Michael Jackson's personal physician is reportedly adamant that he did nothing wrong on the night of the singer’s death from a prescription drug overdose, and he will not plead guilty to a lesser charge, according to US website TMZ.Murray has already pleaded not guilty to the charge of involuntary manslaughter, and a source told the website he is “completely confident” the same result will be reached at trial. TMZ has previously reported that Murray’s defense will rest on the theory that...Read Full Story
Michael Jackson, who died of drug intoxication last June, was last seen alive by his personal physician Dr. Conrad Murray. Murray faces questioning today since Michael's death was ruled to be a homicide by drug overdose last week.After much haggling between prosecutors, defense lawyers and law enforcement officials over whether the physician should be arrested or not, it appears the doctor will now hand himself in to authorities. According to reports, he will face a judge at 1:30 pm, where a...Read Full Story
DON'T MISS Michael Jackson 'Self-Harmed' to Get More Painkillers Michael Jackson's Medical Examination Record Gone Missing Officers investigating Michael Jackson’s death are planning to arrest Dr. Conrad Robert Murray over claims he gave the singer prescription drugs, including administering an injection of powerful anesthetic Propofol, which is alleged to have killed him on June 25.Investigators had hoped to take the physician into custody as early as next week, but they're now planning...Read Full Story
TMZ, the gossip site that broke the story of Michael Jackson's death, is now reporting that the LAPD is treating the incident as a homicide and list Dr. Conrad Murray as the prime suspect. Dr. Murry is suspected of administering the lethal dose of the drug Propofol to Jackson, as vials of the drug were collected at Jackson's residence the day he died.TMZ: Law enforcement sources say there is already "plenty of powerful evidence" linking Dr. Murray as the person who administered the drug to...Read Full Story
Getty Images DON'T MISS Family Attorney: Jackson Was Surrounded by Enablers Michael Jackson: A Lifetime in Pictures World Mourns Michael Jackson, Hails 'Heir to Elvis' In the wake of Michael Jackson's death, more details are emerging about the singer's dangerous drug and alcohol use and his family's attempts to stop him. According to People, the Jacksons even staged an intervention as early as 2006 to help Michael overcome his dependencies. At the time, a family insider told the magazine...Read Full Story
Dr. Conrad Robert Murray is a cardiologist who was living with Michael Jackson at the time of his death.