The Conrad Murray manslaughter trial continued yesterday, with the defenses cross examination of Los Angeles County Coroner Ellisa Fleak. The defense asked Fleak whether or not she made any mistakes during her investigation, Fleak responded by saying no.
The defense then pointed out that, Elissa’s fingerprints were found on the syringe, indicating that she in fact made a mistake when handling this case. Additional testimony was given by toxicologist, Dan Anderson who stated that both propofol and lorazepam were found in Michael Jackson’s body, and contributed to his death. The trial resumes today, with continued testimony from toxicologist Dan Anderson.