As it waits for the findings of several outside consultants, the L.A. County Coroner's office needs another two weeks to release a full Michael Jackson autopsy report.
Some tests are already in and reliable sources say Propofol will ultimately be listed as the primary cause of death. But the Coroner does not release partial results.
Meanwhile, the center of the investigation, Dr. Conrad Murray, has made himself scarce since speaking with the LAPD two days after Michael Jackson's death.
The doctor, who was serving as Michael Jackson's personal physician at the time of the music superstar's death, has left California, at least for the time being.
Dr. Conrad Murray is reportedly back in Houston, Tex., where he practices medicine. As for him being implicated in Jackson's death, it looks like when, not if.
Murder may be a stretch, but Life & Style may not have been as far off as we thought with the above cover. Criminal charges may be filed against his personal doctor.
LAPD detectives continue what has become an exhaustive investigation. They are leaving no stone unturned and are already treating the case like a homicide.
It's looking more and more like the anesthesia Propofol, which no one should ever be given outside a hospital was the cause of Jackson's death June 25.
It is also looking more and more like Murray is the man who administered Propofol.
We emphasize that he has not been charged with a crime. This is just what we are hearing. As always, we will post more details as they become available.