Jackson Doc Stonewalls on Dangerous Surgery Drug
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser User
Posted Jul 6, 2009 3:35 AM CDT
The attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray has denied that the physician provided Oxycontin or Demerol to Michael Jackson the day he died, but refuses to make a similar statement concerning Propofol.   (AP Photo/Houston Chronicle)
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(Newser) – The doctor with Michael Jackson the night he died is stonewalling questions about whether he provided the singer with the dangerous anesthesia Propofol, reports TMZ. The attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray has denied that the physician gave Jackson OxyContin or Demerol. But as for the Porpofol found in Jackson's home, a drug Los Angeles police seem particularly concerned about, "I have no statement on whether the doctor prescribed or administered Propofol," said his lawyer.