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    Предварително изслушване 7. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 12:32 pm

    ER doc: Jackson dead long before hospital arrival

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Before paramedics wheeled Michael Jackson into the emergency room, Dr. Richelle Cooper was sure he was dead.

    More than an hour of resuscitation efforts at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center didn't change her opinion — the King of Pop had died in the bedroom of his rented mansion.

    Based on what Jackson's personal physician told her, though, she didn't quite know why.
    Murray told her he had seen Jackson stop breathing and immediately started CPR, but prosecutors say that's not what happened. Instead, over three days and a dozen witnesses at a preliminary hearing, they have put forth a timeline in which Jackson died in the bedroom of his rented mansion and Murray delayed calling 911 to conceal his actions.

    Cooper testified she authorized paramedics to pronounce Jackson dead at 12:57 p.m., but they declined at Murray's request and because of the singer's celebrity. After an ambulance ride trailed by paparazzi and more than an hour of efforts in the ER, Cooper officially pronounced Jackson dead at 2:26 p.m. on June 25, 2009.

    She said that Murray never told her he had given Jackson the anesthetic propofol, which Cooper said she typically uses in the ER for patients with head trauma or serious injuries.
    The Houston-based cardiologist charged in Jackson's death also didn't mention several other sedatives he administered, which Cooper said could have amplified the propofol's effects and caused Jackson to stop breathing before his heart stopped beating.

    The testimony came during a multi-day preliminary hearing in which a judge will decide whether there is enough evidence for Murray to stand trial on an involuntary manslaughter charge. Murray, who has pleaded not guilty, faces up to four years in prison if convicted.

    With Cooper and another UCLA doctor, prosecutors have elicited testimony from five witnesses who said Murray either never mentioned the all the drugs he had given Jackson, or tried to conceal them.

    Paramedic Martin Blount, who also testified Thursday, said he saw Murray scoop up three vials of the painkiller lidocaine from the floor of Jackson's bedroom during resuscitation efforts. Blount said he was surprised to see the medications because Murray had told him that he hadn't given the singer any drugs.

    Murray's attorney, Joseph Low IV, did not even question Blount's description of the lidocaine, although another defense attorney pointedly questioned the UCLA doctors about whether candid disclosures from the doctor would have saved Jackson.

    Cooper said while it wouldn't have changed her efforts to revive Jackson, knowing that Murray had given the singer several sedatives and propofol would have added to her understanding of why the singer had died.

    "I would be concerned particularly if there were other medications given, that it would lead to a respiratory arrest, which would lead to a cardiac arrest," Cooper said.

    Nicole Alvarez, a girlfriend Murray called while riding in the ambulance to UCLA, has been ordered to appear in court on Friday. The hearing will also feature detectives, coroner's officials and experts on propofol's effects in the coming days.

    Before the hearing is over, a judge may hear Murray's version of events as well, as he relayed them to police detectives three days after Jackson's death.

    Deputy District Attorney David Walgren has said he will use Murray's statements and testimony to show that the 57-year-old's actions represented "an extreme deviation from the standard of care."

    http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5jRCT4USSHP7Fxqz8EEcAb_2P8gRA?docId=6dd69b2e8bdb4280b46101f73e2f356d

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    Shaday Andie

    - Andie is employed Sullivan Steak house (in Houston) and met Murray there in February 2009. She's Murray's girlfriend/mistress.

    - June 25th Murray calls her says "Hello, how are you", she interrupts him and tells him about his day. She hears a mumbling. Then Murray stops talking to her. She tries to call him back and gets no response.

    Bridget Morgan is the next witness.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/

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    TMZ

    SMOKING GUN IN MICHAEL JACKSON'S DEATH

    A girlfriend of Dr. Conrad Murray's at the time of Michael Jackson's death just established for prosecutors Murray waited around 25 minutes after noticing MJ was lifeless before calling 911.

    Sade Anding -- who was in Houston the day MJ died -- testified she received a call from Murray at around 12:30 PM. It's unclear if she was referring to Pacific or Central time.

    But there is only one call in the phone records from Murray to Sade, and that's at 11:51 AM PT.

    Sade says Murray was asking her how she was doing and she started talking about her day. She spoke for a few minutes and realized Murray wasn't on the phone anymore.

    Sade then said she heard commotion, as if the phone was in his pocket, and heard "coughing and voices."

