The Syringe that Killed Michael Jackson MIGHT Be Going Up for Auction
The whole situation does not sound like a good one, however, with the syringe having been 'obtained secretly' (i.e. stolen) and Michael Jackson's family opposing the sale and trying to stop it. The seller isn't even sure yet if he can legally auction it off (he's in talks with lawyers). Guess we'll have to wait and see.
His personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter for allegedly administering drugs such as Valium, lorazepam and propofol to Jackson. California's attorney general Jerry Brown has asked the court to bar Murray from practicing medicine until the charges are resolved. He has filed papers requesting that a judge restrict Murray's medical license as a condition of his bail. Dr. Murray, a cardiologist, went back to work after Jackson's death.