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Conrad Murray Says Of Michael Jackson: "I Held His Penis Every Night"

Nov 25, 2013 10:45 AM

Conrad Murray just keeps digging a hole! The controversial doctor, who was released three weeks ago after being convicted of involuntary manslaughter in 2011 for the death of Michael Jackson, just did an interview with Australia's 60 Minutes -- and we gotta say things got uncomfortable.

When interviewer Liz Hayes asked the disgraced doc if he thought MJ was a pedophile, Murray paused for a good long while then said, "I am not prepared to answer that question not now. And I will tell you now that the reason why is because my interview is quite candid and honest and I will not make up or fabricate anything."

Then why agree to an interview if you aren't going to answer questions?!

Despite being convicted, Murray maintains his innocence, telling the program that King of Pop begged for his help that night.

"He said to me, 'If I don't go to rehearsal I'm going to lose everything' ... When I saw how desperate he was and I knew how much of a destitute he was, what he was facing if he did not do this, it all again, fell on my heart."

Aww -- what a good friend! With friends like that, who needs enemies?!

Murray said, "Michael Jackson accidentally killed Michael Jackson."

Murray seems to be talking a whole lot about his former patient. Over the weekend, he gave another interview with England's Daily Mail. When asked about their relationship, the doc said, "You want to know how close we were? I held his penis every night to fit a catheter because he was incontinent at night." Murray continued to reveal embarrassing details about the Thriller singer, saying, "He wore dark trousers all the time because after he went to the toilet he would drip for hours."

Murray couldn't stop saying odd things said about his relationship with the man he was convicted of helping to kill: "I love Michael. I love Michael Jackson, I love him, I was his closest friend. … You see, I was Michael's doctor, but I spent more time with him as a friend than taking care of him medically."

He continued, "I love Michael, I will mourn his loss forever. I am so sad that he's not here."

Yeah so are we!

Conrad Murray Is Released From Jail At Midnight After After Serving Two Out Of Four Years

Oct 28, 2013 08:31 AM


What's up, doc? Controversial doctor Conrad Murray is a free man yet again. However, due to his tarnished public image -- the good doc may want to stay in jail. According to L.A. County Sheriff's Department, Murray, who served two years of his four-year prison sentence, was released at 12:01 AM Monday.

Dr. Murray has been in jail since November 2011, after being convicted of manslaughter in the death of pop icon Michael Jackson.

Instead of making a walk out of jail in the public eye, Murray choose to sneak out to avoid photogs and a throng of angry heckler, displeased at the doc's release. Murray's release was kept secret from the public in order to avoid "safety" and "security," according to the sheriff's department.

Reportedly, Murray plans to try and get his medical license back in Nevada and block revocation in California.

Good luck with that one!

Conrad Murray To File An Appeal Based On Propofol Bottle Evidence

Jul 30, 2012 09:00 AM

111107114109230.jpg Conrad Murray is determined on proving his innocence!

The incarcerated doctor wants a key piece of evidence from the Michael Jackson trial retested to prove the King of Pop injected himself with the drugs that killed him, not Murray.

In a motion filed today by his lawyers, Murray has asked an appeals court to test the residue in an 100 milliliter bottle of propofol. Murray claims he was trying to wean the "Thriller" singer off the drug, so he was mixing it with lidocaine. Prosecution expert Dr. Steven Shafer's theory was that the doctor mixed the two drugs, hooked Jackson up to an IV drip, and left the room.

"However, if the residue is 100% propofol, it would absolutely refute Shafer's final contention that was used to prove an IV propofol infusion," the motion states.

Murray's defense team maintains that Jackson self-administered a fatal dose of propofol, in addition to swallowing eight lorazepam tablets while Murray wasn't watching.

The motion asks the appeals court to order the Los Angeles County Coroner to either test the residue or hand it over to a private lab for testing. Murray is currently serving a four year prison sentence for the involuntary manslaughter conviction.

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BREAKING NEWS - Conrad Murray Sentenced To Four Years Behind Bars

Nov 29, 2011 09:55 AM

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Conrad Murray has been sentenced to four years behind bars for his involvement in Michael Jackson's death, which is the maximum penalty for involuntary manslaughter.

In an interesting twist, the court does not have the legal authority to send Murray to state prison due to a loophole in state legislation, so Murray will begin serving his time in LA County Jail. However, due to overcrowding, it is being reported that Murray may only serve 2 years, and he may have the option of serving his sentence while under house arrest.

Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor announced the decision and told the court, "Michael Jackson died because of a totality of circumstances which are directly attributable to Dr Murray ... which violated his obligations to his patient. Those violations overcome the aspects of Dr. Murray's treatment of other patients and the good deeds he may have done before that." Judge Pastor noted that while Murray was eligible for probation, he "unquestionably violated the trust and confidence of his patient," and his lack of remorse and recklessness showed that he was essentially unworthy of receiving probation.

