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Jimi Hendrix Quotes | When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will I Love Quotes • 81, Pins More ideas from Jimi Hendrix Quotes. Farewell Quotes to Make a Touching Goodbye . Jimi Hendrix: "The story of life is quicker than the blink of an eye, the story of love is hello, goodbye." And until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of his hand.". Sometimes the play Romeo and Juliet is named as the source, but I have Quote Investigator: In the Italian-language opera Falstaff with.
He's suggesting Burdon, Slater, and even Monika made-up some crazy stories about cleaning out the flat before the ambulance came. Why would they do that if they had cleaned the flat after the hospital? Caesar's gone mad here! The previous version was that they couldn't call the ambulance because of the drugs in the flat. Meanwhile Burdon is quoted in Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood as saying he, Alvenia, and Monika cleaned the flat in the morning "before the police arrived".
Hello Caesar, even Monika admits Slater, Barrett, and Stickells cleaned the flat before the ambulance came. What are you trying to get away with here man??? Two very simple answers which Dr. This is actually a good point. We'll have to find-out if the conditions in the flat, along with the intense barbiturate level, and alcohol, somehow helped delay rigor mortis? Those chemicals are a muscle relaxant and Jimi was full of wine. Caesar ignores the fact Bannister did note signs of necrosis in the cheeks and soft tissues.
The ambulance attendants also noted that the vomit was hard and dry - meaning it had time to set and indicated a period of time after death had occurred.
They also noticed gurgling sounds from Jimi being full of wine. So while Caesar accuses people of "overlooking" he himself overlooks the fact this claim doesn't do anything to overturn the forensic evidence witnessed by Dr Bannister and the autopsy.
Only signed and dated statements given to the police counts as evidence, and these statement are fully consistent. Hearsay and runours do not count a single bit.
Monika's lies are confirmed. How dare Caesar try to deny them.
Caesar should know that Monika's story drastically changed even within police reports. Again, Caesar is showing himself as credulous. Even worse, the full examination of all of Monika's stories proves she has to be lying.
Monika ended-up dead shortly before being forced to explain them. None of this bothers Caesar! There you have Caesar Glebbeek, in the yearhaving the nerve to publicly claim Monika's stories were "consistent"!
The only drug in the flat was a tiny block of hash which was thrown out in the garden. I can't understand how Caesar would think he could get away with not explaining why, then, Monika told people she couldn't call the ambulance because there "were too many drugs in the flat"? Doesn't he understand that by diminishing the amount of drugs in the flat he then has to explain why they took so long to call the ambulance?
Caesar gets around all this by brazenly sticking to Monika's official story. We all know that that story is a complete lie. Again, the registered conflicts in all this doesn't seem to bother Caesar. He never bothers to go past the weakest excuse and venture in to the full body of conflicting accounts, or why they conflicted. Instead, Jimi was naked. Ambulance chap Reginald Jones: I think he was completely undressed.
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There's a clear case of dishonest revisionism going on here that needs to be accounted for. Again, Caesar never asks the attendant why he told a completely-opposite story before? This doesn't seem to bother Caesar, and he doesn't seem to be interested in the reason.
Ambulance chap John Suau: The bladder and bowels had not voided then and neither did they in the ambulance on the journey to the hospital There was no mess in the ambulance caused by our patient Suau was the one who was quoted before as saying Jimi lost his bowels in the ambulance and it made a real mess that needed to be cleaned-out.
I think they may have been gotten to, which only shows the true dangerous dimensions of this I was pointing-out. But since Jimi arrived at St. Mary Abbots Hospital at While making an overt apology for Monika, Caesar forgets that Monika herself was quoted in Inner World as saying some German doctors determined that Jimi had not received a lethal dose and that the Vesparax would not have killed Jimi on their own.
