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‘Killing Michael Jackson’ doc shows lifelike baby doll, baby photo shrine in star’s bedroom when he died

The room was described as Jackson’s home treatment room, though the detectives didn’t think it seemed appropriate for any type of medical treatment. There was an IV stand, saline bags, medications all over the room and a loose needle on the floor.

clip obtained by Daily Beast, saying, “There was a computer on the bed… there was… kind of, like, advertisements of pictures with babies. Everybody knew about the allegations that had been leveled against Mr. Jackson over the years. One of the things, when I saw the laptop on the bed… do I go into it? But you have to realize the type of case I was investigating.”  ” data-reactid=”60″>Det. Martinez detailed the scene, in a clip obtained by Daily Beast, saying, “There was a computer on the bed… there was… kind of, like, advertisements of pictures with babies. Everybody knew about the allegations that had been leveled against Mr. Jackson over the years. One of the things, when I saw the laptop on the bed… do I go into it? But you have to realize the type of case I was investigating.”  

The doll on Michael Jackson bed in a crime scene photo shown during Conrad Murray’s involuntary manslaughter trial in 2011. (Photo: Al Seib-Pool/Getty Images)

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Michael Jackson’s shrine of baby photos in the room. This image was shown during the lawsuit between Katherine Jackson and concert promoters AEG Live in 2013. (Photo: LAPD)

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Det. Myers said they stayed focused on their immediate crime investigation, saying, “It’s like with any case: You don’t allow whatever the victim was into prior to his death (to color it). Your investigation is focused on: How did he die? And, who was responsible for it?”

Post-It notes taped on mirrors and doors in the room with little phrases like, “Discipline with love. No violence ever.” Another said, “I am so grateful that I am a magnet for miracles.”” data-reactid=”103″>When Killing Michael Jackson was initially released in the U.K. last year, Martinez also spoke about Jackson’s bedroom being behind a locked door in the initial treatment room. When the detectives walked in, there was a fire roaring (in L.A. in the summer) and he described the room as “very, very hot.” There were also Post-It notes taped on mirrors and doors in the room with little phrases like, “Discipline with love. No violence ever.” Another said, “I am so grateful that I am a magnet for miracles.”

In an exclusive clip obtained by Yahoo Entertainment of the documentary, the trail of evidence that initially led the detectives to suspect Murray was detailed. During the search of Jackson’s home, detectives turned up a “treasure trove” of evidence from Murray’s doctor’s bag, as well as discarded needles and empty bottles of drugs that he had attempted to hide.

“We knew that sometime during this medical emergency, Dr. Murray had stopped either giving CPR or had waited to give CPR and cleaned up everything,” Martinez — who found the empty 100ml bottle of propofol in Jackson’s bedroom — explained. “If he would have had taken it with him… we would have lost that element of the hiding and trying to cover up.”

Detectives claimed that when they questioned Murray, he “freely admitted” he was using propofol to help Jackson sleep for months. Martinez noted, “In my head, I was thinking, ‘What the heck?’ To drug someone to sleep in the way that he did, even with his permission — I didn’t think it was legal.”

Jackson’s three children Prince Michael, Paris and Blanket are now 23, 22 and 18, respectively, and committed to protecting their father’s legacy. On what would have been the star’s 62nd birthday last month, Paris shared a PhotoShopped image of her likeness next to her dad’s, writing, “Happy birthday old man” with a heart.