It's looking more and more like Dr. Conrad Murray's defense team is going to need a miracle to get their client off the hook in the death of Michael Jackson.
While Murray didn't mean to kill anyone, the charge is involuntary manslaughter, and expert after expert continues to make the case that he's responsible.
The prosecution's star witness said yesterday that Murray gave Jackson higher dosages of drugs than he told detectives, and that's not even the worst part.
Apparently, the anesthetic Propofol was still being fueled into Michael's veins as he passed. Jackson "died, but with the infusion running," Dr. Steven Shafer testified.
Throughout the day, Shafer - who previously listed 17 reasons Michael died as a result of Murray's care - used charts and demonstrations to emphasize his point.
In turn, he shredded Murray's medical care and the implausibility of defense suggestions that MJ gave himself an overdose of propofol or the sedative Lorazepam.
Instead, Shafer says Murray took his eyes off Jackson more than long enough to miss seeing Jackson's lungs become depleted and his heart stop beating.