Doctor Conrad Murray Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter of King of Pop Michael Jackson – February 8, 2010 by Markus Noé

Cornwall Ontario – At 4pm this afternoon Dr. Conrad Murray arrived at an L.A county courthouse to turn himself in on charges related to Michael Jackson’s death. It is expected that Murray will be charged with involuntary manslaughter, this comes seven months after the death of M.J.

Since the King of Pop’s untimely death last year, fans from around the world have been scrambling to buy all of his records and memorabilia they can find. Between the “this is it” campaign and sales from previous records, Jackson’s estate might be able to get back into the black.

Murray, Jackson’s personal physician who was in charge of keeping him healthy throughout his last tour, has been a person of suspect from day one. The publics concern with Murray’s involvement with Jackson’s death increased when the pop stars toxicology report was released. It stated that Jackson died of a cardiac arrest due to an overdose of Propofol.

Propofol is an anesthetic that is administered through an I.V drip. Murray could have a lot of explaining to do, as this is a drug used for patients suffering from severe illnesses and not to be used as way to fight sleep deprivation.

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One Response to "Doctor Conrad Murray Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter of King of Pop Michael Jackson – February 8, 2010 by Markus Noé"

  1. Investigator   February 9, 2010 at 2:17 PM

    FYI, Involuntary Manslaughter is not even a felony in the U.S., it’s a misdemeanor. The good doctor will probably have no criminal record even if he is found guilty.

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