Michael Jackson’s Doctor Never Mentioned Sedative To Medics
A new report suggests that [lastfm]Michael Jackson[/lastfm]‘s physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, may have withheld vital information from emergency medical personnel at the scene of Jackson’s death.
According to the newly released Emergency Services Medical Report, Murray made no mention of his use of the sedative Propfol, the drug ultimately blamed for killing the late King of Pop.
In the report, emergency personnel state that Murray was tending to the singer at the time of their arrival, but that Jackson had no blood pressure or pulse.
It has also been reported that a witness on the scene told police that Murray suspended resuscitation of Jackson in order to hide drug vials.
The new report comes at a pivotal time in the case, as Dr. Murray’s lawyers have come forward with accusations that the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office is taking too long to turn over important case documents.
A spokesperson for Murray’s lead attorney, Ed Chernoff, told TMZ last week, “We remain confused by how suspiciously slow the D.A. has been in turning over the documents,” adding that they “have not received anywhere near all of it.”
The rep for the D.A.’s Office responded to the claims, also telling TMZ that they are “turning them over as soon as they are copied and cataloged. There is a huge number of documents and the process takes time.”
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