Michael Jackson's Death Ruled a Homicide

Documents point to drug overdose

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Michael Jackson died of a fatal drug overdose including the anesthetic Propofol, according to court documents unsealed on Monday. Jackson's death will now reportedly be treated as a homicide. To shed light on the latest news, we speak with Allison Samuels, national correspondent for Newsweek magazine; she has been following the Jackson case since his death two months ago.


Allison Samuels

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