Dr Christopher Rogers, who conducted the autopsy on Michael Jackson, told the court hearing the trail of Dr Conrad Murray that Jackson was "healthier than the average person his age."
Dr Rogers was of the view that it was unreasonable that Jackson could have given himself a fatal dose of
propofol. He went on to state that, in his view, Dr Murray
overdosed Jackson when he incorrectly estimated how much of the drug
he was giving him to induce sleep to fight insomnia.
The trial continues.