination of those pills in the suitcase revealed that not all the pills inside the containers were pills listed on the prescription. So, the prescription bottles that Kirk had in his name is legitimate but someone switched the pills to make it appear as though they were legitimate when they were not.

For instance, the Vitamin D bottle (prescription) had the Ondanestron Hydrochloride in there.

A second prescription bottle, said to contain Ondansetron , contained the controlled substance Acetaminophen/oxycodone.

The date those medications were prescribed to Johnson , according to the pill bottles , was 4/7/2016. The medications were prescribed by Dr.Schulenberg.

So in essence, the only drugs that were prescribed to Prince and are in Prince's name, are the ones Dr.Schulenberg prescribed for him that Kirk picked up on 4-20-2016. All the other pills that were found in Paisley park remains unaccounted for ( Prince's name) or having been entered into the monitor program data base.

That means that if Kirk had other prescriptions with his name on it, and only one shows up for Dr. Schulenberg in the data base, Kirk had another doctor writing prescriptions for him that has nothing to do with this case.

The big take away was who was switching out the illicit pills into legitimate prescription bottles. Either one person was setting the other up to deflect and throw off the entire investigation, or, it was pre-arranged that way by both.

[Edited 11/12/17 11:48am]

OR were these pills just thrown around helter-skelter in drug induced fogs...percocet? oxy?

it's all good...anything that gets me out of my body. The numbers and variety of various pills, legit and street, indicate to me that's why he had been called a "pill man"...If anyone out there has ever been in close proximity to an addict, you know chaos and disorder is not unusual.

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Menes said:

I think the mix up is in what was found in the bottle as opposed to what was prescribed. There are two parts to this story. We know from the warrant that Schuleneberg met with Prince and prescribed him lLonidine, Hydroxyzine Pamoate and Diazepam. According to the warrant ,Kirk picked up those prescriptions on 4/20/2016 from Walgreens so you would think those were legitimate. He said that was the first time he had done something like that for Prince. That's part (1). Dr. Schulenberg' statement is that he saw Prince on two occasions. (4-7-2016 and 4-20-2016). Dr. Schulenberg also admitted that he prescribed Prince a prescription for oxycodone the same day as the emergency plane landing (4-14-2016) but put the prescription in Kirk Johnson's name for Prince's privacy. That's part (2). That is the jist of the Dr. Schulenberg/Kirk/Prince connection.



Now, On 4-21-2016 ( the day Prince was found deceased) a suitcase was found next to his bed. Inside that suitcase were prescriptions pill bottles in the name of Johnson (this is where the confusion comes in). The examination of those pills in the suitcase revealed that not all the pills inside the containers were pills listed on the prescription. So, the prescription bottles that Kirk had in his name is legitimate but someone switched the pills to make it appear as though they were legitimate when they were not.

For instance, the Vitamin D bottle (prescription) had the Ondanestron Hydrochloride in there.

A second prescription bottle, said to contain Ondansetron , contained the controlled substance Acetaminophen/oxycodone.

The date those medications were prescribed to Johnson , according to the pill bottles , was 4/7/2016. The medications were prescribed by Dr.Schulenberg.

So in essence, the only drugs that were prescribed to Prince and are in Prince's name, are the ones Dr.Schulenberg prescribed for him that Kirk picked up on 4-20-2016. All the other pills that were found in Paisley park remains unaccounted for ( Prince's name) or having been entered into the monitor program data base.

That means that if Kirk had other prescriptions with his name on it, and only one shows up for Dr. Schulenberg in the data base, Kirk had another doctor writing prescriptions for him that has nothing to do with this case.

The big take away was who was switching out the illicit pills into legitimate prescription bottles. Either one person was setting the other up to deflect and throw off the entire investigation, or, it was pre-arranged that way by both.

[Edited 11/12/17 11:48am]

OR were these pills just thrown around helter-skelter in drug induced fogs...percocet? oxy?

it's all good...anything that gets me out of my body. The numbers and variety of various pills, legit and street, indicate to me that's why he had been called a "pill man"...If anyone out there has ever been in close proximity to an addict, you know chaos and disorder is not unusual.

I don't think the warrants indicate that they were thrown around "helter skelter". What is clear is that there were placed in places Prince would frequently visit and concealed in containers that looked like vitamin /prescription bottles. Easy to find, easy to identify, easy to disguise.

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