We know. Gross.
At a hearing yesterday, Dr. Conrad Murray's legal team was granted a request to get fluid samples of Michael Jackson as part of the late music icon's embattled personal physician's defense in his involuntary manslaughter trial.
Dr. Murray's attorneys want to re-test fluids to determine the accuracy levels of the Propofol found in Jackson's body. Murray is expected to contend that Jackson killed himself by administering a lethal dose while he left the room.
That'll give the MJ fans something to protest.
Dr. Conrad Murray faces an involuntary manslaughter charge.
According to the L.A. County Coroner's report, Michael Jackson died of acute Propofol intoxication. The Coroner has fluid samples and they've been preserved.
A preliminary trial date was set for January 4. At that point, a judge will determine if Dr. Conrad Murray will stand trial or the case will be thrown out.
Assuming the case is not dismissed, and no plea bargains are reached - Murray is said to be opposed to a deal - then an actual trial date will be set.
As you can see, these things move slowly.