It's been over a year since the death of Michael Jackson, but his family and his fans are still looking for answers. Authorities have been investigating the doctors who were prescribing drugs to MJ, who died after suffering cardiac arrest stemming from an overdose of propofol.
LAPD asked California State Attorney General Jerry Brown's Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement to investigate the prescription practices of seven of MJ's doctors and one nurse. One of those doctors was referred to California's state medical board for prescribing drugs to Jackson under an alias, but after much investigation, Brown's office has decided not to criminally charge any of these doctors.
Dr. Conrad Murray is not included in this seven. Earlier this year, Murray was criminally charged with involuntary manslaughter for acting "without due caution and circumspection."