MJ's Coroner -- Dr. Christopher Rogers Testifies
Updated 10/11/11 at 11:22 AM
Michael Jackson's autopsy doctor, Christopher Rogers, told the jury Dr. Murray is to blame for the singer's death.
Rogers said he did NOT believe MJ caused his own death with a self-administered dose of Propofol -- as the defense will argue.
According to the pathology report, the King of Pop was healthy for his age. MJ was 5-feet-9 and weighed 136 lbs. at the time of his death, which Rogers said, put him within the normal weight range, despite being a bit thin.
The singer's heart was healthy. The arteries around Mj's heart were free of any fat or cholesterol -- which Rogers said was unusual for people over 50.
Rogers told the court a combination of sedatives -- including Propofol -- eventually caused MJ's heart to stop.