View Michael Jackson's official autopsy report
Michael Jackson’s autopsy report details the condition of his body including tattoos and scarring from plastic surgery. The tattoos include dark markings on his scalp, both eyebrows and pink tattoos on his lips. The pathologist who performed the autopsy on Michael Jackson and wrote the report took the stand on Tuesday after prosecutors finish playing the last 45 minutes of the L.A.P.D. interview with Dr. Conrad Murray.
Dr. Christopher Rogers testified about the cause and manner of Jackson's death, which he ruled as homicide due to acute propofol intoxication in combination with other sleep inducing medications.
One of the more crucial pieces of Dr. Rogers' testimony will be his determination that the King of Pop did not self-administer the propofol – which goes completely against the key argument put out there by the defense.
Dr. Rogers could also detail some of the health issues Jackson suffered, including the skin condition vitiligo and osteoarthritis in his back.
Dr. Rogers also ruled in his autopsy report that the standard of care for administering propofol was not met, because the recommended equipment for patient monitoring, precision dosing, and resuscitation was not present.
Here is the actual autopsy report itself, prepared by Dr. Rogers. No shortage of eye-opening information inside. Take a look and share your reactions with us in the comments below or over on Twitter @HLNTV or @InSession. Also on the Facebook pages for HLN or In Session.
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