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Geller: 'I'm not surprised'

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Michael Jackson's friend Uri Geller has told the BBC that he is "not surprised" the pop star had lethal levels of the powerful anaesthetic propofol in his body when he died.

The singer died in June from a cardiac arrest at his home in Los Angeles. Police have interviewed his doctor, but he has not been named as a suspect.

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