Michael Jackson’s death was homicide
The King of Pop, who was allegedly being treated for insomnia, had lethal levels of the strong anaesthetic Propofol in his body when he died and the Los Angeles Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner, Dr Sathyavagiswaran, has reportedly concluded Michael Jackson’s death was homicide.
Investigators have quizzed the team of doctors who treated Jackson, including his personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray, who, though not named as a suspect, is at the centre of a manslaughter investigation.
The affidavit apparently revealed that Murray told LAPD detectives he had been giving the singer propofol as part of his treatment for insomnia, and feared the star was becoming addicted to the drug.
Dr. Conrad Murray may face criminal proceedings for deliberately drugging Michael Jackson.