But Jimi didn't die that way anyway. He was drowned in wine as Dr Bannister and the forensic evidence showed. Caesar is committing an outrageous travesty here. While he claims Jimi took the Vesparax at 7: Burdon even added "it may have been even earlier, like in the early morning hours". Jimi most-likely ingested the pills closer to 4am or even earlier. This is an outrage! We will answer this for we have a good case of honestly-figured evidence.Clexa - May we meet again
I can't comment on the disgust I feel that Caesar would dare do this to Jimi. This outrageous effort is obviously Caesar trying to force all the evidence to fit Monika's long-disproven official account. It's flaws are so obvious that it doesn't take much to refute it. This is a terrible campaign of disinformation that should be shunned. Please can we see this forensic evidence? Don't forget that Bannister was working on a long dead body of "an unusually tall man": Hospital, before and after death" dino77 Hail Caesar, his arguments are convincing to me.
Can we see these sworn testimonies? I know this is difficult and I would have preferred to see Univibes put out a hefty book of full investigation around all the facts and hearsay rather than a fanzine special edition, especially at that price. However for Caesar and anyone with any sense, Jimi was not dead at the Samarkand, which was why he was taken to casualty and not the morgue.
What is more, the ambulance men were permitted to take him away because he wasn't dead. As a young man Jeffery had profited from two mysteriously well-timed fires, one at a nightclub and another at a coffee bar he owned in Newcastle. The insurance payments allowed him to set up management of the Animals and open the Club A-Go- Go for them to play in. In he even sent a virtual Hendrix out on tour — showing a film of Hendrix in concert, with support acts appearing beforehand. So Jeffery had motive and ability.
Had he the opportunity? No one knows where Jeffery was that night. Days later, he was tracked down to Majorca, where he had a nightclub.
The ambulancemen and police who found Hendrix are interviewed. All concur that they found the door to the flat open, which suggests a hasty exit. It is now universally discredited.
A German figure-skater turned drug-taker and fantasist, she was with Hendrix the night he died. She claimed that he fell unconscious when she popped out for cigarettes, that he was alive when the ambulance arrived, that it was their blunders that led to his death.
This is denied in every detail by all the authorities involved. After his death she became reclusive and litigious. Was she involved in the death? Did Jeffery somehow get her out of the way? Or was it she who gave Hendrix nine of the extra-strength tablets?
She committed suicide inso we will never know. He knew the man, of course. So The Times contacted other experts who might shed some light. A former musician, he interviewed all the key players still aliveand immersed himself in the Hendrix literature.
When I made my documentary there were a couple of people who claimed, offcamera, that Monika was in New York two weeks after Jimi died, and who heard her in close conversation with Mike Jeffery. Next, the Hendrix obsessive Yazid Manou, who befriended Dannemann. Initially, he had assumed that Wright was simply a desperate figure with a book to promote.
And he put us on to a vital witness. Numerous biographies state that Douglas was the man Hendrix wanted as his new manager. We never once talked about it. He asked me who I had robbed to get the money to go to England. My father is a very strict man. He would straight away grab hold of me, tear my clothes off and cut my hair! Just to tease him a little bit, and because he paid for my first guitar. Why do you wear your hair like that? I think maybe because my dad used to cut it all the time when I was a kid, and I used to go to school looking like a plucked chicken.
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Maybe that gave me a complex. Do you comb your hair? No, I use a brush.
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A comb would get stuck. The strands, you see, are vibrations.
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Why is it necessary to be dressed peculiarly? Where is fashion going? Maybe people will wear different colored sheets, like in the olden days. I swear you should have gotten someone else for this interview.
Are you glad to be back in London? Why do you carry two dimes in your shoe? That was all I had when I landed in this country. What do you think of the British police?
I think the police are very groovy over here. Do you take LSD? Do I look like I do? How does the British hippie scene compare to that in the States?
The movement is not as organized over here. Do the teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi appeal to you? If you really believe in yourself, you can think it out on your own. What do you do in your spare time? Mostly I sit at home here playing records. I always have the feeling that I will arrive at one of these things in all my own gear, and they might not let me in.