Photos of Michael Jackson's Bedroom Presented as Evidence

Photos of Michael Jackson's Bedroom Presented as Evidence

It's a never before seen photo of Michael Jackson's deathbed. Next to him was a CD player and a bizarre lifelike doll with curly blonde hair.

A photo of Jackson's bedroom shows a used syringe and an IV stand next to the bed. Pictures of children appear in the background of the photo. Another photo also shows Jackson's black bomber jacket and black pants tossed on the floor of his bathroom.

The photos were part of a trove of evidence presented Thursday at the manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray.

Coroner investigator Elissa Fleak testified about all the evidence she collected after Jackson's death. Included were documents Dr. Murray filled out using Jackson's alias, Omar Arnold.

In a dramatic moment, all the medicine bottles found in Jackson's bedroom were displayed in two rows for the jury to see. Lined up on the table were Propofol, Lidocaine, Lorazepam and other drugs.

HLN's Jane Velez-Mitchell told INSIDE EDITION, "The prosecutor lining up prescription bottle after prescription bottle to the point that there was no space, that sends a message to the jury that Dr. Conrad Murray had to know that Michael Jackson was somebody with a drug dependancy.

We're also learning more about that shocking photo of Michael Jackson dead on a hospital gurney. Investigator Fleak says she took the photo and Jackson's body was the first thing she saw when she went into his hospital room moments after ER doctors declared him dead.

Criminal defense attorney Alison Triessl told INSIDE EDITION, "Anytime you show a jury a picture of a dead body, it's shocking. But this is Michael Jackson who's dead lying there on a gurney. I mean, whoa!"