EXCLUSIVE: Lawyer Is "Sure" A Case Being Made Against Murray

Jul. 27 2009, Updated 1:15 p.m. ET

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In response to allegations that Dr. Conrad Murray injected Michael Jackson with propofol the day before his death, lawyers for Murray have spoken out exclusively to RadarOnline.com.

“It’s a waste of time responding to all these timed ‘leaks’ from ‘anonymous’ sources," said Tammy Kidd, spokesperson for Murray's lawyer Ed Chernoff.

"I have no doubt they want to make a case – for goodness sakes, its Michael Jackson - but things tend to shake out when all the facts are made known."

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As we reported exclusively, Murray will likely face manslaughter charges.

"Everyone needs to take a breath and wait for these long delayed toxicology results," Kidd said.

Click here for explosive information from Jackson's private chef about Murray's treatment of the star.

CNN supposedly confirmed that Murray administered the deadly injection  that took Jackson's life on June 25.

Sources from law enforcement told us last week that Murray is "going down."

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