Have you even done CPR on someone you loved? Leave now if you don't like graphic. Let me tell you the details never ever leave you head and it is torture. You go back through every single detail and ask yourself if you did everything right. Did you fully clear the airway of vomit? Did you use strong enough breaths? You remember the color of their face, blue, white, whatever. You try to remember if you heard even the tiniest breath of life. You remember exactly what the body felt like. You question if you did the right thing by even trying. You don't forget. Period! It is played out like a nightmare in slow motion,in your head forever. Right after you do it, no, for me the details are not clear because you are in post-traumatic stress situation. After the fog wears off then it all comes back unfortunately.
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Yeh, that's a detail I wouldn't get hung up on. But if he did call Weintraub, it may have been to tell him that it looked like the shows booked weren't going to happen. (even if they could revive him) Why that would be important right at that moment??????
If you read that article , it wasn't Joe that did that interview anyway. It was Weintraub. I've read Patricks book.
He makes some good points , but in the long run it is "his conclusions" and I'm not sure why he or anyone thinks "his conclusions" are better than anyone else in the long run.
"I have learned never to ridicule any man's opinion, however strange it may seem."
Because Weintraube remains friends with Lisa and Pricilla, even being Lisa's agent, I would take it with a grain of salt.
It sounds like he is a good agent too. So I think Lisa's decision is probably a wise one. I have no problem with that at all. But it does serve him well to stay in Cilla's good graces. No? BTW I'm curious as to how much time he actually spent with Elvis?
I stand corrected Joe didn't say the paramedics broke his legs it was the guy on the dvd "Elvis the final chapter" that said this..i forget his name..oh Don Wilson was the dude. My appologies.