The LAPD has announced that they will not decide whether to prosecute Dr. Conrad Murray — the physician who treated Michael Jackson prior to his June 25 death — until 2010, according to (“It is not going to be made this year,” LAPD Commander Patrick Gannon told the magazine. “We have taken our time with this to make sure it’s done correctly.”) Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide back in August after a coroner found lethal levels of propofol in his system. Murray has admitted to giving the singer the toxic anesthetic to help him sleep.