May Have Been Earlier
After the coroner ruled that Michael died after a huge overdose of the anesthetic Propofol, experts probing the case believe that he may have died at around 9a.m. that morning, and that his body was moved back to his own bedroom. The 911 call was not made until 12.22p.m.
Dr Steven Hoefflin, who is helping Michael’s family investigate his death, spoke to emergency crews involved in Michael’s case and has spoken of what he found.
“They say he had lividity, which means blood had already sunk to the back of his body. This indicates Michael’s heart had stopped hours earlier.”
Experts at the coroner’s office believe Michael’s body was moved after they discovered disruptions in the pattern of settled blood.
Ex-FBI agent Ted Gunderson, who has also monitored the case, said the evidence pointed to a “massive cover-up” by physician Dr Conrad Murray.
Source: Daily Record & MJWN