jacksoncoroner10.jpg The complete Los Angeles County Coroner's report in the death of Michael Jackson has been made public, and it confirms what we already know - that Propofol was to blame for the King of Pop's death.

The report reveals that Propofol and benzodiazepines were given to Jackson before he died from cardiac arrest on June 25, 2009, and there are several other details in the report that will be used against Dr. Conrad Murray in court this afternoon.

Not only was the standard of care for administering Propofol not met, but the report says that the recommended medical equipment for patient monitoring, dosing and resuscitation was not present either. The report added that Propofol was administered in a non-hospital setting without any valid medical reason, which certainly isn't going to help Murray's case today.