For the record, I know of 3 uses for Mother's Milk. None of them include use of propofol (Diprivan) as a sleeping agent. This drug is used solely for well monitored conscious sedation in an ER, a longer term (but still limited) use in an ICU for sedation WHILE ON LIFE SUPPORT, and in an OR as part of sedation during surgery.
The drug's effects are short lived which makes it an ideal medication for each of those scenarios and would make it a poor choice for getting a good night's sleep.
Was the lure of $150,000 a month working for MJ enough to make someone throw away his career or even life? What doctor in his right mind would administer a drug under such risky circumstances? It may have been what his client wanted, but a jury of this doctor's peers are not going to think he acted reasonably. He's done.
Greed. It'll bite you in the arse every time.