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July 30th, 2009
08:32 AM ET
soundoff (4 Responses)
  1. Marilyn Kinney

    Is it possible that Dr. Murray fell asleep during the evening while administering the drug that supposedly killed Michael Jackson and when he woke up it was too late to do anything about it and he couldn't reverse the damage?

    July 31, 2009 at 2:41 am |
  2. Sabrina In Las Vegas

    Vegas is an evil town, it will such the wealth right out of you if you are a good person.

    This town runs on evil.

    Businesses seem to all be "get rich [at the expense of others] quick" schemes.

    I am so happy to be a resident of California again tomorrow.

    July 31, 2009 at 1:49 am |
  3. Jean James

    Anderson, I can't take it anymore today, hearing the drug "propofol" OVER AND OVER again spoken INCORRECTLY by Randi Kaye [spelling?] over the air, and on National television. And frankly I am SHOCKED that no one at CNN today picked up on it and IMMEDIATELY upon hearing her mispronounce "propofol", propofil, correct her. PLEASE correct her. The word is propofOL.

    –a veterinary nurse in Northern California [and yes, this is the anesthetic agent of choice in VETERINARIAN medicine, as well]
    ...Hey, another possible angle on the story of propofol you could cover...the use of propofol as an anesthetic agent to render ANIMALS unconscious AS WELL, when undergoing procedures in the veterinary hospital.

    Hearing this story is shaking up our world too, no doubt, as we use it everyday in OUR hospitals across the country. Even though it's not a controlled substance, I am sure it's now giving our veterinarians a bit of pause as to no longer allowing non-licensed nurses access to the drug.
    –a soon-to-be licensed nurse, whose thumbprints are already on file with the DEA.

    July 31, 2009 at 1:45 am |
  4. Michelle Johnson, Lomita, CA

    Mr. Toobin looks like he is trying hard to appear animated and interested in the Jackson case, but you can tell he's tired of talking about it. Of course no one would blame him for that. I think the new developments are still very interesting, but it most get tedious having to go on air and discuss it every night.

    July 30, 2009 at 1:43 pm |