Anesthetic found in Jackson home along with skin-whitening creams
Unsealed search warrants in the Michael Jackson case reveal large quantities of general anesthetic and dozens of tubes of skin-whitening creams were among items found in the singer’s home after his death. AP reports that nearly 11 vials of sedatives and 30 tubes of skin-whitening creams were all found on the property.
Since Jackson’s death June 25 has been officially ruled a homicide his doctor Conrad Murray has come under heavy charges. Including allegations by Micheal’s personal assistant that when at the hospital he asked to return to Micheal’s house to gather material he believed could be used as evidence in a case against him.