Michael Jackson’s death was ‘inevitable’ and SEVERAL people are to blame, detective says

Michael Jackson’s tragic death was “inevitable” and there are multiple culprits for his drug-related cardiac arrest, a detective revealed in a bombshell interview.

The beloved King of Pop died at his home in Los Angeles in June 2009 and his personal physician at the time, Dr. Conrad Murray was jailed for involuntary manslaughter.

But those close to the case now say there are others who should be found guilty for allowing Jackson to reach the level of drug addiction he was at when he died.

In a tearful new interview, the convicted doctor revealed his experience in prison was “harrowing” after being decimated by grief and pain following Michael’s death and his own trial.

dr Holding back his feelings, Murray told the documentary “I’ll Always Love Michael,” although he believes it “wasn’t right” that he personally took so much blame for the legend’s death.

The 69-year-old heart surgeon, who was released from prison in 2013 after serving half of his four-year sentence for involuntary manslaughter, began working for Jackson in 2006.

He had administered various medications to Jackson to help him sleep on the night of his death at his rented home in Holmy Hills, Los Angeles.

The King of Pop Michael Jackson died in 2009 from a propofol overdose that caused him to go into cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home

The King of Pop Michael Jackson died in 2009 from a propofol overdose that caused him to go into cardiac arrest at his Los Angeles home

Murray claims he met Jackson just days before his death on March 25

Murray claims he met Jackson just days before his death on March 25

dr Conrad Murray has spoken openly about his experience of being blamed for Michael Jackson's death. Through tears, he said he will always love Jackson, despite the injuries and anguish he has endured since his death in 2009

dr Conrad Murray has spoken openly about his experience of being blamed for Michael Jackson’s death. Through tears, he said he will always love Jackson, despite the injuries and anguish he has endured since his death in 2009

Los Angeles Police Department detective Orlando Martinez (pictured) admitted it was

Los Angeles Police Department detective Orlando Martinez (pictured) admitted it was “amazing” that Michael Jackson didn’t die sooner due to his acute, prolonged use of anesthetics like propofol

But now Los Angeles Police Department detective Orlando Martinez admitted it was “amazing” that Michael Jackson didn’t die sooner due to his acute, prolonged use of anesthetics like propofol.

He told TMZ’s investigation, Who Really Killed Michael Jackson, “I truly believe this death was inevitable.

“Michael would get what he wanted. And if you said no, he would find someone who would do it for him.

“There are a lot of people to blame who never had an accounting for his death.”

Michael Jackson went to several different doctors who prescribed him medications, so he often accumulated large amounts rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained.

And in the documentary, he admits that he doesn’t think it’s right that Dr. Murray was blamed for the pop star’s death – but proving others were at fault during the trial was incredibly difficult.

He said it was difficult to even get other experts within the medical profession to help the case because they didn’t want to get involved.

dr Murray was charged with involuntary manslaughter in February 2011 and was slapped with the maximum sentence of four years in prison after his trial.

Murray (pictured) was sentenced to four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter

Murray (pictured) was sentenced to four years in prison for involuntary manslaughter

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez said at the time during the case of Dr. Conrad Murray out

Los Angeles Police Department Detective Orlando Martinez said at the time during the case of Dr. Conrad Murray out

Michael Jackson went to multiple doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often accumulated large amounts rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained

Michael Jackson went to multiple doctors who prescribed him medication, so he often accumulated large amounts rather than normal doses, the LAPD detective explained

Michael Jackson began his meteoric singing career in the Jackson 5 - the pop band that consisted of himself and his four siblings

Michael Jackson began his meteoric singing career in the Jackson 5 – the pop band that consisted of himself and his four siblings

Michael Jackson's death shook fans around the world on June 25, 2009

Michael Jackson’s death shook fans around the world on June 25, 2009

dr Conrad Murray (second from right, wearing a gray suit) with his team of attorneys and defense attorneys after being charged with involuntary manslaughter at the Los Angeles Airport District Courthouse on February 8, 2010

dr Conrad Murray (second from right, wearing a gray suit) with his team of attorneys and defense attorneys after being charged with involuntary manslaughter at the Los Angeles Airport Circuit Courthouse on February 8, 2010

After serving time in prison for involuntary manslaughter, Dr. Murray now reveals that he believes the other doctors who have medicated Michael over the years are complicit in his death.

He also claimed he was “manipulated” by the star – who never told him he had a drug addiction when he became his doctor.

It wasn’t until he arrived in LA to help him set up his This Is It comeback tour that he discovered Michael had a personal stash of drugs.

The doctor previously said Jackson’s 5’11-inch frame was wasted at just over nine stone, he suffers from chills, insomnia and mood swings, and relies on the prescription drug propofol to help him sleep.

Murray claims he met Jackson just days before his death on March 25.

TMZ Investigates: Who Really Killed Michael Jackson airs Tuesday, September 6 at 8 p.m. ET on FOX.

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