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Search warrant in Michael Jackson investigation

By Reuters Staff
August 25, 2009

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, court documents showed on Monday.

An investigation by state and federal agencies have focused on Conrad Murray, Jackson’s personal doctor who was at his bedside the day he died. The findings, contained in a warrant to search Murray’s home and offices, paint a picture of an insomniac pop star who could not sleep without heavy medication.

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Comments

great blog R.I.P. Micheal Jackson! We love you

 

I thought Dr. Murray was suspicious from the beginning. Now the truth is coming out.

 

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