Pop star Michael Jackson was killed by a cocktail of prescription drugs, the Los Angeles California County Coroner has ruled. In an statement made yesterday, Jackson’s death was ruled a homicide and blamed on the "acute" presence of the anaesthetic Propofol and anti-anxiety drug Lorazepam in his system. Jackson had also taken Midazolam (Versed), Diazepam (Valium), Lidocaine (topical anaesthetic) and Ephedrine before his death on June 25th. The full autopsy report has not been released as of yet. The final coroner’s report, including the toxicology report, will remain on security hold, pending release by the Los Angeles Police Department, according TMZ.com. The Jackson family has, meanwhile, released a statement, praising the findings. It reads, "The Jackson family again wishes to commend the actions of the Coroner, the LAPD and other law enforcement agencies, and looks forward to the day that justice can be served."