Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Michael Jackson's Death: A Homicide

After Michael Jackson's death on June 25, an investigation by state and federal agencies have focused on Jackson's personal doctor who was at his bedside the day he died. Dr. Conrad Murray, who was with Jackson on June 25, administered drugs to ease the pop star to sleep. Murray gave him a range of medication including a 25-milligram dose of propofol via an intravenous drip at 10:40 a.m. PDT.

Pop star Michael Jackson died from a lethal dose of the powerful anesthetic propofol given in a cocktail of drugs, leading authorities to suspect his doctor of manslaughter. Jackson sought out propofol -- routinely used to sedate patients and anesthetize them before surgeries such as a colonoscopy -- and called it his "milk."


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