Here we go with a playground tussel between Nevada and California legal systems. A LAPD detective contacted the Nevada judge requesting the August search warrants for Applied Pharmacy remain sealed until January 18, 2010 citing it imperative to the investigation into Dr. Conrad Murray.
The judge in Nevada sees it differently and has agreed with the attorneys for AP, LA Times, TMZ and other news orgs that have filed suit, saying the public has a right to know. While anyone would agree, most would also agree NO if there is any chance this would jeopardize the investigation.
The record will be available some time Friday (November 20).
"Murray, through a spokeswoman, maintains he neither prescribed nor administered anything to Jackson that should have killed him."
UPDATE: Here is the link to the actual warrant and a quick background story from TMZ here.