What gets me is that the LAPD may have really botched this. Why shouldn't it have been treated like a crime scene immediately until proven otherwise? It took them two days, and after others went in and basically cleaned the place out, before they went in to really look for any evidence of foul play. Did they drop the ball?
Immdediately after his death we had people reporting that he was in really bad health. Yet that newly released video footage of him rehersing two days before his death sure didn't look like he was ailing. At least not to the extent the public was being told.
It's sad, but I've got a sneaky hunch that his death was caused by medication, for whatever reason, being prescribed him. And his personal physician, who made the 911 call, will be at the center of it all. Just a hunch. This whole thing just seems fishy.... and tragic.