LawFuel.com – The Michael Jackson-related trial of Dr Conrad Murray heard from the doctor who declared the singer dead, saying it was extremely unlikely that Michael Jackson killed. Jackson died after a dose of Propofol.
Dr Christopher Rogers said Conrad Murray’s evidence relating to the moments leading to Michael Jackson’s death from cardiac arrest did not make sense. Murray said that the singer stopped breathing in the two minutes he had taken to go to the bathroom, but Dr Rogers said it would be almost impossible for Michael Jackson to have woken up from his drug-induced sleep and self-administer the drug that killed him.
The defense are to argue that Michael Jackson killed himself with the drug. Dr Rogers suggested that the more likely explanation is that the drug was administered by Dr Murray but improperly measured out.