Jackson Autopsy Photos

April 22, 2011 by staff 

Jackson Autopsy Photos, (AFP) – Prosecutors in the trial of Michael Jackson’s doctor show pictures of his last days and autopsy photos it says show that he was a suicide, a judge ruled.

California, Judge Michael Pastor admitted the evidence in the trial of Conrad Murray, who was with the “King of Pop” shortly before his June, death from an overdose of sedatives. The trial will start May 9.

The state, which has accused Murray of murder, argues that the images of Jackson rehearsing before “This Is It” tour will show creatively engaged and the autopsy photos show that was in good health.

The defense has said that Jackson had an extra dose of the powerful sedative propofol without the knowledge of Murray to kill himself, objected to showing the pictures, saying it would serve to inflame emotions.

But Shepherd insisted the pictures were admissible, saying: “… There are horrible is not graphical is not inflammatory”

He added that one of the photos shows a dress from Jackson on a stretcher and another showing the nked body, adding that “any part of the torso are blocked.”

The judge also will allow jurors to see clips of Jackson rehearsing “The Way You Make Me Feel” on June 23, two days before his death, and “Earth Song” on June, saying they were “related with his behavior. ”

However, ruled against any discussion of claims against Jackson, his estate or Murray, saying they were irrelevant and could “turn what should be really focused” on a “salaciousanlysis of personal financial affairs.”

It will allow the testimony of three women who prosecutors say was a “personal and social relationship” with Murray, but accepted a defense request that it does not mention that Murray met two of them in strip clubs.

Jackson died at age from an overdose of propofol, a powerful anesthetic used as a sleep aid.

Murray, who claims that Jackson gave him an appropriate dose of the drug, has pleaded innocent. If convicted, he faces four years in prison.

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