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Jackson's Death Ruled Homicide - Guess what was in his system & at the house


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excerpt from msnbc.com news services posted today -


Coroner Rules Jackson’s Death a Homicide



"On the morning Jackson died, Murray said he tried to induce sleep without using propofol, starting first with valium at 1:30 a.m. When Jackson was still awake at 2 a.m., Murray injected Jackson with lorazepam, then injected him with midazolam at 3 a.m. Murray told police he administered several other drugs over the next few hours.


By 10:40 a.m., Jackson, still unable to sleep, urged Murray to give him propofol...


The affidavit says, while Murray acknowledged to police that he administered propofol... Valium, lorazepam, clonazepam, tamsulosin and other drugs also were confiscated in the search....Valium, lorazepam, clonazepam, tamsulosin and other drugs also were confiscated in the search, and propofol was found in Murray's medical bag."


Like this wasn't expected, eh, Buddies?


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Wow, what a cocktail!  Not unexpected, just amazing and soooo sad that his life had to end like that.

Hopefully someone will be brought to justice, but I doubt it somehow.  Can see some lengthy court cases coming up.

Ditto Guitarbob, .5mg c/pam at night knocked me out like a light also

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Coroner rules Michael Jackson death a homicide

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LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County coroner says Michael Jackson's death was a homicide primarily caused by two drugs.


In a statement released Friday, the coroner said the cause of death was acute intoxication from the anesthetic propofol. Other sedatives contributed to the death, most notably lorazepam (LOR-az-eh-pam).


The coroner did not release Jackson's full autopsy report, citing an ongoing security hold at the request of Los Angeles authorities.


Dr. Conrad Murray, the pop star's personal physician, told police he gave Jackson propofol the morning of June 25 after a series of sedatives failed to help Jackson sleep. Murray is the target of what police term a manslaughter investigation.


The 50-year-old Jackson died June 25 in Los Angeles.



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