The Los Angeles County coroner has ruled that Michael Jackson’s death was a homicide. The coroner concluded that Jackson died from “acute propofol intoxication,” a statement from the coroner’s office said.
Texas authorities released court documents Thursday detailing the items seized from the medical office and storage unit of Dr. Conrad Murray, the cardiologist who was with Jackson when he fell ill and died on June 25
The Jackson family knows that the probe into singer Michael Jackson’s death could turn into a criminal case, a source close to the family told CNN Thursday. “The family is aware of a potential criminal prosecution,” the source, who did not want to be identified, said.
Michael Jackson’s dermatologist did not rule out that he may be the biological father of Jackson’s children, and Dr. Arnold Klein denied that he ever gave Jackson dangerous drugs. Klein, in an interview Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” denied that he was on the list of doctors being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department
The first official indication that a family service for Michael Jackson will be held at Forest Lawn Cemetery came from a Los Angeles police official Sunday. Forest Lawn officials were working with the Jackson family on their plans, which were part of “a package” of events Tuesday, said Jim McDonnell, assistant chief of staff of the Los Angeles Police Department. His comments, however, did not answer questions about where or when Jackson would be buried.
Toxicology reports from Michael Jackson’s body will disprove rumors that the singer’s personal physician injected him with powerful painkillers, the attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray said Monday
Michael Jackson’s cardiologist, who met with detectives Saturday, has provided information that will help with the investigation into the singer’s death, the Los Angeles Police Department said. The department said late Saturday that it conducted an “extensive interview” with the doctor, who may have been the last person to see Jackson alive. “Dr
Bob Kistner had given up hope of ever finding his great-aunt’s killer. The retired police sergeant was just a rookie at the Long Beach Police Department when Maybelle Hudson, 80, was beaten, raped and strangled in her Inglewood garage after returning home from choir practice one day in April 1976.
A man charged this month with killing two Los Angeles women more than three decades ago may be linked to as many as 30 unsolved murders and "numerous sexual assaults," Los Angeles police said. Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton called a Thursday news conference to reveal the suspect’s name and details of the cases against him.