Michael Jackson 'Couldn't Kill Himself With Propofol'
Expert has slammed claims MJ injected the drug on his own...
Michael Jackson could not have self-administered a lethal dose of the anaesthetic Propofol, because he was too heavily sedated.
Medical expert Dr. Steven Shafer, who was the prosecutions last witness at Conrad Murray's involuntary manslaughter trial yesterday, slammed the idea that MJ injected himself with the drug, branding the argument "crazy."
Speaking of the defence teams accusations, he told the jury: "The possibility of a direct self-injection seems extremely unlikely."
Shafer also suggested that Murray may have given Jackson larger doses of Propofol than he told the police, telling the court: "This fits all of the data in this case and I am not aware of a single piece of data that is inconsistent with this explanation,"
He added the King of Pop was more than likely on an IV drip containing the drug when he stopped breathing.
A day earlier, Shafer claimed that Murray was 'responsible' for the Thriller singer's death on 25th June 2009, stating the physician was "clueless" when giving Jackson the drug as a sleep aid.
Addressing the jury, he admitted: "We are in pharmacological never-never land here, something that was done to Michael Jackson and no one else in history to my knowledge."
Shafer is the last person to testify for the prosecution, with Murray's defence team due to fight his case later today.
If found guilty, Murray faces up to four years in jail and will lose his medical licence.