Michael Jackson’s Death Ruled A Homicide
The LA coroner’s office has ruled Michael Jackson‘s death as a homicide citing “lethal levels” of an anesthetic.
Conrad Murray, one of Jackson’s many doctors, told police he had been treating the singer for insomnia for six weeks and had been administering the drug propofol.
Murray says he had feared Jackson was forming an addiciton to the anesthetic and had begun lowering the dosage and administering a mixture of the sedatives lorazepam and midazolam. Yet on the night Jackson died, Murray had relented to the singer’s requests for the drug and finally gave him 25 milligrams of propofol.
In addition to continuing the investigation into Dr. Murray, authorities have also subpoenaed the medical records of Dr. Arnold Klein, Dr. Allan Metzger, Dr. David Adams, Dr. David Slavitt, who conducted the independent medical examination of Jackson for Anschutz Entertainment Group, Dr. Randy Rosen and nurse practitioner Cherilyn Lee and Dr. Mark Tadrissi, who stored medical records with Adams.