LA Coroner: Jackson autopsy results will only be ready in 2 weeks

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July 17, 2009 03:47

 
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It will take longer than first expected to complete Michael Jackson's full autopsy report, the Los Angeles County coroner's office said on Thursday. The office previously expected to wrap up the report late this week or early next week, but Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter said that the report is now expected to be two weeks away. He declined to explain the reason for the delay. The toxicology report should include what drugs were in Jackson's system when he died on June 25, and whether they caused his death. That will be key in determining whether any criminal charges are brought.

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