Dr. Rogers, who performed the autopsy on Michael Jackson's body, testified that there are no possibilitiesy that Jackson gave himself the overdose of the drug, because Jackson couldn't to give himself the anesthetic in the two minutes when Murray said he was out of room. "The circumstances from my point of view do not support self-administration of Propofol," Rogers said. According to Rogers, he determined the singer's death as homicide for Murray recklessly used powerful anesthetic Propofol. He also said it was possible that Murray gave Jackson an overdose, because he had no "precision dosing device".
Murray claimed that he only left the room for two minutes to visit toilet and when he came back he found the King of Pop dead. But the witness and phone records have shown that the doctor was at least 45 minutes on phone before he found the MJ's dead body.
In the interview, Murray also blamed about other doctors for the death of MJ. "I was not aware of any other medications that he was taking, but I heard that he was seeing a Dr. Klein three times a week in Beverly Hills," Murray said in the interview. "And he never disclosed that to me." Defense lawyer had contended that Dr. Klein gave Jackson Demerol, a narcotic pain reliever, which made the singer addicted. However, toxicology tests found no Demerol in Jackson's blood at the time of his death.
In court, a photo of MJ's naked corpse on the autopsy table was shown, which shocked the attendees.