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Well, it looks like Dr. Conrad Murry gave Michael too much to the drug Propofol, which should only be used at a hospital, with another doctor present. After Michael appeared to be dead, he did cpr, but stopped to hide the drugs. Then he called 911. He will do at least 4 yrs, if he is convicted. The court case is still goin on. The staff is also being questioned.
Here is the story from NBC10 Philly.
The doctor charged with manslaughter in the case of Michael Jackson 's death interrupted CPR on the singer and delayed calling 911 in order to collect and hide drug vials in the room where Jackson died, stunning new documents obtained by the AP reveal.
Dr. Conrad Murray , who long treated Jackson and allegedly administered lethal amounts of the drug propofol to the star, stopped the process of CPR so he could hand another man drug vials to stash away, Jackson's logistics director Alberto Alvarez told investigators, according to the AP.
Jackson died June 25 from an overdose of propofol and two other drugs Murray gave him -- Jackson reportedly referred to the propofol as his "milk" and used the drug to sleep, even though the powerful sedative is meant to be used in hospitals under the supervision of a doctor, experts said.
According to Alvarez, Murray interrupted CPR on Jackson to instruct Alvarez to put vials of drugs in a bag. The statement was questioned by Murray's lawyer , who alleged Alvarez did not mention the vials in an earlier statement.
Alvarez told investigators he saw Jackson with his mouth and eyes open with no sign of life, an IV attached to the singer's body as Murray performed mouth-to-mouth while Alvarez did CPR.
Jackson's children, Prince and Paris, cried as they saw the doctor trying to save their father, according to Alvarez.
It wasn't immediately clear what drugs were inside the vials Alvarez referred to when speaking to investigators, but www.tmz.com/2010/03/22/witness-dr-conrad-murry-hid-propofol-michael-jackson-death-police-closet/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter">TMZ reported Alvarez told investigators he saw Murray hiding bottles of propofol in a closet near the room where Jackson died.
The Jackson staffer also saw a milky white substance in the IV bag, TMZ reported.
Murray, a Texas-based physician, was charged with involuntary manslaughter in February in Los Angeles .
Murray "did unlawfully, and without malice, kill Michael Joseph Jackson...in the commission of an unlawful act, not a felony," a statement from the L.A. District Attorney's office said at the time of the hearing.