    Sade estimates the entire call lasted 5 minutes.

    The 911 call wasn't made until 12:21, which means -- if Murray did indeed first realize MJ was in distress at around 11:55 PT, there was a long delay in sounding the alarm.

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    CNN In Session

    Cross of Det. Dan Myers was 1st today in Conrad Murray. Myers said his part of investigation focused on Murray’s calls day of MJ’s death.

    Next witness was TX cocktail waitress & Murray's girlfriend at time of MJ's death, Sade Anding. Murray was on the phone w/Anding when MJ died

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    A former girlfriend of the doctor charged in the death of Michael Jackson says he called her the morning of the singer's death and she heard commotion in the background.

    Sade Anding testified Friday she was talking to Dr. Conrad Murray but at one point realized he wasn't paying attention to her. She says she heard coughing and mumbling but didn't recognize the voice as Murray.

    Anding says she stayed on the line for five to six minutes, but Murray never got back on the phone.

    http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/music/article/918094--witness-jackson-s-doctor-distracted-the-day-singer-died

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    TMZ

    Murray's GF Describes Deliveries, No Mention of Propofol

    Dr. Conrad Murray's baby mama, Nicole Alvarez, testified today about multiple packages Murray had sent to her Los Angeles apartment between April and June 2009.

    Although the contents of the packages were not mentioned, TMZ first reported back in October 2009 ... those packages were shipped from Murray pharmacy in Las Vaegas and contained Propofol.

    Alvarez was also one of the people that received a phone call from Dr. Murray on the day Jackson died -- but the prosecution did not question her about the call. Murray's team declined to cross-examine.

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    From fan whos in the courtroom.

    1st witness: Bridget Morgan - Met Murray in a club in Vegas in 2003. Personal relationsip. She was dismissed after that.

    Nicole Alverez - lost her memory apparently at 29. She was a stripper... when she began a relationship with Murray? Couldn't remember. Around 2008? Possibly... (cant remember.) Murray lived with you through March April May and June of 09? Yes.

    Lots of q's she couldn't recall... She couldn't recall when or how they exchanged numbers, or calls cuz they were on a "need to know basis...?" Asked did she pay her rent? Yes but she doesnt knows how much. Baby born in March and Murray stayed more after that...

    She didnt know murray worked for MJ! (HAHAHA) - "need to know basis again." She DID find out Murray work at sometime but didn't know in what line (HES A FREKING DOCTOR) and didn't know he was in MJ's house. She asked to repeat lots of times... Judge gave out to her for this and she started answering quicker...

    She never asked when Murray was coming or going... She signed for things from Allied Pharmacy from Vegas when he was away but says she never knew what was in the packages... They asked was this her signature in certain exhibits and she kept saying PERHAPS and she wasn't sure?! She was very arrogant and snippety. "I can't recall" she said for almost all questions... acted very dramatic... Shes finished now.

    State rested has now RESTED. Defense chance to call witnesses.

    There a massive buzz according to Erin with Lawyers reviewing case - There is Implied Malice which is EXPLICITLY FOR THE CHARGE OF SECOND DEGREE MURDER. Why DA went to prelim instead of grand jury. According to buzz, this should have been ended by now, reviewed by the D.A. and brought straight to trail. The charges can be upped pretty easily apparently and they can even dismiss and refile to give more time for the new charges...

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    Re: Предварително изслушване 7. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 12:35 pm

    Bridget Morgan

    - Morgan met Murray in 2003 at a club and has a social relationship with him. She called Murray on June 25th but didn't talk with him.

    Nicole Alvarez

    - Alvarez met Murray in 2005 at a club she works.

    - She says Murray stays with her 2-3 nights and doesn't know where he is when he's not with her. "Well, I don’t have expectations of Dr. Murray, so that’s fair to say. That’s just a rule that i live by."

    - She learns sometime that Murray is MJ's personal doctor (she's quite confused about when she learned it though).

    - She says Murray would leave the house at 9-10PM and return between 7-10AM (although there wasn't a pattern).

    - She was invited to go to England by Murray.

    - She says Murray told her that packages will come to her house and asked her to just bring them inside. She says he didn't tell her the contents or say that they were important. She says she never opened any of the packages. She says she never asked about the packages (what they contained).

    - She says as the packages were for Murray she didn't pay attention to the sender.

