Conrad Murray Is Found Guilty Of Michael Jackson’s Death

Conrad Murray & His Defense Team. File Photo: AP

Conrad Murray & His Defense Team. Photo: AP

The jury reached a verdict in the Conrad Murray Michael Jackson trial and it was tense to say the least as Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

The verdict was reached earlier in the morning and read after 1 p.m.  Conrad Murray looked scared as anyone would have been.

Mrs. Benson, the court clerk read the guilty verdict.

Conrad Murray will be sentenced November 29th.

Murray was remanded on the spot without bail and will appear in court on November 29th, 2011.

What do you think of the verdict?-DocFB

Diagnosis:  Justice for MJ….?



  • Johnny
    Posted at 05:59h, 08 November

    Dr Murray was extremely unprofessional as a doctor and in the way he handled the situation. Instead of monitoring the patient, who he overdosed, he was on the phone with a hooker already planning to spend the money he got for his unprofessional behaviour and misconduct as a doctor.

    He should never come anywhere near a patient in the future.

    And if MJ was not who he was, nobody would even investigate this mans misconduct.

  • smilingjoe
    Posted at 05:39h, 08 November

    just out of curiosity how many MJ fans except that he was a drug addict? how many except the fact that whilst there was no evidence that MJ being a paedophile? how may of yous think it is ok to sleep naked with young children and feed them alchohol and call it jesus juice? how many of you people in the states actually see a man who messed his own life up and continues to do so? dr. murray was along with alot of people a greedy man who did anything for money but to do things for money you have to have someone to pay you money, again MJ paid dr.murray for his services as does any junkie pays his dealer. there are no innocents in this trial, not MJ not Murray not glad ALL have had their comeuppances now lets just leave it at that.

  • Erica
    Posted at 20:52h, 07 November

    You’re right @ Tony K., Murray wasn’t the only one who enabled the negative situation. I told people 2 years ago, it was him, PLUS other enablers involved. La Toya said the same thing, and I totally believed her too, she knew was she was talking about. They got the administerer of the drug (Murray), now they need to work on tracking down the people who SHIPPED the drugs to MJ’s place of residence. As far as the requestor (which was MJ himself), he’s no longer here. And that is very unfortunate.

  • Erica
    Posted at 20:49h, 07 November

    Propofol is a drug administered PROFESSIONALLY at the hospitals ONLY. It should not have been in MJ’s home, as it had no place there. Conrad should have told MJ NO, it was THAT simple. But he couldn’t, because he was the King of Pop. And I guess when you’re the King of Pop, you are seen as Jesus (which he was NOT). Murray acted like he couldn’t even call 911 ( it was just a phone call away!) … instead, Murray enabled MJ’s addiction. There were too many RED FLAGS here to begin with, with the access to propofol being one of them.

  • Renee R.
    Posted at 20:14h, 07 November

    Propofol is not a sleeping aid

  • Jamey H.
    Posted at 20:13h, 07 November

    These jurors had some common sense!!! I wish I could say the same about Casey Anthonys jury 🙁

  • Tony K.
    Posted at 18:16h, 07 November

    And far too many money grabbing leeches around him. I think Murray is not solely to blame!

  • Tony K.
    Posted at 18:06h, 07 November

    America needed a scapegoat!

  • Angelina S.
    Posted at 17:58h, 07 November

    It’s right! Just on the news here in the UK, they said though that he will only be sentenced a maximum of four years in prison, nothing really considering a loss of life has occurred for which he has been found guilty of being directly responsible

  • Tony K.
    Posted at 17:47h, 07 November

    Don’t agree with last comment at all but think us media needed a scapegoat and it’s wrong!

  • Tony K.
    Posted at 17:47h, 07 November


  • Dwight N.
    Posted at 17:38h, 07 November

    guilty of killing a child molester. He should be thanked

  • Dwight N.
    Posted at 17:36h, 07 November

    He “killed” a child molester. He should be getting a medal of honor instead of time.

  • Daniel
    Posted at 17:31h, 07 November

    If MJ wasn’t a VIP, it would’nt have gone to court, how many people die every year by mistakes/drugs given by doctors, he won’t be in jail for long and when he does get out he will make millions if he releases a book…
    I watched this case with interest and felt he was innocent…….

  • Terri W.
    Posted at 17:15h, 07 November

    woot! yes. yes. yes. yes.

  • Jackito
    Posted at 17:15h, 07 November

    I don’t know if this is justice for MJ, what I know is that MJ is not with us anymore and that’s what I feel and what I miss.

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