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Coroner's office rules suicide in death of music industry insider

Posted 2 years ago by vlad1369
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Coroner's office rules suicide in death of music industry insider

LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The death of Jack Wishna a music dealmaker who helped bring Donald Trump to Las Vegas and attempted to install Michael Jackson as the headline act at a themed casino was a suicide, the Clark County coroner ruled Wednesday.

Jack Wishna, 54, died of carbon monoxide intoxication before he was found Tuesday in a vehicle in the garage of his home in Henderson, Coroner Mike Murphy said.

Wishna was a wheeler and dealer who will be remembered for orchestrating a multimillion-dollar agreement between performer Wayne Newton and the Stardust casino, said Dan Wilinsky, a spokesman for Wishna's latest project.

In a statement Wednesday, Newton called Wishna a longtime friend, and ...

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