    - Murray is staying with her now.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/

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    Doctor's private life in the spotlight

    Prosecutors put a spotlight on Dr. Conrad Murray’s complicated personal life Friday, summoning to the witness stand three mistresses –- two former and one current -- as they continued laying out evidence against the doctor in Michael Jackson’s death.

    Only one of the women, the doctor’s current girlfriend, testified at length about him. But their testimony suggested that prosecutors may try link the financial costs of Murray’s romantic life with his desire to keep the $150,000-a-month job with the singer.

    “When you began an intimate relationship with Dr Murray … were you aware he had six other children?” Deputy Dist. Atty. Deborah Brazil asked Nicole Alvarez, the mother of his toddler son.

    Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor, who will determine whether there is enough evidence to try Murray for involuntary manslaughter, said the question was irrelevant and ordered Alvarez not to answer.

    Murray, 57, is married to a medical-school classmate but has fathered children with several other women, including Alvarez, the mother of his 20-month-old son.

    Murray was simultaneously dating another woman, Houston cocktail waitress Sade Anding, and it was her testimony that bore most directly on Jackson’s death. She was on the phone with Murray around the time the doctor found the singer stricken in bed. She said he abruptly stopped responding to her comments.

    “I just remember saying, ‘Hello, hello, hello! Are you there? Are you there,’” Anding recalled. She said she heard “a commotion, as if the phone was in a pocket or something,” followed by coughing and a “mumbling of voices” that she did not recognize.

    She said she called Murray back and also texted him, but was unable to reach him.

    Jackson died June 25, 2009 after going into cardiac arrest in a bedroom of his rented Holmby Hills home. The coroner determined that he died from a combination of the surgical anesthetic propofol and several sedatives.

    Phone records indicate that Murray made 11 calls during the time that authorities say he should have been closely monitoring Jackson.

    Bridgette Morgan, another former girlfriend, testified briefly that she had phoned Murray about a half-hour before Jackson stopped breathing, but did not reach him.

    The most extensive testimony came from Alvarez, a 29-year-old actress who met Murray in 2005 when he was a customer at a Las Vegas “gentlemen’s club” where she worked.

    Asked by Brazil asked if she knew the doctor, who lived in Las Vegas with his wife and children, was married when they met, she said she couldn’t remember. Later in her testimony, however, she said that Murray’s permanent residence was “in Las Vegas with his wife.”

    She gave birth to their son in March 2009 and said she was planning to take the baby to London with Murray for Jackson’s planned concert stand at the O2 Arena.

    Brazil produced packing slips showing six deliveries from a Las Vegas pharmacy -– the pharmacy from which Murray ordered propofol -- to the apartment where she lived and Murray paid the rent. She said Murray told her he was having packages shipped to the apartment, but she never opened the boxes or looked closely at the return address.

    Alvarez said that she knew Murray left her apartment each night to treat Jackson, but that the physician told her “absolutely nothing” about those treatments.

    “Dr. Murray and I were on a need-to-know basis. He’s a professional man and I know my position and my place in his life and it is not my duty to know” the details of his medical practice, she said.

    Alvarez was a prickly and at times hostile witness for the prosecution, asking Brazil to repeat questions so often that the judge admonished her to pay better attention.

    When the prosecutor asked about her expectations of Murray’s schedule while he was treating Jackson, she replied testily, “To begin with, I don’t have expectations of Dr. Murray, so I wouldn’t expect anything … that’s just a rule I live by.”

    http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2011/01/michael-jacksons-doctors-private-life-in-spotlight-in-court-.html

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    Coroner Found A Dozen Bottles of Propofol

    An investigator for the L.A. County Coroner's Office testified her office found 12 bottles of Propofol in Michael Jackson's home.

    Elissa Fleak says two bottles were in the bedroom where MJ died, and the other 10 were in a nearby closet.

    One of the Propofol bottles found in the room by the nightstand was empty.

    In addition to the Propofol, investigators found a pharmacy full of drugs, including lorazepam, diazepam, temazepam, trazodone, flomax, clonazepam, tizanidine, hydrocodone, lidocaine and benoquin.

    Also found ... used syringes and needles, as well as a box of unopened hypodermic needles, IV catheters and vials.

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    Elissa Fleak LA Coroner Investigator

    - Fleak arrives at UCLA at 5:20PM for physical examination of the body to see if she can infer anything about the cause of death

    - Fleak gets 4 bottles of blood from UCLA for toxicology tests.

