Whitney Houston Dead: Autopsy Shows Cocaine Use

Dan Abrams discusses the possible legal charges in the singer's death.
2:04 | 03/23/12

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Transcript for Whitney Houston Dead: Autopsy Shows Cocaine Use
And from bring in Jimmy legal analyst Dan Abrams you -- -- to say police are not expecting any. Kind of foul play but there's some people who believe when cocaine and illegal substance is found that there could be more -- Yes I don't expect they'll be any charges here but there are two possible avenues one would be the possibility of evidence tampering. Did someone clean up the scene there again don't expect anything to come out of that the other of course is the cocaine use some people are gonna -- -- who gave her the cocaine. If we hold our doctors to higher standards than we do our drug dealers right. So when we talk about investigations like this we often say wolf who's the one who supplied with a prescription drugs come from and that's because you're talking about someone who prescribe the drug. Selling cocaine -- illegal what are they going to be able to figure out who that person was who sold -- the cocaine may be but I don't think that's going to be. You also mentioned about witness tampering but there are two possible scenarios that they are saying -- caused. Her death that. That's right either the possibility that she had a heart attack sort of passes out. In the bathtub or effectively. Passes out because of the cocaine now -- it sounds like beyond the autopsy is also suggesting it could have been a combination. The two as well so that's another factor so they wouldn't we consider witness tampering it wasn't proven that -- -- discredit any yet again I would I would call it probably more likely evidence tampering then witness tampering. Because witness tampering would relate to enact their investigation talking about a witness but. I think it high profile case the authorities want to cover all -- priests they wanna be able to say we've looked at this case we thoroughly investigated. And here's why we decided not to move forward if they don't so I think they're gonna look at everything here and I in the -- think that no one. Will be charged criminally because -- -- herself said. Members she said. She's the one who has to take it is the responsibility in here Michael -- the last high profile. Case but this is so different yet because there you're talking a prescription drugs by doctors here you're talking about illegal drugs. -- --

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