Conrad Murray trial: prosecution witness talks propofol, Michael Jackson

The trial is nearing the next stage.

We are starting to get to the point in the Conrad Murray trial where the case is going to go to jury, but before that happens there are still some witnesses to hear from.

On Friday, one of the more high-profile ones to speak out for the prosecution was Dr. Paul White — an anesthesiologist who also is an expert when it comes to propofol — which is what ultimately caused Michael Jackson to overdose and pass away.

White argued that there is ultimately no evidence that Murray administered propofol on June 25, 2009 to Jackson via an IV drip — which is what the prosecution has argued. He also went with the same argument as the defense that Jackson hooked himself up to the IV administered the fatal dose himself. (The only dose he believes Murray gave was a small, non-lethal injection.)

While these points could be considered a win for the defense, the prosecution still had a number of other key issues including why Murray waited so long to call 911 and failed to properly administer CPR.

At this point in the trial, what do you think will be the verdict in the end?

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