The death of Michael Jackson has been ruled a homicide and not an accident.
Jackson died to the the effects of a lethal does of narcotics in his system that were provided to him by his private physician. Multiple prescriptions for the medication were in the names of Jackson employees, friends, and family members.
One officer, however, disagreed with the ruling.
Seargent Joe Thursday said: "Jackson wanted the drugs. Jackson requested the drugs. Jackson continually took the drugs of his own free will and choice. It was Jackson that abused the drugs, not his doctor, his employees, his family, or his friends.
"In my mind, this was actually a suicide, not a homicide."