Don’t expect charges to be pressed against anyone in connection with Michael Jackson’s homicide-ruled death in the near future, as RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the Los Angeles Police Dept. and the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office still haven’t met with the city’s Coroner’s Office to discuss further details of Michael Jackson’s death.
“This is still very much an ongoing investigation,” a law enforcement source told RadarOnline.com. “It could be weeks — or months — before the case is formally turned over to the DA’s office.”
In the majority of homicide cases, the DA meets in-depth with Coroner’s Office authorities before deciding whether to pursue further action against a party. Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office spokesperson Sandi Gibbons confirmed to RadarOnline.com that a meeting had between the parties had not yet taken place.
“There is no scheduled meeting on the books for anyone from the LA County Coroner’s Office to meet with the LAPD and DA together,” a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com. “When the cops and DA’s office are ready to meet with the coroner, they will let them know and the coroner will go over the findings of the death investigation into Michael Jackson. It’s still under a security hold placed by the LAPD.”
Jackson died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest June 25 in Los Angeles.