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Dr. Conrad Murray gave Michael Jackson Propofol

by Julia
March 22, 2010 at 6:03 pm

It seems that one detail have been omitted from Dr. Conrad Murray’s initial statements about treating Michael Jackson: That he administered Propofol to the singer.

Moreover, seems that according to paramedics arrived at Jackson’s house that the singer was dead but they still took him to the hospital.

Rumors say that Dr. Conrad Murray request this only as a way to get himself off the hook.

Jackson seemed to have no blood pressure, pulse or breath. His pupils were also dilated.

On the other hand, Dr. Murray told paramedics that the singer was exhausted because he couldn’t fall asleep and he had given Michael Lorazepam, a sedative.

The fact that Murray omitted to say that he gave Jackson Propofol is no doubt something paramedics should have known about and will almost certainly be used by prosecutors at trial.

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