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Not Convincing Enough? Look At The Evidence That Didn't Sell The Jury In Michael Jackson Death Trial

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Jun. 11 2013, Published 8:59 a.m. ET

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Michael Jackson’s tragic death on June 25, 2009 was a shock to the nation and the King of Pop’s extreme dependency on prescription drugs was little known outside his inner circle. As the wrongful death trial is underway, pitting Michael’s family against the promotions group AEG, multiple new evidence pictures have been released by the Los Angeles Police Department by RadarOnline.com that show the disarray in the bedroom where he died including the multiple prescriptions found, the oxygen tanks and Dr. Conrad Murray’s medical bags with medication.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s bedroom with hanging bag for medication.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom

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The master bedroom in Michael Jackson’s mansion where he died on June 25, 2009.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s bedroom in disarray after his death, with medical equipment strewn on the bed and the floor.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s bedroom in disarray after his death, with medical equipment strewn on the bed and the floor.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s infamous embroidered costume jackets hanging in the closet of his home in Bel Air where he died on June 25, 2009.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s infamous embroidered costume jackets hanging in the closet of his home in Bel Air where he died on June 25, 2009.

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Inside Jackson's master bedroom.

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Michael Jackson’s infamous embroidered costume jackets hanging in the closet of his home in Bel Air where he died on June 25, 2009.

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Jackson's medication.

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Prescription medication bottles in Michael Jackson’s name on the bedside table, including Diazepam.

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Propofol vial.

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Propofol medication bottle found in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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More meds found at house.

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Prescription medication bottles: Lorazepam in Michael Jackson’s name, two prescriptions for Omar Arnold from Mickey Fine Pharmacy in Beverly Hills, CA and a diazepam prescription with the top of the label ripped off.

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Oxygen tanks at house.

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Oxygen tanks in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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Inside house

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Closet in Michael Jackson’s Bel Air mansion.

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Murray's med bag.

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Dr. Conrad Murray’s medical bad with medication in the closet in Michael Jackson’s Bel Air mansion.

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Meds at house.

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Bottles of Lidocaine perceptions found in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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Meds at house.

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Prescription medication found in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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Meds at house.

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Prescription medication found in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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Meds at house.

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Four bottles of Propofol, and four other bottles of prescription medications found in Michael Jackson’s bedroom.

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Outside of house.

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Outside Michael Jackson’s rented mansion on Carolwood in Bel Air, California where he died on June 25, 2009.

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