Just a few questions / thoughts :
about who had access to Michael's room and upper floor : It doesn't really surprise me that he wouldn't allow access to his room : that's his only really private room in the house. So my thought on this is that he would allow access to the upper floor to certain staff members, and these staff members were not necessarily allowed in his room. What I mean is, it is possible that Dr Murray was allowed on upper floor, but not in Michael's room, and this could have applied to other staff members.
Also, Micheal got in trouble before with certain people he allowed to his room (staff stealing from him, just one example, there are others).
Do we know who was cleaning the house ? These people certainly have interesting info.
I think I read somewhere (search warants) that empty cigarette packs were found in the master bathroom. I thought that was strange, since Micheal didn't smoke, and from what I heard, didn't like the smell of cigarettes and so wouldn't allow people to smoke around him, didn't even allow people to smoke indoors at Neverland. Not sure if it is useful at this moment, because we don't know how many bathrooms there were in the house, which one he was using, if the cigarettes packs were there before he passed away, etc.. Still, that detail caught my attention.
Now about the autopsy : There is no way I would want these pictures posted anywhere, or shown publicly in anyway. It is a huge lack of respect for him, and his family and friends. Each person deals with death in their own way, and some of us do not want to see the body of a dead loved one. That's my case. My father died 2 months ago, I haven't seen his body after his death, and definitely didn't want to : I don't want this kind of memory of him. An autopsy report would be enough to understand what happened. I think I would able to see them, I was just thinking about his kids, brothers and sisters, Katherine and Joe, or any other person who was close to him. It's their decision to see these pictures or not, so what would happen if they were made to, because some of them are leaked ? It sounds horrifying to me.
Anyway, I was surprised by the bruises also, it doesn't look like the place where you would do CPR. I'm not a doctor, so I could be wrong, but I know that when you're doing CPR, you often break a few ribs in the process, so ??? Anyway, I agree with Victoria, I don't really believe the autopsy "pictures" are real.
Still about the autopsy, why would Joe ask the UCLA for their medical reports if the family had a second autopsy done ? I remember this was debated in another thread, and some of the posters doubted there was a second autopsy at all.
Well just now it occured to me that UCLA doesn't have the autopsy report, do they ? So all he can get from them are the medical reports from the ER ???
more questions than answers....