The moment many people have been waiting for has finally arrived. The L.A. Police Department has closed its investigation of Michael Jackson’s death and the case will now go to the District Attorney within the next few weeks.
Since Jackson’s death on June 25, a widespread and extended investigation took place over the past six months with most fingers pointing at Dr. Conrad Murray, the last doctor to see Jackson alive. According to sources, enough evidence has built up against Murray and he will most likely be found responsible for Jackson’s death and will be criminally charged.
Following Jackson’s death, many people believed Murray was responsible for his passing by administering the singer a lethal mix of drugs including Propofol, a strong sedative used most commonly for anesthesia. It is said that Murray’s administration of the drug to Jackson – who was allegedly dependent on it – complicated the case because Murray did not break any laws while giving the Propofol to the singer.
Murray, however, may face involuntary manslaughter charges as a result of negligently prescribing a toxic mixture of drugs to Jackson. Murray, who has returned to his practice in Texas, will most likely be charged within the next couple of weeks.