Posted on Wed Oct 5, 2011 04:15 PM PDT
Propofol became the focus of the Dr. Conrad Murray involuntary manslaughter trial once more when testimony resumed Wednesday afternoon.
The investigator who inspected Michael Jackson's room on the day he died, Elissa Fleak, testified that she found a large pill collection next to the King of Pop's bed (shown above).
Among the pills were the sedatives Diazepam, Lorazepam and Temazepam. Fleak also found a blue bag stuffed with Propofol. Last week, Jackson's bodyguard Alberto Alvarez testified that Murray had asked him to put the vials in that pack, and he complied before 911 was called.
Earlier in the day, forensic expert Stephen Marx testified that he found a voicemail in Murray's phone discussing "an episode" Jackson had on June 19.
In the message left on June 20, five days before MJ's death, the singer's manager Frank Di Leo says, "He's sick. I think you need to get a blood test on him. We gotta see what he's doing."
June 19 was the same day director Kenny Ortega, who testified early last week, noticed that Michael was having severe health issues.
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