    - After ER she goes to MJ's house to make observation of the bedroom taking photographs, documenting the room.

    - Fleak starts with documenting prescription medications found on the stand. She observes flomax clonazapan, diazapam, lorazapam, tomazapam, trazadone tiziaandine, several pill bottles, tubes of lotion. Hydrocodone. tube of lidocane lotion. benequin. She documents who prescribed what.

    - Tube of lidocaine lotion on table. There was a syringe on the table and one on the ground as well, next to the bed. IV bag with connected tubing. Blue “ambu” bag. goes to a nasal canua. Syringe on the table, needle on the floor, they may have been together they may not have been. (this is the one she described as broken syringe) ,an IV stand. saline bag. jug of urine. several urine pads. open box of disposable hypodermic needles. Iv catheters. empty vial of propofol and tomazinil.

    - She returns June 29 for her investigation. She learned from detectives that there's additional evidence in the house. She goes to the attached room lined with wooden closets lined with wood. She recovers several items.

    - List of the items: 1 black square bag with a zipper. 1 dark blue bag with a zipper with costco on the outside.light blue and brown colord bag. With a zipper with baby essentials bag .Misc. medical supplies. bag full of bedoquin lotions.

    - Inside one bag : black pressure cuff, three 30 mil bottles of lidocaine. 2 empty and one of them had some liquid in it. All three of them had been opened.

    - Large blue costco bag: saline bag that hat had been cut open with 100 mg propofol bottle inside it (open and had liquid in it). 20ml propofol open with liquid in it. 10 ml morazapam bottle open with liquid in it. 2 bottles of midazalom 10 ml both open both had liquid in them. bloody piece of gauze A bag of miscellaneous medical packaging and finger pulse monitor.

    - Other bags: 2 100ml bottles of propofol , 2 20 ml bottles of propofol unopened, 3 20 ml bottles of lidocaine opened.1 30 mil bottle of lido unopened 20 ml bottle of diazolam opened 1 4ml of diazopam unopened etc (this is not a complete list)

    - Additional items : Red pill bottle with no label that contained 14 caples turend out ot be emphederine. Over the counter night drops. Five business cards of Dr. Murray.IV clamp
    blue strip of rubber.

    - Overall : 11 bottles of propofol + 1 empty propofol bottle on the floor = 12 bottles of propofol. 6 bottles of lidocaine

    - Fleak says she also saw some juice bottles.

    - Fleak says the syringe was 2 feet from the bed, bottle of Propofol and syringes were also a couple of feet away.

    http://sprocket-trials.blogspot.com/

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    CNN In Session

    Elissa Fleak was the next witness called to the stand. She’s been a Coroner Investigator for the L.A. County Coroner for the past 8 years.

    Fleak performed an external body exam on MJ on 6/25/09 and says she did not see obvious signs of a cause of death.

    Fleak also went to Jackson’s home to examine his bedroom - where she took pics and collected ‘several pill bottles’ from beside his bed.

    Fleak says the prescribing physician on all the prescription medicines, whether in pill or cream form, was Dr. Conrad Murray.

    Fleak notes items she found in MJ bedroom – an I.V. stand, what appeared to be a jug of urine and an unopened box of hypodermic needles.

    She also says she recovered an empty 200 milligram bottle of Propofol.

    Fleak returned to the Jackson home 6/29/09 and inventoried items from 4 different bags found in MJ bedroom.

    Among the items inventoried, Fleak noted a blood pressure pump, a saline bag, gauze, a finger pulse monitor and 11 bottles of Propofol

    In total, there were 12 bottles of Propofol found and documented in Jackson's room.

    On cross Fleak says a needle on the bedroom floor was about a foot away from Jackson’s bed - while the Propofol was ‘a couple of feet away’.

    The defense ended its questioning and there is no redirect examination. Elissa Fleak is dismissed.


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    Re: Предварително изслушване 7. 01. 2011

    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 12:38 pm

    A coroner's investigator testified Friday that she found 12 bottles of a powerful anesthetic that contributed to the death of Michael Jackson in the singer's bedroom and closet after he died.
    Investigator Elissa Fleak said nine of the bottles were found in a bag labeled "Baby Essentials" in the closet. Other medications and syringes also were discovered during a search of Jackson's rented mansion four days after his death on June 25, 2009, she said.

