The coroner's reports from Michael Jackson's autopsy also found evidence that he was on other drugs at the time he died, including lidocaine, lorazepam and diazepam. Is it possible Jackson's death was due to a reaction from these drugs or do you think propofol alone could have killed him?
There's quite a sufficient answer just with this drug alone. But as with any other intoxicant, when you've taken any other drug, they all add up—and propofol is no different.
The fact that there's no reversing agent, and the ability to pull someone out of it—which we call rescuing—requires considerable professional training.
This is not a sleeping aid. This is a general anesthetic drug. Everyone has been saying, "Michael Jackson wanted to be asleep." No one talked about relaxing drugs. With this drug in unskilled hands, this sleep was permanent. It induces general anesthesia, which is not like a night's sleep.