The Los Angeles Police Department interviewed Dr. Conrad Murray on tape two days after Michael Jackson's death. According to that interview, this is the timeline Murray asserts occurred on that date:
1:30am Murray gives Michael a 10 mg Valium (diazepam tablet) 2:00am Murray administers a 2 mg IV lorazepam injection 3:00am Murray administers 2 mg of midazolam via IV 5:00am Murray administers another 2 mg of midazolam via IV 7:30am Murray administers another 2 mg of midazolam 10:40am Murray injects 25 mg of propofol via syringe
Murray does not clearly account for his whereabouts or actions between 10:40am and 12 noon, however he asserts he only left Michael alone for two minutes to relieve himself. He maintains he found Michael unresponsive at noon after only two minutes' lack of supervision. The prosecution vigorously disputes this defense. According to Murray, he administered nothing but benzodiazepines all night and gave one small dose of propofol in the morning hours. This is unsupported by toxicology reports and autopsy findings.
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