17. Dan Anderson: The Los Angeles County coroner’s office criminalist testified that the King of Pop died with Propofol in his stomach. He also said six other substances — including lidocaine, diazepam (Valium), nordiazepam (a metabolite of Valium), lorazepam (Ativan), midazolam (Versed) and ephedrine — were found in the singer’s body after he died. 19. Dr. Nader Kamanger: the UCLA sleep expert supported the prosecution’s stance Murray shouldn’t have ever administered the King of Pop propofol to help him sleep, calling it “beyond a departure from the standard of care into something unfathomable.” Kamanger said Murray shouldn’t have left Jackson — “a patient that may potentially have a substance abuse problem,” he said — by himself in the room unsupervised with a plethora of drugs at his disposal.
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