SURPRISE SURPRISE - More delays if the the mirror is to be believed
Michael Jackson: Police say inquiry could take months
Exclusive By Ryan Parry 26/08/2009
Detectives probing Michael Jackson’s death do not expect to make an arrest in the homicide case “for months”, it emerged yesterday.
Jacko’s doctor Conrad Murray could be charged with manslaughter after the Los Angeles Coroner’s office ruled that the singer’s death was homicide.
Police are investigating Dr Murray and other doctors who may have given prescription drugs illegally.
But a source said: “We’re looking at months before we make any arrests. We want to build a concrete case.”
Dr Murray has admitted giving the powerful sedative propofol to Jacko on the day he died to help him sleep.
Yesterday it was claimed the coroner cannot scientifically pinpoint the exact time of death due to the heat of the room where paramedics found ’s body.
Dr Murray says he administered propofol at 10.40am and found Jacko not breathing at 10.52. Emergency services were called at 12.21.
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