Exclusive: Michael Jackson’s Haunting Final Plea Revealed by Doctor Before Lethal Overdose

On June 25, 2009, the unexpected news of Michael Jackson’s death rocked the entertainment industry and the entire world.

The legendary Thriller performer fell away at home in Los Angeles, when he was getting ready for a 50-date tour in the UK. Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, stated that the singer looked to have gone into cardiac arrest and stopped breathing immediately after receiving a large dosage of benzodiazepine and propofol from Murray to help him fall asleep.

Medical personnel tried their hardest, but Jackson was not able to be resuscitate. Two hours after Murray called 911 in an emergency, he was declared dead.

In the wake of Michael Jackson’s death, Dr. Murray was charged with involuntary manslaughter after an autopsy and inquiry, much to the grief and suffering of millions of fans around the globe.

Murray’s defense team claimed throughout the trial that Jackson, 50, took eight lorazepam tablets the night before he passed away—a medication that Murray had not given to him.

Jackson’s defense team contended that after Dr. Murray left the room, he self-administered a dose of propofol that combined with lorazepam to cause a deadly combination in his body.

“Thoughtless as a whole, there’s no proof that Dr. Murray did it.”

Murray was sentenced to four years in jail after the prosecution claimed that Jackson’s life was lost due to Murray’s “misplaced trust.”

Now, fifteen years later, Dr. Murray’s account of Jackson’s last, moving words has surfaced once more.

Murray claimed at his manslaughter trial that Jackson had asked for “milk,” a reference to the anesthetic propofol.

“[Jackson] said, ‘Please, please, give him some milk so that I can sleep, because I know that this is all that really works for me,'” the LA Times reports that Murray told the jury.

“This is merely a medication called propofol that he was aware of.

“Just put me to sleep, I don’t care what time I wake up,” he murmured.

“At that time, I committed to switching to propofol.”

Dr. Murray clarified that he left Jackson’s bedside for a quick two-minute restroom break after giving the medication. When he got back, Jackson was no longer breathing.

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Exclusive: Michael Jackson’s Haunting Final Plea Revealed by Doctor Before Lethal Overdose
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