Law enforcement sources say the one and only person the LAPD is focusing on in the ongoing Michael Jackson homicide investigation is Dr. Conrad Murray.
For weeks, Murray has garnered the most attention from investigators and the media outlets covering the case, as he was Jackson's personal physician.
But other Jackson doctors, including Dr. Arnold Klein, have been scrutinized by law enforcement for their role in supplying the late superstar with drugs.
Sources say that right now, however, Dr. Conrad Murray is the only person in the crosshairs in the homicide investigation surrounding Jackson's death.
Police are treating the death of Michael Jackson (1958-2009) as a homicide.
Michael Jackson died June 25 of a lethal Propofol injection administered by Dr. Murray. He has admitted this, and while he clearly did not mean to cause the death of the King of Pop, a number of factors may result in criminal charges being filed.
Among the many inconsistencies and strange actions taken by Murray on the day of Jackson's deathis the unexplained 82-minute window during which the singer was believed to have stopped breathing before anyone dialed 911.
Sources say manslaughter or even murder charges are imminent.
Other doctors are by no means in the clear, as they may be facing fraudulent prescription charges as well as consequences for prescribing to an addict.