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The defense team for Dr. Conrad Murray who stands accused of involuntary manslaughter in the premature death of R&B icon Michael Jackson, has now switched gears and will use the theory that the entertainer may have killed himself.

Dr. Murray, a cardiologist and Jackson’s live-in private physician at the time of his death on June 25, 2009, was arrested for allegedly administering a cocktail of drugs, but most notably, a lethal dose of propofol to the King of Pop as a sleeping agent. The drug should only be distributed in a hospital and under the caution and guidance of an anesthesiologist.

Defense lawyer Michael Flanagan is claiming that the syringes and intravenous drip found at Jackson’s bedside should have been adequately examined to determine “the means of who injected Jackson.” Dr. Murray is claiming that he is innocent of giving Jackson such a high concentration of the powerful anesthetic.

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