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Post  IBBY on Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:19 am

Michael Jackson's death has reportedly been ruled a homicide as details emerge of the lethal drugs cocktail including profanol given to the singer to cure his insomnia.

Michael Jackson died at his home in LA on June 25

The homicide ruling by the LA County Coroner does not necessarily mean a crime was committed.

But it does make it more likely criminal charges will be filed against Jackson's personal doctor, Conrad Murray.

The post mortem details emerged after the contents of a 32-page search warrant affidavit, filed in Texas before authorities searched Murray's Houston clinic last month, were made public.

"At the time of his death, toxicology analysis showed Michael Jackson had lethal levels of propofol in his blood,” the Houston Chronicle quotes LA County Chief Coroner Dr Lakshmanan Sathyavagiswaran as saying.

The coroner's office in Los Angeles has refused to confirm or deny any details of Jackson's post mortem results at the request of police investigating his death on June 25.

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Murray has previously denied any wrongdoing and posted a one-minute video on YouTube thanking his supporters and insisting that he has been truthful with detectives.

"I have done all I could do - I told the truth and I have faith the truth will prevail,'' Murray said in the video.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Murray told police he was not the first doctor to administer the powerful propofol and at least two others gave Jackson the drug in Germany.

Investigators found propofol in Murray's medical bag. Officers also confiscated valium, tamsulosin, lorazepam, temazepam, clonazepam, trazodone and tizanidine.

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Murray had been treating Jackson for about six weeks and allegedly told police he had been giving him 50 milligrams of propofol every night at his rented Los Angeles mansion.

He apparently feared the pop star was forming an addiction and began trying to wean him off the drugs by lowering the dosage and mixing it with two other sedatives.

On the morning Jackson died, Murray told detectives he tried to help him get to sleep without using propofol.

Dr Conrad Murray (Pic: Houston Chronicle)

According to the affidavit, Murray said he gave the singer various drugs over a period of nearly 12 hours, starting with valium.

When this did not work he injected him with lorazepam. He then gave him midazolam and finally 25 milligrams of propofol after Jackson repeatedly demanded the drug to help him sleep.

A lawyer for Murray denied the doctor left Jackson's bedside for any length of time once he was in a drug-induced sleep.

"Much of what's in the search warrant affidavit is factual,” Ed Chernoff said. "However, unfortunately, much is police theory."

Chernoff said Murray never told investigators he found Jackson not breathing at 11am.

Meanwhile, the Jackson family has released a statement saying it has "full confidence in the legal process".

"The family looks forward to the day that justice can be served," the statement said.

It has been claimed a harrowing incident that happened while Jackson was filming a TV ad for Pepsi in the 1980s may have fuelled his addiction to painkillers.

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Post  Forbes on Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:53 pm

This is not suprising whatsoever....I think anyone could have put two and two together on this....Dr. Murray is guilty on so many levels....not calling 911 immediately, not administering cpr properly, giving him something that he had no business giving. The whole thing is sickening, Micheal Jackson would still be here if it werent for these spineless Doctors who couldnt be a professional instead of being a yes man to a icon. Every single one of these doctors need to go to jail for a very long time for letting micheal play with dangerous drugs.

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