Michael Jackson’s Autopsy Results Again Delayed
The coroners report has again been delayed. No reason has been cited for this latest delay.
The LA County Coroner’s office has announced that the autopsy report for Michael Jackson will again be delayed. In an Associated Press interview, the assistant chief coroner, Ed Winter, did not advance any reason for the delay.
The investigators are reportedly working with a preliminary report, and are operating under the theory that the sedative Propofol, was the cause of Michael Jackson’s death. They have focused their investigations on Dr Conrad Murray, Jackson’s personal doctor, who it is being alleged administer the fatal dose.
This is not the only scope of the investigations. The investigators are tracking every lead, and are currently focused on approximately 19 doctors so far, who have treated Jackson over the years, and written prescriptions in his name, and the name of aliases.
This case concerning the Propofol will also lead in a different direction. Michael has reportedly been on Propofol for two years, so another doctor before Dr. Murray must have been administering it to him, since Dr. Murray was only hired in May 2009.