Unsettling details from the deathbed of Michael Jackson have surfaced, painting a tragic story of a failed rescue attempt for the singer.
British paper News of the World has published photos of the the final tableau in Jackson's Bel Air rental home, allegedly taken June 26 by a family insider after the space was deemed a possible crime scene by investigators.
The paper confirmed a laundry list of items shown in the pics, all of which they claim were confirmed by investigators. Among the items shown:
-Ambu-Pump Air Bag (to facilitate CPR then assist breathing) and its instruction manual.
-A Makeshift Tourniquet, which appears to be a string of fabric believed to have assisted fine tying off Jackson.
These items, strewn in different locations, could imply a frantic struggle to revive the singer.
Other items found in and around the bed: a strand of prayer beads, a strewn doll that is said to normally sit prominently on the mattress, a CD/DVD and alcohol-soaked pads normally used to disinfect the skin before an injection.