. >> to doctor marty mccarry joining us from johns hopkins. doctor mccarry, physically speaking, i don't know the psyche of michael jackson. would that have been possible to commit suicide in that manner? >> it would have been a single large dose of prof fpofol. the second you turn it off is the second you wake up. >> back to terry, joining us from l.a. what did they seize, ted, regarding the computer? >> they went in and copied a hard drive of one of the computers inside the clinic and took 21 separate documents aside from that. on the hard drive, you can imagine there could be thousands of documents and the history they were looking for dating back to who knows what. the computer hard drive is most likely the key bit of evidence here. >> to nakita moody musical editor, what do you make of it? >> i think people have been focusing on conrad murray for a long time. they are going to look at him. he was the only person in the room. i think there's so much speculation and so much intense interest, the police have to do whatever they can to really
marty mccarrie, physician and professor of public health, johns hopkins. doctor, honor to have you. i've got in my hand death certificate out of the city, county of l.a. it says "deferred." and it says "temporary" regarding type of disposition. when are we going to know? >> well, we know that the heart stopped. we don't know why. they've sent toxicology tests. they should take a few more weeks to come back. what people are really looking for is high doses of this diprivan or this magical drug we call propophyl or milk of amnesia. it's very dangerous. and only certain doctors can even give it. >> isn't it used in surgery to knock you out and you wake up, and you feel almost refreshed? >> it's essentially only used for general anesthesia. it's not even carried in pharmacies. and the only place you can find it, really, is in a secure supply room inside a hospital. >> that's what i was wondering. he had multiple vials of this around his home. and out to you, detective lieutenant steven rogers. nutley, new jersey, police department and former fed with the fbi. detective, multiple vials.
marty mccarry, physician and professor of public health at johns hopkins. dr. mccarry, thank you for being with us. >> sure. >> look, i know it's going to be tough for you to turn on your own, but when are doctors responsible? these pharmacists, yeah, maybe they're kind of responsible. but they're following orders. they are following orders of a prescription written by a doctor. >> i've got to be honest with you, nancy. we as a profession admittedly acknowledge we don't do a great job of policing ourselves. when you put a doctor in a position where his patient is also his employer, that idea of a private celebrity doctor, oftentimes there's a conflict of interest and they get rotten care. >> so what's to become of -- i mean, what's going to happen? we're going to have somebody like you speaking out against this practice on air, but what is to become of these doctors that allegedly wrote all of these prescriptions to michael jackson under false names? >> my guess is that the california state medical board is going to revoke all of their licenses and there may be
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