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Trial of Dr. Conrad Murray set to start in January

A trial of Dr. Conrad Murray in connection with Michael Jackson's death.

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A Quick Tip by Butterfly1961

  • Nov 19, 2011
I have not heard from the MJ Community about your thoughts on the outcome of Murray's trial.  I watched parts of it here and there, got disgusted at the blank look on his face as if he had no idea why he was being tried, and then I was very happy the jury found him guilty. However, it seems his sentence will not be long enough for the damage he did.  Up to 4 years, and will probably only serve a few months.  What's your opinion on it?  I think he should get a longer sentence; not because it was Michael that died;  if ANYONE was victim to this Dr.'s dirty deeds and greed, he would deserve more than he got.  Yes, his Medical License got revoked, but I imagine he'll depend on one of his 5 girlfriends to help him out. Think about this; if you had a close family member that was hopelessly addicted and intervention did not help, (as with many cases it does not with an addict), and a trusted cardiologist went against the Hippocratic Oath and FED your loved one anesthesia that is meant to be used in an OR, along with other drugs simply because your loved one asked for it and promised him lots of money, how upset and angry would you be?  And to top it off, your loved one stops breathing and the doctor calls his office and girlfriend and spends an hour on the phone while your family member is in bed, dead.  Then the so-called Dr. claims he doesn't know CPR and didn't call 911 until it was too late?  You'd be madder than hell, I can promise you that.  Only a doctor who is greedy and self-absorbed would take these actions How about some opinions??  I would love to hear what you think. 
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November 19, 2011
Nice, Brenda...hey did oyu post this twice?
November 20, 2011
Oh for the love of God what did I do now?? I don't know how that happened, but I've been a real idiot the past couple days LOL -- thanks Will for letting me know!
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Here is a clip from MTV news on the latest news of the trial of Dr. Murray:      More than a year after Michael Jackson’s death, the pop icon’s former personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, was in court Monday (August 23) where a judge finally set a preliminary date of January 4, 2011, in the cardiologist’s involuntary-manslaughter trial. TMZ reported that Murray’s legal team won a request to get a fluid sample from Jackson as part of their defense strategy …
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Cardiologist Conrad Murray joined Jackson's camp in May 2009 as part of Jackson's agreement with AEG Live, the promoter of his London concerts. Murray first met Jackson in Las Vegas  when the doctor treated one of the singer’s children. AEG Live said the singer insisted the company hire Murray to accompany him to England.  Murray said through his attorney that he did not prescribe or administer Pethidine or Oxycodone to Jackson, but did not say what, if anything, he did prescribe or administer.  Los Angeles police said the doctor spoke to officers immediately after Jackson's death, and during an extensive interview two days later. They stressed that they found "no red flag" and did not suspect foul play.  On June 26, police towed away a car used by Murray, stating that it might contain medication or other evidence. The police released the car five days later.

Politician and minister Jesse Jackson, a friend of Michael Jackson's family, said that the family was concerned about Murray's role. "They have good reason to be [...] he left the scene." Over the next few weeks, law enforcement grew increasingly concerned about the doctor, and on July 22 detectives searched Murray's medical office and storage unit in Houston, removing items such as a computer and two hard drives, contact lists and a hospital suspension notice. On the 27th, an anonymous source reported that Murray had administered propofol within 24 ...
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