A new documentary “Killing Michael Jackson” on Bounce TV shows how the Los Angeles Police Department suspected foul play when they searched the rented mansion where the pop superstar died on June 25, 2009.
Police detectives found numerous bottles of drugs, including the large amounts of the anesthetic drug propofol, which is normally used to knock people out for surgery in a hospital, notes Yahoo.
LAPD Detective Orlando Martinez said there was a “treasure trove” of medications in Dr. Conrad Murray’s doctor’s bag, which was carelessly left behind:
We knew that sometime during this medical emergency, Dr. Murray had stopped either giving CPR or had waited to give CPR and cleaned up everything. If he would have had taken it with him… we would have lost that element of the hiding and trying to cover up.
Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson’s death, but spent only two years in jail and was released on parole in 2013.