Michael Jackson

The Los Angeles California police investigating the death of pop star Michael Jackson, are searching for lost surveillance footage taken from his Hollywood home that could solve the mystery surrounding the last moments of his life.Michael suffered a cardiac arrest in one of the bedrooms in his Holmby Hills home on June 25th, and was found unconscious by members of his staff, including personal medic Dr. Conrad Murray. Authorities seized vials of prescription drugs from Jackson’s mansion right after his death as they searched for clues as to the cause of his his passing. But detectives are reportedly missing the CCTV footage from the morning, which they hope will prove to be a big piece of evidence in figuring out the timeline of events that led up to Michaels death. A source tells the National Enquirer, "It was a very sophisticated and high-tech surveillance and security system. Not only were there cameras outside the house, but there were cameras inside as well, in private locations."Insiders close to the investigation say Michael’s death - possibly his murder - was captured on camera, but the video has not been recovered. There are also gaps in some security camera footage stored on computer hard drives. Police are combing through personal computers recovered from the house."