    Fleak was the first investigator to describe in detail the items authorities recovered from Jackson's bedroom.

    Her testimony came on the fourth day of a preliminary hearing to determine if there is enough evidence for Dr. Conrad Murray to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter. He has pleaded not guilty.

    Fleak said she found a total of six vials of the painkiller lidocaine, as well as other prescription medications and syringes, including two found next to Jackson's bed.

    Murray's attorney, J. Michael Flanagan, asked Fleak whether she checked to see how much liquid remained in each of the vials.

    "There were so many vials, I don't remember which ones were more full or less full," Fleak said.

    Authorities contend Jackson died after Murray gave him a lethal dose of propofol and other sedatives in the bedroom then delayed calling 911 while he collected and bagged medications.

    Earlier in the day, a former girlfriend of Murray testified that he had been distracted when he called her on the morning of the singer's death, and she heard commotion in the background.

    Witness Sade Anding said she realized at one point that Murray wasn't paying attention to her. She heard coughing and mumbling but didn't recognize the voice as Murray, she said.

    "I heard commotion as if the phone was in a pocket or something," Anding said.

    The testimony added details to a timeline being developed by prosecutors at a hearing.

    Phone records show Murray called Anding at 11:51 a.m. She said she stayed on the line for five to six minutes, but Murray never got back on the phone.

    The records indicate 911 was dialed at 12:21 p.m.

    Prosecutors also called Murray's current girlfriend, Nicole Alvarez, and asked about shipments the doctor had sent to her apartment from a Las Vegas pharmacy.

    Alvarez acknowledged receiving several packages for Murray but said she never looked inside and didn't know the contents.

    Authorities have said in court documents they believe Murray was having shipments of propofol and other medications used by Jackson sent to Alvarez.

    It's unusual to send propofol to a private residence but not illegal.

    The phone records show Murray called Alvarez from the ambulance that transported Jackson to a hospital, but prosecutors did not ask her about the call that lasted two minutes.

    http://www.usatoday.com/life/people/2011-01-07-michael-jackson_N.htm

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    Murray Lawyer Begins to Paint Defense Strategy

    The defense for Dr. Conrad Murray laid the groundwork for their strategy -- that Michael Jackson delivered the fatal shot of Propofol -- during cross-examination of an investigator from L.A. County Coroner's Office.

    Murray's lawyer, J. Michael Flanagan, asked Elissa Fleak two questions that alluded to their theory: 1) Was the IV bag fingerprinted? and 2) Was it possible for Jackson to reach the syringes from the bed?

    As TMZ first reported, the defense will argue that Jackson became frustrated when he couldn't sleep that day and gave himself the shot of Propofol that eventually killed him.

    edited to add: apparently Judge didn't allow these questions and Fleak didn't answer the questions.

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    Писане by andeli on Съб Яну 08, 2011 12:38 pm

    Summary of Conrad Murray Preliminary Hearing Day 4 / Jan 7 2011

    - Katherine, Joe, and Latoya Jackson are all present.

    Detective Dan Myers testimony

    - Myers is under cross examination. A lot of objections to the questions.

    Sade Anding testimony

    - Sade is employed Sullivan Steak house (in Houston) and met Murray there in February 2009. She was Murray's girlfriend/mistress in June 2009.

    - Sade Anding -- who was in Houston the day MJ died -- testified she received a call from Murray at around 12:30 PM. It's unclear if she was referring to Pacific or Central time. But there is only one call in the phone records from Murray to Sade, and that's at 11:51 AM PT.

    -She said he abruptly stopped responding to her comments. “I just remember saying, ‘Hello, hello, hello! Are you there? Are you there,’” Anding recalled. She said she heard “a commotion, as if the phone was in a pocket or something,” followed by coughing and a “mumbling of voices” that she did not recognize.

    - She said she called Murray back and also texted him, but was unable to reach him.

    Bridget Morgan Testimony

    - Morgan met Murray in 2003 at a club and has a social relationship with him. She called Murray on June 25th but didn't talk with him.

    Nicole Alvarez Testimony

    - Alvarez met Murray in 2005 at a club she works. Alvarez says that she and Murray developed an ‘intimate relationship’ but she doesn’t recall if he told her that he was still married. Later in her testimony, however, she said that Murray’s permanent residence was “in Las Vegas with his wife.”

