Dr. Conrad Murray is planning to testify that Michael Jackson is the one who administered the fatal dose of Propofol to himself back on June 25 2009.
Murray faces a manslaughter charge in the death of Jackson, but insists that he was not the one who injected the fatal dose, reports dBTechno.
His argument is expected to claim that he gave Jackson 25 mg of Propofol from a 20 ml. bottle to help him sleep. He stayed in the room while the “Thriller” star dozed off but had to leave the room for approximately 2 minutes to use the bathroom.
The defense theory is that while he was away for a short time, Jackson suddenly awakened and, frustrated that he spent nearly 9 hours trying to sleep, took the remaining of the 20 ml. bottle of Propofol and injected the contents through the IV.
Murray faces up to four years in prison if convicted, AHN says.
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