Documents obtained by the Associated Press reveal that Michael Jackson‘s logistics director, Alberto Alvarez, who made the 911 call on the day Jackson died, claims that while Jackson lay dying in his bedroom, Dr. Murray, who was performing CPR using only one hand, stopped so he could hand Alvarez drug vials to put in a plastic bag, and then had him put the plastic bag in a canvas bag. Alvarez was also asked to remove the IV that was attached to Jackson, which contained a milky liquid (the powerful sedative, Propofol) and put the IV in another bag. Alvarez told investigators that when he first entered the room, Jackson’s mouth and eyes were wide open. He also said Jackson’s two oldest children, Prince and Paris, came into the room and began crying but were quickly ushered away. Alvarez also told police Dr. Murray was running around the room hiding bottles of Propofol in a closet. Police later found the bottles in a a secret compartment of the closet. Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide.