Michael Jackson’s Doctor Reportedly Ordered Propofol From A Pharmacist

Dr. Conrad Murray ordered 15 liters of Propofol from a pharmacist, which was revealed at a court on Tuesday.

Michael Jackson

The doctor told pharmacist Tim Lopez that the powerful anesthetic was intended for a number of patients at a clinic he ran in Los Angeles. Dr. Murray placed the final order on June 10, 2009 – 15 days before the singer’s death – for 40 large vials and 50 of the small ones. Meanwhile, the doctor denies involuntary manslaughter but faces up to four years in jail if convicted.

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