New Michael Jackson Documentary Reveals He Had Dolls And Photos Of Kids In His Room
The fascinating life and death of global pop star Michael Jackson is set to be looked at again in a new documentary on Quest Red.
True crime show Killing Michael Jackson will further examine the circumstances surrounding his death.
Jackson was found dead after suffering a cardiac arrest after having what has been suggested was a fatal dose of the propofol. The drug is a medication that gives people a decreased level of consciousness and lack of memory for events.
Jackson's doctor, Dr Conrad Murray, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 and served two years in prison.
The detectives who first attended the scene of his death have revealed what they found when they got there in the new documentary.
Having led the original investigation into Jackson's death - Orlando Martinez, Dan Myers and Scott Smith - will reveal details, with photographs from inside Jackson's home treatment room, bedroom, and of Dr Conrad Murray's medical bag.
The detectives recall finding a strange array of items in the room. Speaking on the documentary, Martinez describes entering the scene.
"There were post-it notes, or pieces of paper taped all over the room and mirrors and doors with little slogans or phrases," he said.
"I don't know if they were lyrics or thoughts. Some of them seemed like poems. The bedroom was... it was a mess."
He continued: "There was a lifelike doll on the bed, and there was kind of like advertisements pictures of babies. It did not seem like a room fit for any type of medical treatment."
They also described finding Murray's medical case hidden on the property. The fact that it had been concealed was what first made the suspect him of foul play.
Martinez added: "We found a bunch more medicines that were used, like propofol. We found all the waste, all the trash. The needles, the empty bottles, the stuff that, when we went into the room, should have been laying there.
"So we knew that sometime during this medical emergency, Dr Murray had stopped either giving CPR or had waited to give CPR and cleaned up everything."
Detective Meyers added: "Within 48 hours, it appeared that it was a suspicious death in that there was something more than just an overdose."
After being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011, Murray received the maximum sentence of four years in prison. His Texas medical licence was revoked and his California and Nevada licences were suspended.
Killing Michael Jackson airs 10pm Saturday 22 June on Quest Red and the QuestOD app.
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