Michael Jackson‘s death was “inevitable” and there are many culprits in the drug-induced cardiac arrest that took his life. The King of Pop died in June 2009 at his home in Los Angeles, for which his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, was jailed for involuntary manslaughter.
But people close to the case have now said that there are others involved who should have been found guilty for allowing the interpreter to reach the level of drug addiction he was at when he died.
The 69-year-old heart surgeon, who was released from jail in 2013 after serving half of his four-year sentence, began working for Jackson in 2006. He had given the “Thriller” singer various medications to help him sleep the night of his death, at his rented house in Holmy Hills, Los Angeles.
But now Los Angeles Police Department officer Orlando Martinez has admitted it’s “incredible” that Michael Jackson didn’t die sooner, due to his acute addition to numbing drugs like propofol. The detective told TMZ‘s investigation:
Michael Jackson's tragic death was 'inevitable' and there are MULTIPLE people to blame for his drug-induced cardiac arrest, #LAPD #detective reveals in new bombshell documentary#MichaelJackson #bignexttidings pic.twitter.com/a4nIH6pzP7
— Big next tidings (@bignexttidings) August 30, 2022
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“I truly believe this death was inevitable. Michael was going to get what he wanted. And if you told him no, he would find someone to do it for him. There are a lot of people who are to blame and have never had a reckoning for his death“.
Jackson went to several doctors who prescribed medications, so he accumulated a large number of them on many occasions. For his part, the specialist stated that he was “manipulated” by the star, who never told him that he suffered from drug addiction when he became his doctor.
The doctor said that Jackson’s height, from 1.70 meters, had dropped to just over 1.50, that he suffered from chills, insomnia and mood swings and that he was dependent on propofol. The TMZ investigation will air on Tuesday, September 6th on the FOX channel.