Michale Jackson 'killed by aide'

Michael Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray's office and home had been raided by the DEA over the last couple of weeks looking for evidence of manslaughter, but according to The Sun, it wasn‘t Murray who caused the King of Pop’s death – an aide administered a shot of Demerol while the doctor slept.

Murray had reportedly already given him a dose of Propofol – a surgical anaesthetic that should only be given in a place where the patient’s heart and oxygen levels can be monitored – that day, but when the effects wore off, Jackson woke and demanded more pain killers. One of his staff gave him what he wanted, and the combination of the two drugs gave the singer the heart attack that killed him.

Murray would set up a system to give Michael a steady intravenous release of Diprivan through the night,’ said a source The Sun. ‘But this time Michael woke up before Murray did and asked one of his aides for some Demerol. The aide gave it to him, but it was too soon after receiving the anaesthetic. That's what killed him.

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