Los Angeles police interviewed Michael Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray, for 3 hours last night and found “no red flag” or indication of foul play in the pop icon's death, a source tells the LA Times. The LAPD says Murray is cooperating and is not a suspect, but Jackson's family doesn't want him cleared just yet, TMZ reports. They doubt his ability as a doctor and want a criminal investigation.
A second autopsy commissioned by the family will yield results in a few days. But without Jackson's brain—which the coroner likely kept to perform a neuropathology test—they won't know whether he suffered past overdoses or brain damage from drugs. The family, assembled in Los Angeles, is putting together plans for a public memorial or funeral.
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