In the months before he died, Jackson was having trouble urinating, Murray told police. When police asked Murray about rotten marijuana and empty cigarette packs found in a bedroom that Jackson didn't allow Murray or any one else to enter, Murray seemed surprised.
Murray said he didn't know the singer to smoke, but said he wore excessive cologne.
" [I] never understood how he sprayed that much on…it could have been to dismiss any odor," Murray told police.
Detective Scott Smith helped conduct the police interview. He told jurors today that Murray appeared shocked when police revealed to him that they hadn't yet found his medical bags at the time of the interview.
"His eyes got bigger, wider as if he was surprised," Smith said.
Those three bags contained vials of propofol, saline bags and a blood pressure cuff.
Smith said that until the police interview, Murray had not told any one that he had given Jackson propofol.