Please understand that I am at a disadvantage being in the media overflow courtroom. The exhibits shown in the courtroom on that ELMO are not showing up on the live feed to the room I'm in. The ELMO screen inside the courtroom that we see is all white. The Public Information Office (PIO) has told us there isn't anything that they can do about that at this time.
Yesterday, coroner criminalist Jaime Lintemoot (who I saw testify in Spector one and the retrial; she's a great witness btw) testified about the IV bag that was collected in Michael Jackson's bedroom on June 25th, attached to the IV pool. That IV tubing attached to that bag had a branch in it, where injection drugs via a syringe could be administered. The tubing from that Y branch did have evidence of propofol. She did not find propofol in the saline bag or the tubing above the Y branch.
Lintemoot did not test the IV bag found on June 29th by coroner investigator Fleak in the closet cabinet area, with the slit in and a bottle of 100 ml (? size) propofol inside (attached to the puncture area of the IV tubing). My guess is, we probably won't hear about that until trial.
Detective Orlando Martinez stated that in his interview with Dr. Murray on June 27th, Dr. Murray said:
DDA Q: How did he say he was assisting?
A: He would assist Mr. Jackson with 50 milligrams of propofol. An injection to get him to sleep and with an IV drip to keep him under.
I hope that clears up any confusion T&T readers might have.