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TV producer and host Dick Clark died of a "massive heart attack" after a medical procedure at St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica, his spokesman said.
Law enforcement sources said there are no signs of anything unusual and that a death certificate is expected to be signed by a doctor at the hospital with no further investigation.
NO FURTHER INVESTIGATION?? WTF!! He walked in to the hospital alive and was wheeled out dead and no investigation? Somebody fucked up. Given the fact that doctors are the leading cause of death and injury the LA medical examiner and the police should investigate this.
Clark had a long career on both sides of the camera, hosting the New Year's Eve special from Times Square in New York City as well as "American Bandstand," "$25,000 Pyramid" and specials such as the Miss USA pageant.
In 2004, Clark suffered a stroke and had been coping with its effects since. He had remained determined to appear on his New Year's Eve show, now hosted by Ryan Seacrest, who often cites Clark as the model for his own career.
"Dick Clark was significant in transforming the record business into an international industry," the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame said in a citation. "His weekly televised record hops — which predated MTV by 25 years — played an integral role in establishing rock and roll, keeping it alive and shaping its future."
Medical blunders kill another American!
So far there are few details on how the medical procedure killed Dick Clarke but some questions need to be asked.
1. What was the money making procedure that killed him?
2. Why do a deadly medical procedure on a 82 year old man?
3. What are the names of the people who are responsible for killing Dick Clarke?
4. Why isn't the name of the procedure being released?