Representatives for Dr. Conrad Murray, the cardiologist treating Michael Jackson, have refused to comment on RadarOnline.com’s exclusive report that the doctor was seen on several occasions with oxygen tanks. Oxygen is used to help administer Diprivan, a powerful sedative that was found by police in Jackson’s house. Diprivan, also known as Propofol, is used as an anesthetic and home use is unheard of.
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But Douglas B. Jones, who worked for Jackson as a chef until weeks before the singer’s death saw Murray many times moving sizable oxygen tanks at the house, he said in an exclusive RadarOnline.com interview that sheds new light on the situation. Diprivan could only be used with oxygen.
“We can’t comment on any aspect of the investigation unless it comes through an official channel,” Dr. Murray’s reps told RadarOnline.com when asked about the oxygen tanks. He has made other statements to the press up until now.