Are you helping this fella out on this station or just complaining about the silly facts they claim for us? What station is it by the way..I'll tell them! So will GINGER!Wow, that site if full of gems ...
About Parker: "Not a Colonel by military rank, but by self-acclaim ..."
Just so wrong. Guess they missed the part of Parker's life when he had the honorary rank of Colonel bestowed on him. Oh well.
Oh, and they bring out the old "blame the Army" line too, for Elvis' drug use. Fair enough, the Army gave him his first amphetamines. But they fail to mention the vast majority of soldiers who left the Army without continuing to take drugs!
"It is said that Col. Parker gave Elvis tranquilizers to help calm him down, especially if there was something the Colonel didn't want Elvis to have any input with such as a new offer that he knew Elvis would want but he did not want Elvis to take ..."
It is said? By whom? Baseless allegations do not a good website make!
"Elvis' personal nurse, Marian Cocke, was loyal in her approval and disapproval of certain meds and correct to wonder with great concern about all of it ..."
Yet, she kept giving Elvis his meds, then later wrote a book. But because that book portrayed Elvis as a nice boy, she is forgiven. Please.
"He had had a deformed colon since birth ..." Yeah? Says who?
"An aching back attributed from a couple of different ailments ..." Says who?
"His heart became a problem since his first heart attack ..." Since his WHAT now?
"Near the end, Elvis could barely walk out to the stage on his own and had to be helped ..." Really? In Concert and other home movie footage of the time disproves this.
"It was not drugs that made him appear listless and spacy ..." Uh-huh. What was it then?
"Elvis at one of his last concerts, looking pale and bloated". - photo caption from a concert pic ... from July ... 1973.
"Rick Stanley had a serious drug problem of which he blamed Elvis ..." Where exactly did Rick blame Elvis for his drug usage? What words did he use?
"Dr. Nick and other physicians, namely, two, forced Elvis into what appeared to be a daily regimen of medicating during tours ..." FORCED?!!!
"Ginger Alden amazingly took a shower and put on her makeup in the very bathroom where Elvis lie dead on the floor. This is way out of line and unbelievable and unacceptable inhuman behavior." And it's also completely UNTRUE!!
Geez. There's defending Elvis, then there's being completely, utterly deluded about what happened to him.
But you have a few things wrong in here also sweetie.