Michael Jackson’s autopsy has been completed, but the L.A. County Coroner announced that more testing, in the form of toxicology and other tests, will be needed before an official cause of death can be determined. The final result will be ready in four to six weeks. He was able to say that there was no trauma to Michael’s body and “no indication of foul play” — but added that Jackson had been taking “some prescription medications.” The LAPD confirmed that Jackson’s personal physician, cardiac doctor Dr. Conrad Murray, gave Jackson an injection of the pain killer Demerol an hour before he died. Dr. Murray’s car has been impounded by police in the hope that it contains evidence. Please check out our Michael Jackson tribute by clicking here.