Michael Jackson's Death Ruled Homicide

Michael Jackson's death has officially been ruled a homicide.

Which means that Dr. Conrad Murray, MJ's doc who was with him when he died, is going down.

According to law enforcement sources who spoke to the Associated Press, the Los Angeles coroner's office found lethal levels of propofol in Michael's body after he died, according to a search warrant affidavit unsealed in a Houston court Monday.

Conrad Murray admitted to giving Michael the drug the morning he died, and detectives have been investigating whether or not the fact that he administered propofol outside a hospital and as a sleep aid would be classified as negligence for an involuntary manslaughter charge.

The doc also admitted to giving Michael a mixture of other drugs on the morning of his death, before he administered the propofol.

Not the smartest thing for a doctor to do, apparently.

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