No MJ fingerprints found on drug vials recovered from his bedroom

Washington: Michael Jackson’s fingerprints were not found on syringes, drug vials or other medical evidence taken from his mansion after his death in a lab test, a court heard during the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.

Lawyers for Murray have been arguing that the singer gave himself a fatal dose of powerful anesthetic propofol on June 25, 2009.

But, according to the Los Angeles Times, technicians identified only a single fingerprint, matching the physician’s index finger, on a vial of the anesthetic found at Jackson’s bedside, Fox news reported.

The court heard Thursday that unidentified fingerprints, not matching those of Murray, Jackson, the singer’s security guards, his personal chef or crime-scene investigators, were also found on another bottle of propofol and two intravenous bags.