Jackson’s Bedroom Was A Pharmacy Of Prescription Pills

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October 5, 2011 | 9:30pm EST

Michael Jackson’s bedroom was a pharmacy full of prescription pill bottles, according to the investigator who first rummaged through his drawers and closets.
Los Angeles County Coroner’s official Elissa Fleak testified in Dr. Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial on Wednesday and stunned the court with photos of all the bottles she found as she searched through the room where the King of Pop died in June, 2009.

As well as a mixture of heavy sedatives, she also found a bag full of Propofol vials.

It is believed this is the same bag Jackson’s security guard Alberto Alvarez packed full of vials and drug paraphernalia on Dr. Murray’s orders.

Fleak told jurors that she found other bags containing vials of lidocaine, propofol, lorzapam and pediatric anaesthetic midazolam stuffed in a cabinet in another bedroom.

All the drug bottles she found littered the prosecution’s desk as she testified.

Fleak also revealed she had found “several oxygen tanks” and a jug of urine by Jackson’s deathbed.

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