The syringe that killed Michael Jackson estimated to fetch $5million

RIP MJ! One line I never wanted to hear, and it always makes me a bit sad. But we live in a world where everyone is an opportunist! The first anniversary of the performer’s death on the 25th of June, may witness the auction of the king of pop’s murder weapon. The syringe was used by Dr. Conrad Murray to administer a cocktail of drugs containing lethal levels of valium, lorazepam and propofol that killed the dancing singer. The syringe is touted to fetch up to $5 million in Las Vegas but may have to be sold in countries like such as Brazil or even Libya where there is no ‘reciprocal legal agreements with the United States’.

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