Murray told detectives he had been giving the late singer nightly doses of propofol to help him sleep, even though the drug is only supposed to be used in hospital settings and has never been approved as a sleep aid. Jackson passed away on June 25, 2009, and the cause of death was determined to be acute propofol intoxication. The Los Angeles County Coroner ruled Jackson's death a homicide, and on November 7, Murray was convicted of involuntary manslaughter.

Murray did not speak during his sentencing today, but his attorney Ed Chernoff stated that he had chatted with Murray yesterday about his fate. Chernoff acknowledged that Murray was out of line, but he seemed to suggest that it was the King of Pop's fault, telling the court, "Michael Jackson was a drug seeker, and he sought it out from Conrad Murray, who was wrong in providing it."

Though he declined to testify during his trial, Murray stated in a recent documentary, "I don't feel guilty because I did not do anything wrong," and he also blamed Jackson for entrapping him into administering the medicine. Prosecutors have cited Murray's statements of "deception" to advocate for him receiving the maximum sentence, adding, "The defendant was playing Russian roulette with Michael Jackson's life every night."

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Report: Conrad Murray Having Suicidal Thoughts

Nov 15, 2011 01:15 PM

bigthumb.murray102111_00_X17230WM.jpgConrad Murray, who has been in the medical ward at L.A. County Jail for a little more than a week, is telling visitors "he no longer has the will to live," according to TMZ.

Dr. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

A source tells the site that Murray "has no physical ailments and he is there because he's on suicide watch."

The report claims Murray has also mentioned killing himself to his bodyguard, his lawyers and the mother of his baby, Nicole Alvarez.

Ed Chernoff, Dr. Murray's attorney, has not returned our request for comment.

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Conrad Murray Calls Michael Jackson 'Deceptive' In Interview GIven Just Days Before Guilty Verdict

Nov 11, 2011 10:20 AM

230DrMurray032911Part2_01_X17.jpgIn an interview for upcoming MSNBC documentary, "Michael Jackson and the Doctor: A Fatal Friendship," Dr. Conrad Murray gave a revealing tell-all interview, just days before he was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

The doctor, who is currently incarcerated in the Twin Towers Correction Facility in LA pending his Nov. 29 hearing, seems to have no remorse for the King of Pop's untimely death.

Murray revealed on his relationship with Jackson:

    "I only wish that maybe in our dealings with each other, he was more forthcoming and honest to tell me things about himself. Certainly, he was deceptive by not sharing with me his whole medical history, doctors he was seeing, treatment that he might have been receiving."

Murray also denies any knowledge of Jackson having an addiction problem, despite the fact that he called MJ "a desperate man" who begged the doctor for more propofol, to help him sleep.

    "He asked me, 'Please, please, Dr. Conrad ... I need some milk so that I can sleep. If I don't get any sleep today, I cannot perform, I cannot do anything. He was pleading and begging me to please, please let him have some 'milk,' because that was the only thing that would work."

Meanwhile, the Jackson family is not happy with Murray's "one sided" interview and has requested MSNBC pull the special from airing.

MJ's sis LaToya wrote in a scathing letter to network president Phil Griffin "It is morally reprehensible to cloak a murderer and convicted felon with celebrity status, and it's disgusting to permit this criminal to profit from homicidal acts that left my family without a brother, my niece and nephews without a father, my parents without a son."

The documentary is scheduled to premiere tonight on MSNBC.

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Conrad Murray Placed On Suicide Watch At Jail

Nov 8, 2011 10:45 AM

conrad-murray-suicide-watch.jpgAfter a jury found him guilty of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson's death, Conrad Murray was placed on suicide watch at the Los Angeles County Jail on Monday, according to the LA Times.

Murray was cuffed and taken into custody immediately after the verdict was read, and he will remain behind bars until his November 29 sentencing. Despite pleas from his attorney Ed Chernoff, LA County Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor ordered that he be locked up. "This is a crime where the end result was the death of a human being. That factor demands rather dramatically that the public should be protected," Pastor said.

Murray faces a maximum sentence of four years in prison.

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Celebrities React To Conrad Murray Verdict

Nov 7, 2011 02:30 PM


Celebs are reacting via Twitter to the guilty verdict in Dr. Conrad Murray's trial. Murray was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson.

  • La Toya Jackson: "VICTORY!!!!!! ... Michael I love you and I will continue to fight until ALL are brought to justice! ... Thank you EVERYONE for your love and support! It will ALWAYS be appreciated!"

  • Nick Cannon: "GUILTY! Justice for Michael Jackson. The jury has spoken. What do you think?"
  • Ryan Seacrest: "You could hear one shriek in the courtroom as the verdict was read. Not sure if it was for prosecution or defense, couldn't tell"
  • Piers Morgan: "Whichever way you viewed the evidence, #ConradMurray 's behaviour was clearly unethical for a doctor. Right verdict. ... #ConradMurray didn't deliberately kill #MichaelJackson, but his negligent actions allowed the death to occur."
  • Jill Zarin: "Just heard conrad murray found guilty. Finally justice is served. Now lets see the sentencing. WHat do you think he should get?"
  • Holly Robinson Peete: "Do you think this GUILTY #conradmurray verdict will bring closure? I hope Michael Jackson's soul can just get a rest..."

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