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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of master bedroom at Carolwood residence in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of Michael Jackson's master bedroom.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of Propofol vial at Carolwood residence in Michael Jackson's bedroom.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of medication at Carolwood residence in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of Conrad Murray's medical bag in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of a note found in the vehicle of Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, at LAPD impound with a list of 24-hour pharmacies.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of Michael Jackson's master bedroom.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of medication at Carolwood residence in a bedroom in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of medication at Carolwood residence in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of Conrad Murray's medical bag with medication in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of oxygen tanks at Carolwood residence in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    LAPD Photograph of medication found at Carolwood residence in the home of Michael Jackson.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    The jury in trial of Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor, was shown a photo of the items found in bed including a porclain doll with the pop star when he died. The photo was shown during the testimony of Los Angeles County Coroner investigator Elissa Fleak on Oct. 6, 2011.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    Michael Jackson's lifeless body was reportedly found with a condom catheter on him to collect his urine while he was unconscious. A jug of urine was also recovered in the Jackson mansion, a Los Angeles coroner investigator testified.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    A Los Angeles coroner investigator testified that Jackson's closet had three bags in it that were full of vials of propofol and other medical supplies.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    The bags recovered from Jackson's closet contained a blood pressure cuff and vials of propofol, saline bags and vials of lidocaine.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    This light blue and brown baby essentials bag was recovered from Jackson's home and packed full of vials of propofol and lidocaine. Jackson died of a drug overdose of the powerful anesthetic propofol.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    This syringe was recovered from Jackson's nightstand. The syringe did not have a needle attached to it.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    There were two nightstands covered with vials and medical supplies, witnesses testified. On this nightstand in Jackson's bedroom were alcohol prep pads, IV catheters, latex gloves and a syringe. The nightstand also had a wicker basket full of drugs prescribed by Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's dermatologist Arnold Klein and Dr. Allen Metzger.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    The wicker basket seen on the lower shelf of this nightstand contained prescriptions for "Omar Jackson" and "Mick Jackson," pseudonyms that Michael Jackson used, prosecutors claimed.
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  • Evidence: Michael Jackson Death Trial

    Of the drugs recovered from Jackson's home was tubes of benoquin, a skin bleaching cream.
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  • Michael Jackson Death Trial Evidence Photos

    Prosecutors allege that Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, began ordering vials of propofol, a powerful anesthetic, as soon as he was hired by the king of pop. Murray shuttered his medical practices in Texas and Nevada to work for Jackson for $150,000 a month as the pop singer prepared for his grueling comeback tour.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    The prosecution in Dr. Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial presented this slide projection to show one of multiple orders of propofol made by Murray. Michael Jackson had trouble sleeping and Murray administered the propofol to help him sleep. Murray's defense lawyers say he was trying to wean Jackson off of the drug.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    Prosecutors stunned a packed courtroom that included Michael Jackson's family members by showing this photo of a dead king of pop draped in a hospital gown laying lifeless on a gurney. Jackson died at 50 on June 25, 2009.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    This is an empty bottle of propofol found in Jackson's bedroom. The powerful anesthetic is typically administered in a hospital setting. Jackson referred to the drug as his "milk," prosecutors argued.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    Prosecutors allege that Dr. Conrad Murray ordered multiple shipments of propofol and sedatives lorazepam and midazolam and had them delivered to his girlfriend's apartment. Murray's defense lawyers say the king of pop swallowed the sedative lorazepam and a dose of propofol without Murray's knowledge, creating a "perfect storm" that led to the death of Michael Jackson.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    This is the bedroom where Michael Jackson died. Prosecutors allege that Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, did not have many of the medical monitoring devices needed when administering an anesthetic such as propofol. The green oxygen tank visible in this picture was empty, prosecutors said.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    Dr. Conrad Murray says that on the day Michael Jackson died, June 25, 2009, he gave the pop singer 25 milligrams of propofol, a dose that typically wouldn't be lethal.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    This is a syringe found in Michael Jackson's bedroom. Investigators found few medical monitoring devices in the bedroom. Of the devices found, a blood-pressure cuff appeared unused, sitting in a box in the closet.
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  • Conrad Murray Manslaughter Trial Evidence Photos

    This is another view of Michael Jackson's bedroom, the place where he was found in cardiac arrest June 25, 2009. Prosecutors allege that Dr. Conrad Murray did not immediately let paramedics and doctors know that Jackson had been given propofol when they were trying to resuscitate him.
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