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By Michael P. Orsi
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Elissa Fleak
Prosecutors have called a police detective who interviewed the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death to introduce a recording of the session for jurors.
A defense attorney is continuing his cross-examination of a coroner's toxicologist who has told jurors autopsy tests found a powerful anesthetic throughout Michael Jackson's body.
Prosecutors are expected to play for jurors on Friday a police interview conducted with the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death, during which he lays out his version of events in the final hours of the singer's life.
The coroner's chief toxicologist says the powerful anesthetic propofol was found in Michael Jackson's blood, urine and liver when he died.
A defense attorney on Thursday attacked the notes and recollections of a coroner's investigator who collected medication and other items from the bedroom of Michael Jackson after he died.
A coroner's investigator acknowledged Thursday that she made mistakes while collecting medications and other evidence from Michael Jackson's bedroom after he died, but she minimized the issues by saying no investigation is perfect.
Six weeks before Michael Jackson died, his doctor recorded the semi-comatose superstar mumbling what might have been his farewell address to the world.
A coroner's investigator testified Friday that she found 12 bottles of a powerful anesthetic that contributed to the death of Michael Jackson in the singer's bedroom and closet after he died.
Fleak denied any wrongdoing, and denied Chernoff's contention that she had made "a substantial number of mistakes."
A bottle of medicine Fleak said she had found on the floor was photographed on a nightstand.