The ongoing Michael Jackson homicide investigation is nearing its end, and will be presented to the L.A. County District Attorney in ... 3-4 weeks.
Hey, no one said it was moving quickly. Just almost done.
The bulk of the investigation is completed and Michael Jackson's personal doctor at the time of his death June 25 remains the singular target, sources say.
LAPD detectives have requested opinions from several medical experts who will analyze the evidence and offer their opinions on Dr. Conrad Murray's conduct.
Several glaring inconsistencies and suspect findings regarding Murray's actions on the above date have police pondering what to believe and how to respond.
Will Dr. Conrad Murray be charged in the death of Michael Jackson?
Medical experts usually submit their findings in 2-3 weeks, and detectives need another week to compile evidence for their formal presentation to the D.A.
Law enforcement sources also say an arrest will not be made before Dr. Conrad Murray is charged with a crime, assuming he is charged with a crime at all.
A manslaughter charge seems the most likely crime he would be charged with, a;though less serious - and more serious - charges have not been ruled out.
The case is complicated by the fact that Jackson was taking various drugs, even with compelling evidence that Propofol was the direct cause of his death.