Michael Jackson's personal doctor – Dr. Conrad Murray — administered the late King of Pop the deadly propofol that killed him, according to a law enforcement official who spoke with the Associated Press.
The investigation official, who requested anonymity, told AP that Jackson regularly received the intravenous anesthetic to go to sleep and that Murray administered the powerful drug on the last night of Jackson’s life.
Murray was with Jackson when he died. Just last week, the doctor's Houston clinic and public storage unit was raided by police and he has now been identified by court records as the target of a manslaughter investigation.
Two women reportedly removed boxes from Murray's personal storage unit the night of Jackson's death.
Murray's lawyer, Ed Chernoff, says his client "was the last doctor standing when Michael Jackson died and it seems all the fury is directed toward him. Dr. Murray is frustrated by negative and often erroneous media reports, he has to walk around 24-7 with a bodyguard. He can't operate his practice. He can’t go to work because he is harassed no matter where he goes."
Poor Murray. Do you feel sorry for this guy?
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Photo: Michael Jackson performs at designer Christian Audigier's birthday party in 2008. Credit: WireImage