Rumors and speculations have been swirling about the late Michael Jackson's death without conclusion. However, amongst all the clamor, it has been reported that the LAPD believes the pop star's death was due to misuse of a powerful anesthesia and his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, may have been involved.
According to TMZ.com, law enforcement officials claim there is "plenty of powerful evidence" connecting Dr. Murray as the person who injected Jackson with the drug. The physical evidence encompassed an array of medical items found in the singer's house, including the anesthestic drip, Propofol, an IV stand and oxygen tank.
Propofol is a powerful sedative that is used in hospitals to put patients, who are undergoing surgery, to sleep. It is believed that Jackson often requested the drug to curb his insomnia.
The investigation into the singer's death has led to yesterday's (July 14) subpoena of the singer's former dermatologist.
Los Angeles County's chief coroner investigator Craig Harvey said, "We are serving a coroner subpoena at the office of Dr. Klein to obtain medical records. That is all I can comment on."
"Dr. Klein has been and continues to cooperate with the coroner's office into the investigation if the death of Michael Jackson. There will be no further comments in Dr. Klein at this time. Also the coroner has indicated to us that Dr. Klein is not under investigation by the coroner's office," said Klein's lawyer Bradley Boyer.
Harvey added the move was not unusual, revealing several other subpoenas have been issued in relation to Michael's death, reports Yahoo News.
In the meantime, details of the singer's bizarre behavior have been begun to surface. Las Vegas businessman, Jack Whinsa, who attempted to stage comeback shows for Jackson in 2006 and 2007, has opened up about his time with the pop star.
Whinsa claims he found Michael at a 16,000 sq ft Las Vegas home with his three children in December of 2006, and was shocked by the condition Michael left it in by the time he moved from the home.
Whinsa said, "I'm looking around the house for him and I go into the master bedroom and there's no mattress on the bed. I go into another bedroom, there's no mattresses on the bed. I finally open up a room that was kind of like an empty room and all the mattresses are on the floor lined up so Michael can sleep there with the three kids.
"The day he moved out, the Christmas trees were still up seven months later. It was totally a mess."
Jack also claims Michael had a strained relationship with his father Joe, and once left him waiting outside the home for nine-and-a-half hours.
He said, "Joe left without seeing him. I believe Michael was tormented tremendously from his early childhood."