    - She says Murray stays with her 2-3 nights and doesn't know where he is when he's not staying with her. "Well, I don’t have expectations of Dr. Murray, so that’s fair to say. That’s just a rule that i live by."

    - She learns sometime that Murray is MJ's personal doctor (she's quite confused about when she learned it though).

    - She says Murray would leave the house at 9-10PM and return between 7-10AM (although there wasn't a pattern).

    - Alvarez said that she knew Murray left her apartment each night to treat Jackson, but that the physician told her “absolutely nothing” about those treatments. “Dr. Murray and I were on a need-to-know basis. He’s a professional man and I know my position and my place in his life and it is not my duty to know” the details of his medical practice, she said.

    - Alvarez says Murray invited her on a trip to England – Murray already told her that he was accompanying MJ on the same trip.

    - She says Murray told her that packages will come to her house and asked her to just bring them inside. She says he didn't tell her the contents or say that they were important. She says she never opened any of the packages. She says she never asked about the packages (what they contained).

    - She says as the packages were for Murray she didn't pay attention to the sender. She said Murray told her he was having packages shipped to the apartment, but she never opened the boxes or looked closely at the return address.

    Elissa Fleak LA Coroner Investigator

    - Fleak arrives at UCLA at 5:20PM for physical examination of the body to see if she can infer anything about the cause of death. She did not see obvious signs of a cause of death.

    - Fleak gets 4 bottles of blood from UCLA for toxicology tests.

    - After ER she goes to MJ's house to make observation of the bedroom taking photographs, documenting the room, collecting ‘several pill bottles’ from beside his bed.

    - Fleak starts with documenting prescription medications found on the stand. She observes flomax clonazapan, diazapam, lorazapam, tomazapam, trazadone tiziaandine, several pill bottles, tubes of lotion. Hydrocodone. tube of lidocane lotion. benequin. She documents who prescribed what.

    - Tube of lidocaine lotion on table. There was a syringe on the table and one on the ground as well, next to the bed. IV bag with connected tubing. Blue “ambu” bag. goes to a nasal canua. Syringe on the table, needle on the floor, they may have been together they may not have been. (this is the one she described as broken syringe) ,an IV stand. saline bag. jug of urine. several urine pads. open box of disposable hypodermic needles. Iv catheters. empty vial of propofol and tomazinil.

    - She returns June 29 for her investigation. She learned from detectives that there's additional evidence in the house. She goes to the attached room lined with wooden closets lined with wood. She recovers several items.

    - List of the items: 1 black square bag with a zipper. 1 dark blue bag with a zipper with costco on the outside.light blue and brown colord bag. With a zipper with baby essentials bag .Misc. medical supplies. bag full of bedoquin lotions.

    - Inside one bag : black pressure cuff, three 30 mil bottles of lidocaine. 2 empty and one of them had some liquid in it. All three of them had been opened.

    - Large blue costco bag: saline bag that hat had been cut open with 100 mg propofol bottle inside it (open and had liquid in it). 20ml propofol open with liquid in it. 10 ml morazapam bottle open with liquid in it. 2 bottles of midazalom 10 ml both open both had liquid in them. bloody piece of gauze A bag of miscellaneous medical packaging and finger pulse monitor.

    - Other bags: 2 100ml bottles of propofol , 2 20 ml bottles of propofol unopened, 3 20 ml bottles of lidocaine opened.1 30 mil bottle of lido unopened 20 ml bottle of diazolam opened 1 4ml of diazopam unopened etc (this is not a complete list)

    - Additional items : Red pill bottle with no label that contained 14 caples turend out ot be emphederine. Over the counter night drops. Five business cards of Dr. Murray.IV clamp
    blue strip of rubber.

    - Overall :
    6 bottles of lidocaine.
    12 bottles of propofol. Elissa Fleak says two bottles were in the bedroom where MJ died, and the other 10 were in a nearby closet. One of the Propofol bottles found in the room by the nightstand was empty.

    - Fleak says she also saw some juice bottles.

    - On cross Fleak says a needle on the bedroom floor was about a foot away from Jackson’s bed - while the Propofol was ‘a couple of feet away’.

    - Murray's lawyer, J. Michael Flanagan, asked Elissa Fleak two questions that alluded to their theory: 1) Was the IV bag fingerprinted? and 2) Was it possible for Jackson to reach the syringes from the bed? Judge didn't allow these questions as they were speculative and Fleak didn't answer these questions.
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