2009年6月25日15時38分に、ロサンゼルス市警 (LAPD) の W. ポーシュ刑事は、この事件をロサンゼルス郡検死局に事故死または自然死として報告しました。 F. コラル警部は、この死亡調査を16時15分に私に割り当てました。 17時20分、私は、アシスタントチーフ E. ウィンターと法医補佐のA. ペレスと共に、UCLA 医療センターに到着した。 病院での身体検査が終わると、遺体はロサンゼルス保安航空局によって法医学センター（FSC）に移送されました。法医補佐ペレスは、輸送中の遺体に付き添いました。
アシスタント チーフ E. ウィンターと私は病院を出て、故人の自宅に向かいました。19時10分、私たちは住居に到着し、現場調査を行いました。20時20分に現場を出発し、FSCに戻りました。
On 6/25/09 at 1538 hours, Detective W. Porche from the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) reported this case as an accidental vs. natural death to the Los Angeles County Department of Coroner. Lieutenant F. Corral assigned this death investigation to me at 1615 hours. I arrived at UCLA Medical Center at 1720 hours, along with Assistant Chief E. Winter and Forensic Attendant A. Perez. Upon my completion of the body examination at the hospital, the decedent was transported by the Los Angeles Sheriffs Department-Air Bureau to the Coroner’s Forensic Science Center (FSC). Forensic Attendant Perez escorted the decedent’s body during transport.
Assistant Chief E. Winter and I left the hospital and went to the decedent’s residence. We arrived at the residence at 1910 hours and I performed as scene investigation， We departed the scene 2020 hours and returned to the FSC.
The following information is preliminary and subject to change pending further investigation by the appropriate law enforcement agency. I spoke with Detective S. Smith from the LAPD and he reported that on the early morning of 6/25/09 at approximately 0100 hours, the decedent placed a call to his primary physician, cardiologist, Dr. Conrad Murray. The decedent complained of being dehydrated and not being able to sleep， Dr. Murray went to the decedent’s residence and administered medical care， The details and extent of this medical care are currently unknown; though the decedent slept for several hours and Dr. Murray was at the bedside. Around 1200 hours, Dr. Murray found that the decedent was not breathing and he pulled the decedent onto the bedroom floor and began CPR. 911 was called and paramedics responded to the house.
According to the medical record (listed above)，the paramedics arrived at the home at 1226 hours and found the decedent asystolic. Paramedics continued CPR and ACLS protocol including two rounds of epinephrine and atropine. The decedent was then intubated and CPR effort continued. The decedent remained unresponsive; his pupils were fixed and dilated. Under advisement of Dr. Murray, the decedent was placed in the ambulance and transported to UCLA Medical Center, Throughout the transport, all medical orders were given by Dr. Murray.
The decedent presented asystolic to the hospital. Central lines and an intra-aortic balloon pump were placed but the decedent remained without vital signs. Dr. Cooper pronounced death at 1426 hours on 6/25/09
According to Detective S. Smith, the decedent had been undergoing daily strenuous exercise in preparation for an upcoming planned music tour, in which it would have been necessary for the decedent to be in strong physical condition. The decedent did not have a history of heart problems. He was taking several prescription medications including clonazepam, trazodone, diazepam, lorazepam and Flomax but it is unknown if he was compliant.
The following information is preliminary and subject to change pending further investigation by the appropriate law enforcement agency. I spoke with Detective S. Smith from the LAPD and he reported that on the early morning of 6/25/09 at approximately 0100 hours, the decedent placed a call to his primary physician, cardiologist, Dr. Conrad Murray.
The decedent presented asystolic to the hospital. Central lines and an intra-aortic balloon pump were placed but the decedent remained without vital signs. Dr. Cooper pronounced death at 1426 hours on 6125/09.
The decedent’s residence is a two-story mansion located in Bel-Air on a quiet residential street The home is clean and well-groomed. I observed the bedroom on the second floor of the home, to the right of the top of the staircase. Reportedly, this is the bedroom where the decedent had been resting and entered cardiac arrest. His usual bedroom was down the hall.
The bedroom to the right of the staircase contained a queen size bed, numerous tables and chairs, a dresser and a television. There was also a large attached walk-in-closet. The bedding was disheveled and appeared as though someone had been lying on the left side 01 the bed. There was a blue plastic pad lined with cotton on the left side of the fitted sheet near the center of the bed. Near the left foot of the bed, there was a string of wooden beads and a tube of toothpaste. Miscellaneous items remained on the right side of the bed Including a book, laptop computer and eyeglasses. Also near the foot of the bed, there was a closed bottle of urine atop a chair.
Next to the left side of the bed, there were two tables and at an colored sofa chair. Reportedly, the decedent’s doctor sat here. A green oxygen tank was also on this side of the bed. The decedent’s prescription medication bottles were seen on the tables with various medical supplies including a box of catheters, disposable needles and alcohol pads. Several empty orange juice bottles, a telephone and lamp were on the tables as well. An ambu-bag and latex gloves lay on the floor next to the bed.
I performed an external body examination at the hospital on 6/25/09. The decedent was wearing a hospital gown. The body is that of an adult Black male who appears to be approximately 50-years-old. He has brown colored eyes, natural teeth and brown hair. The decedent’s head hair is sparse and is connected to a wig. The decedent’s overall skin has patches of light and dark pigmented areas.
The ambient temperature in the hospital room was 68 degrees F at 1815 hours. At 1811 hours, rigor mortis was not present throughout the body and lividity blanched with light pressure. Lividity was consistent with a supine position.
There was a dark black discoloratlon on the decedent’s upper forehead near his hair line. Dark coloration was present on the deceden’tse yebrows, e yelashes and lips. As mall piece of gauze was found on the tip of his nose and an ETT, he ld in place with medical tape, was seen in his mouth. A red discoloration is prominent on the center of his chests.
Gauze covering a puncture wound was taped to his right neck and IV catheters were present in his left neck and bilaterally in the inguinal area. There was also an external urine catheter present. Additional puncture wounds were seen on his right shoulder, both arms and both ankles There is a bruise on his left Inner leg, below his knee and 4 discolored indentations were found on his lower backside.