Dr Conrad Murray Is Suspected In Michael Jackson’s Death

Law enforcement sources tell us one of the theories they're exploring in Michael Jackson's death is that Dr. Conrad Murray administered Propofol to the singer and then left the room, eventually to return to a dead body.

Our sources say when paramedics arrived Michael Jackson was found with an IV in his arm, an IV stand nearby along with an empty IV bag and oxygen tank ,TMZ.com reports.

However, always image conscious in life, Michael Jackson allegedly lay dead in the morgue missing his "false nose," according to a report.

London ’s Daily Mail quotes a witness in the morgue saying Jackson had "a small hole where the singer's nose should have been."

"The prosthesis he normally attached to his damaged nose was missing, revealing bits of cartilage surrounding a small dark hole," the witness told the Mail , New York Daily News reports.

The personal physician treating Michael Jackson at the time of his death is now a suspect in the investigation as to the cause of the pop idol’s death, with documents found at his surgery revealing details of drugs found.

Dr Conrad Murray, allegedly the last person to see the entertainer alive, is now officially the subject of a manslaughter investigation, according to the warrant that permitted a search of his office and storage unit in Houston last week , WCJB World News reports.