The Los Angeles County coroner's ruled Michael Jackson's death a homicide, according to the Associated Press.
Officials say a fatal combination of drugs was given to Jackson hours before he died at his rented mansion; he was apparently poisoned by an interaction between the powerful anesthetic propofol and two sedatives.
Dr. Conrad Murray, a cardiologist who attended to Jacko in the weeks before his death, is the target of an LAPD investigation, authorities say.
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Turns out it wasn't such a joke that a "doctor" was responsible for Jacko's demise, now was it?
Don't hold it against us that the cops are talking about a different doctor, and that the rest of what we wrote in our satire is complete malarkey.